For the longest time, chelation has had a crucial role to play in treating lead and mercury poisoning. Its lesser-known use is in heart ailment treatment—it involves putting ethylene diamine tetra-acetic acid (EDTA) to the bloodstream orally.
Are you seriously considering this alternative heart disease treatment for yourself or a loved one? Get to know the benefits of undergoing a chelation therapy.
1. It cleans up the cardiovascular system.
Since the 1940s, oral EDTA has been known as an effective method to get rid of lead from the human body. EDTA has long been proven to safely boost blood circulation and ease symptoms related to atherosclerotic vascular disease. It is able to do so by eliminating minerals such as calcium deposits that cause these obstructions to good blood flow in the body: blood clotting, atherosclerosis and formation of plaque.
2. It helps prevent stroke, heart attack, and varicose veins.
By stopping blood clotting, EDTA can help prevent degenerative diseases.
3. It gives hope to heart disease patients whose surgeries have failed.
A study conducted in 65 heart disease patients who were waitlisted for bypass surgery discovered that the symptoms in 89% (or eight in 10 patients) showed marked improvements after undergoing chelation therapy. So much so that they canceled their heart bypass surgery.
4. It improves the functions of organs other than the heart.
Because EDTA efficiently removes plaque, it is ideal to use for treatment in any health problem that involves blockage or disruption of blood circulation caused by plaque. It works by lowering the atherosclerotic plaque in the vascular system so that organs such as the brain, kidney, lungs, and of course, the heart can function optimally. It can also eliminate kidney stones at home, reduce symptoms of Alzheimer’s, and improve memory.
5. It lowers cholesterol level and boosts bone strength.
EDTA can improve metabolism of calcium and cholesterol, thus lowering the risk of osteoporosis, osteoarthritis, and high blood pressure.
Now, are you convinced to use EDTA as a treatment option? Let us know in the comments.