EDTA Chelation Cleans Clogged Arteries Preventing Major Complications

By | May 3, 2013

edta-chelation-for-clogged-arteriesThere is a consistent story that you can read about EDTA chelation and it’s benefits in regards to clogged arteries.  Some authors say the discovery was during World War 2 and others say it came after but the story which tells about the use of chelation with EDTA to resolve the lead toxicity prevalent among those who painted ships remains the same. EDTA not only resolved the lead toxicity but also relieved the symptoms of atherosclerosis plaque clogged arteries, such as angina, in those ship painters who had been diagnosed with atherosclerotic heart disease!

Since EDTA was past the time of possible patent for atherosclerosis the findings were quickly swept under the rug and kept from the public eye for over 50 years. Then, when some brave doctors started chelating patients, they were often ridiculed, ostracized, prosecuted and stripped of their license to practice medicine.

WHY? Because …

EDTA Chelation For Clogged Arteries Got Results! And …

EDTA couldn’t become a patented protocol that mainstream medicine and drug companies could use to bleed patients, who suffered from clogged arteries, dry and become rich so it became a threat to the “golden goose” (atherosclerosis management) that doctors and drug companies thrive upon. Those who were and still are threatened by EDTA chelation benefits for those with atherosclerosis still say it is quack medicine (when doctors use it) and close to fraud when those who market EDTA on the Internet allude to it’s potential benefits even when doctors who use it on their patients say it’s a good thing and achieves results. However …

Here’s what some other Doctors say about EDTA:

Kevin C. Harrison, D.O.
Elmer M. Cranton, M.D.
Garry Gordon, M.D., D.O.,M.D.(H.)

The FDA is responsible for the approval of toxic drugs that EVERYONE on the planet knows, or should know, kill over 100,000 people per year in the United States but they label people like me as a people “who prey on the vulnerability of patients seeking hope and relief” said Deborah Autor, director of the Office of Compliance in the FDA’s Center for Drug Evaluation and Research. You can read the whole press release here (the link doesn’t work now. the press release or warning has disappeared and I can no longer find it). WHY? Because this clinical trial says that edta infusions seem to work. Then there is this short blip on the WebMD site.  Obviously those who promote edta may not be snake oil peddlers at all! 🙂

An article presented on the Mount Sinai Medical Center’s website ( mountsinai.org) explains that EDTA chelation therapy is approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as a treatment for lead and heavy metal poisoning. It is also used as an emergency treatment for hypercalcemia (excessive calcium levels) and the control of ventricular arrhythmias (abnormal heart rhythms) associated with digitalis toxicity. Read full article here

Now let me ask you this: WHY would EDTA be approved by the FDA as a treatment for hypercalcemia IF it didn’t chelate unwanted calcium? Granted chelating calcium from the blood stream may be quite different than chelating calcium from artery tissue where it is one of the primary culprits along with oxidized LDL cholesterol and fibrin responsible for atherosclerotic plaque formation, or is it?

Chelation Is NOW Proven To Work!

If you notice I am not saying anything in regards to the potential benefits of EDTA chealtion for clogged arteries, for you in particular, because I can’t. The FDA even comes unglued when people use scientific research to back up what they may say or allude to. In a previous post “Clogged Arteries Are Big Business” you can read NEW evidence published by the NIH (National Institute of Health), released March 2013, which clearly states that a study proves EDTA chelation IS effective for cleaning clogged arteries.

Since there is now a proof-positive double blind study proving the efficacy of the EDTA chelation for clogged arteries protocol (IV only) you can bet your bottom dollar that the drug companies will be doing something to get patent protection on EDTA chealtion for clogged arteries. When that happens an infusion of EDTA that now runs around $120 per infusion and $2400 for a typical series of 20 infusions will soon require a patient to mortgage their home to obtain treatment. However maybe when that time comes insurance companies will pay the the treatments which would make it a lot easier for folks to afford even if the treatments are $2400 per infusion! After all the greedy drug lords and medical community need to make a profit.

