Wouldn’t it be incredible if there were a proven, safe, inexpensive, painless, non-surgical medical procedure to eliminate those conditions that trigger heart attacks, strokes, senility, etc.? Well, hold on to your seat because it is here! More about it later.
The prudent thing would be to take care of yourself so you won’t be vulnerable for heart attacks, strokes, etc. Medical “wisdom” today says the answer to those problems is angioplasty (about 200,000 done each year with half being unnecessary according to the Journal of the American Medical Association). Or another choice is by-pass surgery
If you talk to surgeons, they will recommend angioplasty or by-pass surgery (neither of which have been proved to be effective). Also if you talk to a brick mason about a new house, you will get a brick house. Surprised? Well, what do you expect surgeons to do? They have been trained to use the knife.
What you expect or should demand is truth even if his knife gets rusty from disuse. William Douglas, M.D., admitted, “Under the best conditions there is a 1 to 4 percent possibility of heart attack while on the operating table [for by-pass surgery]; under the worst, there is a 10 to 17 percent death rate.”
Dr. Douglas went on to say that there is a 20 to 30 percent chance that the new graft will suffer further blockage within two years! Why would anyone go through all that when there is a safe, inexpensive and painless alternative? The answer is chelation therapy
Chelation has helped reverse symptoms of diabetes, Alzheimer’s, arthritis and numerous other diseases. Why haven’t you heard of it? Real simple. Not much money in it (compared to surgery) so many in the medical establishment are not interested although it has been around for a hundred years.
Well, what is chelation? It is an intravenous injection of a synthetic amino acid called simply, EDTA which goes after the clogged arteries with gusto and removes the clogged mess in 75,000 miles of blood vessels in your body. When the oxygen-rich blood finally hits the vital organs, the patient feels younger and feels like “a new person.”
Chelation is not new nor is it untested. It originated in 1893 with Alfred Werner who received the Nobel Prize in 1913 for his work. Mainstream medicine men either know nothing about chelation or they are adamantly opposed although about 1,000 American physicians now do chelation therapy for diseases usually caused by hardening of the arteries.
Give them time. Most physicians are very slow to accept anything that appears to be novel, successful and inexpensive, but more and more physicians are taking chelation treatments when they face surgery!