Heavy metals were once encountered only by the military in battles where poison gas was used or in the paint on navy ships. Today, heavy metals are in our water, our food, the air we breathe and other applications. Heavy metals build up in the blood stream, hardening the walls of the arteries. This is the primary cause of heart diseases. The problem is that the human body was never meant to deal with this. It therefore encounters deadly diseases and conditions from the presence of heavy metals in the body:
- Speech impediments
- Cognitive problems
- Hearing and vision problems
- Motor disturbances
- Immune disorders
Chelation (pronounced key-lay-shun) is a method of removing heavy metals such as lead, arsenic and mercury from the blood. Chelation once used an IV to introduce the chelating agent into the bloodstream, an amino acid called ethylene-diamine-tetra-acetic acid. The amino acid or EDTA binds to the heavy metals and washes them out of the body by urination.
Ever wondered the benefits of Detoxamin? Once you take it, you’ll realize it is non-invasive and safer than IV treatment. Purchasing your Detoxamin supplement is easier than you think. There is no need to sit in a doctor’s waiting room. Even though EDTA dosage may be small, the effect is longer-lasting. It works well with children as well as adults.
Detoxamin was formulated to save patients money, time and aggravation. It is used as a suppository. It is absorbed into the body at body temperature. It then passes into the bloodstream, where it takes about an hour and half to bond with the metals.
Not all EDTA treatments are created equally, however. Detoxamin is the only suppository available with numerous studies to support it. Lab analysis has proven its absorption rate and its tissue saturation. Detoxamin is FDA sanctioned.
Directions for Use:
Insert one suppository every other night before bed. Use for six months or as directed by a primary care physician or specialist. Keep out of the reach of children.
This product should not be used by pregnant or breast-feeding women. Consult a physician for instructions.
1500 mg (only with doctor’s orders)