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Infusio – Day Nine

October 16, 2014 was my ninth day at Infusio and it was also my 15 wedding anniversary! What a way to celebrate 🙂 I’m glad we were able to spend the weekend in Paris and celebrate early!

I didn’t get any treatments yesterday because it was stem cell injection day. Today, I got lots of “goodies”, including a massage. Bodywork is part of the five steps to health at Infusio, and the treatment plan they recommended included a one massage for each week I was here.

After my treatments, I felt very tired and took a long nap. As I mentioned earlier, it was my 15th wedding anniversary, so we decided to celebrate perusing the Frankfurt’s Konstablerwache Farmer’s Market, and we went to a wonderful bakery called Konditorei Chocolaterie Jochen Optiz. I rarely eat sweets, but figured our anniversary was a good excuse to cheat!

One thing I’ve loved about Germany is they don’t allow GMO foods, so even if something isn’t organic, you still can avoid the GMO’s. Sweet things like cake, also have much less sugar than in the U.S., and you can taste something else beside sugar and/or artificial flavors.

Here’s the summary of my treatments for day nine, my total treatment time was four hours.  Continue reading


Infusio – Day Six and Seven

My second week in Germany is moving right along! Monday was a rainy day that included some thunder, which was pretty exciting! I miss thunderstorms like I experienced growing up in Michigan.

We moved into the apartment next to Infusio that morning. I do miss the cute neighborhood where Couva was located however, it’s been very nice to have a full kitchen, bath tub, and lots of natural light. It also is not constantly 78 degrees in this apartment, so we’ve been sleeping much better, which is wonderful! Here’s some pictures of the Infusio apartment.

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Infusio – Day One and Two

Guten Tag from Frankfurt!


My first infusion

My first treatments at Infusio are complete! So far, it’s been less “scary” than I anticipated. The clinic looks just like it does on their website, very serene and calming. My wonderful husband spent the first day with me, which was super awesome because I had no idea what to expect.

We met Jasmin, the executive assistant who helped coordinate my visit. The doctor at the clinic, Michael Wittstadt, is also very nice, and answers any questions about the infusions and treatments. He’s been quite busy these first two days because the nurse who usually assists him is out sick. Continue reading