Detoxing by plasmapheresis
Plasmapheresis (from Greek. apheresis = to remove, to take away) is a special treatment method that divides the blood into its parts and cleans the plasma of pathogenic and toxic components. It is suitable for treating autoimmune and systemic diseases and to remove substances hazardous to health, such as pesticides, insecticides and heavy metals.
The blood is cleaned outside of the body. A cannula in the arm vein will route blood into a circulation outside of the body, thus separating the blood cells from the blood plasma. The plasma is pumped through a filter. The cleaned blood then returns to the body.
Before applying plasmapheresis, we will apply high-tech blood analysis in order to determine whether certain toxic substances can be documented in the patient’s blood. If some of these values are exceeded, we recommend blood cleansing.
- Heavy metals
This is a summarising designation for so-called protective agents that are used area-comprehensively in agriculture. The herbicide glyphosate that is often used in agriculture prevents the transfer of phosphorus and amino acids within vegetable, animal and human signal chains that are necessary to survive. It cannot be shown that glyphosate alone or in combination with other herbicides can cause cancer.
Potentially genotoxic protective agents/pesticides:
- Herbicides (weed destruction agent)
- Rodenticides (against rodents)
- Nematicides (against threadworms)
- Acaricides (against mites and arachnids)
- Molluscicides (against snails)