Environmental Medicine

The link between people and the environment

The permanent process of absorption and excretion between man and environment cannot remain without consequences in a completely industrialized world, a fact we see proven daily in our practice.

Everyone should be aware of everyday exposure to environmental toxins and their significance to our health.

It is clear that food production in fully industrialized agriculture can only be achieved using an vast number of chemicals such as fertilizers, insecticides, fungicides, herbicides, irradiation methods, genetic engineering, flavorings, preservatives, colorants, fragrances, antibiotics, artificial hormones, artificial sweeteners, all of which permanently affect the body's control systems when permanently ingested. An unlimited amount of fresh fruit, vegetables, salads, dairy products, and meat cannot be produced naturally every day. Even seafood is now almost always contaminated with mercury and microplastics.

Mercury, which we are now measuring at elevated levels in about 80% of our patients, is a direct neurotoxin and blocks 300 known enzyme systems in mammals. It is highly likely also to have an immediate detrimental effect on DNA.

The plasticizers, which are now detectable in almost all people, act as "endocrine disrupters," meaning that they negatively impact our hormone metabolism. Unlimited quantities of dairy products can only be produced with the help of cow doping, i.e., artificial hormones, various antibiotics, etc. And while the media are furious about doping in sport, they are largely silent about everyday doping in food production.

To these, we can add the daily exposure to the emissions of toxic household cleaners and numerous indoor toxins that we inhale and can concretely detect in blood or urine. And countless purely chemical body care products such as shampoos and soaps, whose surfactants affect the protective fat layers of the nervous system, along with lotions, hair dyes, etc. that we absorb through the skin have a long-term, toxic effect.

This mix of tens of thousands of everyday environmental toxins ultimately harms the immune system and causes underlying latent, long-term inflammation.

And this is where environmental medicine comes in: We precisely analyze the individual exposure of our patients using laboratory chemistry and can draw conclusions about existing or expected diseases from the patient's personal pattern of exposure to environmental pollutants. Environmental medicine aims to detect and precisely remove the foreign substances that have accumulated in the organism and to both relieve and support the affected organs and their functions. In this way, we can restore the self-regulation that is disrupted in sick people. To do this, we use a variety of detox therapy measures.

Environmental Medicine - Toxicology

Environmental medicine employs a variety of purposefully interlinked diagnostic and therapeutic procedures. The aim is to purify and remove established environmental toxins in connective tissue, fatty tissue, the nervous system, in the eyes, prostate, arteries, and capillaries, and consequently in all internal organs. Environmental toxins obstruct critical metabolic pathways and suppress the immune system.

  • Acid-base therapy and orthomolecular therapy (base minerals, trace elements, proteins, phospholipids)
  • Intestinal restoration – in more than 70% of our patients, we detect an underlying inflammation of the intestine
  • Naturopathic anti-inflammatory therapy
  • Activation of the body's natural detoxification systems
  • Naturopathic detoxification methods
  • Chelation therapy – heavy metal detoxification
  • Infusion therapies
  • INUSpheresis®

These are the principal therapy methods, which are adapted according to individual diagnosis. At BIOLOGICUM+ you will find an intelligent combination of ancient medical healing knowledge and advanced high-tech procedures.