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.


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