In this article we would like to give you an overview of Procaine-Base-Infusion therapy.
Procaine-Base-Infusion is a complementary medicine treatment method in which procaine, a chemical compound, is administered intravenously to treat various health problems. This infusion therapy is often used to relieve pain and support the immune system.
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What is Procaine-Base-Infusion?
Procaine-Base-Infusion therapy is an established complementary medical treatment. This is used for various diseases and complaints, especially chronic pain and inflammation in the body (the so-called silent inflammation). In addition, procaine has other important properties: it has a relaxing effect because it lowers the activity of the sympathetic nervous system, the part of our autonomic nervous system responsible for the fight and flight response, and thus promotes the parasympathetic nervous system, the regenerative and relaxing part of our autonomic nervous system. Furthermore, procaine is said to have vasodilatory, immunostrengthening, blood lipid-lowering and many other effects.
Procaine has long been used in medicine as a local anesthetic and also in complementary medicine for so-called neural therapy. Here, through the targeted application of procaine (e.g. subcutaneously or specifically in nerve clusters = ganglia), interference fields are eliminated with sometimes impressive second phenomena. With Procaine-Base-Infusion therapy, procaine is administered intravenously along with sodium bicarbonate.
The positive effects of procaine were first discovered by Professor Ana Aslan (* January 1, 1897 in Brăila; † May 8, 1988 in Bucharest) in the late 1940s. She was a cardiologist and used it to treat diseases of the vessels and also for chronic joint problems due to its anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects. She referred to procaine as a “drug fit for a king” and was very enthusiastic about the rapid successes with procaine. In addition to symptom relief, there was also an improvement in the patients’ general well-being. Her forms of therapy went down in the history of complementary medicine as the so-called Aslan Therapy. Her findings are still valid today.
Procaine-Base-Infusion in its current form has been performed since the 1990s. In Procaine-Base-Infusion, procaine is administered intravenously along with sodium bicarbonate. It is considered one of the standard therapies for inflammation, pain and many other chronic conditions due to the multiple effects of procaine.
Effects of procaine
The effects of procaine include:
- anti-inflammatory and antirheumatic
- balancing the autonomic nervous system (sympathicolysis), calming
- antidepressant and antianxiety
- lowers muscle tone, relaxes muscles
- Sympathico-lytic: lowers the sympathetic tone (the activating part of the autonomic nervous system).
- Histamine-lowering and anti-allergic
Indications for Procaine-Base-Infusion
- Chronic pain syndromes and inflammations (such as rheumatic diseases, fibromyalgia, chronic headaches, chronic back pain)
- Joint diseases, arthrosis, rheumatic complaints
- Mental illnesses e.g. depression, anxiety and panic states
- Burn-out, chronic fatigue and exhaustion
- Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS, Sudeck’s disease)
- Within the framework of complementary cancer therapy
- Allergies and autoimmune diseases
- Acidification of the body
- Cardiovascular diseases e.g. arteriosclerosis
We often combine Procaine-Base-Infusion with other forms of therapy. For example, with heavy metal detoxification (see also chelation therapy), since an alkaline environment supports detoxification. We regularly use the Procaine-Base-Infusion also after a high-dose ozone therapy according to Lahodny (OHT) to enhance and support the effects of ozone therapy. As part of a complementary cancer therapy, it is often combined with high-dose vitamin C administration.
Procedure of the Procaine-Base-Infusion
In general, the infusion is very well tolerated and side effects are very rare. Do not administer Procaine-Base-Infusion in advanced heart failure or higher-grade arrhythmias. You will be informed by us in detail in a conversation and a detailed anamnesis will be taken, in which we of course ask all important points. The dose is increased from therapy to therapy. To achieve a therapeutic effect, it is necessary to administer 2 times a week and at least 5-10 infusions in total.
For further information, please do not hesitate to contact us. Feel free to contact us anytime and arrange an appointment if you have any questions.
Stay healthy and informed!
Dr. Stefan Rohrer
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