Medicardium Review

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Medicardium is a form of chelation therapy that is taken in the form of a suppository. Chelation is the removing of heavy metals such as lead, arsenic and mercury from the body through the use of chelating agents. Medicardium is one of these agents and is designed to remove aluminum, mercury, lead, cadmium, arsenic, nickel and uranium and cleanse the body by doing so. Due to its suppository form it claims to be as effective as chelation therapy given through an I.V. by a physician. An oral form would have to be digested and would take much longer to be absorbed by the body and become effective. Medicardium headquarters are located in Hawaii and a toll free number is listed on the website. The refund policy states that damaged products can be returned and replaced but refunds for undamaged product will need to be discussed with customer service at Medicardium.


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Medicardium claims to be able to cleanse the body and rid it of metal toxins that can be harmful. It comes in suppository form and should be used only when cold and should therefore be kept in your refrigerator. The suppository should only be used before bedtime and also only if you have had a bowel movement the day you plan to use it. Lubrication is necessary for obvious reasons. You must wait at least fifteen minutes before using the bathroom because it takes this long for the majority of the suppository to be absorbed by the body. Medicardium does not claim to offer the result of weight loss but the fact that the product “cleanses” the body with suppositories may help you to lose a certain amount of weight, although it is not guaranteed. If you have a calcium deficiency you may wish to consult with your physician before taking this product as it does remove calcium from the body when you use it.

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  • Medicardium claims to remove dangerous metal toxins from the body.


  • Medicardium may cause stomach pain and/or diarrhea like symptoms.
  • Taking Medicardium will cause calcium to be removed from your body and this in turn can cause cramps.
  • The cost of $89.00 for a box of 10 suppositories which may last for 30 days is quite expensive.


While Medicardium claims to rid the body of metal toxins, there is no apparent evidence on the website that indicates weight loss is a result of taking this product, however due to the cleansing effect this product will give you a certain amount of weight loss can most likely be expected. The cost along with the prospect of spending quite a bit of time in the bathroom may not make this a good fit for some individuals. There are many other diet and weight loss supplements on the market today that may prove to be a better alternative.

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