Cleanse Your Arteries With These Products

oral edtaEDTA (Calcium Disodium EDTA) is a pharmaceutical grade chelating agent designed to bind and render inactive certain trace metals. With proper use EDTA may eliminate heavy metals from your body. In fact it is approved by the FDA as a protocol for heavy metal toxicity.

This product is intended to remove plaque throughout the cardiovascular system. Since EDTA may deplete levels of important vitamins and minerals, supplementing your diet with a daily multi-vitamin is recommended and so this necessitates the purchase two products, one for chelation and the other to replace vital nutrients, this product handles cleaning your arteries.

This product is an extensive multi vitamin/mineral supplement. It is the absolute best on the market and I buy it myself.

The Best Choice Other Than IV By A Doc

The absolute best chelation therapy is via IV in a doctor’s office if you can find one who does the procedure. This usually entail 20 – 30 infusions with a monthly maintenance infusion for life to keep your arteries clean because they will become clogged again if you do not keep up on the problem. At $120 or more per infusion you are looking at $2400.00 to $3600.00 initially and then $120 per month there after to stay clean. IV chelation to clear the arteries is NOT covered by insurance at this time and …

edta suppositoriesThat’s exactly why this next product is such a great alternative. You won’t need to sit for 4 hours being infused 1-3 times per week with a needle in your arm and a bag on a pole.

Instead you simply insert a suppository each evening and the edta is absorbed on a time-release basis while you sleep. It takes 3 suppositories to equal one normal IV infusion, in fact 3 suppositories equal approximately 600 mgs more of edta. Essentially 3 days of suppositories at home will equal one IV infusion at a doc’s office yet is about 1/10th the cost.

You’ll get the equivalent value of 10 IV infusions (30 – 1250 mg suppositories) for $149.00 or about $5 per suppository. THREE (3) of which equals about the same amount of edta as one IV infusion but $15 vs $120!

You should get enough product for a 90 day initial run. It isn’t cheap but it isn’t $2400-$3600 either. 90 days of product equals 30 IV infusions for only $447.00. THAT’S a $3153.00 savings vs 30 IV infusions.

But … But … Will It Work?

I can only tell you that IV chelation works. I have chatted with patients while they were chelating and the testimonies I heard would knock your socks off. Patients with atherosclerosis who were told they needed by-pass surgery, patient’s who’d had heart attacks, patients who’d been diagnosed with severe, chronic heart failure all of who swore up and down that they either would not have been alive then or  would have not been able to function as though they weren’t sick – IF – it weren’t for edta.

I can’t tell you that oral edta works but there are those who have M.D.’s who do. However, most chelation docs will tell you that oral edta doesn’t work because only a small percentage gets through the stomach acid and into the small intestines where it’s absorbed. Besides …

IF if it did work who would buy their $120 infusions?

I can’t tell you if edta suppositories work but here’s what I do know …

Medications are absorbed readily in the colon via suppositories because antiemetics (nausea meds) are given to patients for nausea and vomiting because, well, lets face it – it’s really hard to puke up a suppository. So if they work for patients who have severe nausea and vomiting, suppositories are obviously easily absorbed – which means the edta will be absorbed as well. If the edta is absorbed it will do the same job as an IV infusion. It’s just common sense.

IF it were me that needed to clear my arteries I’d do both the pills and suppositories. And I’d grab the vitamins/minerals. I’d give it a good 90 shot and see how I felt after 90 days of chelation. I bet I’d have a good report. But that’s me. You have to do what you think is right for you.


Please note this warning: Anything you choose to do, via information or products found on this website, another blog operated by me or an online email course and or newsletter, you do at your own risk – no exceptions (see “Terms of Service“). EDTA chelation for reversing heart disease and cleaning clogged arteries has worked for others but that does NOT mean it will work for you. IF your heart disease is extremely severe there may be more appropriate choices. You need to weigh your decisions carefully and choose wisely.