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Neural Infusion drips

Procaine-Base-Infusion 

 

Procaine-Base-Infusion entails the administration of procaine, traditionally a local anaesthetic, intravenously as a complementary medicine to address a range of health issues. This therapeutic infusion is commonly employed for pain relief and immune system reinforcement. In Procaine-Base-Infusion therapy, procaine is administered intravenously in conjunction with sodium bicarbonate.

 

 

What exactly is Procaine-Base-Infusion?

Procaine possesses several properties: it induces relaxation by dampening the activity of the sympathetic nervous system, which governs the fight-or-flight response, thereby activating the parasympathetic nervous system, responsible for regeneration and relaxation. Additionally, procaine is reported to have vasodilatory, immune-boosting, lipid-lowering, and numerous other effects.


The beneficial effects of procaine were initially discovered by Professor Ana Aslan (born January 1, 1897, in Brăila; died May 8, 1988, in Bucharest) in the late 1940s. As a cardiologist, she employed procaine to treat vascular diseases and chronic joint issues due to its anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties. Beyond mere symptom relief, patients experienced an improvement in overall well-being. Her therapeutic approaches, known as Aslan Therapy, have left a significant mark on the history of complementary medicine and remain relevant to this day.

 

Effects of procaine

  • anti-inflammatory and antirheumatic

  • vasodilator

  • 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).

Indications for Procaine-Base-Infusion

  • Chronic pain syndromes and inflammations (such as rheumatic diseases, fibromyalgia, chronic headaches, chronic back pain)

  • Mental illnesses e.g. depression, anxiety and panic states

  • Burn-out, chronic fatigue and exhaustion

  • Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS, Sudeck’s disease)

  • Allergies and autoimmune diseases

 

 

 

Procedure of the Procaine-Base-Infusion

In general, the infusion is very well tolerated and side effects are very rare. We do not administer Procaine-Base-Infusion in advanced heart failure or higher-grade arrhythmias. 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.

 

 

prices & Bookings

Neural infusion is delivered via an IV drip over 30 - 60 minutes - £250. 

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