Aluminum foe and friend of the brain

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THEoligoetherapy catalytic uses thealuminum for the brain and its functions. Most of the remedies used in catalytic oligotherapy are metals and metalloids present in nature, and in small doses also in the human body, essential for the proper functioning of our organism and whose deficiency induces even serious physiological and structural alterations. 


Aluminum is a widespread chemical element in the earth's crust in the form of compounds (clay, bauxite, kaolin) and is used in catalytic oligotherapy for therapeutic purposes, although not part of the trace elements essential. Is situated in traces in foods (algae, apples and brewer's yeast) and in our body, the greatest concentrations are located in the lungs, liver, thyroid and brain. 


In its natural state it is best to avoid it, as, basically toxic. Deadly encephalopathies have been observed in people with renal insufficiency, as well as cardiomyopathies and bone decalcifications with spontaneous fractures. Neurons also undergo alterations when the aluminum concentration exceeds four micrograms per gram of brain substance. Studies have shown that severe aluminum intoxication causes symptoms similar to those of senile dementia. In the brains of those affected by the Alzheimer's disease aluminum levels were found to be 10 to 30 times higher than normal. The relationship between aluminum and Alzheimer's disease should advise avoiding the use of aluminum-coated substances for cooking.


Small amounts of soluble aluminum salts present in the blood cause a form of slow poisoning, characterized by motor paralysis and numbness of some parts of the body, with fatty degeneration of the kidneys and liver. Anatomical changes in the nerve centers and symptoms of gastrointestinal inflammation may also occur. These symptoms are the result of the body's effort to eliminate the poison.


 

Aluminum in catalytic oligotherapy

However, in the trace element form aluminum is a regulator of cerebra functionsli: acts on the central nervous system, the brain, the brain stem and the spinal cord. Trace elements, in fact, are gods biocatalysts capable of activating the chemical and metabolic reactions, essential to life and their deficiency induces structural and physiological alterations. When given at the right doses, they prevent and heal various ailments. They are present in infinitesimal quantities in all living organisms (in plants, animals and humans) and only in this way are they easily assimilated, as they possess a molecular form that does not cause accumulations in the organism, nor intoxication. 

Taken as a remedy catalytic oligotherapy, aluminum for the brain is excellent: it promotes the recovery of cognitive faculties; it is useful in the treatment of insomnia caused by stress; stimulates a normal Develop or a recovery of cognitive faculties in hypoteactive children and an optimal adaptive response in adults under stressful conditions. It is usually indicated for those who have difficulty concentrating e poor memory from intellectual 'overmenage' and for hyperactive people for whom the problems of the day surface when they fall asleep. Although in high doses it is a toxic metal, in the form of a trace element, aluminum appears to have one inhibitory action on certain enzymes and is useful in difficulties, slowness e intellectual deficiency, in Mongolism, in overexertion and in cerebral asthenia. Furthermore, aluminum has a beneficial effect on the ossification cartilages of the fetus and small child, and on the cartilages of the articular friction surfaces. 


 

Aluminum for the brain: intake and contraindications

Aluminum for the brain is friend and foe and for this reason it is a trace element that must be prescribed with caution. Aluminum is present in our tissues with an average rate of 1 mg per kg and a healthy and balanced diet covers the daily needs of this trace element.


In fact, in the domestic environment it is good do not use aluminum pans, for the preparation of acidic foods (for example, for salads dressed with vinegar or lemon, avoid aluminum containers) aluminum foil when cooking meat and fish. Aluminum contamination when cooking food would be responsible for digestive tract diseases and even cancer. The normal rate is 1 mcg per 100 milliliters. 

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