Drug allergies and intolerance – neglected aspects

Dr. med. Rolf W. Sextro, Ober-Olm

Dear colleagues,
Each day we are confronted with assertions and claims of varying quality which we either accept or reject
a) based on our confidence in or mistrust of the person or media involved
b) based on our assessment of the accuracy, likelihood or feasibility of their content.
This and our own experience form the basis of our convictions, opinions and “doctrines”. I should like to encourage you to examine the way you accept these as a “matter of course”.
This paper aims to learn to consider and examine more critically assertions made by pharmaceutical manufacturers and testers, by those offering treatment and by diagnosticians as well as by patients. The same applies to our own past assertions. This will increase our chances of improving individual therapy and also reinforce our self-assurance as therapists or patients in the face of genuine or “supposed” “authorities”, for
“knowledge not only brings power but with it the ...

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The HCl (hydrochloric acid) point and its significance for metabolism and immunity

Ulrike Nigmann, Naturopath, Wetter

Dear colleagues,
For years we have listened to interesting papers on mycoses, parasitosis, viral infections, rheumatism even cancer, where chronic acidosis constituted the underlying condition. Additional symptoms may include: lack of concentration, chronic fatigue and even exhaustion, neuralgia, herpes of varying severity, chronic conjunctivitis, “allergies”, inflammatory mucosal changes, caries, brittle hair and nails, palpitations, heartburn, loss of appetite, indigestion, pain in the muscles and joints, arthrosis, osteoporosis, itching, abnormal blood pressure, menstrual or fertility disorders, cellulite, oedema, weight problems, weakened resistance, circulatory disturbance with risk of infarction, apoplexy or thrombosis (Dark field tests reveal erythrocytes clumped together in roll formation, loss of substance by erythrocytes, fibrin).
Children are increasingly presenting with the above symptoms. We must the...

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Diagnosis and BICOM therapy of rheumatic disorders – case histories, dealing with initial exacerbation

Dr. med. Christa Lund, Bad Schwartau

Diagnosing rheumatic disorders

1. Clinical: symptoms, location, time
2. Multi-factorial causes
3. Resonance diagnosis

Toxins: Aflatoxin, Bacterial fragment, Botulinum, Parasitic toxins (trichinosis nosodes!) Other fungal toxins

Bacteria: Clostridium, Staphylococci, Yersinia, Borrelia

fields: Dental - maxillomandibular area (also malocclusion), Tonsils (scar interference field), Intestine
Focal stress!
Acid-base balance!

Treating rheumatic disorders

A) Non-specific:
1. Nutrition
2. Balancing the energetic state (vegetative reactivity)
3. Detoxifying measures
4. Treating acidaemia
5. Enzyme therapy
6. Homeopathic treatment
7. Phytotherapy
8. Isopathy
9. Symbiosis control
10. Interference field and focal therapy
11. Orthomolecular
12. Autologous blood

B) Treatment in the light of regulation blocks:
1. Toxin elimination
2. Parasites
3. Interference fields
4. Nosodes (bacteria, chlamydia)

C) Follow-up treat...

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Useful empirical values for the treatment of asthma

Alan E. Baklayan, Naturopath, Munich

Therapists testing bioenergetically were largely responsible for discovering the cause of bronchial asthma. We can gain a valuable insight into the disease and its treatment by examining the history of its discovery. The first chapter in the history of bronchial asthma came about through a connection with allergies and food intolerance. Credit should mainly go to Dr Schumacher, a paediatrician in Innsbruck, who discovered, amongst other things, that allergy sufferers also display a hidden reaction to foodstuffs. He called this masked allergy.

This was a sensational discovery which brought extraordinary therapeutic success. Success rates of 80 to 90 % were obtained with allergy sufferers by treating these basic foodstuff allergens, namely cow’s milk, wheat and hen’s eggs, one after the other. All that was needed to complete the success was to treat one or two of the well-known inhalation...

