Multiple Sclerosis (MS): A 3rd Conflict in the Mix

As if two conflicts weren’t enough, a third conflict appears for MS as compared to Parkinson’s Disease (PD) which was discussed inPart 2 of the series.  With PD we have a motor conflict and a self-devaluation conflict (SDC) operating at the same time.  With MS, a separation conflict enters the picture.  It actually sets the whole stage for MS.  Separation conflicts affect the skin of the body.  Whereas less intense separation conflicts affect epidermal skin, extreme separation conflicts affect the skin that covers the bones, which is called the periosteum.  This can be a bit of a complicated conflict to describe, but it can arise due to one of the following:  if pain is involved in the separation from someone; if pain is suffered on the periosteum due to an accident, for example; desperately wanting to separate from somebody or something; not wanting to feel something, including pain itself; or, a conflict of not being able to feel.  
In the conflict active phase of the separation conflict, numbness occurs in the affected area of the body and that part of the body feels very cold.  We also see memory impairment or short term memory loss problems here.  If the conflict is resolved, the first part of the healing phase exhibits worsening of numbness, cold extremities, and memory impairment. 
Pausing for a moment, if a person goes to the doctor with the above symptoms while they are in the conflict active or first part of the healing phase, the symptoms are often labeled as MS.  When a person hears they may have MS, a diagnosis shock can occur as they visualize themselves potentially worsening and having to live life in a wheelchair and/or not being able to move around easily.  This is when the motor conflict occurs as a person fears losing one’s mobility.
And, as we saw with PD in Part 2 of the series, once a motor conflict sets in, it is often only a matter of time that a SDC onsets if a person is unaware of the symptoms to expect as healing occurs.  To summarize, in the conflict active phase of MS, we see numbness due to the separation conflict, partial muscle paralysis due to the motor conflict as a result of the diagnosis shock, and muscular atrophy due to the SDC.  If these conflicts are resolved, we see tingling, hypersensitivity, and intense rheumatic-like pain.  Additionally, the motor paralysis worsens as well as the muscle atrophy.  In the epi-crisis, or intense point of the healing phase, uncontrolled twitching or muscle spasms occur.  In the second half of the healing phase, conditions of the body go back to normal, if a person is aware that the symptoms just described are signaling healing.

The longer a person has had PD or MS, the more layers of emotional conflict have likely occurred (see Part 1Part 2, and Part 3 of the series for more detail).  More conflicts, not surprisingly, translate into a more intense display of symptoms and often markedly decreased morale. 
That being said, it is still possible to begin to resolve conflicts and to optimize healing.  Certain cases may take longer than others.  Patience is helpful in this process.  Having too many symptoms healing all at once may be too exhausting or intense for a person, so it is optimal to allow the healing to occur gradually.  A person may be able to resolve his symptoms through awareness of German New Medicine (GNM) concepts alone.
Certain emotional conflicts may be more stubbornly ingrained and so gentle use of energy therapies such as the Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT), also known as “tapping”, can be used effectively in the process of the conflict resolution.  A note of caution needs to be stated here.  Since intense motor conflicts may often result in an epilectic seizure in the epi-crisis of the healing phase, medical care should be close at hand for a client who is intentionally focused on resolving a motor conflict.  This is true whether or not the client is resolving the conflict through practical solutions and/or cognitive shifts, or, if the client is receiving an energy therapy intervention such as EFT. 
An advanced approach utilizing EFT, called Matrix Reimprinting, allows one to revisit a conflict event, to allow resolution retroactively.  It can be hypothesized that reduction of the intensity of the conflict event retroactively results in the lessening of the intensity of the healing symptoms, including that of the epi-crisis.  Studies will need to be done on this to reveal if that is, indeed, the outcome. 
EFT is also wonderfully helpful in the reduction of intensity of healing symptoms, during the time when one or more conflicts has been resolved.  “Taking the edge off” of pain, trembling, and tingling allows a person to progress through the healing with more ease, comfort, and potentially less reliance on medications to dull pain and other unsavory symptoms that may slow down the healing process.
An important point to keep in mind is that, if a client is prescribed anticonvulsants by her doctor, this may keep the healing phase from being completed, as the natural course of healing, a seizure, is suppressed.  Certainly no one would want to undergo a seizure, and there are risks involved if one occurs.  A weighing of the pros and cons need to be undertaken between a patient and her doctor.  A doctor who is aware of the science of GNM may possibly be the best guide for a person who intends to optimize their healing of PD or MS.  Alternatively, working with a health practitioner who understands GNM and is willing to communicate with your medical doctor about the approach, is an option as well, since there is only a small, yet growing, number of MDs, DOs & DCs (chiropractors) that work through the lens of GNM.
This is the final article of a four-part series on Parkinson’s and MS.  Part 1 discusses the common factor in Parkinson’s & MS, Part 2 discusses an additional conflict that creates Parkinson’s, and Part 3 looks at a third factor involved in MS.
To learn more about GNM and EFT and how they can be used to assist in healing, check out LifeCore’s blog or contact Lauren for more information.
https://www.lifecoreonline.com/blog/part-4-optimizing-healing-parkinsons-multiple-sclerosis
*Lauren Sonnenberg, LMHC, D.PSc, CAP is not a medical doctor (MD) nor is LifeCore a medical treatment facility, and any information presented here on GNM is strictly educational and is not a replacement for medical advice.  



