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Chelation and Tetracycline
Posted by: Steve
Date: March 18, 2007 9:07 PM

I am presently taking chelation treatment for blocked arteries. My calcium score is 2200. I was told that Tetracycline works well with chelation. I have high CPR and sedimentaion. I have inflammation in the arteries. Tetracycline is supposed to help. What amount with the chelation and can I add to it orally? I have been taking chelation since 1986 - over 400 treatments. I am still around. It has kept me out of trouble.

RE: Chelation and Tetracycline
Posted by: Ron Kennedy, M.D.
Date: March 19, 2007 9:29 PM

I see no value in taking Tetracycline with chelation unless you are doing according to the protocol outlined by Nanobac Labs, which apparently you are not. Read up on the subject here: [www.nanobaclabs.com] They recommend specific amounts of EDTA orally and a proprietary blend of amino acids to keep the EDTA level high enough ling enough to actually do some good. This is what is supposed to make the difference.



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