Magnesium based or Calcium based EDTA?
There are two forms of EDTA currently available for chelation, those with calcium already attached to the EDTA molecule, and those without. Calcium free chelation has been the standard for the past 50 years. It is the preferred method of chelation for several reasons. Our magnesium Di-potassium EDTA is one such calcium free EDTA.
Calcified plaque and, soft tissue
As we age, calcium accumulates in the arteries and soft tissues of the body. When it deposits in dead tissue, it is called dystrophic calcium (like atherosclerotic plaques). When it deposits in living tissue, it is called metastatic calcium (like arteriosclerosis). Only calcium free EDTA can remove this calcium from the tissue and arteries.
Calcium and muscle tension
When calcium gets into a cell, the cell turns on, whatever “on” is for that cell. If it is a muscle cell that the calcium enters, then the muscle contracts. If the calcium stays there, the muscle stays contracted. The familiar knots in client’s upper backs and necks are just such calcified muscles that are forever in the “on” or contracted position. The pathological version of this is fibromyalgia where there are many such knotted muscles in the client’s body. The extreme example of this is, rigor mortis, in which all the muscles of the body flood with calcium and contract. As we age, we accumulate more and more dystrophic and metastatic calcium, and become stiffer and stiffer. Again, only a calcium free EDTA can be of benefit here.
Calcium and blood viscosity
Calcium free chelation improves blood viscosity by removing ionized calcium and normalizing
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