German New Medicine (GNM)® Parkinson’s Disease (PD)

Parkinson’s Disease (PD) & Multiple Sclerosis (MS) are conventionally deemed diseases that have no cure.  German New Medicine (GNM)®reveals for us information that is contrary to that which is commonly accepted. According to GNM, some diagnoses have only one emotional conflict involved. For both PD and MS, there is more than one conflict occurring simultaneously. Let’s first look at the causative emotional conflict they both have in common: a motor conflict. A motor conflict can be defined as a conflict of not being able to escape or not being able to get away or flee.
The particular muscles of the body that are affected directly correlate to the nature of the conflict.  GNM defines the correlations as such: 
-The legs are affected when the conflict is experienced as feeling trapped , as if pinned by a vehicle or by the thought of having to use a wheel chair, feeling imprisoned, unable to follow, keep up, climb, or the figurative thought of not being able to climb up in one’s position at work, e.g., not being promoted. 
-The hands, arms, & legs are affected when we are unable to hold something literally or figuratively, unable to hold on to somebody, e.g., a loved one moves on and one is powerless to stop it, or unable to push away someone or something.
-The shoulders &/or back are affected when we are unable to get out of the way or step aside fast enough.
-The face is affected when one has “lost face”, been made fun of, or ridiculed.
During the time when the conflict is active, a person experiences paralysis of the affected muscles.  If the conflict is resolved, in the first half of the healing phase, a person experiences weakness and the paralysis actually intensifies due to the connected brain edema that is occurring at the same time.  When the healing phase reaches its height, known as the epi-crisis, two things can occur:  1) an epilepctic seizure, or, 2) uncontrolled twitching, trembling, muscle spasm.  Granted, both of those sound rather awful.  They are, however, less awful when you know that they are the symptoms indicating that healing is occurring.  That knowledge is crucial to keep a person from having further emotional conflicts that snowball into PD or MS when those symptoms occur.  Without that knowledge, a person thinks he is getting worse, when, in fact, he is actually completing the healing of the motor conflict.
Think of the paralysis that occurs in the conflict active phase as a live electric cord being cut in half.  When the healing is at its peak, it is as if the two livewire cords are being touched together again and sparks occur.  This is the musculature being re-enlivened!  What happens during the motor conflict is the same as we see in nature with many animals using the “fake dead” reflex as a survival mechanism.
https://www.lifecoreonline.com/blog/part-1-common-factor-parkinsons-multiple-sclerosis
*Lauren Sonnenberg, LMHC, D.PSc, CAP is not a medical doctor (MD) nor is LifeCore a medical treatment facility, and any information presented here on GNM is strictly educational and is not a replacement for medical advice.  

