Chelation Therapy

Chelation Therapy


Chelation therapy for a long time has been used as a treatment for mercury and lead contamination, but it is not a proven remedy for heart disease. It can cause serious side effects when used as heart disease therapy. Even then, many doctors and cardiac health practitioners have considered chelation therapy to cure heart disease and strokes.


During chelation therapy, you are administered disodium ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (EDTA) through a course of weekly intravenous (IV) treatments, each remaining about 30 minutes.

Generally, the medication reaches out and sticks to metals and minerals in your blood flow, resulting in the formation of a compound that leaves the body through urination. Chelation therapy is encouraged as a treatment for heart disease because it’s believed that the medicine links itself to calcium found in fatty deposits (plaques) in the arteries.

However, chelation therapy for heart cure still is under controversy. Before undergoing chelation therapy as a heart ailment treatment, take consultation with your doctor about the advantages and risks.

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