Plaque therapy is a form of holistic medicine where fatty plaques are deposited to the capillary and arterial linings of the blood vessels. During this therapy, essential phospholipids from the soy bean are intravenously administered to the blocked arteries. The therapy is administered intravenously through a period of 60 to 90 minutes. Most of the plaquex therapy are administered along with the iv chelation therapy. Particularly, in patients with chronic heart diseases. However, if you already had the chelation therapies before the plaque therapy, there is no need to repeat it.
This therapy is effective in the treatment of Angina Pectoris, Coronary Artery diseases and heart attacks. Before and during the treatment, the levels of nitrogen and cholesterol are measured.
Benefits of Plaquex
- Plaque therapy is particularly important in clearing blocked arteries. Plaques administered in the arteries help in the removal of the blockage. They also increase the ability to withstand cardiac stress. This way, you are less likely to suffer from heart attacks or trauma.
- Enhanced sexual potency and brain activity – Plaque therapy helps in the removal of blockage in the blood vessels. This way, it enhances the activity of the brain. Also, it improves potency in individuals. Additionally, it lowers the blood cholesterol levels hence eliminating the need to take treatments to lower the cholesterol.
- Improved blood circulation – Plaque therapy helps to improve the flow of blood, especially, to the vital organs. Enhanced blood circulation may prevent diseases such as Alzheimer’s and liver diseases.
- Treatment of Angina pectoris – Plaques therapy may be used for the treatment of Angina pectoris. Particularly, in patients with coronary artery disease. Such patients may notice that symptoms of Angina pectoris subside as the therapy proceeds.
Plaquex is a therapy worth exploring, especially, for patients with heart diseases. It may be used along with other therapies, for example ipt therapy, chelation therapy and lymphatic drainage massage therapy, to achieve maximum benefits. It is advisable that you do not undergo this therapy if you are allergic to soy beans. After the treatment, some tests will be taken. This may include CT Angiogram and testing the levels of fibrinogen and cholesterol. Also, an analysis of heavy metals will be conducted. If symptoms recur after the therapy, it is advisable that you undergo another series of the plaque therapy.