Parkinson’s Disease (PD): One More Conflict

One can imagine that going through paralysis followed by a seizure or twitching, trembling, or spasms is certainly scary.  It has to be even more daunting when those symptoms don’t alleviate entirely, largely because a person thinks they are getting worse and therefore “more stuck” and they then re-experience a
motor conflict (see Part 1) and the cycle continues.  German New Medicine® (GNM) calls this “hanging healing” when the healing phase is not completed because of re-occurring conflicts. 
Thereafter, the next type of conflict often occurs when a person makes the realization that “my body’s not functioning”.  This conflict is called a “self-devaluation conflict” (SDC) (see this former blog article for more details).  In this case, it is an SDC in relation to being able to move, e.g. “my body is no longer strong or capable”.  In the conflict active phase, you have muscular atrophy.  If the conflict is resolved, the muscle would be repaired and one would experience inflammation, pain, and/or swelling until the healing was complete.
However, that conflict is not resolved for most people with Parkinson’s (PD) because they don’t have reason to believe that their temporary functioning issue is only temporary. 
Therefore, most of what we see with PD is someone who suffers some form of paralysis due to the ongoing motor conflict coupled with an SDC in the conflict active phase.  Should the SDC be resolved, the healing symptoms of the SDC may often make a person believe they are getting worse.  Therefore, the cycle continues, and then a person suffers re-occurring conflicts that spiral a person downward.
https://www.lifecoreonline.com/blog/part-2-parkinsons-disease-one-more-conflict



Most common associated root causes found in Parkinson’s patients include:
  • High toxic load – especially neurotoxins in the form of heavy metals, solvents, and food additives.
  • Multiple pathogens – viral and bacterial infections.
  • Nutritional imbalance
  • Poor oxygenation
  • Excess entrapped protein
  • Energetic blockages that contribute to poor cell-to-cell communication
  • Unresolved emotional issues
  • Dr. Yoshiaki Omura, MD
  • Localized deposits of Hg (mercury) and Al (aluminum) in the caudate nucleus (one of three basic structures that make up the basal ganglia)
  • Viral and bacterial infections, most commonly cytomegalovirus (CMV) and human herpesvirus 6 (HHV-6)
Mental anxiety and overactivity causes excessive release of the stress hormone cortisol which inhibits ATP cell production through blocking glucose in brain cells. Research indicates Parkinson’s is triggered by mental stress and loss of sleep.”
- The Journal of Homeostasis in Health and Disease, 1999

DETOX -Attention

Detoxing the patient from heavy metals can be an elegant smooth experience or roller-coaster ride. The problems that occur can always be resolved with the use of autonomic response testing (ART). Without the use of ART and addressing the psychological issues (with APN), embarking on a heavy metal detox program can be unsatisfying, incomplete, sometimes dangerous and may not lead to resolution of the underlying medical condition. We recommend that each patient undergoing a metal detox program stays under the supervision of an experienced and qualified practitioner. There are many more ways to approach metal detox. However, many roads I have witnessed also did not lead to complete resolution of the underlying problem and are shortsighted. The practitioner should avoid short term interventions for long term issues and should not underestimate the depth and magnitude of the underlying problem.
Dr. Klinghardt

