Oral Chelation Therapy with EDTA
Detoxamin EDTA Chelation Therapy Suppositories are a new patented method of Ca-EDTA chelation therapy medically equivalent to I.V. chelation therapy. The difference is that Detoxamin introduces a smaller dosage of Calcium Disodium EDTA on a nightly basis.
By applying the highly efficacious Detoxamin suppository containing EDTA, you remove toxic metal from cells all over the body. The self-administration is performed rectally before retiring so that as you sleep you are taking chelation therapy with EDTA. There's no need for intravenous infusions or quantities of nutritional supplements.
What is EDTA chelation therapy and what is it used for?
Chelation (pronounced key-lay-shun) is the process by which a metal or mineral (such as lead, mercury, iron, arsenic, aluminum, etc.) is bonded to another substance-in this case an amino acid called EDTA, Ethylene-Diamine-Tetra-Acetic acid. It is a natural process, basic to life itself. During EDTA chelation therapy, the EDTA infusion bonds with unwanted metals in the body and quickly carries them away in the urine. Chelation therapy is a safe, effective alternative to drugs and surgeries and is used to treat many illnesses now known to be linked to the presence of toxic heavy metals. Illnesses such as heart disease, strokes, diabetes, circulatory disorders, neuropathies, Alzheimer's disease, atherosclerosis, and adverse reactions to many environmental pollutants. Traditional chelation therapy uses an intravenous drip, and is administered in the outpatient setting. The number of treatments vary based on each person's individual condition and/or goals of treatment. The average therapy is given one to three times a week for twenty to thirty treatments.
The benefits of of intravenous EDTA chelation therapy have been well established. (Read Position Paper: American College for Advancement in Medicine). Even in the U.S., one of the most repressive nations in the world with respect to freedom of medical choice, the FDA has allowed EDTA chelation for the last 50 years - although its use has been restricted to the removal of toxic metals (i.e. lead, cadmium, uranium, etc.) Given the role of EDTA as a standard treatment for the removal of unwanted toxic metals from the body, any argument that "EDTA doesn't work" is reduced to hogwash. The expanded role of EDTA as a tool to remove arterial plaque, prevent bypass surgery, or perform functions that affect conventional medicine "in the breadbasket," is where controversy arises.
Potential Benefits of EDTA Chelation:
Prevents cholesterol deposits
Info courtesy Global Healing Center
NOTE: The cost of these suppositories is $199.00 for 30. I know this is costly but the benefits are enormous. This is the best we have found!