Detoxamin EDTA chelation avoids hepatic first-pass effect and bypasses first-pass metabolism. Results in EDTA reaching your circulatory system with much less alteration, much greater concentrations.
Be Aware that the average body holds 1,000% percent more lead today than 100 years ago simply because of the environment we live in. Chelation therapy is a safe, effective, inexpensive alternative to drugs and surgeries.
Protect Yourself and your family with the most effective self-administered Ca-EDTA therapy available. Detoxamin Ca-EDTA chelation therapy is just as effective as traditional intravenous methods-without any needles, repeated office visits, or time consuming intravenous treatments. At about 30% of the traditional cost.
Detoxamin has a time-release mechanism that allows the EDTA to absorb through the colon wall over an eighty-minute period while you sleep. Almost all the blood from the rectum makes its way to the superior hemorrhoidal veins, a tributary of the portal system, so that absorption through the rectal wall carries the EDTA in Detoxamin to the portal vein (see figure). The lower and middle hemorrhoidal veins bypass the liver-and do not undergo first pass metabolism. This means that the EDTA in Detoxamin goes directly to the organs of your body without being filtered through the liver first. Because of this, the EDTA contained in Detoxamin is very productive.
Detoxamin offers many advantages both over the expensive intravenous method of EDTA chelation. With the use of needles via the intravenous method, and risk of AIDS and other communicable blood-borne diseases, Detoxamin is becoming the logical choice over I.V. EDTA chelation and the poorly absorbed oral EDTA. The rectum has a more neutral pH and is not as acidic as the stomach, which makes this area much better for EDTA absorption because it is not buffered and has a neutral pH, unlike the stomach. It also has very little enzymatic activity, thus enzymatic degradation does not occur.
Detoxamin also introduces EDTA directly into the systemic circulation, efficiently bypassing the portal circulation and the liver metabolism on the first pass. Rectal absorption may also occur through the lymphatic system and, in some cases, largely through the blood via the vena cava.
EDTA has been proven to protect cell membranes, DNA and enzyme systems by reducing the destructive effects of free radicals.
Free radicals are reactive molecules that are unstable because they are missing an electron. In an effort to replace their lost electron, they frantically bump into and damage the molecules that make up the cells in your body. In the process, they cause oxidation of body tissues. It's impossible to be alive and not have some oxidative damage, because free radicals are produced by normal processes in the body, such as the production of energy and immune function.
Free radicals also come from environmental sources including heavy metals, household chemicals, ultraviolet radiation, tobacco smoke, food additives, foods that have been fried in oil that's been used over and over again (typical in many fast-food restaurants), and other pollutants. Once free radicals are released, they will multiply exponentially in chain reactions, unless they are stopped by antioxidants.
EDTA has been shown to be a powerful antioxidant that destroys free radicals - the culprits of atherosclerosis, cardiovascular disease, Alzheimer's disease, and some types of cancer.
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When an effective modality becomes available to the public that has been well documented in scientific studies and literature, adopted by a growing number of wholistic physicians, is safe, not costly, saves lives and has the raving support from the majority of its recipients, common sense would lead us to believe that it would be made public and supported by those health care institutions who we expect are looking out for our best health interests.
There are over 60,000 manmade chemicals in our food, air and water. There are over 130 in our food supply alone. These include cadmium, lead, arsenic, mercury, zinc, chromium, copper, nickel and aluminum; they are present in amounts that can lodge in the tissues and interrupt the enzyme activity of that tissue and its basic metabolic function. Chelation removes these; it is a free radical scavenger, and in effect, the body is then able to rejuvenate itself.