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EDTA: History and Information

DTA:  History

Ethylenediaminetetra-acetic acid (Synthetic amino acid)

Chelation comes from the Greek word chele (to claw or to bind)

1934-1935 F. Munz first synthesized EDTA in an effort to create a substitute for citric acid

F. Bernsworth developed a process for synthesizing EDTA and patented process in 1941

Introduced in the United States in 1948 and  from 1950-1990 The Benefits of chelation therapy using EDTA were recognized by the medical community as a treatment for:

heavy metal and radiation toxicity 
snake venom poisoning 
digitalis intoxication 
cardiac arrthymia

EDTA is one of the most powerful metal chelators known and can provide positive health improvements for many known diseases.

Unfortunately EDTA has become a commonly known name,  the name EDTA is not as it appears and there are actually many forms and chemical formulas for the same basic product called EDTA.  Therefore comparisons are very difficult to make.

The following is a partial list of Products called EDTA

Almost all of these following compounds are bonded with one or more metals:

Sodium, Calcium, Magnesium, Phosphorous, Iron, Copper, Borax, Potassium.

EDTA's function is to bind to unwanted metals, principally Calcium in the blood.

Some people claim a popular and widely used form "Calcium EDTA" which is already bonded to a calcium, will break apart after it is in the body, release the calcium it's bound to and then become available to bind to other calcium,  this is  not possible. A lack of understanding the concept of calcium exchange explains why  studies have shown EDTA to be ineffective.  Most forms of EDTA don't work well others don't work at all and almost all break down by stomach acids.

Edetate Disodium, Dihydrate, BiotechGrade

Edetate Disodium, Dihydrate, FCC

Edetate Disodium, Dihydrate, Reagent, ACS

Edetate Disodium, Dihydrate, USP

EDTA Disodium Salt, 0.005 M Solution

EDTA Disodium Salt, 0.015 M Solution

EDTA Disodium Salt, 0.0575 N Solution

EDTA Disodium Salt, 0.06 M Solution

EDTA Disodium Salt, 0.115 M Solution

EDTA Disodium Salt, SVS Concentrate

EDTA Disodium Salt, SVS Concentrate

EDTA Disodium, 0.01 M Solution

EDTA Disodium, 0.01 M Solution

EDTA Disodium, 0.05 M Solution

EDTA Disodium, 0.0575 M Solution

EDTA Disodium, 0.1 M Solution

EDTA Disodium, 0.5 M Solution

EDTA Disodium, 10% (w/v) Solution

EDTA Disodium, 2.5% (w/v) Aqueous Solution

EDTA Stabilizer Solution, 500 g/L

Ethylenediaminetetraacetic Acid Calcium Disodium Salt

Ethylenediaminetetraacetic Acid Copper (II) Disodium Salt

Ethylenediaminetetraacetic Acid Dicalcium Salt

Ethylenediaminetetraacetic Acid Dimagnesium Salt

Ethylenediaminetetraacetic Acid Dipotassium Salt,

Reagent Ethylenediaminetetraacetic Acid Iron (III)

Ethylenediaminetetraacetic Acid Magnesium Disodium Salt

Ethylenediaminetetraacetic Acid Tetrasodium Salt, Reagent

Ethylenediaminetetraacetic Acid Tripotassium Salt, Dihydrate

Ethylenediaminetetraacetic Acid Trisodium Salt

Ethylenediaminetetraacetic Acid, Dipotassium Magnesium Salt, Dihydrate

Ethylenediaminetetraacetic Acid, Iron (III) Sodium Salt

Ethylenediaminetetraacetic Acid, Powder, Primary Standard

Ethylenediaminetetraacetic Acid, Powder, Reagent, ACS

Hydroxylamine–EDTA Solution

Magnesium EDTA, 0.02% (w/v) Solution

N-(2-Hydroxyethyl)ethylenediaminetriacetic Acid

N-(2-Hydroxyethyl)ethylenediaminetriacetic Acid Trisodium Salt, Hydrate

Saline–Sodium Phosphate–EDTA, 20X Solution

Saline–Sodium Phosphate–EDTA, 20X, Powder, Ultrapure

Tris–Acetate–EDTA, 25X Solution

Tris–Acetate–EDTA, 25X, Powder

Tris–Borate–EDTA, 10X Solution

Tris–Borate–EDTA, 10X, Powder

Tris–Borate–EDTA, Extended Range, 10X Solution

Tris–EDTA, 100X Solution

Tris–EDTA, 100X, Powder

Tris–EDTA, Sterile Reagent Solution 

So which EDTA is best to use? .......Cardioprim Professional Strength Oral Chelation

The Primary function of EDTA is to remove unwanted metals in particular calcium from body organs and the cardiovascular system.

There are three primary methods of chelation therapy:  Intravenous, Suppository and Oral.

Intravenous or IV chelation is considered by many to be the superior  treatment method.  Some in the industry claim, oral chelation using EDTA is only 5% as effective as IV (intravenous) chelation.   The people making those claims are the same ones providing  IV (intravenous) chelation treatment.

Testimonials from our customers that have used IV or Suppository treatment and then used our formula have consistently stated "Cardioprim is faster and much more effective in providing real health benefits than IV or suppository Chelation. Cardioprim is a pure liquid concentrate and can be taken frequently. 

More About EDTA 

EDTA is a chelating agent that is present in common products such as blue colored shampoos, a special sauce in McDonald’s Big Mac and even the drinker’s favorite beer. EDTA, which means ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid, is a novel molecule that acts as an anticoagulant in medical and laboratory equipment. It is only used in tubes of blood and medical machinery since it “chelates” all the calcium contained in blood. This comes in the form of a powder or small amount of liquid in tubes.  It is famous for being used as a medical treatment for acute hypercalcemia and lead poisoning as well as a preservative in cosmetics and some processed foods. Even dentists use this compound as a root canal irritant in removing organic and inorganic debris compounds.

Even with the best surgical care available at the most high-technology hospital, thousands of people continue to die because of coronary diseases. Medical insurance companies could realize long-term savings by reducing patients’ dependencies on expensive surgeries, angioplasties and rehabilitations. Cardioprim can improve patients’ health at a very low cost. It gives hope to people who are hopeless to afford expensive medical surgeries. Cardioprim offers patients a less invasive treatment that gives them fast results at a very low cost. With Angioprim, patients feel they are given a second leash on life.

Principle Uses

Removes undesirable metals from the body

Reverses the process of arthersclerosis

Improves cerebrovascular arterial occlusion

Improves memory, concentration, and vision

Reversal of gangrene

Restoration of memory

Arthritis, scleroderma, and lupus