EDTA Chelation Suppositories Reviews: Which Are the Best?
This EDTA chelation suppositories review covers both Calcium Di-Sodium EDTA Chelation Suppositories: and Medicardium.
Medicardium, reviewed below, has a Magnesium Di-Potassium base that carries the EDTA.
Calcium Di-Sodium EDTA Chelation Suppositories
EDTA suppository chelation was recommended for me by no other than Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt, world expert in mercury detoxification. It was the KEY product that stopped the downward spiral of my health when I had been suffering for years and didn't know where to turn to restore my previously excellent health.
EDTA suppository was the FIRST method I tried that brought me back once again to feeling youthful and vigorous.
(new window) resulted in benefits WAY beyond my greatest expectations)!
I credit EDTA chelation by suppository with turning my life around!
Disadvantages of Calcium Di-Sodium EDTA Chelation Suppositories:
A calcium di-sodium base (that the EDTA is bound to) is comprised of two substances of which many people already have enough; calcium and sodium (salt).
HOWEVER, for people with a major burden of any toxic heavy metal such as lead, mercury, cadmium, aluminum, uranium etc., this above is not an issue.
In my severe mercury poisoning case, Calcium Di-Sodium EDTA Chelation Suppositories: worked extremely well.
Later, I found the more refined formula of the Medicardium to be just right to take my health to yet another level.
The methylcellulose compound in Calcium Di-Sodium EDTA Chelation Suppositories, while inert and in my experience has no toxic side effects, does not have as natural a feel as the cocoa butter/white wax carrier used in Medicardium EDTA chelation suppositories.
Unique Magnesium Di-Potassium EDTA formula: Magnesium is THE hardest mineral to absorb, because of its large molecular size. In addition, soils have been progressively depleted of magnesium. This is because artificial fertilizers do not contain this mineral.
Magnesium is an anti-stress mineral because it de-activates the fight-or-flight part of the autonomic (involuntary) nervous system. Constant stress is very damaging and not natural. You see, sympathetic (fight-or-flight) mode is only meant for acute emergencies.
But too many of us are in that mode far too often to be good for us. The parasympathetic (rest-and-digest) part of our autonomic nervous system should predominate unless there is an emergency.
Parasympathetic mode is where we can best digest our food, relax, enjoy sex and sleep well.
When the parasympathetic part of our autonomic nervous system is slightly predominant, this is the state where healing can proceed undisturbed.
** Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez, famous researcher and cancer doctor in New York City, says that a big part of healing cancer is balancing the autonomic nervous system.
The magnesium in the Medicardium formula helps to de-activate stress mode. AND the potassium part of Medicardium helps to ACTIVATE our 'rest-and-digest' system.
After a few years of using Detoxamin to remove the major burden of mercury, Medicardium was perfect for helping my body to become more supple, by removing the calcium from the muscles and organs where it didn't belong.
My experience (and that of clients and family who use Medicardium) is that it has a PROFOUNDLY relaxing effect.
Medicardium comes in only one size: 365 mg of EDTA. It costs more if you wish to use a larger dose, which would be done by inserting two suppositories at once.
However, this is not really a disadvantage. There is a rationale behind only offering Medicardium in this smaller size.
For someone with compromised liver and/or kidney function, Medicardium may be a better choice because of its lower potency and Magnesium Di-Potassium formula.
As Spencer Feldman, the developer of Medicardium points out, his research shows that this dose cannot possibly release an amount of heavy metals that could harm the kidneys.
You see, when an EDTA chelation suppository captures heavy metals, the route of excretion is the bowel. Our gut lining is replaced every 3 days or so, and therefore the bowel is able to quickly repair itself.
Not so the kidneys. They are very delicate. If too large a quantity of heavy metals are released at once, some needs to be then eliminated by the kidneys - NOT A GOOD IDEA!
In fact, Mr. Feldman told me that a medical doctor recommended Medicardium for a patient with only ONE kidney, with no problem whatsoever. (Still, if you have any such condition, get the advice of a doctor).