Mistletoe therapy is the most widely used complementary medicine treatment in oncology and is intended as a supplement to school medicine therapy.
The primary objective of this complementary biological therapy is to improve the quality of life of the patient.
Mistletoe therapy improves appetite and weight gain, sleep, performance and reduces undesirable side effects of chemotherapy and radiation therapy.
Mistletoe therapy also strengthens and regulates the immune system, inhibits malignant cell growth, alleviates tumor-related pain, prevents recidivism and metastases, and prolongs survival.
The thymus gland forms hormones called thymus peptides and strengthens the immune system.
At the age of four, it has only 20% of its original size and productivity.
Here the thymus therapy can help to ensure a good immune defense.
In addition, thymus therapy is not only prophylactic, but also effective in acute cases of illness.
The exact treatment plan varies according to the therapeutic objective and the picture of the disease.
Diseases that can be treated with thymus therapy include, for example, defensive weakness and susceptibility to infection, rheumatic diseases, eczema and chronic skin problems, impulsiveness and mental exhaustion.
Vitamin C is not only one of the most well-known but also one of the most important vitamins, as humans cannot synthesize it and have to ingest it with food.
Physical processes in which vitamin C is involved include, for example, metabolism and immune defense.
Vitamin C is also used as a radical catcher. In special life situations, the need for vitamin C can be much higher, for example in acute or chronic infections, mental stress and physical exertion or in the case of inflammatory diseases. Smokers and athletes also show an increased demand.
In all these cases, the use of vitamin C infusions may be advisable.
Vitamin C infusions from a dose of at least 7. 5 grams are considered to be therapeutically effective. This dose is increased to 15 grams with the second infusion.
In practice, the vitamin content of such a vitamin C infusion is equivalent to a truckload of lemons.
Our body can only stay healthy and work optimally if it has sufficient vital substances at its disposal.
These vital substances, in addition to vitamins, minerals, amino acids, fatty acids and trace elements, also include the secondary plant substances.
The principle of action of orthomolecular therapy is the support of the body’s natural healing mechanisms.
Here, the appropriately dosed orthomolecular micronutrients effectively help the organism to prevent pathogens, neutralize poisons, regenerate organ functions and heal injuries.
Applications of orthomolecular therapy include cardiovascular diseases, intestinal complaints, exhaustion and even cancer.