Sodium Thiosulfate for Heavy Metal Detox, Calcifications, Candida - Ted's Q&A

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Questions About Sodium Thiosulfate and Calcium Edta

Posted by G. on 09/28/2009

HOW MUCH SODIUM THIOSULFATE CAN I TAKE PER DAY FOR THERAPUTIC REASONS, HEAL CANCER AND ASSORTED ACHES AND PAINS? 500MG, DISSOLVED IN DISTILLED WATER?

ALSO, HOW MUCH CALCIUM EDTA DO YOU RECOMMEND I TAKE PER DAY TO CLEAN OUT HEAVY METALS AND ARTERIES? 1000 MG PER DAY, DISSOLVED IN DISTILLED WATER?

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
10/01/2009
383 posts

A sodium thiosulfate can take as many crystals (rice size) up to one teaspoonful two or three times a day. I don't usually use that sort of dose, but one to three crystals is generally the upper range. First dose may cause diarrhea, thereafter it won't cause it. The sodium thiosulfate is used to reduce the side effects of chemotherapy. As to the healing I generally use aloe vera oil one teaspoon a day, empty stomach.

A calcium EDTA may have problems with excessive calcium buildup in a cancer person hence, you may need three times more magnesium to balance the effect. The calcium tends to promote clotting, and often promote cancer, because of its restriction to circulation. Hence, I won't use calcium EDTA. Enzyme supplements, and plenty is likely to get better results and they do. The EDTA I used is either buffered disodium EDTA, where I add baking soda to neutralize acidity to pH of 7.5 or 8.0. The other EDTA I will use is the tetrasodium EDTA.

It's most important never to forget the major remedy for cancer is bloodroot tincture, hydrochloric acid drops, BHT, and the alkalizine supplements (potassium bicarbonate, sodium bicarbonate, sodium carbonate, potassium carbonate). EDTA will only work if it's tetrasodium EDTA for example because it reduces bloodclotting by removing the excess calcium that blocks circulation. Blocked circulation or thick blood (from excessive protein causing sticky blood) seems to support cancer. Hence the use of enzyme (e.g. protease) and tetrasodium EDTA. As to the maximum dose ot tetrasodium EDTA I generally limit to 25-100 mg. If it's calcium EDTA, I won't use it, unless it's heavy metal toxicity, and in that case it's a mixture.

Ted

Replied by Richard C.
Doncaster
06/13/2016

Hey

My Dad, has Myeloma, and after strokes is on Warfarin, would you have suggestions for the Myeloma which seems to be steady at the moment, but get off Warfarin, as that worries him more, but doesn't say why exactly, apart from excessive bleeding if cut.

I'm interested in EDTA and various Candida fixes too, prob is I'm ok with short messages, but dyslexia in info processing limits me unless printing off loads of info.

Cheers

Replied by Koy
Sofia, Bg
07/13/2018

Disodium EDTA has become extremely popular amongst various unscrupulous sellers of oral chelation products. There are a few reasons for this. First and foremost, disodium EDTA is probably the least expensive form of EDTA. That means they can purchase it in bulk, pack a lot of it into a capsule, and charge whatever they want to charge for it.

I've seen different companies go in vastly different directions when it comes to marketing disodium EDTA-based chelation products. For example, I know of one company that advertises almost exclusively through the internet using pay-per-click website advertising. They sell capsules containing upwards of 600 mg of disodium EDTA at rock-bottom discount pricing. I know of another company that takes just the opposite tact. They put the minuscule amount of 50 mg of disodium EDTA into each capsule, "enhance" the product by adding all manner of other ingredients, and charge a premium price for a product that will in all probability simply chelate the other ingredients and won't do you a bit of good!

Replied by Robert Henry
Ten Mile , Tn
07/15/2018

HI U KOY,,,,,,,,, flirted with oral EDTA CHELATION some 12 years ago, but eventually opted for the IV's as they are double blind tested and do work. Stopped the preventive IV's 7 years ago and last year my heart started acting up for the first time in my life. Got back doing the IV's along with a new Vit K-2 protocol. I am now working 5 to 7 hours a day in our garden. Six months ago I could not work one hour. Chelation removes heavy metals and helps clean out your blood vessels. The Vit K-2 protocol removes the excess calcium in your blood and deposits it in your bones, where it should be.

Know oral chelation works over time, but if you are in trouble like I was, I suggest doing the IV's.

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