for circulatory disorders and high blood pressure
Illnesses of the heart and circulation system are the most frequent cause of death among humans and are responsible for about half of all fatalities.
This is due to an increasing hardening and narrowing of blood vessels (arteriosclerosis). In addition to risk factors such as diabetes mellitus and smoking, arteriosclerosis is caused by inflammation of blood vessel walls. This inflammation is mainly triggered by the formation of free radicals caused by heavy metals.
This is where chelation therapy acts – by binding heavy metals and iron, copper and calcium from the arteriosclerotic blood vessels. This increases the elasticity of the blood vessels, lowers blood pressure, and demonstrably reduces the risk of heart attacks and strokes.
Arteriosclerosis, and its consequences, is one of the biggest problems in medicine today.
It is caused by inflammation-induced changes of the innermost cell layer of arteries (intima). Deeper cell layers are also affected in advanced states. This is due to the formation of free radicals by metals such as lead, mercury, cadmium, iron, copper, etc. Calcium is stored when the damage is advanced, leading to calcification of the blood vessel walls.
The main effect of the chelate infusion is to remove the above-mentioned metals from the system of blood vessels.
This reduces inflammation in the blood vessels, increasing the diameter of the vessels and allowing the vessel wall to regenerate while lowering blood pressure. The chelate infusion can also dissolve calcium from arteriosclerotic plaques. This permits the very good treatment of many symptoms associated with circulatory disturbances: angina pectoris (tightness in the chest), shortness of breath when walking uphill, dizziness, memory problems, sleep disturbances, pain in the legs on walking (claudication), high blood pressure, etc.
A large-scale study published in the USA in 2012 (the TACT Study, USD 30 m.) – with an observation period of 10 years and a total of 55,000 infusions with very good tolerance (with a rate of side-effects no greater than that found with placebos) – showed that the incidence of heart attacks and strokes could be significantly reduced.
Chelation therapy, of course, does not replace the beneficial achievements of cardiology in emergencies (such as a stent implantation or a bypass operation). The timely application of chelation therapy can, however, reduce the number of such interventions. And the risk of having another heart attack or stroke is also reduced.
The Chelation therapy with Mg-Na-EDTA is not to be confused with the 30-minute pure heavy metal detoxification using Ca-Na-EDTA.
Chelation therapy is infused over a period of three hours in combination with vitamin C, procaine and B vitamins. The long infusion time is a prerequisite for its cleansing effect on the blood vessel walls. The infusion is very well tolerated.