How does Vitaceptin help patients with oncological diseases cope with the side effects of chemotherapy?

Are there any side effects during conventional therapy? Yes, there are. However they depend on several factors – the type of chemotherapeutic products and the condition of the cancer patient’s immune system. 

Chemotherapy is the most powerful killer of cancer cells, but despite its indisputable benefits, it induces secondary side effects. There are also the so called ‘late side effects’, which may persist even after the termination of chemotherapy. 

The extermination of cancer cells leads to the destruction of the medulla as well and this affects a large number of healthy cells and useful bacteria, which are the backbone of one’s immune system. The number of white blood cells (leukocytes) is reduced as a result of chemotherapy. It is the harm caused on healthy cells that leads to these side effects. Most side effects are resolved after chemotherapy draws to an end, but there are some which must be treated immediately. Essential areas of the body with rapidly dividing cells are affected; serious side effects appear, with typical symptoms like: 

  • destruction of the medulla, which produces new blood cells; 
  • liver damage; 
  • gastrointestinal mucous membrane damage and symptoms of nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite. One of the reasons is the upset balance of the intestinal flora (dysbiosis). This is followed by digestion and nutrient absorption disorders, as well as oesophageal and intestinal inflammation. 
  • severe weakness, listlessness, and fatigue; 
  • increased blood glucose levels; 
  • aphthae in the oral mucous membrane – inflammation in the oral cavity; 
  • infections; 
  • anaemia; 
  • reduced leukocytes; 
  • emotional problems, stress after the whole experience. 


Fortunately, herbs are a wonderful means of relieving side effects. The right herbs will help conventional therapy rather than hinder it.

Vitaceptin consists of two biologically active components – Iresine celosia and Petiveria alliacea – which, due to their powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, effectively alleviate side effects or bring about their full disappearance. They boost immunity and recover the body’s protective functions. 

Vitaceptin effectively decreases the number of free radicals and prevents them from killing white blood cells while terminating the damage to the medulla. It contributes to higher and more stable levels of haemoglobin and platelets. 


Vitaceptin effect: 

  • An intensive detoxicating agent which supports immunity by inhibiting cellular intoxication; it enriches the body with oxygen and substances with antioxidant properties; it stimulates the medulla, which results in the formation of higher number of red blood cells – erythrocytes and haemoglobin, which reduces the risk of anaemia. 
  • It stimulates the main function of the liver to detoxicate the body, purging it of the toxins that accumulated as a result of chemo- and radiation therapy. 
  • It recovers and improves the normal function of the digestive system. 
  • It increases blood glucose levels by approximately 60%. 
  • It stimulates dendritic cells maturation (dendritic cells provide the main antigen of T-cells, which are part of the acquired immunity). They, together with B-lymphocytes, support immunological memory.
  • It normalises energy metabolism and alleviates oxidative stress on the body. 
  • It brings blood cells indices and haemoglobin in particular back to normal levels within a month. 

By taking Vitaceptin during chemo- and radiation therapy, patients:

  • do not lose appetite and do not experience symptoms of nausea and vomiting. 
  • feel more energetic and do not feel listless and weak. 
  • have normal defecation and cleaning of the gastrointestinal tract. 
  • have regulated blood glucose and haemoglobin levels. 

Vitaceptin may be used for prevention purposes as well as in combination with cytostatic therapy, 1 pill 3 times a day, preferably 30 minutes before a meal.