What is Cellsymbiosis Therapy?

The concept of Cellsymbiosis Therapy (CST) provides an ethical and therapeutic foundation that lets us to see the whole person, in all their variability and uniqueness, and to treat them accordingly.

CST comprises individually tailored therapeutic and regulatory steps that can be monitored using special laboratory testing (blood, urine, saliva, stool) as well as in-depth initial counselling and follow up session with the patient that can be documented scientifically, if necessary. The therapeutic efficacy of CST is revealed by the lab supported case histories published on the website of the Academy of Cellsymbiosis Therapy.

Addressing macro- and micronutrient deficiencies

Based on comprehensive laboratory analysis of blood, urine and stool samples an individually formulated blend of vitamins, minerals, trace elements, amino acids and enzymes are given either orally or via intravenous infusion. The aim is to re-establish the cells’ natural, optimum performance mode.

Diet and Intestinal Health

The intestines, as the largest absorption surface of the body, and the diet are of central importance. Following a thorough analysis of intestinal functionality, customised formulas are given in order to re-establish long-term intestinal balance. A wholesome, anti-inflammatory diet, formulated according to a specially developed food test, forms an integral part of the CST concept.


In many cases of chronic disease the energy supply of the Mitochondria is diminished. Often this is caused by an overload of toxic substances, such as heavy metals, solvents, chemicals or drugs. Once the body is sufficiently resupplied with macro and micronutrients an elimination therapy can be initiated. This involves administering special substances, either orally or via intravenous infusion.