EDTA Skin Cream For Heavy Metal Detoxification
In this course, I am going to show you how to make a very effective topical “EDTA Skin Cream” that is designed for the support of reducing heavy metals and other contaminants in the body, skin and pores.
This recipe is specifically designed for the transdermal, or exterior skin application, of EDTA to support removing heavy metals and other contaminants.
EDTA can be taken a variety of ways from IV (intravenous), orally, rectal suppository, liquid enema or topically as a transdermal skin cream.
In this course, I will show you how I used the topical EDTA in a variety of ways. I will also show you how I make the recipe easily and inexpensive.
As we all know, we currently live in a very toxic world with many chemicals, poisons, heavy metals, plastics, water and air pollution, etc.
The general US population, young and old, are loaded with lead, mercury, arsenic, thallium, tin, antimony, molybdenum, cadmium, pesticides, herbicides, insecticides, and petroleum toxicities to name a just few of the thousands of assaults, chemicals and toxins that are accumulating in our bodies everyday.
Regardless of where you live, we are all being exposed to these heavy metal toxic assaults from: petrochemical pollution from cars, boats, planes, trucks, trains, industrial pollution, brake pads, tires, mining pollution, geo-engineering or weather modification, and the list goes on and on.
In my opinion, everyone one should be learning and practicing some type of application of EDTA chelation protocols, on and off throughout the year to support removing some of the accumulation of a variety of these toxic heavy metals and other contaminants – (see: What is EDTA?).
Ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (EDTA) is a synthetic amino acid and is a powerful chelating agent. EDTA is capable of forming tight bonds with a variety of toxic heavy metals and had been researched and studied for dissolving calcium oxalate crystals wherein the body could dispose more easily through the urine or sweat. EDTA also has the affinity to bind to many heavy metals and other contaminants such as Lead.
EDTA Compound Structure.
The EDTA cream is designed to work as a topical skin application. I like to use the EDTA cream over other applications because it is simple to use topically to areas of the skin, lymph, reproductive areas, prostate, face, hands, feet, underarms etc. without any intestinal disturbances or general side effects as when taking EDTA orally or rectally.
EDTA therapy has also been shown to be effective for the reduction and elimination of arterial plaque in studies. (See articles below)
EDTA Chelation therapy is known to be safe in very small doses and is effective in various forms of administration such as topically, orally, IV, suppository or enema.
EDTA can be administered and used in a variety of ways for heavy metal Detoxification and Oxalate reduction.
What Is EDTA Chelation Therapy?
Calcium disodium EDTA chelation removes heavy metals and minerals from the blood, such as lead, iron, copper, and calcium, and is approved by the FDA for use in treating lead poisoning and toxicity from other heavy metals – src: (https://nccih.nih.gov/health/chelation/TACT-questions)
Everyone Could Use Some Type Of Chelation Therapy.
In 2019, Humans, all over the world, regardless of location are being exposed to a variety of heavy metals and toxins daily. Many other researchers also agree with “Everyone is accumulating toxins daily and should be on some type of chelation or detoxification regimen throughout the year“.
In my opinion, heavy metal toxicity is one of the most hideous hidden biological assaults on all living creatures.
Above picture: As you can see, it’s quite easy to accumulate lead poisoning from our environment. All of this heavy metal toxicity from the environment transfers into our food, water, livestock and eventually the human population.
If you have any of the following symptoms, most likely heavy metal toxicity could be affecting your health in a number of ways:
- Tremors – Involuntary shaking of fingers or muscles.
- Infertility for men or women.
- Mental “fogginess” feeling confused.
- Anxiety and depression.
- Deteriorating eye health.
- Memory problems.
- Poor kidney function.
- Intestinal and digestive problems.
- Tingling sensations and weakness in the hands, feet, and/or around the mouth.
- Poor immune function – recurrent infections or having an autoimmune disease.
The Cost Of EDTA Cream To Buy Versus Making It Yourself
Currently you can buy EDTA cream on Amazon.com (8 oz for $78.95). I am going to share with you how I make my own EDTA cream that is inexpensive and very easy to make – (See EDTA cream recipe and products necessary below).
The math breaks down to $80.00 for 8 oz (or $10.00 per oz) if you buy it pre made and packaged. On the other hand If you make the EDTA recipe yourself, the cost should be less than $10.00 for 7-8 oz of EDTA cream.
The EDTA cream I make, in my opinion, is much better and cheaper than buying the EDTA cream product already made for you.
I created the EDTA recipe to be very simple to make and use. Most people will not buy the EDTA cream for $80.- dollars online but following the simple recipe I am going to show you, can save a lot of money and have a very effective heavy metal chelator.
I have been using topical EDTA for many years on myself, patients and friends, and I have refined the recipe many times.
I feel the EDTA cream you make yourself is more effective, much cheaper to use and doesn’t have any unpleasant odors from some of the ingredients we use in the recipe.
- EDTA cream is a topical cream which delivers Calcium Disodium EDTA into the body transdermally.
- EDTA Cream will support the removal of Heavy Metals like Lead but can also remove good minerals like Calcium, Magnesium, Potassium, Sodium, Zinc, Copper and so on.
- The EDTA Cream can be rubbed in a specific local area or on the entire body.
- Always make sure you are replenishing your minerals with a full spectrum ionic mineral supplement when using any type of EDTA.
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Would it be a good idea to apply this cream to the scalp for a baldness therapy
Heavy Metals and other toxins can be chelated with the Skin Cream on any part of the body. I think that would be a great idea to experiment with, and feel free to email us your results 🙂
You may want to use the cream on your scalp for 3-4 months, and use it 2-3 times per week.
Terrific course!! Thank you! I have a question. I’ve made a mag chloride/aloe gel and used it for 10+ yrs. Watching you use magnesium prior to EDTA cream, I wondered if I could just add EDTA powder to my gel? I plan to try your recipe, too. Thanks in advance!
EDTA is a chelator and only has so much power in chelating minerals – heavy metals – petrochemicals etc. If you are going to use the gel and add the EDTA – better to add separate to the skin before or after than to combine in the recipe.
The EDTA tends to get gritty and combine together with other minerals when you add especially the Mag ionic minerals to the recipe – feels like tiny pieces of sand sometimes in the cream – I dont like the grit in the cream.
The oils I found work much better – make sure you really rub into the skin throughly. Give it a try with mixing the EDTA in the gel see how that works … you may want to make sure the EDTA is totally dissolved in the gel by heating a little bit of the gel first then add the EDTA – mix up good and then add to the rest of the recipe and mix once again. Put in the refrigerator / freezer if the gel becomes too thin. I have not worked with the gels to much – its hard to find any pure – non toxic / no additives – non synthetic products anymore so I tend to go with the oils beucase the EDTA blends perfectly with it.
Hope that helps,
When making the EDTA cream, should the calcium disodium EDTA or disodium EDTA form be used? Or are both forms interchangeable? (I noticed the bag on the video pic said ‘disodium EDTA’ and the article portion mentions ‘calcium disodium EDTA.’)
I have purchased this brand many times: EDTA Disodium Powder 500gr
They are both interchangeable.
Hope that helps,