The Power of Nature

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The Power of Nature

The Power of Nature

Nature shows us the way. It provides millions of substances.

Plants, animals, bacteria and fungi provide us with substances. We just have to understand and access it. Let's take the flora as an example: the power of plants Plants, animals, bacteria, fungi supply us with substances. All we have to do is understand and reach out for them. Take the plant world as an example: the ability of plants to synthesise substances is breathtaking. Plants produce mixtures of substances that they use for very specific purposes. If we wish to make use of them, we must take a closer look. Which substance in a combination is exactly the one that can have a beneficial effect on people and which is not?
The formation of substances in plants serves its own purposes. A plant extract that is said to have positive effects on humans is initially a combination of different substances, many of which we do not even know about. Even if the accompanying substances have no harmful effect, they will in any case reduce the concentration of the active substance. We have made it our mission to change that.

Take curcumin, for example. Everyone knows "turmeric", the yellow component of curry, the product of a South East Asian shrub whose roots secrete an intensely yellow, pungent juice.

It has been known for years that the rate of colorectal cancer is low in countries where turmeric is used a lot, but that all other types of cancer are just as common, even more common than here in Germany. Many years ago, turmeric was tested for its anti-cancer properties and it was actually found to be effective against cancer. However, it is useless if you swallow it, as it is not absorbed through the intestines at all. And, the pure extract from the root, which is then pulverised, also contains a mixture called "curcuminoids". So let's take a closer look. We need the "one substance" that works. And it needs to be virtually 100% pure and made available to the body in such a way that the latter can use it and get it to where we want it to be: into the cancer cells.

In chemical terms, curcumin is a relatively simple molecule: diferuloyl methane. We don't wish to become too scientific at this point, we just wish to show what is important here. We spent two years working to make curcumin available to therapists as an infusion solution for their patients in order to harness the substance's long-known potential. Curcumin has anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer properties and prevents metastasis (source: Dr Bachmeier et al., LMU Munich).

Curcumin is just one example. This is true of many natural substances that can also be used in cancer therapy, but which are of no interest to the pharmaceutical industry because they cannot be patented. We devote all our attention to these natural substances and we have made it our business to make them available in the purest, tested and validated form as injections or infusions, in a controlled manner under therapeutic supervision.

It's an impossible task without the therapist as a competent contact person. We don't aim to set up an alternative to conventional medicine here. Rather, these therapies are "complementary" and can therefore improve and positively influence standard treatment.