Toxic Metal Detoxification

Every causal focused treatment will work better in case of less burden by pathogens and toxins. In our clinic we detoxify with use of both natural and synthetic agents.

When the provocation test has shown, that someone is burdened with a high load of toxic metals, then we will recommend to remove these. Normally, this is achieved with one or two chelating agents. A chelating agent is a substance, which binds tightly to metals. The thusly formed chelating agent – metal – complex will be excreted.

Which chelating agents is best suited, depends on the clinical condition and the results of the provocation test.

EDTA i the most widely used chelating agent in cardiovascular disease. EDTA stands short for Ethylene-Diamin-Tetra-Acetic acid. This is a drug registered for the treatment of lead intoxication en hypercalcemia. EDTA has been used since the 1950s. Worldwide over one million treatments have been performed.

In case the provocation test shows a high mercury intoxication, a different chelating agents needs to be used. EDTA does not remove mercury, although this is claimed by many; it is far from the truth. Consequences of chronic mercury intoxication are detrimental. even in lowest amounts mercury causes hormonal problems, it blocks the immune system and is degenerative for the central nervous system, just to mention a few. Mercury is present in amalgam fillings, vaccinations and some fish.

The link below shows mercury’s influence on nerve cells:





A Chelator Metal complex of EDTA with a metal (M).
M stands for iron, lead, cadmium, nickel and all other metals.