Autoimmune diseases

An excessive reaction by the immune system against the body's own tissues. The immune system recognises the body's own tissue as a foreign object to be fought, resulting in inflammatory reactions that can damage affected organs. Just like during a true defensive reaction against invading parasites, the body emits inflammatory substances (cytokines) after it recognises a "foreign body".
The autoantibodies the body forms are in the blood serum, and can therefore be used to create an ALLERGOSTOP® solution. Subsequent treatment through re-injection of diluted ALLERGOSTOP® solutions triggers the formation of new counteracting antibodies (anti-autoantibodies). This allows us to interrupt the proliferation and effects of the autoimmune disorder.