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DMSO/EDTA
Posted by: Kjell
Date: January 9, 2012 11:15 PM

I have used EDTA for 30 years mostly for sprains and sore muscles.It always works. MY question: I am 75 years old and tired with somewhat high blood pressure 140 /100. Can I use EDTA mixed with DMSO as a topical cream to clean my arteryes? I normally use DMSO mixed with ALOEA about 50/50.There is companys selling liquid DMSO on the net. If so what mixture would I use.



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Re: DMSO/EDTA
Posted by: drron
Date: January 10, 2012 7:04 AM

I can't tell you if that would be effective. Seems to me you would want the EDTA to go directly into the vascular system. That is why we docs give it intravenously. As far as treating a blood pressure of 140/100 you could probably do that successfully with oral potassium and magnesium. Biotics makes a good product for that purpose: Potassium -HP (with Magnesium).



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at January 10, 2012 7:04 AM by Dr. Kennedy.

Re: DMSO/EDTA
Posted by: Kjell
Date: January 10, 2012 4:35 PM

I had it done once for a cost of $120.00 If you could come up with the proper mix in a cream or gel you be the hero of the century.I can not afford EDTA IV as a routine. Is it not the basic idea that EDTA to go directly into the vascular system?



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Re: DMSO/EDTA
Posted by: drron
Date: January 10, 2012 7:38 PM

Nothing is going to do the job which intravenous EDTA does. However, if you want to get small amounts of EDTA into the blood for heavy metal detox, the best way to do that is oral. It is cheap and although a small percentage is actually absorbed, if you take an adequate dose you get a result - for metal detox. Here is a good source of oral EDTA: www.vitanetonline.com/description/AN0042/vitamins/EDTA-500mg/



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