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.