Presentation on theme: "1 HISTORY OF ENDERLEIN THERAPY PLEOMORPHISM BACTERIA CYCLOGENY 1925 BECHAMP MONOMORPHISM ENDERLEIN (1872 – 1968) PASTEUR 40 YEARS STARTED 1916 500 SCIENTIFIC."— Presentation transcript:
1 HISTORY OF ENDERLEIN THERAPY PLEOMORPHISM BACTERIA CYCLOGENY 1925 BECHAMP MONOMORPHISM ENDERLEIN (1872 – 1968) PASTEUR 40 YEARS STARTED SCIENTIFIC ARTICLES
2 ISOPATHIC THERAPY BY ENDERLEIN Endobiont support system by maintaining milieu. Due to stress and poor lifestyle the endobiont cannot maintain balance. Balance shifts and endobiont changes. Therapy is required to: Create a more healthful lifestyle Alkalizing of milieu protein stress elimination of toxins use specific chondritin (low valance forms of high valance forms to valance in body tissues)
3 PLEOMORPHIC CYCLE FUNGUS PATHOGENIC CYCLE BACTERIA FIBRIN / PROTIT NON-PATHOGENIC CYCLE CHONDRITS / SYMPROTITS haptens and nosodes have similar properties. Sanukehl haptens are polysaccharide extracts from cell wall of the various infectious species. remove undesired proteins / lipids to make them essentially protein and pyogen free to reduce allergy and fever.
4 ACID - BASE REMEDIES Alkala N – Sodium citrate x H2O, Potassium bicarb, Sodium bicarb reduction of tissue acidosis mitochondria respirationSanuvis – L - ( ) lactic acid D4 / 6 / 12 / 30 / 200 lowers pH of blood activity of Pleo Muc mitochondrial respiration
11 FUNGAL PHASE REMEDIES Pleo San Oryzae (Sanoryzae) – Aspergillum oryzae circulation normalization of angina and migraine Pleo Quent (Quentakehl) – Penicillium glabra acute and latent virus colds, flu etc. URTI Pleo Not / Pleo Nig
12 FUNGAL PHASE REMEDIES Pleo Rub (Ruberkehl) – Aspergillus rubra Spring allergies / chronic URT DX Bl / K Pleo Sancom (Sankombi) – Mucor racemosus all circulation and lymph – Aspergillus niger GI for infant detox and allergies
13 FUNGAL PHASE REMEDIES Pleo Muc Atox(Mucokehl Ex) – Mucor racemosus excretion of by-products after using Pleo Muc Pleo Nig Atox(Nigersan Ex) - Antichondrite serum - Aspergillus niger excretion of by-products after using Pleo Nig
14 BACTERIAL PHASE REMEDIES Bacterial phase remedies work by stimulating both non specific and specific immune reactions to increase the body’s resistance to toxins, antigens and infectious agents. BACTERIAL PHASE REMEDIES increase lymphokines / cytokines increase WBC activity increase humoral and non-specific immunity
15 BACTERIAL PHASE REMEDIES Pleo Art A(Arthrokehlan A) – Proprionbacteria arthritis degenerative spine Column Dx Pleo Art U(Arthrokehlan U) – Cornybacteria stimulates immune system especially in neoplasms
16 BACTERIAL PHASE REMEDIES Pleo Lat (Latensin) – Bacillus cereus chronic gall bladder dysbiosis respiratory infertility *Can cause strong emotional reaction and fever Pleo Lep (Leptospermusan) – Proprioni bacterium circulation of extremities migraine
18 BACTERIAL PHASE REMEDIES Pleo Ut S (Utilin S) – Mycobacterium phlei respiratory tract lymph tract tubercular / paratubercular, viral infection, autoimmune neoplasm * Produces strong reaction Inject deep into muscle
19 ORGAN PREPARATIONS CHRYSOCOR – Hydrolate of human placenta sexual asthenia age related dysfunctionREBAS – Peyer’s patch extract cellular immunity in chronic diarrhea GI, Liver DX, allergic reactions THYMOKEHL THYMOKEHL – Extract of calf thymus general immune system in chronic disease
23 HAPTEN THERAPY low molecular weight substance that becomes antigenic when coupled with a large molecular carrier such as a protein. capable of binding and eliminating harmful by- products that remain in the body after infection. haptens and nosodes have similar properties.
24 HAPTEN THERAPY Sanukehl haptens are polysaccharide extracts from cell wall of the various infectious species. remove undesired proteins / lipids to make them essentially protein and pyogen free to reduce allergy and fever.
25 GENERAL EFFECTS OF HAPTENS stimulate cellular and humoral response neutrophils phagocytosis bind to IgE antibodies allergic reactions unblocking stuck immune system e.g. post cortisone therapy and chemo therapy.
30 HAPTENS PLEO SAN SALM – Salmonella enteriditis malnutrition failure to thrive in children chronic GI inflammation PLEO SAN STREP – Strep pyogene skin infection carditis carditis poly arthritis poly arthritis URTI
31 HAPTENS PLEO SAN SERRA – Serratia marcescens nosocomial infection of ser PLEO SAN TRIC – Tricophyton verrucosum mycosis of surface
32 POLYSANS A – Complaints of old age Dx – Testing of focal infection E – Heredity & own poisons G– Flu K – Circulatory disturbance OM – Benign & malignant tumors M – Malaria R – Rheumatism T – Tuberculosis D – Focal infections (alternate with Dx)