The History of the Pleomorphism / Monomorphism Debate: Why is Pleomorphism unknown to modern 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

Recommend books for our Live Blood Analysis Course

The Blood and its third Element During his long career as an academic and researcher in nineteenth century France, Antoine Béchamp was widely known and respected as a teacher, an academic, and a researcher. As a leading academic, his work was well documented in scientific circles. Few made as much use of this fact as … Continue reading Recommend books for our Live Blood Analysis Course

Confusing Symptoms With Disease

Unfortunately, Pasteur's confusion of disease with its symptoms, has come down through the generations as scientific law. To this day, conventional medicine operates under this central misconception, often identifying a pattern of symptoms and labeling them as a disease, without any consideration of the underlying cause of the symptoms. And if the underlying cause isn't … Continue reading Confusing Symptoms With Disease

The history of the Monomorphism and Pleomorphism

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

Manual Lymph drainage

The lymphatic system One of the most important keys to health is an optimally functioning immune system. An often overlooked component of immune function is the network of pre-lymphducts, lymphducts and lymphnodes throughout the entire body, transporting lymph fluid and eliminating toxins. The lymphatic system is the primary circulatory system used by all immunological cells: … Continue reading Manual Lymph drainage

Alkaline Diet

The internal environment of our bodies is maintained at a pH of just about 7.0. This means our internal environment is alkaline. Maintenance of this state is a dynamic, not static, process mediated moment to moment by numerous reactions that produce acid products. Our internal chemical equilibrium is primarily controlled by our lungs, kidneys, intestines, and skin. … Continue reading Alkaline Diet

New Scientific Findings and Their Impact on the Enderlein Perspective

This paper is written as a response to the recent findings on pleomorphism that have been presented by Ronald Ullmann, a biochemist who resides in Calw, Germany. The conclusions that are presented by Mr. Ullmann are based on the published research findings of Dr. Christopher Gerner, Ph.D. It should be noted that Mr. Ullmann is … Continue reading New Scientific Findings and Their Impact on the Enderlein Perspective

Live Blood Microscopy Analysis Darkfield Course:

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:

Günther Enderlein

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

Antoine Béchamp

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Antoine Béchamp Antoine Béchamp Born October 16, 1816 Bassing, Moselle, France Died April 15, 1908 (aged 91) Paris, France Nationality French Fields Biology Pierre Jacques Antoine Béchamp (October 16, 1816 – April 15, 1908) was a French scientist now best known for breakthroughs in applied organic chemistry and for a bitter … Continue reading Antoine Béchamp