Chelation historical posts June 1998

Re: Transient Ishemiac Attack

Posted by Walt Stoll on June 01, 1998 at 11:38:07:

Dear Tam,

Your grandmother needs to see a Chelation Physician right away before more damage is done. Call (800) 532-3688 for the closest one to where she is. While on the phone ask them for references about chelation.

Go to the link: Chelation
to find out how I was converted to learning about Chelation.

Your grandmother has a number of conditions related to her generalized atherosclerosis. All of them would improve with a course of 30 chelations.

Her skeletal problems are not directly related to what she needs to be concerned about right now. However, they are indirectly related to everything she has going on. If she is willing to learn about wellness, she can improve everything at the same time. Any competant chelating physician will try to interest her in wellness while chelating her.

Let us know how she does as she gets over this. She needs to stay in close contact with the doc who prescribed all these medications because s/he will want to gradually stop them as she gets well. Any Chelating Physician would be able to manage this medication reduction since all I know are board certified in medicine too.



Posted by csm on June 25, 1998 at 14:34:46:

My husband had a massive heart attack and then emergency heart surgery (5 bypasses, 6 cm of heart removed) 2 years ago. He is currently taking Lanoxin, Imdur, Accupril, Zocor, asprin, vit C, vit E, Volteran XR, and ibuprofen. He is on a low fat diet and does some walking daily. He hasn't really felt good in the last two years. Is there anything we can do to make him feel any better?

Re: Heart

Posted by Walt Stoll on June 27, 1998 at 09:05:07:

In Reply to: Heart posted by csm on June 25, 1998 at 14:34:46:

Dear csm,

Go to the homepage of this website (link on this page) and read about Chelation (including the reference recommended). Then, call the (800) number listed & find the closest Certified Chelation Physician & see her/him in consultation (with medical records in hand).

If you have further questions, please do not hesitate to write again. As he gets well, please take the time to share his experiences with the rest of the bb participants.


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