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Classic homeopathy and complex remedies homeopathy

The question immediately arises: "What is better?"

If it were that easy, I wouldn't offer both.

The complex remedy homeopathy

I started with the complexmittel homeopathy because it was easier to learn. I attended seminars and started with the complex ampoules. The representative from Staufen Pharma had particularly convinced me of the effect of the nosodes. Nosodes are obtained from part of the disease, for example from the pus of the tonsils. What sounds so disgusting here, however, has an enormous effect.

Of course, according to the homeopathic laws, there is practically nothing left of the pus in the ampoule, except for the information. However, this has a very specific effect. More than 20 years ago I healed susceptibility to infections, chronic coughs and other persistent complaints after infections with the help of complex remedies. I was treating a 60-year-old lady who suffered from pneumonia two to three times a year. I gave an injection every week for ten weeks. After that she got pneumonia and we were disappointed that the therapy didn't seem to have worked. Five years later, the patient called because her husband had a health problem. She told me that she had never had pneumonia again since the last pneumonia after the end of therapy. The therapy together with vitamin C was also so successful for influenza infections that even young people looked forward to the infusion. With young children, I instructed the mother to break open the vials and let the children drink the contents. However, that didn't have the same effect. So the small children also had to be injected, which neither the children, nor the parents, nor the doctor like. However, I developed a method with the addition of some local anesthetic and was able to inject the preparation almost painlessly with a very thin needle. This had a good effect on the susceptibility to infection. If patients with long-lasting side effects reacted to the flu vaccination, which of course they had not received from me, it was possible to completely eliminate the annoying symptoms with the help of the complex remedies. When using Gobuli in the context of classical homeopathy, I have never been able to observe such a strong effect on the symptoms described.

Classic homeopathy

This raises the question of why, given the wonderful success of homeopathic complex remedies, I was still doing an extensive training in classical homeopathy. For some complaints, especially mental problems, classic homeopathy is superior to complex remedies.

The principle of classical homeopathy

The founder of homeopathy is Samuel Christian Hahnemann, who was born in Meissen in 1755 and studied medicine in Leipzig and Vienna. With great diligence, Hahnemann and his students tested the reaction of medicines and summarized his knowledge in the "Organon of Rational Medicine". Homeopathy is based on the principle coined by Hahnemann "similia similibus curantur" (like can be cured by like) - in other words, this means that a sick person is given a homeopathic remedy that, in high concentrations, triggers similar symptoms in a healthy person as they do in the sick. Homeopathic medicines come from the plant and animal world, minerals and the chemical industry. It is crucial that the patient does not receive the drug in its mother tincture (maximum concentration), but in a dilution, the respective potency. Hahnemann made the paradoxical observation that the effect of a drug is inversely proportional to the concentration. The more the stock solution is diluted, the more effective it becomes. I would like to explain the procedure in homeopathy using an example: If someone suffers from diffuse fears, such as fear of being alone, fear of the dark, of ghosts and animals and also feels a craving for cold drinks, then these are symptoms of phosphorus poisoning, among other things. Here, phosphorus in the homeopathic potency (dilution level) will heal the patient, provided that the other essential symptoms of the patient match the phosphorus picture.


My teacher of classical homeopathy

Georges Vithoulkas (Alternative Nobel Prize Winner for the Advancement of Homeopathy)


The Homeopathy CMBogers Volumes 1 and 2

Three of my cases have been published in this book.

The practice of classical homeopathy

Regardless of the controversy, homeopathy remains a great healing method.

It is important that Hahnemann's principles are retained when proceeding in homeopathy. His spiritual work was continued by the masters of homeopathy who later worked, such as Boenninghausen, Boger, Kent, Jahr, Vithoulkas, to name just a few, who bequeathed us valuable insights for homeopathic work.

