I’ve recently completed a very interesting course on micro immunotherapy and I am happy to integrate this therapy to my tool box.

But what is micro immunotherapy?

Micro immunotherapy is a therapeutic approach that utilizes ultra-low doses of molecules derived from biological substances to modulate the immune response and restore the efficacy of the immune system.

By administering these minute doses, the therapy seeks to bolster the body’s ability to identify and neutralize pathogens while also reigning in aberrant immune reactions characteristic of autoimmune disorders. Furthermore, micro immunotherapy aids in fortifying the immune system’s defenses against both chronic and acute illnesses by precisely targeting key immune pathways. This approach stands as a complementary strategy to conventional treatments, striving to recalibrate immune balance and enhance its efficacy in addressing a spectrum of immune-related ailments. It is entirely safe and can be administered to children and elderly too as the substances administered are at low or ultra-low doses that is at physiological levels or under.

Micro immunotherapy

Our Immune System

All diseases are related to the response of our immune system. Thus, the scope of micro immunotherapy goes from acute to chronic conditions. it can help in areas such as oncology, dermatology, neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer, infectious diseases such as Herpes, Papillomavirus, Epstein Barr or Lyme, auto-immune conditions like psoriasis or MS, long covid symptoms, chronic fatigue syndrome, mental health, IBD, and rheumatology to name a few.

In other words, micro immunotherapy is:

  • Administered sublingually like a lot of homeopathic remedies
  • Speaks the same language of your organism
  • It is well tolerated due being administered at low/ultra-low doses
  • It supports our immune system’s own regulatory capacity
  • It has no side effects
  • It can be integrated simultaneously to any treatment plan