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Chelatation Therapy - Therapy - Prevention - Rehabilitation

The aim of the chelation therapy is to normalize bodily functions:

It is an infusion therapy, which has achieved excellent results in the treatment of narrowed blood vessels such as arteriosclerosis as well as of light and heavy metal toxicity. In many cases it is possible to prevent bypass operations.

The Chelation therapy is a therapy based on metal binding complexes (chelates). EDTA has a binding capacity for heavy metals such as lead, cadmium, mercury, silver, nickel, arsenic etc. as well as for light metals such as aluminum.
Chelation therapy also removes arteriosclerotic plaques. The arteries become more flexible and the blood flow is improved.

The EDTA Chelation therapy is an outpatient healing method. The synthetically produced amino acids Ethylene Diamine Tetra Acetic Acid (EDTA) are combined with specific minerals and vitamins and are administrated as an intravenous infusion solution over a period of 3-4 hours. While the infusion is slowly circulating through the roughly 400.000 km of blood vessels, metal ions with possible plaques are enclosed by a ring structure and excreted via the kidneys. A healthy kidney function as well as a sufficient supply of micro nutrients such as copper and zinc are necessary for the healing process and need to be checked by a laboratory before the therapy begins.

As EDTA also removes valuable elements such as copper and zinc. These need to be orally replaced after the Chelation infusion with a multiple nutrient preparation.


Indicators for an EDTA Chelation therapy are:

  • Light and heavy metal pollution / toxicity
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Arteriosclerosis (calcification)
  • Early onset dementia
  • Chronic fatigue syndrome
  • Fibromyalgy
  • Neurodermatitis
  • Allergies
  • Burn-out
  • Erectile dysfunction
  • Calcification of the coronary vessels (coronary heart disease)
  • Intestinal illnesses such as M. Krohn and Colitis ulzerosa
  • Child wish
  • Growth disorders in children
  • Prevention of a healthy aging process without illnesses!

The necessary number of Chelation infusions depends on the type and severity of the stress and the resulting symptoms. The treatment of degenerative blood vessels requires a series of 20-30 infusions.

Children and youths receive short infusions, capsules or suppositories.

Chelation therapy has been successfully used for than 50 years.

The word chelation originates from the Greek word for pincers. Chelations are complexes which bind metals in a stable ring structure and prevent them from further radical activities. They are then released naturally via the urine.
The light and heavy metal content of the urine is then tested in a laboratory.