Dr. Yoshiaki Omura

Director of Medical Research at the Heart Disease Foundation in New York
Dr. Omura was treating several patients with a type of eye infection. He was using a standard antibiotic. Their symptoms would clear up… but they would return within a few months.
Dr. Omura discovered that the organisms causing the infection seemed to be hiding in parts of the body that had high concentrations of heavy metals like mercury, lead, and aluminum. It appeared that the organisms were using the metals to protect themselves from the antibiotics.
Heavy metals are excreted in the urine. So he began testing his patients’ urine. And he noticed that the mercury level in one patient’s urine increased after he ate a Vietnamese soup.
He identified an ingredient in the soup – a leaf – that was responsible for this effect - Chinese parsley -chpriander - Cilantro.
Japanese researchers studied its effects on lead. They gave mice lead in their drinking water for 32 days. Then they administered Chinese parsley for 25 days (from day seven on).
The conclusion: “Chinese parsley has suppressive activity on lead deposition, probably resulting from the chelation of lead by some substances contained in Chinese parsley.”
He recommends cilantro to remove mercury from the brain. He found that five grams per day was the minimum dose for chelation. That’s about one teaspoon. The treatment should be continued for at least two to three months.
You can buy fresh cilantro at the grocery store. It’s a common ingredient in Mexican, Caribbean, and Asian cooking.
The leaves can also be made into a tea. Chop eight or more teaspoons. Steep, covered, in a quart of boiling water for 20 minutes. But don’t do this in a metal container. Remember, cilantro is a powerful chelator. It will leach the metal into the tea.


EMOTIONS - TOXINS

For each unresolved psychological issue there is an equal amount of toxins stored in the body.

'Each unresolved psycho-emotional conflict or each unresolved past trauma causes the body to lose the ability to successfully recognize and excrete toxic substances. Also each entanglement or limiting connection with another family member, unhealed relationships and unhealthy, non-life affirmative attitudes limit the organism's ability to detoxify itself. In fact, the type of retained metal or other toxin and the body compartment where it is stored, can be predicted with a high degree of certainty by knowing what type of unresolved psycho-emotional conflict is present in a client and at what age the associated event occurred.'


When the patient starts to effectively detoxify on the physical level, repressed emotional material moves from the unconscious to the more superficial subconscious part of the brain. Instead of feeling better from the lessened toxin burden, the patient will often start to experience unpleasant inner states of being, e.g. tension, anxiety, sadness or anger. This is commonly mistaken as a side effect of the medications used for detoxification or as an unspecified “detox reaction”. When this emotional material is not dealt with, the body stops releasing further toxins - the tension or discrepancy between the unresolved psycho-emotional material and the already released physical toxins is too large. Both are out of balance – the toxin container is less full than the container with the unresolved emotions. Unless appropriate psychological intervention is chosen as the next step in treatment, detoxification cannot progress.

Microorganisms use their respective neurotoxins to gradually achieve control over our immune system, our behavior, our thinking, and every aspect of our biochemistry. It is the microbial neurotoxins that are responsible for many, if not most poison-related symptoms, not the poisons themselves.
For each equivalent of stored toxins there is an equal amount of pathogenic microorganisms in the body (Milieu theory of Bechamp).

The immune system in a client with unresolved psycho-emotional material and compartmentalized toxins is unable to recognize and eliminate the microorganisms present in the toxic areas of the body“ stealth organisms”
The Detoxification Axiom:
For each unresolved psycho-emotional conflict or trauma there is an equivalent of stored toxins and an equivalent of pathogenic microorganisms. To successfully detoxify the body, the three issues have to be addressed simultaneously.
The triad of detoxification:
Detoxing the patient from heavy metals can be an elegant smooth experience or roller-coaster ride. The problems that occur can always be resolved with the use of autonomic response testing (ART). Without the use of ART and addressing the psychological issues (with APN), embarking on a heavy metal detox program can be unsatisfying, incomplete, sometimes dangerous and may not lead to resolution of the underlying medical condition. We recommend that each patient undergoing a metal detox program stays under the supervision of an experienced and qualified practitioner. There are many more ways to approach metal detox. However, many roads I have witnessed also did not lead to complete resolution of the underlying problem and are shortsighted. The practitioner should avoid short term interventions for long term issues and should not underestimate the depth and magnitude of the underlying problem.


