The toxic substances in the human being that activate defense mechanisms can be endogenous or exogenous. Endogenous homotoxins are produced by the body itself as waste products of the combustion of chemical elements that become part of the body (food, oxygen), essential for the maintenance of life. Let’s not forget that we need 37º C of temperature to be able to carry out all our organic functions. On the other hand, exogenous homotoxins are those that we acquire from extrinsic factors, either by our inadequate diet (preservatives, dyes, hormones, chemicals, etc.) or by what we breathe, what we drink, what we think or by what we inherit.
This concept of disease is what conditions biotherapy with Celltox 4G, which stimulates the body with its defense mechanisms so that it is our own vital energy that restores the effects of this altered order.
Celltox 4G is highly effective in the different stages that are present during the intoxication of the organism that traditionally begin at an early age through manifestations such as: otitis, conjunctivitis, tonsillitis, cystitis, etc. That is, because the body has not been able to eliminate all toxic substances naturally and, therefore, they begin to accumulate. The body then produces a reaction response to inflammation, fever, pain, etc. These reactions can occur in different tissues (ectoderm -skin, mouth, nerves-, endoderm -mucous and organs-, mesenchyme -bones, blood, lymph- and mesoderm -kidney, genitalia, muscles).
In other stages of intoxication, we find all the typical symptoms of benign organic toxic deposits (cysts, fibroids, warts, polyps, cholesterol, goiter, fat deposits, etc.).
Why is this happening?
Despite the organic effort to eliminate toxins, after producing a reaction phase the body is still not able to eliminate them all. What occurs is the deposit of residues in their least harmful way for us in an organ or tissue. The most dangerous stage of intoxication is when it reaches the interior of the cells causing damage to enzyme systems and cell structures. At this stage there is an alteration of the functions of cell membranes and over time affects not only cell membranes, but also intracellular functions. Diseases such as: liver cirrhosis, pulmonary tuberculosis, lupus, nephrosis, muscular dystrophy, schizoid disorders, myocardial infarction, cancer, etc. would develop here.