This video and chapter offers crucial information about the relationships between cancer and infectious threats that every cancer patient and their family must be aware of. The truth that we must stare down is that cancer and infections cannot be separated from each other. Cancer—always believed to be caused by genetic cell mutations—can in reality … Continue reading Is Cancer a Fungus? A New Theory
Sodium Bicarbonate (Baking Soda): Every Cancer Patients Best Friend Cancer cells have a lower pH than surrounding tissue, sodium bicarbonate cancer treatments work by increasing pH. As if it were not humiliating enough for orthodox oncologists to learn that the lowly chemical sodium bicarbonate (baking soda) is important in the treatment of cancer now they … Continue reading Sodium Bicarbonate Cancer Treatment Overview
Bicarbonate is an essential nutrient and our stomachs, pancreas and kidneys often have to struggle to produce enough—especially as we get older. Good question would be, is it a good idea for cancer patients to help these essential organs? Older people do have bicarbonate deficiencies and the perfect thing medically speaking to do is to … Continue reading Treating Cancer with Sodium Bicarbonate – Good Idea or Not?
(The Last Laugh) University of Arizona Cancer Center member Dr. Mark Pagel will receive a $2 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to study the effectiveness of personalized baking soda cancer treatment for breast cancer. In other words, clinical trials on the use of oral baking soda (sodium bicarbonate) for breast cancer treatments … Continue reading Baking Soda Cancer Studies and pH Medicine
A dichotomy in medical speculation, an unresolved philosophical conflict, has existed from ancient times to the present. This conflict is between two theories known traditionally as Empiricism and Rationalism. "While this conflict can be discerned in the earliest writings of the Hippocratic Corpus, from the fifth century BC, the names Empirical and Rationalist became current … Continue reading The History of the Pleomorphism / Monomorphism Debate: Why is Pleomorphism unknown to modern medicine
The endogenous microorganisms in the blood, called Endobionten by Enderlein, are innocuous in their primitive forms, multiplied in the course of life to sets of astronomical numbers, developed in nature disloyal life also to highly valent (high-value / high-energy) forms and would be with the conspecifics Those living on adjacent erythrocytes, joining together into colonies, … Continue reading What are the possibilities of developing and transformation for microorganism after Prof. Dr. Günther Enderlein?
Approximately around 1898 a controversy among the scientists over the kind, the nature and the behaviour of the bacteria began. Up to then one knew the spleen fire exciters, the Cholera germ, the Diphtheria, typhoid fever, Tuberculosis and the Syphilis germ. Mainly two thinking directions took the true nature up of the bacteria for itself … Continue reading The history of the Monomorphism and Pleomorphism
Darkfield Nutritional Microscopy Live Blood Analysis uses a drop of live blood from the patient's finger that has not been killed by staining, and viewed under a special microscope using a darkfield condenser. This enables the blood sample to be illuminated from the sides, making the various components phosphoresce behind a dark background. This makes … Continue reading What is Live Blood Analysis?
C o u r s e D e s c r i p t i o n s Introductory Seminar: Detailed Outline What will I Learn? In this 6 (also available 3 day's and online course) , hands on training you will learn about all aspects of Live Blood Cell Microscopy including: •An introduction to … Continue reading Live Blood Microscopy Analysis Darkfield Course:
Pleomorphism (pleo = many; morph = form) is the ability of microbes to change into many varied forms in a developmental cycle, depending on the conditions of the environment. This theory was primarily pioneered by the German microbiologist Prof. Dr. Günther Enderlein (1872-1968) who wrote ‘Bacteria Cyclogeny’, published in 1925, in addition to over 500 scientific papers. … Continue reading Understanding Pleomorphism