What is CALCIUM DISODIUM EDTA?

What is CALCIUM DISODIUM EDTA?

Calcium Disodium may sound like a salt, but it is not, the proper name is the EDTA which is short for  Ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (we will not even try to tell you how to pronounce that). It is made from a concoction of poisons and chelation chemicals.


Where does CALCIUM DISODIUM EDTA come from?

It is made from formaldehyde, sodium cayanide, and Ethylenediamine. 


Is CALCIUM DISODIUM EDTA healty for me?

Calcium Disodium is often used as a drug to stop lead poisoning or to treat someone exposed to radioactivity. It causes your body to expell heavy metals.

Calcium Disodium EDTA is approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for use in chelation therapy, a process which removes heavy metals from the body, according to the University of Maryland Medical Center. The side effects of chelation with calcium disodium EDTA include malabsorption or low levels of various vitamins, including vitamin C and the various B vitamins. To help combat low vitamin levels, calcium disodium EDTA is usually given with a vitamin booster. Other side effects include allergic reactions; dangerously low blood sugar, blood pressure, or blood calcium levels; kidney failure and seizures. According to the FDA, 11 patients died from calcium disodium EDTA use between 1971 and 2007.


More information about CALCIUM DISODIUM EDTA.

Calcium disodium EDTA should not be given with ceftriaxone, also known as Rocephin, according to Drugs.com. Ceftriaxone is a cephalosporin antibiotic used to treat bacterial infections. When combined, ceftriaxone reacts with calcium disodium EDTA to produce calcium crystals in the lungs and kidneys, which can be life threatening. The calcium disodium EDTA may also result in the body absorbing more ceftriaxone than it should, which reduces the efficacy of the antibiotic in destroying bacteria.

   

Comments:

  1. MT
    10-8-15 I just finished drinking a can of mug rootbeer....it also has this nasty stuff in it...CRAZY

  2. blake
    2/25/2016 "cardosone10" some sort of 'dietary supplement' my grandma is using.. "proprietary blend: EDTA calcium disodium, maitake mushroom powder, coleus forskolii root extract, nattokinase" is this safe? I don't know!

  3. nick
    Its in nestle splash flavored water

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