EDTA (ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid) is an amino acid, 5% of which, when taken through the mouth, is absorbed into the blood in the duodenum, where it binds (chelates), neutralizes and outputs heavy metal ions (lead, cadmium, arsenic, aluminum) and other elements through the kidneys and urine. This procedure is called oral chelatotherapy. When the concentration of toxic metals in the blood drops, a strong concentration gradient occurs between the blood and the intercellular fluid, so that the metals begin to flow into the blood. This contributes to the release of ions from the cells into the intercellular fluid, and then into the blood. Thus, the brain, heart, liver, kidneys and other organs are purified from toxic metals. At the same time, sick tissues and organs are also cleaned from excess essential elements - zinc, chromium, copper, iron, calcium, manganese, which in increased concentration contribute to oxidative, inflammatory and degenerative processes. Recent studies have shown that in diseased tissues the ability to homeostat the content of various elements is impaired. For example, with myocardial ischemia, 500% calcium, 520% chromium, 400% iron, 280% zinc accumulate in it. In Alzheimer's disease, copper ions accumulate at the sites of brain damage. Essential elements have a very small therapeutic latitude (the difference between vital and toxic levels), so that even a small excess of them has a toxic effect.
EDTA removes heavy metals with feces, including mercury, which is extremely poorly excreted from the body with urine. Heavy metals fall into the intestines with food, and in carriers of silver amalgam fillings - with saliva. Between the body and the intestine there is a constant exchange of heavy metals; they go from the body to the intestines with bile, and possibly through lymphatic capillaries of intestinal villi and digestive juices.
Initially, EDTA was used exclusively to remove heavy metals from the body during poisoning. At the same time, doctors drew attention to a sharp improvement in the condition of patients with coronary heart disease. In patients with angina, there were pains behind the sternum, and then other manifestations of atherosclerosis. In patients with atherosclerosis of the cerebral vessels, headaches passed, memory improved, energy appeared, with atherosclerosis of the vessels of the limbs, the hands and legs became warm again, the legs ceased to be cramped when walking. In men with atherosclerosis of arteries supplying blood to the penis, potency was restored. Thanks to the removal of plaques and the improvement of the state of the arteries, many patients with atherosclerosis of the heart vascular manage to avoid bypass and angioplasty operations, and in patients with diabetes - amputation of the legs.
Chelating therapy improves blood supply throughout the circulatory system, including vessels supplying blood to the heart, brain, kidneys, limbs and other important organs. EDTA removes calcium contained in plaques on the walls of the arteries. As a result, plaques decrease in size and disappear.
May help with:
- Cardiovascular diseases (angina pectoris, atherosclerosis, cardiac arrhythmia, stroke
hypertension, varicose veins, thrombophlebitis, impaired blood circulation in the limbs).
- Elevated levels of cholesterol, triglycerides, glucose, homocysteine, C-reactive protein,
- Heavy metal poisoning, cleansing the body of xenobiotics.
- Diabetes, diabetic neuropathy and retinopathy, leg ulcers.
- Chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia.
- Headaches, insomnia, memory impairment, attention disorder, irritability, depression,
reduced operability. Age-related intellectual impairment
- Autoimmune diseases (rheumatoid arthritis, scleroderma).
- Diseases of the nervous system (Parkinson's and Alzheimer's diseases, multiple sclerosis, senile dementia).
Chronic inflammatory diseases (bursitis, osteoarthritis, bronchitis, etc.).
- Cataract, glaucoma, macula degeneration (macular spot).
- Anti-aging therapy.
- Frequent colds and SARS.