What is Homeopathy?
Homeopathy is a medical treatment based on the principle that minute doses of natural substances (physiological amounts/high dilutions of ingredients) can heal, wherein undiluted concentrations cause disease or illness.
Therapy is based on the principle that "likes are cured by likes".
What is Homotoxicology?
Homotoxicology is an approach to healing that integrates the principles of homeopathy with the diagnostic approach of allopathic medicine.
Diseases are defined as reflections of the body's protective efforts to purge itself of toxic substances.
Combination homeopathic medicines and homotoxicology are administered based on conventional allopathic diagnoses and disease classifications, in an effort to stimulate the body's natural healing process. This is an effort to overcome signs and symptoms produced during the process of ridding the body of toxins causing the disease or illness.
Physiological-regulating medicine (PRM)
PRM represents the extension beyond homeopathy and homotoxicology. PRM codifies the vision of the organism as psycho-neuro-endocrine-immune (PNEI) network regulated by a system of sensitive ligand-receptor mechanisms.
PRM adds to classical homeopathy a new therapeutic concept of restoring normal physiology through homeopathically diluted communicating molecules from plants, minerals, and animals, such as hormones, interleukins, neuropeptides, and growth factors, which are in the same physiological concentrations as the biological milieu.
The aim of PHYSIOLOGICAL REGULATING MEDICINE is to reprogram the immune system. To do this, biotherapeutic natural immunostimulants (of plant, mineral and animal origin) are employed, along with interleukins and biotherapeutic hormones capable of rebuilding the complex immune-endocrine network at the core of the body’s reactivity.
Homeopathic Injections are safer then steroids with virtually no side effects. They can be administered more frequently to reduce pain and inflammation. They can be used to treat joint arthritis as well as soft tissue.
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