This treatment is really effective and can be used for almost all types of allergies, from nickel to pollen and grass. It was conceived by Prof. Karl Hecht, Professor Emeritus of Clinical and Experimental Physiology at the Charitè University, Humboldt of Berlin. He experimented for a long time with the association of activated cininyltolite zeolite and spirulina for the treatment of allergies, developing the following protocol.
Prof. Karl Hecht has more than 800 scientific publications, 42 books, 29 patents. Speaker of 172 graduation theses. He is an effective member and honorary member of many international academies and many medical and scientific associations.
In Germany, where zeolite has been used for decades and spirulina arrived much earlier than in Italy, the professor had begun experimenting on his allergic patients various combinations of these two natural substances.
Zeolite is a volcanic mineral with the highest capacity in the world to absorb toxins. It is excellent for treating allergies as it absorbs the heavy metals responsible for many of them both indirectly (such as nickel allergy) and indirectly by eliminating toxic substances that can cause the onset of allergies (such as formaldehyde present in the paints and products for the home, and the same heavy metals that unbalance the hormonal function).
Pollution is subtle and not a dose dependent, as demonstrated by the poison of the snake poison, low doses are enough but targeted and unfortunately we have produced poisons. Suffice it to consider the wave of allergies that is affecting at least 15% of the population in Italy and which seems to be steadily increasing. As explained in this research by the Medical University of South Carolina, a dose 1000 times lower than that which causes symptomatic toxicity is sufficient to cause allergy.
Spirulina is a freshwater algae that grows in an alkaline environment and is one of the oldest life forms on the planet. Being an immunomodulator and rich in essential amino acids and beta-carotene inhibits allergic reactions. A 2008 study published in the Journal of Medicinal Food showed that spirulina is particularly effective among those suffering from allergic rhinitis.