How does chelation therapy work?

Chelation process

Chelation is a natural process that allows living organisms to assimilate and make use of inorganic metals. The human body can not function without a process of chelation. Enzymes are substances for which their formation and functions require chelation processes. Without enzymes, there is no life.

Chelation therapy

Heavy metal chelation therapy is usually offered on an outpatient basis in a doctor’s office and consists of 20 to 50 treatments. Therapy sessions are distributed everywhere from once a day to once a month. Each treatment takes hours to complete. A patient sits in a comfortable chair, and the chelating agent is administered via IV. Patients are free to watch TV, read, eat, drink and go to the bathroom if needed. Oral chelating agents are taken daily for several weeks or months of multivitamins and minerals. Chelation therapy has been used to relieve the symptoms of metal poisoning, arthritis, Parkinson’s disease, autism, senility and heart disease.

 

Does chelation therapy work?

Chelation therapy is a medical treatment used to improve metabolism and blood flow function in the body. It is administered as an intravenous, oral or topical supplement. Intravenous therapy includes a synthetic amino acid infusion of ethylene diamine tetraacetic acid (EDTA) or dimercaptosuccinic acid-2,3 (DMSA). DMSA can be used to remove arsenic and mercury. EDTA chelating agent attracts and binds to toxic metal ions of lead and cadmium. So it is important for lead chelation. This allows the body to excrete the metal substances lowering the toxic load in the body. The mechanisms how chelation therapy affects the body are not all known. Dr. Elmer M. Cranton, who is the author of numerous books and scientific articles in the field of chelation therapy, explains that the most important effect of treatment is improved circulation in the whole body of the blood. Better circulation is achieved in part by reducing the damage of free radicals caused by the accumulation of toxic metals. Some of the arterial elasticity can be restored and increased blood flow, when cross-linked structures caused by metal ions are broken. Toxic metal charge inhibits function and enzyme production. When enzyme production is restored, its use and distribution of oxygen and nutrients are also improved. most important effect of treatment is improved circulation in the whole blood. Better circulation is achieved in part by reducing the damage of free radicals caused by the accumulation of toxic metals. Some of the arterial elasticity can be restored and increased blood flow, when cross-linked structures caused by metal ions are broken. Toxic metal charge inhibits function and enzyme production. When enzyme production is restored, its use and distribution of oxygen and nutrients are also improved. most important effect of treatment is improved circulation in the whole blood. Better circulation is achieved in part by reducing the damage of free radicals caused by the accumulation of toxic metals. Some of the arterial elasticity can be restored and increased blood flow, when cross-linked structures caused by metal ions are broken. Toxic metal charge inhibits function and enzyme production. When enzyme production is restored, its use and distribution of oxygen and nutrients are also improved. Arterial elasticity can be restored and increased blood flow, when cross-linked structures caused by metal ions are broken. Toxic metal charge inhibits function and enzyme production. When enzyme production is restored, its use and distribution of oxygen and nutrients are also improved. Arterial elasticity can be restored and increased blood flow, when cross-linked structures caused by metal ions are broken. Toxic metal charge inhibits function and enzyme production. When enzyme production is restored, its use and distribution of oxygen and nutrients are also improved.