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Kevin
09-01-2007, 07:13 AM
I have mentioned in previous posts about Chelation therapy.

It is a therapy that has been around for many decades. In many cases your health insurance company will even pay for it!

But, doctors/ama/ptb want you to only use the therapy for heavy metal exposure. They do not seem to want you to use it for other issues where there are far more expensive (and less effective) "treatments".

BLAH! :wall:

Over the last 3 decades I have had several series of Chelation treatments via IV's and have been able to immediately experience the benefits. (Yes, I should have had more, but the time factor, expense and procrastination have conspired :D and I have not done the treatments as often as I should).

At one point, about 8 years ago I discovered a company that produced an effective oral chelation tablet. Much easier, much faster and less expensive.

(No one, not even the AMA, disputes that IV chelation is effective. However, most oral based-tablets-chelation do not appear to be anywhere close to as effective as IV chelation)

It was also very effective (not as much as IV chelation, but I could still notice significant benefits within a week). Within 6 months of me finding out about this company, our dear friends at the FDA shut them down for improper labeling, fining them such a huge amount that they did not have the financial wherewithal or desire to reopen their doors with new labeling. :wall: :wall: :wall:

Now today, I have seen this ad for another company selling what they claim to be an effective oral chelation tablet. I have NO idea if it is effective. However, I have ordered some and will be able to report to you shortly whether it is for me.

Even if this particular brand of oral chelation is not effective, the following link has much good information about Chelation Treatment.

Chelation Treatment info (http://www.healthresources.net/eoc/landing6.aspx?SC=HEF1485)

:)

Gary
09-01-2007, 07:44 AM
wow, great info..

thanks Kevin

Aaron
09-02-2007, 06:04 PM
Hi Kevin,

The next best thing to IV chelation is suppository since there is no absorption issues...it just goes straight into the blood stream. It is maybe a little over $100/month but well worth the benefits.

Ann-ticipatingSuccess
09-10-2007, 09:44 PM
I'm looking forward to your report on this product, Kevin. I hope it turns out to be a good replacement for the previous product.

:)
Ann

Kevin
09-10-2007, 11:47 PM
I just started taking it today....so I will know within the week if it is effective or not! :thumbsup:

Ann-ticipatingSuccess
09-10-2007, 11:58 PM
Wow, that's fast!

I'll be sure to keep my eye on this thread. :)

Ann

maggieb
09-12-2007, 11:53 AM
Kevin:
I read about this product and am interested in the product.
I looked up the side effects and it seems that they are typical ones for a detoxification. It is recommended that a person take extra potassium, but otherwise healthy persons should be ok.
Any comments on your experience would be appreciated.
My husband has a family history heart issues, but I think it sounds like it would be good for both of us for overall health.

Jure
09-12-2007, 06:33 PM
More to read: Chelation therapy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chelation_therapy)

Chelation Therapy (http://www.americanheart.org/presenter.jhtml?identifier=4493) 1

Chelation Therapy (http://www.chelationbc.com/) 2

And you can also buy here: EDTA 250 mg - SuperSmart (http://www.super-smart.eu/article.pl?id=0297&lang=en&fromid=GG132)

Kevin
09-21-2007, 09:23 PM
I have been taking these for 10 days now.

I definitely noticed a benefit within the first 3 days. Since then I have Continued to observe benefits. :thumbsup:

While the suppositories that Aaron mentioned are probably the next best thing to IV chelation, I am happy with these capsules and will continue taking them.

Mary is also starting on them.

One thing that I did not mention before...whenever I have gone in to begin a series of Chelation IV treatments, the doctor always does a bunch of tests, paying particular attention to kidney function. This is because the EDTA causes the toxins and other unwanteds to leave your body via the urine. It is important that the kidneys are not weak or this process could stress them.

:)