Autohemotherapy, or self-blood therapy, has been employed in a wide range of chronic disease conditions such as Lyme Disease, Chronic Cystic Acne, Neuropathy and other chronic infections that traditional treatment have been tried and failed. Several hundred articles on the subject have been published in mainstream medical journals, such as the Journal of the American Medical Association. Autohemotherapy is not an “alternative therapy”. The reported beneficial action of Autohemotherapy has been attributed to the presence of antigens in the blood, which stimulate the production of antibodies when injected into the tissues. The technique involves the withdrawal of a small amount of blood (depending on the patient’s condition) from the vein and the reinjection of the same blood back into a muscle or into the vein. The aim of the Autohemotherapy is to enhance the immune system’s ability to fight disease.