Autoblood

Posted by ninjagrr
Mar 26 2010

The autologous therapy, as it is known today, dates back to August Bier (1861 to 1949). This had found that fractures with bruising heal faster than those without. He then took his blood to the patient and injected it cracks, but even the ancient Egyptians and early Chinese doctors have recommended the healing power of his own blood. The therapist takes approximately 2 to 5 ml of venous blood. In some cases, the blood with oxygen, ozone, herbal extracts or homeopathic preparations enriched. This blood is then re-injected into the body. This is done either in the skin (intradermally),) under the skin (subcutaneously) or intramuscularly, the most commonly used method in the gluteal muscle (. The immune system recognizes this blood as foreign, an intense stimulation of the body's immune system is the result. The additional agents are incorporated in increasing the effectiveness of autologous blood therapy. Besides the above-described conventional form of the autologous therapy, there are a few otherMethods. In potentierten autoblood the collected blood is diluted (homeopathic) potentiert and taken at specific intervals. The hematogenous Qxydationstherapie enriches the blood with high concentration of oxygen, similar to the ozone therapy in which an ozone-oxygen mixture is added. In the so-called Havlicek process will bypass the removed blood to a UV lamp and returned, the most common uses of autologous therapy are allergic diseases such as hay fever and bronchial asthma, chronic infections such as bronchitis, degenerative processes such as rheumatic diseases , skin disorders such as atopic dermatitis, eczema and acne. Furthermore, even in infections, circulatory problems, immune deficiency, insomnia, and hormonal disorders.

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