Topical EDTA Cream is probably the most appealing method of chelation due to the fact its not messy and easy to use. It can be applied any time of day and even twice a day, the cream has no scent so it does not smell like medicine. Breaking down the cream, because it is a 350 mg dose per 1.5 teaspoon, this makes 6 applications roughly similar to 1 IV treatment. It will take longer to complete chelation but the disadvantages of the suppositories are overcome. One jar of cream will last about 30 days and 30 applications is about 5 IV treatments, using 30 treatments as a baseline, you will need 6 jars.
If you elect to use topical cream, here would be a general breakdown: