September 2021 - Dr. Pascal Mensah (Mallorca, Spain) is a researcher on micro-immunotherapy and immunometabolism. He shares with us his testimonial about micro-immunotherapy. Click to read more...

“Micro-immunotherapy, as a low dose immunotherapy, provides support and helps in the regulation of the immune system. Within a therapeutic strategy it may aim to keep infections under control, manage inflammation or maintain the vitality of mitochondria”.

August 2021 - Ellen K. (Saxony, Germany) is a sporty person who spends her day-to-day actively and tells us about her experience with micro-immunotherapy. Click to read more...

“I started to suffer from diarrhea 15 years ago. At first it came sporadically, when I was nervous or faced with non-routine situations. These problems grew so much until April 2020, that a normal bowel movement became exceptional. Neither gastrointestinal endoscopies, laboratory tests, changing my eating habits and/or leaving out certain food helped me in the long run. Moreover, a clear and visible arthrosis appeared on my hands. Mobility shrank as pain grew. Bone fractures, surgeries and overexerted articulations led to swellings and thickenings.

Then I had the possibility to use micro-immunotherapy formulas without interrupting the intake of other medicines  —Mirtazapin for the psyche (since 2005) and Xareto as an anticoagulant due to a lung embolism and thrombosis (from November 2019 to October 2020).

Already during the first week of treatment, I felt that the swelling on my foot (operated in April 2019) and the corresponding movement limitations were decreasing. The combination of micro-immunotherapy and physiotherapy proved successful on the second day of treatment and allowed me to walk without pain after 3 months. However, due to arthrosis, a minor swelling still persists on the foot. Micro-immunotherapy was also beneficious regarding my intestinal problems; I could feel the first successes after only 2 weeks. 3 months later I was able to leave the house without fear of a possible diarrhea.”

July 2021 - Dr Josepa Rigau (Barcelona, Spain), MD, Cum Laude PhD from the Rovira i Virgili University after graduating in Medicine and Surgery, is specialized, among other fields, in biological and anti-aging medicine. Click to read more...

“Balance between tolerance and activity is the ideal situation of our immunity. The well-being of that immunity is primarily based on our digestive tract being in tolerance. We have micro-immunotherapy, a strategic asset to work, balance and try to collaborate with immunity either preventing it from breaking or recovering damaged processes (…). It is important to work on any functional alteration of the digestive tract, either of microbiota, digestion mechanism or inflammation. Otherwise, immunity is impaired, tolerance breaks and diseases show up”.

June 2021 - Inge Fröller (Germany) tells us about her experience with micro-immunotherapy and how she enjoys her favorite hobbies now that she is cured. Click to read more...

“A hallux rigidus and a very thin articular gap triggered the heavy pain that I have suffered in the metatarsophalangeal joint for three years. My daily life was thereby limited, since I could no longer engage in my favorite hobbies, like walking or hiking, without going through a lot of pain. Long mountain tours were only possible with painkillers. After a three-month treatment with a specific micro-immunotherapy formula, I have not felt any pain for two years and I enjoy walking long distances by myself, as I only feel a bit of fatigue in my legs when I am finished. The treatment being successful has motivated me so much that I also treat smaller symptoms with micro-immunotherapy.”

May 2021 - Dr. Sarah Myhill (UK) works as an Independent Medical Practitioner in the United Kingdom. She graduated in 1981 and then went on to specialising in Ecological Medicine. Click to read more...

“I think of it as a psychotherapy for the immune system. The aim of micro-immunotherapy is to re-educate the immune system for it to function correctly –stopping it from reacting either against benign substances (such as mites or grass pollen) or one self (autoimmune disease) with an inappropriate, painful and harmful inflammation. Micro-immunotherapy can as well retrain the immune system to target its inflammatory power towards a stealthy pathogen that hides within the body driving pathologies such as cancer or degenerative diseases.

Therefore, I have found that micro-immunotherapy fits perfectly into the medicine I practise. Several patients with ME (chronic fatigue syndrome with inflammation) have improved, one patient with Long Covid is seeing benefits and another with longstanding cancer, autoimmunity and severe arthritis, told me: “I’m terrified of giving up micro-immunotherapy. I am very grateful that it has worked so well. It has miraculously helped me with my gut and bowel.”

April 2021 - Irina Weihtrager (Austria) tells us about her experience with micro-immunotherapy and how it has helped her to recover her quality of life. Click to read more...

“I am 18 years old and sadly, despite my young age I can’t really enjoy good health. Lying in bed every two weeks with fever, limb pains, feeling exhausted and with a clouded consciousness has almost become a normal thing for me during the past few years. Traditional approaches have not yet been able to provide me neither an explanation nor consequently a suitable treatment. Fortunately, and thanks to my colleague Mag. Gabriela Gabriel, I learned about micro-immunotherapy, a treatment strategy that has already helped me a great deal. Since I started my treatment with micro-immunotherapy formulas, the frequency of the attacks has decreased considerably and I now have more hope that I will soon be leaving this unpleasant situation behind me. This type of therapy requires patience, since the results are not noticeable overnight, but patience comes with its rewards. I have regained my quality of life. Even if I’m not quite at the end of the road yet, I can now look ahead with confidence.”

March 2021 - Dr. med. Eleni Kavelara Lodge is a general practitioner in Munich, Germany. Click to read more...

“Looking back at 30 years of practicing integrative medicine, I must say that getting to know micro-immunotherapy has been the missing link in my systemic regulation diagnosis and therapy. Micro-immunotherapy is the most significant stepping stone to achieve a long-lasting, precise and measurable psycho-immunological impact both in acute and chronic diseases.”

February 2021 - Edna Ramirez (Colombia) tells us how micro-immunotherapy has helped her to improve her immunity. Click to read more...

“In October 2016, after a routine medical check-up, I was diagnosed with Human Papillomavirus (HPV) genotype 16, categorized as a high-risk genotype. I pursued follow-ups every 6 months, which showed no new developments until September 2019, when they detected several injuries and cysts in my uterus. The doctor mentioned that the virus was unlikely to disappear, and that for the moment being the affected tissue had to be removed. Therefore, I started to search for other treatments, which led me to micro-immunotherapy. After finishing my treatment with micro-immunotherapy during the first semester of 2020, I kept going to follow-ups every 6 months: the injuries were gradually disappearing and there was no need for surgery. No injury was found during the last check-up in December 2020, neither was any virus detected in the HPV testing. Thanks to micro-immunotherapy, my body managed to eliminate the virus completely.“

January 2021 - Dr. Michael Artmann (Australia), is a General Practitioner at the Beechmont Natural Clinic in Australia. He has been practicing integrative medicine since 1982. Click to read more...

“Despite the fact that I have been using micro-immunotherapy for only two and a half years, it has already become essential in my daily clinical practice. Especially with my chronic fatigue, post-viral, Lyme-like patients I see significant improvement after a short time. It is an extremely valuable complement to my clinical practice for all types of chronic diseases.”