Every sickness has its very definite conflictolysis (conflict resolution) (CL). In a one-cycle sickness, Hamer thinks it will be easy to definitively find the CL in the future. It will be difficult when the situation is a "hanging conflict" where there is no CL (yet). It is also difficult where there are constant relapses and accompanying conflict resolutions. We then speak of "hanging healing". An example of "hanging healing" is Parkinson's disease, where the trembling (mostly of hands) indicates a healing phase, and the patient suffers a conflict relapse most nights in a dream state.

https://www.newmedicine.ca/overview.php

CONFLICT RELAPSES OR "TRACKS"
 
When we experience a conflict shock (DHS), our mind is in a state of acute awareness. Highly alert, our subconscious picks up all components associated with the particular conflict situation, e.g., the location, the weather condition, people involved, sounds, smells, and so forth. In German New Medicine, we call the imprints that remain in the aftermath of a DHS, TRACKS.
The conflict-related Biological Special Program runs on tracks, established at the moment of the DHS
 
If we are in the healing phase and set on one of the tracks, either through direct contact or by association, the conflict is instantly reactivated, and after a quick conflict "replay", so-to-speak, the conflict-organ-related healing symptoms follow right away, for example, a skin rash after a "separation conflict"-relapse, common cold symptoms with setting on a track of a "stink conflict", breathing difficulties or even an asthma attack in association with a "fear in the territory", or diarrhea with a "indigestible morsel conflict"-relapse. The "allergic reaction" can be triggered by anything or anybody who is associated with the original DHS - a food substance, certain pollen, animal hair, a certain perfume, but also a person (see Article Allergies). In conventional medicine (both allopathic and naturopathic), the main cause of allergies is believed to be a "weak" immune-system.

The biological purpose of the track is to function as a warning signal in order to avoid experiencing the same "danger" (DHS) a second time. In the wild, these alarm signals are vital for survival.

Tracks always have to be taken into consideration, when we are dealing with re-occurring conditions such as recurring colds, asthma attacks, migraines, skin rashes, epileptic seizures, hemorrhoids, bladder infections, and so on. Of course, any cancer relapse has to be understood from this perspective as well. Tracks also play a role in"chronic" conditions, such as arteriosclerosis, arthritis, Parkinson, or MS
http://www.germannewmedicine.ca/documents/secondlaw.html





Pleomorphic Isopathic Therapy

Pleomorphic Isopathic Therapy
  • "Pleomorphic." Pleo means many. Morphic means forms. The term applies to micro-organisms that have the ability to change form, hence multiple forms or pleomorphic.
  • "Isopathic." Iso means same. Pathic means disease state. The term applies to the use of micro-organism that are of the same pathology that is causing the problem that is being treated.
Pleomorphic Isopathic therapy and concepts has been puzzling to the traditional medical doctor. Are they Isopathic? Homeopathic? Microbial Cycle? Inverse Potencies? Do this Monday through Friday, but not on Saturday or Sunday?
Consider this analogy:  A freely flowing stream passing through the forest harbors various life forms that assist in maintaining the health of that stream. There are large and extremely small organisms that inhabit that stream. Now, should that stream become polluted from say, some industrial complex, the stream would no longer support the same life that was living there.  New forms of life, particularly microorganisms, would be found in that stream. The stream is still supporting life, just in a less desirable form than we humans may prefer.
If that stream were to now be cleaned of its pollutants, then life within that stream would change correspondingly.  The preexisting organisms, to the degree that they were available, would return to inhabit that stream.
Pleomorphic Isopathic Therapy is designed for humans to facilitate this restoration process by introducing like-organisms (Isopathic organisms) to that stream and change their form to more supportive forms (pleomorphism). This would expedite the re-population process and serve to assist in reducing the number of less favorable organisms that had come to inhabit that little body of water.
In respect to the Pleomorphic Isopathic Therapy, a similar process is also possible within the body, Should the human organism become polluted, new life forms would inhabit the human "stream." Life would still exist, just in a form that would most likely be less favorable to the host organism.  If you clean up the milieu by balancing pH, changing diet, modifying stress, etc. and then introduce favorable forms of the preexisting microorganisms you can reestablish the original milieu and microorganism base.
  1. pH Modulators – buffers and other products can effect pH, where in the body (inside the cell, the blood, the urine, etc.) the pH is influenced by the type modulator used
  2. Fungal phase remedies – influence certain types of microorganism, are often used daily (include PLEO/SANUM and SANPHARMA products)
  3. Bacterial phase remedies - stimulate an immune response and are usually used one to three times per week (PLEO/SANUM and SANPHARMA products)
  4. Drainage remedies - facilitate elimination; they are generally used on a cyclic basis and are homeopathic in nature (companies that I have found useful include the products from UNDA, APEX, HEEL and PEKANA).  Some are administered orally or may be injected.  Physical therapy techniques can also assist in drainage.
  5. Botanical remedies – herbs that support biochemical and organ function
  6. Vitamin/Mineral Support – ideally whole food concentrates
  7. Gland regulators – glandular, protomorphogen, or nutritional support products that optimize a specific organ’s function
  8. Polysan remedies - used as an assessment and also topically as a "desensitization" type treatment of hereditary, miasmic conditions
  9. Sanukehls are polysaccharide haptene tissue cleansers- they are used daily for several months, followed by a month rest period.
  10. http://www.drkaslow.com/html/isopathic_products.html

