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Posted 12/2/07 , edited 12/2/07
So i was wondering if anyone knows anything about this, i need to get some info for my sick grandpa?
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Posted 12/2/07
What exactly you looking to understand?
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Posted 12/2/07
anything about it
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Posted 12/2/07
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chelation_therapy

^----plenty of information for what I believe your searching for.

Sounds like grandpa was playing with fire and got burned?
Posted 12/2/07
You live in Canada? Just go to your local herb store. Seems like there are plenty there.
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Glormon wrote:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chelation_therapy

^----plenty of information for what I believe your searching for.

Sounds like grandpa was playing with fire and got burned?


Nah he had a stroke now his legs are bugged
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Nah he had a stroke now his legs are bugged
how is chelation therapy gonna help with a stroke?

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Posted 12/2/07
Chelation therapy is a safe, non-surgical treatment used to rid the body of excess toxins, particularly metals. These chelators draw out toxic metals and other harmful substances that impair bodily functions and help the body eliminate these toxins via the kidneys. Oral chelating agents can often prevent health problems from occurring and recurring by restoring circulation to the body's tissues. Chelation benefits every blood vessel in the body, from the largest veins to the tiniest capillaries and arterioles, most of which are too small for surgical treatment or too deep within the brain and other vital organs to be safely reached by surgery.

In arteriosclerosis (hardening of arteries which is a common cause of stroke), deposits of cholesterol, fats, and other substances collect on the walls of the largest to the smallest arteries in the form of hard plaque. It has been found that calcium acts as the glue that holds the plaque together. Chelating agents bind with this calcium and carry it out of the body (removing the dangerous heavy metals at the same time). This breaks up the plaque deposits, thus unclogging the arteries and permitting normal blood flow.

http://www.extremehealthusa.com/stroke-prevention-with-oral-chelation.html
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Posted 12/2/07
Well that latter half of that answered my question. Thanks for clarifing how that works
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Posted 12/2/07

Glormon wrote:




Nah he had a stroke now his legs are bugged
how is chelation therapy gonna help with a stroke?



not sure its something to do with the pain in his legs
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Yeah bnOi pointed it out in his post. So if arteriosclerosis was the cause of his stroke chelation therapy should beable to help. Though it sounds like its a "hit or miss" thing depending on what really caused it.
Posted 12/2/07
tell him to go see chinese doctor...
they should help..
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Posted 12/2/07
you want a canadian to see a Chinese doctor?

Any particular reason the doctor needs to be Chinese?
Posted 12/2/07
because they know more about herbs?
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chocuqueen wrote:

because they know more about herbs?

For this particular subject, no not really.
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