The long-term collection of the medical history is particularly necessary for chronic diseases such as headaches, skin diseases, asthma, cancer and multiple sclerosis. In the case of acute illnesses such as a flu infection or a gastrointestinal infection, the therapist comes to the right remedy after a questioning of about 15 minutes. There are no side effects in homeopathy. However, if the right remedy is used, an initial aggravation can occur. In the case of neurodermatitis, for example, the itching can increase for 2 - 3 days until the problem finally improves. The initial aggravation is therefore not a side effect, but proof that the right remedy has been chosen.

The classic homeopathy in our practice

As already explained, there is a fixed set of rules for the homeopathic procedure: the Organon. There must therefore be no personal interpretation of the homeopathic rules if the purity of the teaching and success are not to be endangered. However, the optimal procedure according to the Organon and the implementation of the same in practice must be learned. The homeopathy in our practice is characterized by the methodology of Georges Vithoulkas, with whom I received homeopathic training as a doctor. Georges Vithoulkas has over 50 years of homeopathic experience and is the recipient of the alternative Nobel Prize for the promotion of homeopathy. I owe him a lot.

However, the ability to regulate and regenerate has decreased significantly since Hahnemann's time due to environmental pollution such as toxins in food, stress, cell phone radiation, etc. Today, homeopathy is rarely optimally effective on its own, especially in chronic diseases. It can be supported by chelation, other detox measures and orthomolecular medicine. This also applies to homeopathy with complex remedies.

The manufacture of homeopathic remedies

The D-dilution stages are prepared by making up the stock solution to 9 times its volume with alcohol and then shaking it. This gives the 1st dilution (D1). Shake this dilution again with 9 parts alcohol and you get a D2. The procedure continues in this way until finally high potencies such as D200 are produced. The C-Potencies are made by making 1/100 dilution steps (C-Potencies). The dilution levels can be taken directly or they are sprayed onto small milk sugar globules (globules) and then applied. Although not a single active ingredient molecule is left here due to the frequent dilution stages, these are highly effective medicines. In order to look for an explanatory model, one has to say goodbye to physics, which works with simple, linear, material-related theses. Clarifying effectiveness is more complicated and is most likely to be found in atomic physics.

The clogging

Occasionally, a single dose of a homeopathic remedy is not enough to cure an illness. Repeated doses are necessary, for example, in the case of tonsillitis. First, one or two globules are placed under the tongue until they have dissolved, as the effect occurs mainly through the oral mucosa. Then the patient prepares a solution for further use:

The clogging:
2 or 3 globules are dissolved in a bottle half filled with 30 - 40 degrees warm water (0.33 or 0.5 liter bottle). The amount is irrelevant, since the globules usually used are D30 or C30 potencies or higher potencies, in which there is no longer any active ingredient content and it is all about the information content. After preparing the solution, the patient takes a sip, for example every 15 minutes, as instructed by the homeopath, which he then rinses through his mouth for a few seconds. It is important that the solution is tapped 10 times firmly on a surface, for example a thick telephone book, before the sip. This potentiates the solution in a way, even if, as we have learned, it is not strictly speaking a real potentization since it is not further diluted before each new sip. However, similar to true potentiation, a changed stimulus is created to which the body can react again, because it gave the maximum stimulus response to the previous dose and simply repeating the stimulus would not have a great effect. The frequency of administration of the remedy takes place after consultation with the homeopath and the intervals are usually increased depending on the course of the disease.

Half of a bottle (0.33L or 0.5L) is filled with water 
Water temperature 30 - 40 degrees
2 - 3 globules are dissolved in the water
Before each new dose, hit the bottle 10 times hard on a surface

