Homotoxicology
Homotoxicology was founded in 1952 from Dr Reckeweg as an extension of classic Homeopathy. The word 'Homotoxine' means 'human poison' or 'human toxic substance'- from the Latin word homo=man and the Greek word tokson =poison. Dr Reckeweg started with the principles of classical Homoeopathy as developed by Hahnemann, and integrated them with the new discoveries in biochemistry and embryology that had been made by the 1940's. He defined 'Homotoxins' as substances that were harmful to the human body. 'Homotoxones' are substances within the body that bind with and neutralise homotoxins, preparing them for elimination from the body. Today Homotoxicology is seen as a bridge between Homeopathy and conventional Medicine. In Homotoxicology, it is understood that diseases are caused by toxins. These toxins are seen to originate either outside the body (exotoxins) or within the body (endotoxins). Examples of exotoxins are bacteria, metals such as mercury, micro-organisms in the gut causing dysbiosis (often due to an unhealthy diet, hormone replacement therapy, and antibiotics), chronic yeast infections (Candida), chemical pollutants such as gas, diesel and petrol fumes , exposure to unhealthy electro-magnetic fields, pesticides, and undiagnosed bacterial (salmonella paratyphi), or protozoon (Giardia and amoeba) infections in the gut. Endotoxins are biologically derived, or result from post-traumatic cellular debris. They are generated by the body. Homotoxicology sees disease as the result of the body's attempt to heal itself. Toxins are either created in the human organism or are exogenous, and all the symptoms of illness are the result of defensive effort of organism in order to eliminate the toxins. In other words, in Homotoxicology, virtually all symptoms of illness are regarded as a manifestation of the body's attempts to rid itself of Homotoxins. In minor, self-limiting disorders, the body does this unaided. In more serious situations, treatment is needed. If the treatment used eliminates the Homotoxins, then real healing results and Dr. Reckeweg called this phenomenon 'regressive vicariation.' If the treatment suppresses the Homotoxins, however, (antibiotics, steroids; most drugs) then they go deeper into the tissues and manifest after a latent period as a more destructive disease. This is called 'progressive vicariation', and may lead to chronic degenerative disease and, ultimately, to cancer. In general, Homotoxicological products are designed to facilitate the body's elimination of toxins. They do not suppress symptoms. Homotoxicology is a system of medicine that aims to induce regulation. It is known as 'regulation therapy'. Homotoxicology generally uses formulations, which contain measurable amounts of Homeopathically prepared active ingredients and are used to treat specific indications. They are often presented to the body in the same dilution ratio as inter cellular fluids. Homotoxic treatment has been used successfully in chronic diseases, inflammatory conditions, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Allergies and Food intolerances. Dr Reckeweg developed a range of complex homoeopathic medicines to enhance homotoxone production and resolve symptoms by eliminating toxins. These medicines also activate what Reckeweg called the 'greater defence system', a concerted neurological, endocrine, immunological, metabolic and connective tissue response that gives rise to symptoms but has an enormous capacity to neutralize and excrete Homotoxins. Homotoxicology acts through: Shaping of antibodies. Defensive mechanism of hypophysis and suprarenal glands. Sympathetic system and the regulation of defence against the poisons. Detoxification of liver. Elimination of toxins from endogenous and exogenous sources. References Bianchi, I. (2000). Geriatría y homotoxicología. Baden-Baden (Alemania): Aurelia-Verlag Claussen, C.F. (1997). Homotoxicología. El núcleo de un planteamiento holístico y probiótico de la medicina. Baden-Baden (Alemania): Aurelia-Verlag GmbH. Heine, H. (2000). Homotoxicología. Una síntesis de las orientaciones médicas basadas en las ciencias naturales. Baden-Baden (Alemania): Aurelia-Verlag GmbH. Küstermann, K. (2000). Enfermedades reumáticas y su terapia antihomotóxica. Baden-Baden (Alemania): Aurelia-Verlag GmbH. Pischinger, A. (2007). The Extracellular Matrix and Ground Regulation: Basis for a Holistic Biological Medicine. California (USA): North Atlantic Books. Reckeweg, H.H. (1992). Homotoxicología. Enfermedad y curación con terapias antihomotóxicas. Baden-Baden (Alemania): Aurelia- Verlag GmbH. Rosales, M. (2005). Síndrome de inflamación de las mucosas. Tratamiento antihomotóxico (2ª ed). Colombia: Panamericana formas e Impresos S.A. Schmid, F.; Rimpler, M.; Wemmer, U. (1997). Medicina antihomotóxica Vol. 1: principios, clínica práctica. Baden-Baden (Alemania): Aurelia-Verlag GmbH. Smit, A.; O’Byrne, A. Van Brandt, B.; Bianchi, I.; Kuestermann, K. (2009). Introduction to Bioregulatory Medicine. Stuttgart (Alemania): Georg Thieme Verlag Sociedad Internacional de Homotoxicología. (2007). Ordinatio Antihomotoxica et Materia Medica (9ª ed). Baden-Baden (Alemania): Aurelia-Verlag GMBH Smit, A. (2004). Detoxificación y drenaje. Medicina biológica 1 (17):19-27. Smit, A. (2006). Homotoxicología y sistema digestivo. Medicina biológica 1 (19):24-32. Tabla de las Homotoxicosis (Tabla de las Seis Fases), Lab. Heel. If you would like additional information regarding our services or to request an appointment, you can contact us by phone (952 80 53 68) or by email.