WHAT ARE HOMEOPATHIC REMEDIES? by Dr. Kaslow

WHAT ARE HOMEOPATHIC REMEDIES?
Homeopathy works to clear the body, at a cellular or energetic level, of metabolic disturbances. Homeopathic medicine is non-toxic. Many people confuse homeopathy with herbal therapy, vitamins, minerals.
The most common homeopathic remedies are liquids or lactose/sugar pellets or wafers impregnated with the liquid remedy. Some liquid forms contain alcohol to preserve the remedy. Non-alcoholic liquids are used whenever possible or pellets/wafers may be used if alcohol is undesirable. Also available are ointments and herbal tinctures for first aid help in the case of injuries such as wounds, burns, bruises, insect bites.
http://www.drkaslow.com/html/homeopathy.html

The Klinghardt Neurotoxin Elimination Protocol - The Neural Therapy



The Klinghardt Neurotoxin Elimination Protocol

Chlorella is removing virtually all toxic metals from the gut but has too little effect on mercury stored in the brain
Intravenous glutathione may reach the intracellular environment, even in the brain, but is fairly ineffective in removing mercury from the gut
Penicillamine Cuprimine or Depen used to treat Wilson's disease - an inherited disorder affecting copper metabolism, causing cirrhosis of the liver, brain, eye problems, rheumatoid arthritis. It removes excess copper, binds to and removes iron.



Cilantro,Chlorella,Garlic,Fish oil

Cilantro=is mobilizing mercury, cadmium, lead and
aluminum in both bones and the central nervous system but it mobilizes more toxins then it can carry out of the body, it mayflood the connective tissue (where the nerves reside) with metals that were previously stored in safer hiding places, creating a re-toxification. Cilantro causes the gallbladder to dump bile - containing the excreted neurotoxins - into the small intestine. The bile-release occurs naturally as we are eating and is much enhanced by cilantro.
If no chlorella is taken, most neurotoxins are reabsorbed on the way down the
small intestine by the abundant nerve endings of the enteric nervous system).
ways of taking cilantro:
rub 5 drops twice/day into ankles for mobilization of metals in all organs...
Chlorella=Antiviral, Toxin binding, all known toxic metals,
environmental toxins such as dioxin and others
Chlorella growth factor helps the body detoxify itself in a yet not understood
profound way. It appears that over millions of years chlorella has developed
specific detoxifying proteins and peptides for every existing toxic metal.
http://321bio.org/Integrated2/The%20Klinghardt%20Neuro%20Elim%20Protocol.htm


Neurotoxins=substances attracted to the mammalian nervous system
are absorbed by nerve endings and travel inside the neuron to the cell body. On
their way they disrupt vital functions of the nerve cell, such as axonal transport
of nutrients, mitochondrial respiration and proper DNA transcription. The body
is constantly trying to eliminate neurotoxins via the available exit routes: the
liver, kidney, skin and exhaled air. Detox mechanisms include acetylation,
sulfation, glucuronidation, oxidation
Most elimination products are expelled with the bile into the small intestine and
should leave the body via the digestive tract. However, because of the
lipophilic/neurotropic nature of the neurotoxins, most are reabsorbed by the
abundant nerve endings of the enteric nervous system (ENS) in the intestinal
wall. The ENS has more neurons than the spinal chord.

