Do you have information about chelating drugs?
- 14 Dec 2009 by mnfdezd
- 25 December 2009
Here is a small article I remember reading about this. Please do some research, this can be very dangerous... " Chelation therapy is administering a man-made amino acid called EDTA into the veins. (EDTA is an abbreviation for ethylenediamine tetraacetic acid. It’s marketed under several names, including Edetate, Disodium, Endrate, and Sodium Versenate.) EDTA is most often used in cases of heavy metal poisoning (lead or mercury). That’s because it can latch onto or bind these metals, creating a compound that can be excreted in the urine. WARNING: In fact, number of deaths in the United States have been linked with chelation therapy. Also, some people are on dialysis because of kidney failure caused, at least in part, by chelation therapy.
HOPE THIS IS OF SOME HELP... SOMETHING I READ A WHILE BACK
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