Gencydo[R], a combination of lemon juice with an aqueous quince extract has traditionally been used in anthroposophical medicine
for treating patients with allergic rhinitis or asthma.
Contemporary interest in mistletoe originated with Austrian philosopher Rudolph Steiner, founder of anthroposophical medicine
, a movement that began in the early 20th century, emphasizing the spiritual aspects of health and illness.
The group's activities include Anthroposophical Medicine
(in Europe the sect has its own hospitals), Biodynamic Agriculture, Eurythmy (dance) schools, Camphill Villages for the developmentally disabled, and a church, Christian Community.
He has also studied natural and anthroposophical medicine
in Germany and biological medicine with the world-renowned Paracelsus Klinic of Switzerland, with later studies providing certification in botanical medicine through the University of Colorado, School of Pharmacy.
Much later, Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925), the founder of anthroposophical medicine
, introduced it as a cancer treatment.
Much later, it was introduced as a cancer treatment by Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925), the founder of anthroposophical medicine
This experience of the collusion between Nazism and the allopathic medical community (not to mention many other crimes perpetrated by leading allopathic doctors) made many Germans in the postwar years wary of the "dictatorship" of one medical philosophy, allopathy, and its persistent attacks on all alternative schools of thought (homeopathy, naturopathy, chiropractic, Anthroposophical medicine