The Neural Therapy 
Neural Therapy was originally developed in Germany 1925 by two brothers, physicians Ferdinand and Walter Huneke . It involves the injection of Procaine (also known as Novocain), a common local anesthetic, into various but very specific areas. Neural Therapy is based on the theory that trauma can produce long-standing disturbances in the electro-chemical function of tissues. Dr. Ferdinand Huneke discovered that a scar can produce an "interference field" , a "lightning reaction" or the "Huneke phenomenon" .
A patient presented to him with a severely painful frozen right shoulder that had been refractory to all kinds of therapies. Huneke injected the shoulder joint directly with Procaine without obtaining any pain relief. However, within several days of the shoulder injection, the patient developed severe itching in a scar in her left lower leg where she had surgery years prior and just before developing the painful shoulder. When she returned, Huneke injected Procaine into the itchy scar in her left leg. Almost immediately she obtained full and painless range of motion in her right shoulder joint. The shoulder problem never recurred. The left leg scar injection had apparently "cured" her shoulder problem. This was the first observation of what Neural Therapy is capable.

Interference fields are caused by
  • Infections.
  • Emotional trauma.
  • Physical Trauma from any type of surgery, accidents, deep cuts, biopsies, childbirth, dental procedures, vaccinations, burns, tattoos
http://www.klinghardtacademy.com/Protocols/Klinghardt-Lecture-Neural-Therapy-and-the-Brain.html

A German neurophysiologist, Albert Fleckenstein, demonstrated that the cells in scar tissue have a different membrane potential from normal body cells, functioning much like a 1.5 volt battery implanted into the body. Whenever a cell has lost its normal membrane potential, ion pumps in the cell wall stop working. This means that abnormal minerals and toxic substances accumulate inside the cell. As a result, the cell loses the ability to heal itself and resume normal functioning. Procaine acts on the cell wall to allow the ion pumps to resume normal action and restore the membrane potential. This is how Procaine and other agents used in Neural Therapy correct the bioelectric disturbance at a specific site or nerve ganglion. By reestablishing the normal electrical condition of cells and nerves, the disturbed functions are also restored to normality, and the patient returns to health as far as this is anatomically still possible.
Scar tissue can create an abnormal electric signal.

Here in the United States, "trigger point injections" are commonly used for pain based on the work of Janet Travell, M.D.

For example, a scar on the chin can affect the low back. This is possible because of the vast network of nerves called the Autonomic Nervous System (the master controller of the body, of the biochemistry
Our personalized nutritional systems have allowed healing only to the point at which the nervous system will allow. 
sympathetic nervous system that is activated by stress. It speeds up your heart rate, makes you burn sugar more rapidly, tenses your muscles, and in general increases your ability to "fight or flight." The other division of the autonomic nervous system is the parasympathetic nervous system. Its job is to promote healing, digestion, repair... It slows your heart rate down, increases mucus and digestion,

Here in the United States, "trigger point injections" are commonly used for pain based on the work of Janet Travell, M.D.

Patients who can identify an event that occurred just before they became sick. The patient will often say they have not been the same since… Also useful in patients who have failed to respond to commonly successful treatment regimes. When there is no "appropriate" trauma to explain the current symptoms to a specific joint or body location. When there is discrepancy between objective and subjective findings. When "bizarre" or unusual symptoms persist. When there is pain on one side of the body only (e.g., single arm and/or leg pain). To aid in the removal of heavy metals from the body. Neural Therapy has been reported to correct other medical conditions besides pain - metabolic problems like diabetes or iron overload, chronic infections, nerve injuries, emotional traumas.
any illness indicates that the living organism as a whole has lost its ability to regulate itself in a completely healthful way