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The new BICOM Multisoft program – practical trial

Dr. med. Paul-Gerhard Valeske, Kempten

I am sure you will agree with me that our work in medicine is centred on the need for holistic diagnosis and therapy. Not reparatory medicine at this or that point but healing the whole individual – as far as we are able to achieve this. Bioresonance therapy can play a central role here, both at a diagnostic and a therapeutic level. And here, in turn, the BICOM device is at the forefront. With its numerous different test options and huge number of pre-installed therapy programs it meets this need for a holistic approach. The range of diagnoses and therapies is suitable both for newcomers to the field of energetic medicine and “old hands”. Anyone can use it. Novices will find therapy programs and information on every indication in the manual, while experienced users are offered an immense range of individual settings and test options. This demonstrates that BICOM really is a sophisticated product. Of all the BRT devices I am famili...

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Courage in treating tinnitus

Ingo E. Bauer, Naturopath, Speyer

Dear colleagues,
I am pleased to have the opportunity this year to report once again on our work at the Centre for Diagnosis and Therapy in Speyer.
It is hard, at a colloquium such as this, to present the theme in a way which will interest all therapists. The old hands amongst you will be hoping to find new starting points for your problem patients, yet newcomers should also be able to take away with them therapeutic techniques which ideally they can put into practice as soon as they get back to work. I'd be interested to know if I have managed to provide something for everyone.
But now to the theme of my paper: "Courage to treat tinnitus."

Some 150 different causes of tinnitus are known in science. Most occur in combination. Often consecutively too, which considerably aggravates the condition.
However, the most frequent causes are:

circulatory disturbances
dental foci
ototoxic processes

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Study of the elimination of mercury from the human body by means of bioresonance therapy

Dr. med. dent. Anne-Kristina Baumann

This study proves once again that bioresonance therapy (BRT) is a suitable method for eliminating mercury. Tests have also been carried out on 19 patients to see how BRT can be integrated with standardised programs in a dental practice without taking too much time away from normal practice.
Patient stresses were checked using a DMPS test (Amtest® ) and EAV testing before and after BRT. On average the stress was reduced by around 65 %.
Key words: Mercury elimination, bioresonance therapy, DMPS mobilisation test (Amtest® ), amalgam clean up

For many years, particularly in naturopathic medicine or so called holistic medicine, amalgam has been the subject of ongoing discussion.
While orthodox medicine to this day refuses to acknowledge the toxic, immuno-suppressive and allergenic aspects of mercury, holistic medicine has embraced these facts wholeheartedly. The only real question now is how to remove mercury from the b...

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The fidgety child – bane of both parents and teachers but an opportunity for your BRT practice

Dr. med. Karl Hermes, Duisburg

They were different times. It was shortly before Christmas 1844 when Dr Heinrich Hoffmann wrote and illustrated the story of Struwwelpeter (shock-headed/slovenly Peter) because he could not find a suitable picture book for his 3 year old son Karl.
They were different times yet, even in 1844, he still existed: Zappelphilipp, the fidgety child. And the man knew what he was writing about: he was a psychiatrist in Frankfurt. There was something else as well in 1844: helplessness to treat the condition. The lines of the verse tell it all: "... And the mother looked very grave / To see Philip so misbehave." But the father does not achieve much either with his words which attempt to heal the situation: "Let me see if Peter can / Be a little gentleman. / Let me see if he is able / To sit still for once at table. / Thus spoke, in earnest tone, / The father to his son." [Translator’s note: reference to Die Geschichte von Zappelphilipp The Story of...

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Experience of using bioresonance therapy in veterinary practice

Dr. med. vet. Claudia Goebbels, Veterinary Practitioner, Munich

Dear colleagues,
It was my own case history which brought me to bioresonance. As a small child I was plagued by allergies which unfortunately got visibly worse as the years went on; so bad that, during the final years of my studies, I had to take cortisone continuously as I could no longer tolerate being near living animals. So I was forced to carry out my doctoral thesis in the abattoir and, as I could not resign myself to spend the rest of my working life in the food sector, I decided to give alternative medicine, which until then I had dismissed, a chance. That is how I came to bioresonance. Once all my allergies to animal hair had been cured, I decided that this outstanding method which is painfree and has no side effects, a very important consideration in veterinary medicine, should also be used to benefit animals, as without it I would never have been able to work in my dream job.
I have now been t...

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