IV Intravenous Chelation Therapy
Intravenous chelation therapy is generally performed at a clinic, the patient receives a treatment two times per week for fifteen weeks, with each treatment taking approximately 3 to 4 hours. The cost is about €120 per treatment and it is necessary to have around 20 to 30 treatments.
Although the absorption rate is 100% IV may not be appropriate for everyone, considering the high cost, the time involved and the lack of experienced Clinics that perform the procedure.
If not properly administered it can be very hard on the body, especially for people with kidney problems.
Pills & Tablets
There are a few of these on the market, they were first introduced as an alternative to the regular IV treatment however the absorption rate in tablet form is only 5% which means you would have to take a great deal of them over a long period of time to be able to guage any effect. Considering the amount of tablets you must take to absorb the formula this is not only impractical but can also work out very expensive.
Chelation Therapy Suppositories
Suppositories have a good absorption rate however for obvious reasons can be a little awkward to administer, some users have reported a burning sensation which can be uncomfortable and reports have emerged that it could cause damage to the lining of the colon and rectum from the direct application.
Oral Liquid Chelation Therapy
Cardio Renew Oral liquid EDTA is a concentrated liquid which you add to water or juice and take over a period of 6 weeks, the absorption qualities of this form is up to 95%. It is the most cost effective way of administering with absorption levels close to IV treatments and at a fraction of the cost.
EDTA has proven in the TACT trials to be safe and Oral EDTA is easy to take at home in your own time against IV Chelation.
See our cost comparisons of the various companies who offer Chelation Treatment.