The Scripps Research Institute has published a study in the journal Science alleging that prions, lifeless protein particles that are believed to cause serious brain diseases, are able to mutate and develop resistance to drugs in the same way that bacteria and other living things do. Abnormal prion proteins cause at least 20 fatal diseases … Continue reading Mad cow disease prions capable of evolution, even without DNA
Part I: Explanations of the Theory of Pleomorphism, the Range of SANUM Medicines and the Logical Combination of SANUM Remedies SANUM treatment is far more than Isopathy. Properly applied, SANUM treatment influences the inner milieu at a deep level, as well as the rhythmic processes in both humans and animals. The range of medicines on … Continue reading Towards an Understanding of Pleomorphism, of Milieu Therapy and SANUM Treatment
The following article is Part 3 in a series. Part 1 appeared in Volume 10, Number 6, and Part 2 appeared in Volume 11, Number 3, of Explore ! For those of you who haven't read or need a reminder regarding the first two installments of this commentary, I present a short review. The original … Continue reading The Super- Microscope
A prion protein is a naturally occurring protein that can be found throughout our bodies, and in high concentrations in the brain. In our live blood online course we are going step by step trough and explain how a healthy prion protein changes into an unhealthy prion, causing disease. A prion is a nonliving, self-replicating … Continue reading What is a Prion?
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Günther Enderlein Born 7 July 1872 Leipzig Died 11 August 1968 (aged 96) Wentdorf, near Hamburg Nationality German Fields Zoology Entomology Known for Theories on Pleomorphism Günther Enderlein (7 July 1872 – 11 August 1968) was a German zoologist, entomologist and later a manufacturer of pharmaceutical products. Enderlein got some international renown … Continue reading Günther Enderlein
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
For a long time many researchers and doctors believed, and many still do, that blood is sterile. Professor Dr. Gunter Enderlein after numerous years of research, proved otherwise. He showed using darkfield microscopy, that the serum of all people and warm-blooded animals are alive with many moving 'particles'. He called these particles ENDOBIONTS (from the … Continue reading IS BLOOD STERILE?
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