Homotoxicology Explained

Dr. Hans-Heinrich Reckeweg, a German physician in 1940, developed
Homotoxicology. It is a sophisticated modern form of Homeopathy and is the most
prescribed form of natural medicine. It is widely used around the world with
tremendous success.
It is based on the integration of basic medical science with the principles of homeopathy with more emphasis on the physical aspect and uses (blood work, allergy testing) a diagnostic approach of allopathic medicine.
Homotoxicology can also combine other modalities such as diet or nutritional
support to determine the proper “constitutional” remedy. One of the
major objectives of homotoxicology is to eliminate the physical weaknesses.
Homotoxicology perceives that diseases are caused by the accumulation of toxins
in the body, whether it is toxic chemicals, bacterial exotoxins, biological
endotoxins, post-traumatic cellular debris and also by products of the bodies
metabolic processes and environmental factors. Prolonged exposure to such types
of toxins is known as homotoxins. For example these may include air pollution,
pesticides, synthetic chemicals in food and water, bacteria, viruses, mercury
filling in teeth.
The progression of a disease is divided into six phases. As toxins penetrate
and build in the body overtime, the related physical ailments worsen in their
severity and complexity. When toxins accumulate, the individual phases of a
disease progress into one another. Homotoxicology reverses this process and
restores health. Some of the symptoms of each phase are listed below:
SIX PHASE TABLE

Excretion Phase

The body’s defense system excretes homotoxins in various ways such as: joint
pains, coughing, sneezing, diarrhea, joint pains and heartburn. (Expulsion of Toxic
Products)

Inflammation phase

If in the body there is not enough excretion, the body has an inflammatory
response in order to remove toxins. i.e Acne, sinusitis ,& acute
infections. (Turbo-Cleansing by the Activated Defense System)
Deposition phase
This phase has no symptoms. Due to insufficient excretion the toxic products are
stored in the extra cellular space. i.e goiter, gout, obesity, gall bladder or
kidney stones. (Storage of Toxins in the Extra cellular Space)
Impregnation phase
Organ cells in this phase get damaged because the toxins have attacked the cell
and they start to develop in the connective tissue and matrix. i.e. allergies,
asthma, migraines, rheumatoid arthritis, and metabolic syndrome (Invasion of
Toxins into the cell)
Degeneration
Toxins near the cells destroy large cellular groups within an organ, which
causes organ degeneration. i.e. anemia, fibrosis, diabetes, and spondylosis.
(Destruction of the Cell by the Toxins)
Dedifferentiation
Undifferentiated, and non-specialized cell forms create illnesses in this
phase. Harmful diseases can be formed during this phase. i.e. tumors, and
cancer. (Neoplastic changes in the Cell)

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