homotoxicology

homotoxicology (hōˈ·mō·tksˈ·i·kˑ·l·gē),

n analysis of sickness within the framework of the body's failure to deal with the burden of toxins. Homeopathic remedies often are used as treatment. Developed by Hans Heinrich Reckeweg.
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A wide range of natural healing services are offered including: bio-identical hormone therapy, IV therapies, homotoxicology, metal detoxification, nutritional therapy and counseling, electro-dermal screening, natural adrenal treatment and several others.
Hans-Heinrich Reckeweg in his seminal work Homotoxicology classifies all pathological phenomena in a system of nosological units based on each tissue of the body according to its stage of deterioration.
Biomesotherapy is marketed in Australia as a new therapy that combines homotoxicology, mesotherapy, and acupuncture.
Core concepts in homotoxicology are overviewed, including the human body's defense and regulation systems, followed by chapters on disease development, and plant-, mineral-, and organ-based preparation groups in antihomotoxic medicine.
He has practiced homotoxicology since 1993 and is a national and international speaker for Heel, Inc.
Homotoxicology and homeopathic combination medications have formed our approach to healing as intended by nature ever since.
In a brilliant extrapolation of the Hans Reckeweg table of homotoxicology, Moyer has added two more phases to the original 6 phases from Reckeweg.
In a brilliant extrapolation of the Hans Reckeweg table of homotoxicology (Table 1), Moyer has added two more phases to the original 6 phases from Reckeweg.
After a successful career in sales she decided to change direction and studied Nutritional Therapy, Homotoxicology, Reiki und Magnified Healing until she learned of EFT.
We then use a whole array of supplements to balance and activate the immune system, including homeopathy and homotoxicology remedies from GUNAand Heel, which are very helpful for this purpose.
Hans Heinrich Reckeweg developed his own bioregulatory concept, known as homotoxicology or antihomotoxic therapy.
Once a patient has been evaluated, management of the illness may include diet; environmental changes such as mold remediation or reduction of exposures to electromagnetic fields (EMFs); use of the German biological model of homotoxicology to modulate the immune system and support organ regulation and drainage; and various antimicrobial compounds, including allopathic, homeopathic, or herbal options.