Magnesium EDTA chelation For heavy metals and calcifications. Helps remove Led, Mercury, Aluminum, Cadmium, Arsenic, Uranium, Nickel, Barium, Thallium, Oxidized Iron (Fe3) and more.
Magnesium EDTA chelation For heavy metals and calcifications. Helps remove Led, Mercury, Aluminum, Cadmium, Arsenic, Uranium, Nickel, Barium, Thallium, Oxidized Iron (Fe3) and more. Medicardium suppositories contain Magnesium Di-Potassium EDTA. EDTA removes heavy metals such as mercury, aluminum and lead from the body. EDTA is typically only available as an I.V. from a medical doctor’s office. Medicardium suppositories allow you to experience all the benefits of EDTA chelation. If you want the best EDTA chelation suppository available, you want Medicardium. Chelation has been done the same way for the last 50 years, namely by intravenous drip and with the ingredient Di-Sodium EDTA. In trying to improve upon chelation we looked at both the method of delivery and the ingredient being used. The idea of oral chelation was not feasible since the absorption of EDTA given orally is about five percent due to denaturing by stomach acids. Giving larger doses of EDTA orally to make up for this lack of absorption would not work since even in small amounts Di-Sodium EDTA causes ulcerations and hemorrhaging in the colon and digestive tract. (When Di-Sodium EDTA is administered by I.V. anesthetics must be injected into the EDTA solution). The alternative to using large oral doses of Calcium Di-Sodium EDTA orally (which does not burn tissue) is not feasible since Calcium Di-Sodium EDTA cannot effectively remove calcium from the body (a vital component of chelation therapy). This is due to the fact that the calcium is already attached to the EDTA molecule and oral EDTA is not well absorbed. It was reasoned that if a form of EDTA could be developed which would not burn tissue and did not contain calcium, suppository chelation would be possible since (unlike the stomach with a very acidic ph) the colon has a fairly neutral ph (~ 6.5 pH). To this end, Magnesium Di-Potassium EDTA suppositories have been developed. Unlike Di-Sodium EDTA, Magnesium Di-Potassium EDTA does not burn healthy tissue. Also, due to its higher solubility (potassium increases the solubility level) and low molecular weight (408.74) it easily passes through the colonic mucosa into the general and hepatic circulation. Suppository chelation allows the benefits of chelation to be made available to people who cannot do I.V. chelation either due to lack of time, inability to travel, unavailability of a local chelating physician, or unsuitable veins (the very young and the elderly). Dr. Halstead, considered by many to be the father of modern chelation, had this to say about suppository EDTA chelation: “I have been involved in the development of EDTA suppositories since the idea was first conceived 7 years ago. The suppository delivery system was developed because it meets a special need. The primary purpose was to produce a drug delivery system that was painless and effective for children and for adults that found it difficult to take chelation because of time restraints. Research studies showed that the uptake of EDTA was effective by the colonic route.” There are many other benefits associated with Magnesium Di-Potassium EDTA, not caused by the EDTA, but related to the minerals themselves. Although the amount of magnesium and potassium in 365 milligrams of Magnesium Di-Potassium, EDTA is small (21.9 mg magnesium and 69.35 mg potassium) when brought into the body with EDTA as a carrier, the effect on the autonomic nervous system can be quite profound.