Restoring metabolic balance

The treatment enhances the regeneration processes of the body, delays aging processes, detoxifies and purifies the body, strengthens immunity, creates an immune barrier around organs and in the skin, revitalizes and tonifies nervous system, bone and muscular structure; it fortifies circulatory system and improves blood circulation. The metabolic disorders are the main cause of chronic…

Thrombophlebitis

Thrombophlebitis is an affection of the cardio-vascular system, manifested by the inflammation of the venous walls and by the formation of blood clots (thrombi) obstructing partially or completely the veins and causing embolism (the sudden obstruction of a blood or lymphatic vessel). The inflammation of the blood vessels may be prior to the formation of…

Skin tuberculosis

It is a disease of the immune system in which the body attacks its own conjunctive tissues. The disease is mainly common with women between 20 – 40 years of age, usually African, American and Asian ones. These populations  develop the disease more often than the Europeans. The symptoms include articular pains, fever, nausea, dizziness,…

Breast tumors

The malignant tumors of breast are one of the oldest cancer forms in the history of mankind. Breast cancer is first mentioned in a scroll of parchment in Ancient Egypt around the year of 1600 BE, being referred to as a disease incurable at that time. Breast cancer is every woman’s nightmare in modern society.…

Verrucas

Verrucas (warts) develop as a result of infections and viruses that go through the immune system of the body and destroy the T-cells (which are are cells created to fight this type of viruses). Where the immune system is weakened, the viruses can grow small-sized formations on the skin. The verrucas growing from the inside…

Respiratory virosis

Respiratory viroses caused by present viral strains are more infectious than ever and they bias the onset of much more complex pathological processes later in life. In the near future we are going to witness an alarming increase in the viral and bacterial aggressiveness, as the present strains undergo permanent genetic mutations which increases the…

Vitiligo

Vitiligo or leukoderma is a skin disease manifested by the progressive development of cutaneous depigmentations in the shape of patches or spots. Vitiligo may occur at any age and it has a different evolution: in some people depigmentations may stop for years. Vitiligo is not a contagious disease and it cannot be transmitted by physical…

Bronchitis

Usually, bronchitis is caused by a viral agent. It develops by an inflammation of the mucous membrane lining the bronchi (airways carrying the inhaled air to the lungs). In its acute form, it occurs after an infection  of the respiratory tract or following a respiratory virosis or sinus infection that has not been properly treated.…