Pleomorphic Isopathic Therapy
  • "Pleomorphic." Pleo means many. Morphic means forms. The term applies to micro-organisms that have the ability to change form, hence multiple forms or pleomorphic.
  • "Isopathic." Iso means same. Pathic means disease state. The term applies to the use of micro-organism that are of the same pathology that is causing the problem that is being treated.
Pleomorphic Isopathic therapy and concepts has been puzzling to the traditional medical doctor. Are they Isopathic? Homeopathic? Microbial Cycle? Inverse Potencies? Do this Monday through Friday, but not on Saturday or Sunday?
Consider this analogy:  A freely flowing stream passing through the forest harbors various life forms that assist in maintaining the health of that stream. There are large and extremely small organisms that inhabit that stream. Now, should that stream become polluted from say, some industrial complex, the stream would no longer support the same life that was living there.  New forms of life, particularly microorganisms, would be found in that stream. The stream is still supporting life, just in a less desirable form than we humans may prefer.
If that stream were to now be cleaned of its pollutants, then life within that stream would change correspondingly.  The preexisting organisms, to the degree that they were available, would return to inhabit that stream.
Pleomorphic Isopathic Therapy is designed for humans to facilitate this restoration process by introducing like-organisms (Isopathic organisms) to that stream and change their form to more supportive forms (pleomorphism). This would expedite the re-population process and serve to assist in reducing the number of less favorable organisms that had come to inhabit that little body of water.
In respect to the Pleomorphic Isopathic Therapy, a similar process is also possible within the body, Should the human organism become polluted, new life forms would inhabit the human "stream." Life would still exist, just in a form that would most likely be less favorable to the host organism.  If you clean up the milieu by balancing pH, changing diet, modifying stress, etc. and then introduce favorable forms of the preexisting microorganisms you can reestablish the original milieu and microorganism base.
  1. pH Modulators – buffers and other products can effect pH, where in the body (inside the cell, the blood, the urine, etc.) the pH is influenced by the type modulator used
  2. Fungal phase remedies – influence certain types of microorganism, are often used daily (include PLEO/SANUM and SANPHARMA products)
  3. Bacterial phase remedies - stimulate an immune response and are usually used one to three times per week (PLEO/SANUM and SANPHARMA products)
  4. Drainage remedies - facilitate elimination; they are generally used on a cyclic basis and are homeopathic in nature (companies that I have found useful include the products from UNDA, APEX, HEEL and PEKANA).  Some are administered orally or may be injected.  Physical therapy techniques can also assist in drainage.
  5. Botanical remedies – herbs that support biochemical and organ function
  6. Vitamin/Mineral Support – ideally whole food concentrates
  7. Gland regulators – glandular, protomorphogen, or nutritional support products that optimize a specific organ’s function
  8. Polysan remedies - used as an assessment and also topically as a "desensitization" type treatment of hereditary, miasmic conditions
  9. Sanukehls are polysaccharide haptene tissue cleansers- they are used daily for several months, followed by a month rest period.
  10. http://www.drkaslow.com/html/isopathic_products.html

HEALTH PORTATION curated News

NEWS - Mammograms Largest, Longest Study Again Finds No Benefit
http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2014/02/26/mammograms.aspx

Mammogram Rates May Fall When Women Learn of 'Overdiagnosis' Risk
http://health.usnews.com/health-news/articles/2015/02/19/mammogram-rates-may-fall-when-women-learn-of-overdiagnosis-risk


Swiss Medical Board Recommended No More Systematic Mammograms
http://edgytruth.com/2015/03/08/mammography-screening/#



Breast Cancer ScreeningShould Tomosynthesis Replace Digital Mammography?
http://jama.jamanetwork.com/article.aspx?articleid=1882992


Digital Mammography’s Replacement
Just as digital mammography replaced film-screen mammography in the early 2000s, I foresee that tomosynthesis will replace digital mammography in the decades to come.



Largest, Longest Study on Mammograms Again Finds No Benefit
http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2014/02/26/mammograms.aspx