Heavy Metal Detox at
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Heavy Metal Detox at RegMed Georgia

A painless 45-minute procedure in our clinic will cleanse your blood, remove heavy metals from the body and restore organ function.

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Cleansing the Body of Heavy Metals

Heavy metals – our invisible killers

Heavy metals such as lead, mercury, cadmium, arsenic, chromium, and others have toxic properties that can cause serious health complications and even death in the case of severe poisoning. Heavy metals cause arterial hypertension, colitis, stomach disorders, diseases of the lungs, kidneys, liver, endocrine system, disrupt calcium metabolism in the body and cause hair loss, anemia, osteoporosis, skeletal deformation, weaken the immune system and develop cancer.

Heavy metals also have a negative effect on the joints, psyche, and nervous system, fibrotic degeneration of the pancreas, and cause an increase in the frequency of allergies and asthma. They also accumulate in the male genital organs and cause their degeneration, affect the conception of the fetus, and cause mental retardation in children. They suppress the hematopoietic system, which results in severe forms of anemia.

Target organs and systems

Heavy metals can target specific organs and systems in the body, with different metals affecting different tissues. For example, lead primarily affects the nervous system, while mercury can impact the kidneys and cardiovascular system.

Acute and chronic effects

Exposure to heavy metals can lead to both acute and chronic health effects. Acute exposure to high levels of heavy metals can cause immediate symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, and respiratory problems. Chronic exposure to lower levels over time can result in long-term health issues such as neurological disorders, kidney damage, cancer, etc.

Populations at risk

Certain populations, such as children, pregnant women, the elderly, and individuals with pre-existing health conditions, are more vulnerable to the health effects of heavy metal exposure. In addition, communities living near industrial sites or areas with high levels of pollution are at increased risk.

Urban environments

The volume of lead alone in the atmosphere is 27 thousand tons annually and in general, one of the main sources of heavy metal pollution is traffic emissions, construction activities or waste disposal. When disassembling a used or new car battery, toxic metals are released in large quantities into the soil and groundwater. Therefore, the atmosphere of industrial cities is particularly polluted by heavy metal emissions.

They are everywhere: in the air we breathe, in the water we drink, in the soil, where they accumulate in the roots of plants and enter the cycle of substances in nature. Therefore, toxic substances are found in everything that surrounds us: in food, cosmetics, paints, interior items, children's toys, jewelry, etc.

Agricultural areas

Agricultural lands can also face heavy metal contamination from sources such as fertilizers, pesticides, or irrigation water. Therefore, metal uptake by crops and soil contamination in farming regions pose risks to food production systems.


Completely removing heavy metals from the body is quite a difficult task. This process takes months or even years, and in many cases existing methods are ineffective.

To solve this problem, our clinic uses an innovative medical technology - the FOP procedure (Blood filtration, ozonation, photomodulation), which in 45 minutes filters the blood, removes heavy metals from the body, and restores the function of the organs.

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