EDTA Powder The Metal DetoxifierThis is a featured page

EDTA powder is the chelating agent that can also be identified as CaEDTA, EDTA CaNa2. People who have a penchant for long words may be interested to know that its full name is ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid calcium disodium. At least it benefits can justify such lengthy name.

EDTA powder is used in medicine as a chelating agent successfully cleansing the body of heavy metals like lead, cadmium and mercury to prevent damage. The human body needs many minerals and metals such as copper, iron, chromium, zinc, aluminum, nickel and others. But these very elements can do harm than good, when in excessive quantities or are in the wrong positions. So CaEDTA binds to and gets rid of them before they can produce harmful free radicals that can lead to many diseases. Thus, this crystal can help us dodge cancer, diabetes, atherosclerosis and other diseases associated with aging.

High blood pressure gives a person tendency to have higher amounts of lead and cadmium. EDTA powder were found to reverse the various forms of cardiovascular diseases such as hypertension, arrhythmia and angina pectoris.Moreover, also lowers cholesterol levels and cleans the blood vessels in the heart, legs and neck, where surgery is inappropriate . This anticoagulant effect, this compound is placed in tubes of blood to the laboratory in order to avoid premature blood clotting.

In addition to medicine, EDTA powder is also useful for canning. It is used to preserve the flavor of canned soda to preserve the color of canned white potatoes, cooked and canned beans, canned clams cooked and processed, pinto beans, bogging down the formation of struvite in crabmeat to preserve, mayonnaise, margarine and spreads, and avoid fermented malt beverages to be paid.

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