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Praxis-Fragments 2024


What patients tell me – what is worth “keeping” and “sharing” is continually added to throughout the year


January 2024


Patient survived chemo (metastatic prostate Ca) really well

He gave me the following compilation, which he (Doctor) picked out himself. What is particularly noteworthy is the excellent response to chemo.

Here is the (incomplete) list of supplements and additional measures that I took during my chemotherapy with Docetaxel & I have taken or practiced prednisolone (9 x 101 mg in 250 ml NaCl). In my experience, this contributed significantly to my ability to tolerate chemotherapy well.

Occasional fatigue and temporary wandering pain (on the weekend after the infusion, ibuprofen 400 helps), numbness in the soles of the feet, and hair loss were the main side effects I observed.

Of course I had to manage my physical strength, but that wasn’t a major problem. During therapy, I was able to carry out my 24/7 nursing work without restrictions and also write a book.

I have been taking a variety of nutritional supplements for decades, and I won’t list them all here. The most important aspects of the therapy were:

  • Liposomal vitamin C, 1000 mg, 2×1/day
  • Vitamin D3 & K2, 5000 L.E. & 100 micrograms, 1x/day
  • Astaxanthin (fat-soluble antioxidant)
  • Resveratrol (water-soluble antioxidant)
  • Green Tea Extract (antioxidant)
  • L-Glutathione (antioxidant)
  • Shilajit Extract (source of Fulvic acid and other minerals)
  • Chlorophyll capsules
  • Phellinus linteus medicinal mushroom extract
  • Cordyceps medicinal mushroom extract
  • Liposomal milk thistle 2×2/day
  • Okoubaka D3 (homeopathic remedy for liver protection)
  • Panaceo Zeolite powder 3x/day, for 5 days after chemotherapy
  • Quercetin and liposomal turmeric, high doses on the morning of chemotherapy
  • The day before chemotherapy: Fast from midday, a cup of Maggi chicken broth with psyllium husks (ground) to combat hunger in the evening, then four dextrose squares (“Dextropur”) on the morning of chemotherapy (just before the start, no breakfast). Aim: “Insulin-potentiated chemotherapy”.
  • The day after chemotherapy and then every two days (as needed/desired): infrared sauna for 30 minutes (heat from 20-56 C); very helpful!


my comment: under no circumstances take VitC the day before – 2 days after chemotherapy, here shows this Study that OXIDATIVE STRess induced by chemo is significantly reduced by co-administration of VitC you weaken the chemo.

“Free VitC” has left the body after 8 hours and is no longer detectable in the blood; even at the highest doses it is flushed out immediately and effectively through the kidneys.