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Homotoxicology
Homotoxicology was founded in 1952 from Dr Reckeweg as an extension of classic Homeopathy. The word 'Homotoxine' means 'human poison' or 'human toxic substance'- from the Latin word homo=man and the Greek word tokson =poison. Dr Reckeweg started with the principles of classical Homoeopathy as developed by Hahnemann, and integrated them with the new discoveries in biochemistry and embryology that had been made by the 1940's. He defined 'Homotoxins' as substances that were harmful to the human body. 'Homotoxones' are substances within the body that bind with and neutralise homotoxins, preparing them for elimination from the body. Today Homotoxicology is seen as a bridge between Homeopathy and conventional Medicine. In Homotoxicology, it is understood that diseases are caused by toxins. These toxins are seen to originate either outside the body (exotoxins) or within the body (endotoxins). Examples of exotoxins are bacteria, metals such as mercury, micro- organisms in the gut causing dysbiosis (often due to an unhealthy diet, hormone replacement therapy, and antibiotics), chronic yeast infections (Candida), chemical pollutants such as gas, diesel and petrol fumes , exposure to unhealthy electro-magnetic fields, pesticides, and undiagnosed bacterial (salmonella paratyphi), or protozoon (Giardia and amoeba) infections in the gut. Endotoxins are biologically derived, or result from post-traumatic cellular debris. They are generated by the body. Homotoxicology sees disease as the result of the body's attempt to heal itself. Toxins are either created in the human organism or are exogenous, and all the symptoms of illness are the result of defensive effort of organism in order to eliminate the toxins. In other words, in Homotoxicology, virtually all symptoms of illness are regarded as a manifestation of the body's attempts to rid itself of Homotoxins. In minor, self-limiting disorders, the body does this unaided. In more serious situations, treatment is needed. If the treatment used eliminates the Homotoxins, then real healing results and Dr. Reckeweg called this phenomenon 'regressive vicariation.' If the treatment suppresses the Homotoxins, however, (antibiotics, steroids; most drugs) then they go deeper into the tissues and manifest after a latent period as a more destructive disease. This is called 'progressive vicariation', and may lead to chronic degenerative disease and, ultimately, to cancer. In general, Homotoxicological products are designed to facilitate the body's elimination of toxins. They do not suppress symptoms. Homotoxicology is a system of medicine that aims to induce regulation. It is known as 'regulation therapy'. Homotoxicology generally uses formulations, which contain measurable amounts of Homeopathically prepared active ingredients and are used to treat specific indications. They are often presented to the body in the same dilution ratio as inter cellular fluids. Homotoxic treatment has been used successfully in chronic diseases, inflammatory conditions, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Allergies and Food intolerances. Dr Reckeweg developed a range of complex homoeopathic medicines to enhance homotoxone production and resolve symptoms by eliminating toxins. These medicines also activate what Reckeweg called the 'greater defence system', a concerted neurological, endocrine, immunological, metabolic and connective tissue response that gives rise to symptoms but has an enormous capacity to neutralize and excrete Homotoxins. Homotoxicology acts through: Shaping of antibodies. Defensive mechanism of hypophysis and suprarenal glands. Sympathetic system and the regulation of defence against the poisons. Detoxification of liver. Elimination of toxins from endogenous and exogenous sources. References Bianchi, I. (2000). Geriatría y homotoxicología. Baden-Baden (Alemania): Aurelia-Verlag Claussen, C.F. (1997). Homotoxicología. El núcleo de un planteamiento holístico y probiótico de la medicina. Baden-Baden (Alemania): Aurelia-Verlag GmbH. Heine, H. (2000). Homotoxicología. Una síntesis de las orientaciones médicas basadas en las ciencias naturales. Baden- Baden (Alemania): Aurelia-Verlag GmbH. Küstermann, K. (2000). Enfermedades reumáticas y su terapia antihomotóxica. Baden-Baden (Alemania): Aurelia-Verlag GmbH. Pischinger, A. (2007). The Extracellular Matrix and Ground Regulation: Basis for a Holistic Biological Medicine. California (USA): North Atlantic Books. Reckeweg, H.H. (1992). Homotoxicología. Enfermedad y curación con terapias antihomotóxicas. Baden-Baden (Alemania): Aurelia-Verlag GmbH. Rosales, M. (2005). Síndrome de inflamación de las mucosas. Tratamiento antihomotóxico (2ª ed). Colombia: Panamericana formas e Impresos S.A. Schmid, F.; Rimpler, M.; Wemmer, U. (1997). Medicina antihomotóxica Vol. 1: principios, clínica práctica. Baden-Baden (Alemania): Aurelia-Verlag GmbH. Smit, A.; O’Byrne, A. Van Brandt, B.; Bianchi, I.; Kuestermann, K. (2009). Introduction to Bioregulatory Medicine. Stuttgart (Alemania): Georg Thieme Verlag Sociedad Internacional de Homotoxicología. (2007). Ordinatio Antihomotoxica et Materia Medica (9ª ed). Baden-Baden (Alemania): Aurelia-Verlag GMBH Smit, A. (2004). Detoxificación y drenaje. Medicina biológica 1 (17):19-27. Smit, A. (2006). Homotoxicología y sistema digestivo. Medicina biológica 1 (19):24-32. Tabla de las Homotoxicosis (Tabla de las Seis Fases), Lab. Heel. If you would like additional information regarding our services or to request an appointment, you can contact us by phone (952 80 53 68) or by email.
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