Monday, December 10, 2018

Plaquex is made out of soy beans as a mixture of the lecithins or Phosphatidyl Cholines. It is a very recent development in medical treatments originating from Europe for high cholesterol and the alleviation of plaques in arteries. High cholesterol is a very high epidemic in the U.S., despite numerous warnings from physicians, an estimated one in six U.S. citizens have it. While the body naturally makes its own cholesterol, we also get it from eating a diet too high in meats and dairy. A large plaque build-up can and often does lead to a stroke or a heart attack, both of which are currently epidemic in the U.S.

PT Uses

Plaquex Therapy (or PT) has been in use for over half a century in many countries. It has been shown to be very effective in removing plaque and other cholesterol deposits from fat cells, muscle, cell membranes, muscle and connective tissue. The average patient requires up to 30 treatments, and the needed dose usually gets slightly higher with each treatment. The first treatment is usually 20 millieters of Plaquex given every hour and a half, the second is usually 30 millieters and the third time can go up to as much as 50 millieters and so on. PT is also known for slowing the aging of cell membranes.

A few other advantages of PT besides lowering cholesterol:

  • Reduction of heart pain due to angina attacks. Angina attacks usually precede the full heart attack.
  • Protecting damaged heart muscles post-heart attack or due to other heart disease.
  • Increasing memory and mental function.

How is PT administered?

Plaquex treatments are generally administered by IV therapy. In the past, it was used in conjunction with EDTA chelation therapy, which is generally used to decrease the amount of calcium deposits. It is given as a pill in some cases but that’s mostly to repair liver damage. It was found over time that the pill form tends to be so absorbed by the liver that it left very little to be absorbed within the blood stream. This is why it is much more effective when given as an IV therapy. When it was studied on patients with angina and other coronary blockages, it was shown to reduce or eliminate the symptoms completely after a series of the treatments.

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