What is cell symbiosis therapy?

Cell symbiosis therapy is based on the research of Dr. med. H. Kremer, who recognized mitochondria, the cell's powerhouses, as one of the most important components of the cell and the origin of many diseases.

Mitochondria are cellular organelles that control almost all metabolic processes, energy production, and detoxification processes in the human body. They are responsible for generating cellular energy, ATP, which is produced within the mitochondria with the help of oxygen. Mitochondria thus regulate the cellular performance of all organs, such as the heart or brain, the immune system, the digestive tract, circulation, muscle functions, the circulatory system, etc. Each human body cell contains about 1500 mitochondria.

When the function of mitochondria is disrupted, the production of ATP, the cellular energy, is no longer sufficient. Diseases and health disorders that can develop as a result of a persistent dysfunction of mitochondria include cancer, hypertension, viral infections, age-related diseases, allergies, burnout syndrome, circulatory disorders, atherosclerosis, premature aging, immune deficiency, etc.

During mitochondrial energy production with the help of oxygen, highly reactive and potentially cell/mitochondria-damaging oxygen radicals are inevitably formed, which seek a reactant in the body.

If these oxygen radicals are not neutralized, cell or mitochondrial components as well as human DNA can be destroyed, leading to irreversible cellular or genetic damage. Therefore, these oxygen radicals need to be "neutralized." This is where antioxidants come into play. Antioxidants are compounds that can reduce and neutralize the damaging effects of industrial and environmental toxins (free radicals). They bind or break down aggressive elements in our body before they can damage our organs, blood vessels, and immune cells.

It is now possible to diagnose mitochondrial dysfunction in the laboratory. The rate of ATP energy production, detoxification capacity, protective factors of the mitochondrial membrane, as well as the burden of free radicals can be determined. Bioenergetic diagnostics also provide indications of mitochondrial functional disorders.

How is cell symbiosis therapy performed?

In the case of suspected or confirmed mitochondrial dysfunction, the restoration of mitochondrial function is the main objective of cell symbiosis therapy. Alongside other primarily nutritional therapeutic measures, infusion therapy with the so-called "protocol solutions" is the essential factor.

The protocol solutions developed by Dr. Heinrich Kremer play a crucial role in the regeneration and protection of mitochondrial function. The development of chronic diseases is mainly attributed to an increasing impairment of cellular functions, which are controlled by mitochondria.

However, there are also other causes such as chronic inflammation, deficiencies or an increased demand for amino acids, trace elements, minerals, vitamins, heavy metal exposure, nutritional disorders, immune deficiencies, chronic infections, stress, electromagnetic radiation, gastrointestinal disorders, and more.

The function of mitochondria also plays a crucial role in these cases. Essential micronutrients and macronutrients are absolutely necessary to maintain mitochondrial function since they cannot be synthesized by the body. These include amino acids, vitamins, trace elements, minerals, and others, which are contained in the protocol solutions.

Therefore, the protocol solutions, in line with cell symbiosis therapy, promote the regeneration and protection of mitochondrial function, as well as the maintenance of cellular respiration, cellular performance, and cellular detoxification.

Hence, the protocol solutions play an important role in the treatment of mitochondrial dysfunction and immune system disorders.

Application of the protocol solutions:

Depending on the dosage, the duration of the continuous drip infusion can range from 30 minutes to 3 hours. It is recommended to have 9-12 treatments per therapy cycle, with 2-5 sessions per week. In the case of cancer, more treatments may be recommended.

Mechanism of action of the protocol infusions:
• Binding and neutralization of free radicals
• Building blocks for immune cells, thus strengthening the immune system
• Building blocks for collagen (the structural protein of connective tissue)
• Improved oxygen transfer in the respiratory chain
• Increased blood circulation
• Improved iron utilization (important for blood formation and oxygen utilization)
• Reduction of allergic diseases and decreased histamine release
• Improved cellular respiration by enhancing mitochondrial function
• Regulation of cell division (crucial in cancer therapy)

Ingredients of the protocol solutions

I. Amino Acids

• L-Arginine
• L-Carnosine
• (N-Acetyl-)Cysteine
• Glutathione (only included in cancer patients after prior determination of glutathione levels)
• L-Lysine

II. Vitamins

• Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C)
• Thiamine Hydrochloride (Vitamin B1)
• Riboflavin-5-monophosphate * 5 H2O (Vitamin B2)
• Nicotinamide (Vitamin B3)
• Dexpanthenol (Vitamin B5)
• Pyridoxine Hydrochloride (Vitamin B6)
• Folic Acid (Vitamin B9)
• Hydroxocobalamin (Vitamin B12)

III. Trace Elements

• Zinc-D-gluconate * 3 H2O
• Sodium Selenite * 5 H2O

IV. Minerals

• Calcium Chloride
• Potassium Chloride
• Magnesium Chloride

V. Others

• L-Carnitine
• Taurine
• Alpha-Lipoic Acid• Alpha-Liponsäure

What are the advantages of cellular symbiosis therapy?

According to the outstanding importance of mitochondria for the energy and detoxification function of cells, as well as the frequency of functional disorders, especially in the context of chronic diseases, a wide range of applications arises. Cellular symbiosis therapy is integrated into a holistic treatment concept (e.g., in combination with bioresonance therapy, oxyvenation, chelation therapy, and other measures).

• Protection of the immune system
• Increase in performance
• Burnout syndrome, mental and physical stress
• Spring fatigue
• Cancer therapy/cancer prevention
• Mild heavy metal detoxification
• All types of poisoning
• Loss of appetite
• Anxiety and depression
• Susceptibility to infections
• Poor wound healing, such as decubitus ulcers, leg ulcers, and others
• Burns
• Intestinal malabsorption disorders
• Lowering blood lipids and cholesterol
• Fungal infections in the digestive tract
• Angina pectoris, heart attack (also for prevention)
• Cerebrovascular sclerosis, calcification of brain-supplying vessels
• Stroke (also for prevention)
• Viral and bacterial infections
• Bronchial asthma, chronic bronchitis
• Rheumatic diseases


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