Artery Blockages Natural Remedies Part 3Written by admin on April 5th, 2010
First, you need to understand a little about the process of EDTA chelation. The various elements such as calcium, magnesium, lead and aluminum have differing atomic weights. Examples of ‘heavy’ metals are lead, mercury, cadmium and aluminum; all are toxic to the body.
‘Lighter’ elements include calcium, zinc, magnesium and selenium; these elements are needed by the body but can become toxic under certain circumstances. When calcium migrates from the bones and teeth into the organs and soft tissues, it becomes a toxic metal – because it doesn’t belong there and it is doing harm!
The magnesium/di-potassium EDTA in Medicardium first attaches to calcium, chelating it out of the soft tissues (including the blood). This shifts the calcium balance in the blood, making the body think it has too little calcium. The mechanism to store calcium is activated.
This is exactly what we want…where does the body want to store the calcium removed from the organs and other soft tissues? IN THE BONES AND TEETH!
The EDTA carrying the calcium lets go of the calcium when it bumps into heavier elements such as lead and mercury. The calcium dropped by the EDTA is grabbed by the body and put back in the bones and teeth where it belongs!
Meanwhile, the EDTA keeps hold of the toxic heavy metals and safely carries them out of your body.
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