Chelation therapy is a procedure that removes substances such as heavy metals from the body through administration of chelating agents intravenously. The name chelation comes from the Greek 'chele', meaning claw, which refers to the 'claw-like' structure of the organic chemical ethylene diamine tetra-acetic (EDTA), the most universally used substance for this process.

EDTA is a man-made amino acid, which has a particular affinity for toxic metals such as mercury, cadmium, aluminium and lead. If EDTA meets with these substances through an intravenous infusion, they are 'grabbed' and then secreted in bodily wastes. 

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