Tag: chelation therapy | Chelation Therapy and Oral Chelation

WILL I NEED FOR SOMEONE TO DRIVE ME HOME AFTERWARDS?

No. There is typically no impairment to normal functions.

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What is coronary artery disease?

Coronary artery disease (CAD) is the most common form of heart disease. In CAD the coronary arteries, the vessels that bring oxygen-rich blood to the tissues of the heart, become blocked by deposits of a fatty substance called plaque. As plaque builds, the arteries become narrower and less oxygen and nutrients are transported to the […]

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History of Chelation Therapy: What, When and How

Chelation Therapy was first used during the First World war by Great Britain. Due to arsenic-based poison gas which was indiscriminately used in the war, Chelation therapy had to be used on the soldiers to cure them off heavy metal poisoning. Armies used an organic dithio compound which combined with arsenic in the bloodstream. When […]

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