Basics of isopathic therapy

Isopathic therapy of human biology

The immunobiological and isopathic therapy of human biology is a holistic medical natural healing process that can be used at any time in addition to other therapeutic procedures. Ingredients of harmless bacteria and molds are used in a homeopathic dilution. The fields of application are manifold and are based on the recognition of the regulatory and immunological mechanisms in the organism.

Basics of isopathic therapy

Immunobiological and isopathic therapy is an individual treatment that requires the adaptation of the treatment to the particular disease, its stage and severity as well as the consideration of the general condition of the patient.

At the end of the 1930s, the production and development of immunobiologically effective remedies was started. The preparations were developed on the basis of bacteriological research and studies on the development of cancer.

During the First World War, a biologist in human biology was able to show that bacteria do not multiply exclusively by division into two, but undergo complex cycles of development and undergo a change of form. He had realized that primitive life already exists at the molecular level, in the form of living colloidal nuclear proteins. By accumulating these smallest living nuclear proteins, the precursors of the bacterial nuclei would emerge. He called the group of these nuclear proteins “chondrites.” They steered the development and development of bacterial and cell nuclei into ever more complex core and cell units. The cell is therefore not the smallest biological unit of living matter; it is already a state structure consisting of the smallest elementary viable units that developed into autonomous microorganisms after the cell’s demise. The fact that the chondrites are indeed living structures has been proved by isolation and culture; the chondrites multiplied on their own and had a primitive metabolism.

Even humans live in symbiosis with microorganisms, without which a healthy life is not possible. But not only on the skin and in the intestine these microorganisms are settled, also the blood harbors a tiny microorganism, which fulfills a number of physiological functions in the organism and is involved in the coagulation processes in the blood. This microorganism has been widely overlooked by hematologists due to its minuteness.

As a zoologist, the researcher considered this microorganism a “symbiotic mammal” of the mammalian organism and named it “endobiont.” The endobiont is a unique complex microorganism that occurs in various stages of life and development in the organism In the course of life and due to a variety of external influences, the endobiont may acquire parasitic properties and cause disease in all tissues in its various manifestations, and is responsible for a whole complex of chronic and degenerative diseases Diseases whose aetiology of medical science is still unknown.

Like everything in nature, the development of the endobiont is subject to a regulatory mechanism. Quote of the Chinese sage Lao Tse, who found the following words 2500 years ago for this regulatory principle of nature: “When things have come to full development, each returns to its origin.”

The biologist of human biology recognized in the nuclear proteins, which he had termed the generic term “chondrites”, the regulatory units that were capable of breaking down the more advanced manifestations of the endogenous pathogen.

He used this regulatory principle in the development of his isopathic preparations.

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