Chelation is a medical treatment to improve metabolic and circulatory function by removing toxic metals and abnormally located ions from the body by intravenously administering the synthetic amino acid, EDTA. Once in the bloodstream, EDTA blocks excess free radical production, protecting the tissues and organs from further damage and also binds to toxic metals such as lead, copper and iron in the blood which are later flushed from the kidneys. In contrast to surgical and other medical modalities, chelation therapy injections, over time, may halt underlying conditions which eventually trigger degenerative conditions such as arteriosclerosis, diabetes, arthritis, Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s diseases and cancer.