It is the part of medicine dedicated to cellular rehabilitation. Its goal is to restore the chemical balance of the body. This objective is achieved through the use of natural substances and elements, such as vitamins, minerals, trace elements, amino acids, probiotics, coenzymes, which will allow biochemical rebalancing, neutralizing toxic effects and improving quality of life.

We can say that orthomolecular medicine is a preventive and curative medicine, for example, we can treat a person who is stressed, before it triggers a stomach ulcer or a HBP crisis or a pancreatic dysregulation and produce diabetes, or post psychological shock an immune blockade.

Orthomolecular medicine intervenes at two levels: preventive, which maintains the biocellular energy balance, and curative, which is when deficiencies in cellular nutrients are manifest.

Orthomolecular medicine tries to maintain an optimal molecular balance between our internal and natural elements such as enzyme balance, endocrine balance and nutritional balance.

Examples of trace elements used for diseases include:

• Mn (manganese) can cure an allergic person.

• Cu-Au-Ag (copper-gold-silver) can do the same thing with Hodgkin's disease.

• The Mn-Cu (manganese-copper) can prevent a person from getting the flu, colds, thus raising the defenses.