Medicardium Suppositories Detox Heavy Metal
EDTA Chelation by Suppository
Chelation has been used safely and effectively for the last 50 years to remove calcium deposits, lead, mercury, aluminum, cadmium, nickel, arsenic and uranium from the body.
Chelation uses a synthetic amino acid called EDTA to bind to all of these toxic metals and safely escort them out the body. For the last 40 years, hundreds of thousands of people have used chelation to help improve their health. Until now, it was only administered by IV in a doctorís office. It was an uncomfortable and time-consuming procedure, assuming that you were even lucky enough to have a chelating physician in your area.
Now you can have all the benefits of chelation in the privacy of your own home. EDTA, the active ingredient used in chelation therapy, is now available in a suppository form through The Road To Health.
Unlike oral chelation, which you may have heard about, suppository EDTA is not destroyed by stomach acids, and so is a viable alternative to IV chelation.
Chelation may well be the most important thing you ever do for you health, and now, itís available to you.
An Open Letter To Whom It May Concern 31 May 2000
I have been involved in the development of the EDTA suppositories since the idea was first conceived seven 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 therapy because of time constraints.
Research studies showed that the uptake of EDTA was effective by the colonic route. The low molecular weight of EDTA of 292.1 facilitates efficient absorption through the colon wall. Moreover, there is an additional safety factor because it is in a special time-release formulation. There is clinical evidence available that the suppository is not only safe, but it is effective. It is my professional opinion that approximately 90% or more of the EDTA is absorbed through the colon. For additional information on this subject it will be helpful to review my book, The Scientific Basis of EDTA Chelation Therapy, by Halstead and Rozema 1977. Best Regards, Bruce W. Halstead, M.D.
Medicardium Suppositories are $100 for a box of 10 (10 suppositories are a 30 day supply as the recommended use is every third day) plus $7.50 shipping. There is Free Shipping when you buy 3 or more boxes at a time. Each box is a 30 day supply equal to one IV bag.
One Box $100.00 + $7.50 Shipping
Three Box Special $300.00 Free Shipping
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