Dealing with conventional medicine, science and cabaret artists

Homeopathy stands in stark contrast to allopathy (the medicines used in conventional medicine) and the hostilities Hahnemann faced are easy to imagine. Even today, homeopathy is often caught in the crossfire of criticism. On the one hand, this is due to the fact that scientifically oriented medicine lacks the opportunity to test homeopathy according to recognized scientific criteria. For example, in the prescribed double-blind study, not even the therapist should know which drug he is administering to the patient. This scientific prerequisite is not allowed in homeopathy. The difficulty of homeopathy lies in the fact that the therapist has to record the patient and his complaints very precisely. The history of the disease must be collected very carefully, and in order to obtain a sufficient number of symptoms for the choice of remedy, the patient's questioning can take up to 2 hours. Nevertheless, it happens that even with a thorough anamnesis, an ineffective remedy is prescribed, since the priorities in the selection of symptoms for the homeopathic remedy were not set correctly. The homeopath finally finds himself caught between two stools, since, for example, the patient's symptoms are important for prescribing Lycopodium, but there are also equally important symptoms for prescribing Nux vomica. The homeopath depends on what the patient says. These are sometimes misleading, not because the patient is intentionally lying to the homeopath, but because the patient is not observing physical symptoms carefully enough, or is not aware of his own feelings and presents his subjective self-image. Or, as the important psychologist Hannegret Schroven-Wilke once aptly remarked: “Everyone lives with their illusion.” We find a typical example when we ask men about fears in homeopathy. These are often denied because they have also been repressed by the patient. The art of homeopathy is to recognize the patient's feelings even when they are not expressed. On the other hand, interpretation is forbidden in classical homeopathy.  A 5-year-old girl once successfully deceived me in two sessions. She was with me with her mother and seemed very well behaved and appeared very adjusted. I therefore looked for "silent remedies" such as Siliocea, Natrum muriaticum and Ignatia. However, I was unsuccessful. It was only when the mother reported to me that her daughter was not so nice at home and often started arguments that I found the remedy clear. In homeopathy we speak of "house devils and street angels" for such children.  Please do not take this as an evaluation. These character traits ultimately lead us to the right remedy, in the case of the girl Lycopodium "After administration of Lycoodium 30C, the symptoms improved and the girl became more sociable. The tightrope walk is therefore difficult and the differentiated approach in homeopathy cannot be determined with the simple methods used in medical research. However, homeopathy should not be blamed for this Today's drug studies are designed to scientifically verify the effectiveness of a drug iron and the side effects. As soon as the effectiveness has been proven and the side effects appear to be acceptable, the drug can be mass-produced and used across the board without special knowledge. Here it becomes clear that it is easy to find the financial means for these studies, as they are extremely promising. However, who would want to pay for expensive homeopathic studies to prove that the profitable drugs with many side effects are inferior to the cheap homeopathic remedies. Consequently, we must not hope that the disputes between classical homeopathy and conventional medicine will come to an end any time soon. Homeopathy is constantly under attack. At first, some tried to discredit them with the example that a stirred teaspoon of table salt in Lake Constance could not have any effect because the small amount administered no longer contained a molecule of salt. Correct at first, but in homeopathy the processing takes place via dilution levels and respective shaking. That does have an effect. Patients who got better as a result of the therapy are then also convinced of homeopathy. Then the next attack followed: after the argument about the missing active ingredient didn't help, it was suddenly claimed that the preparations without active ingredients were dangerous if they had been obtained from disease material, eg pus. This affected the nosodes, which is very important in therapy. Since the lobbyists have a good influence on the legislature, many nosodes were then pulled from the market. However, the nosodes are important, especially in the case of vaccination side effects. Therapy is becoming increasingly difficult for naturopaths.

Cabaret artists actually have the task of coming to terms with social grievances in a humorous way. In the case of homeopathy, however, they fail miserably. Even if I can often laugh heartily at the performances by Dieter Nuhr and Thorsten Sträter, they seem to me to be very unfair on the subject of homeopathy due to the lack of information. They simply lack the knowledge and the necessary sensitivity for the topic. I, too, used to be of the opinion that "a lot helps a lot", but with the help of my curiosity I let myself be taught better. Homeopaths don't have an easy time. They are exposed to hostilities from politics, science, cabaret and the media not an easy position. Der Spiegel used to be known for good reporting. Lately that has flattened out a lot and I have observed that the "wisdoms" of the Minister of Health were printed 1:1. What can the outcome be if the Minister of Health is a lobbyist for the pharmaceutical companies. After I found out that Der Spiegel accepted a large sum of money from the Bill Gates Foundation, I'm no longer surprised at the partisan journalism.

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