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Before we begin to discuss clathration therapy and its many positive benefits, it’s important to have an understanding of the chelation process. When chelating agents are introduced into the body, they bond with pre-existing toxic materials that have been collected over time. The chelating agent will encapsulate the toxins during that bonding process, and the body’s natural excretory processes – defecation, urination, the loss of dead skin, and breathing – take care of the rest.
Chelating agents are commonly used to treat arterial plaque, which can build up and cause serious cardiovascular problems. In some cases chelation has been used to pull heavy metals such as mercury out of the system as well. Unfortunately, chelation is not without its drawbacks. After the bond is created with the toxic substance, there’s still nothing preventing it from attaching to other cells on the way out of the body.
Clathration therapy offers a solution to the disadvantages of chelation, as it neutralizes toxins and keeps them from harming other cells and tissues as they are leaving the body. PCA-Rx is one clathration agent that works to remove mercury and other heavy metals and toxins that would do severe damage to the system. Whether they are picked up through the natural environment or from childhood vaccines, these dangerous substances have got to go.
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