HomotossicologyHans Heinrich Reckeweg: from complexist homeopathy to homotoxicology Fundamental principles of homotoxicology Original aspects of homotoxicological pharmacology Homotoxicological practice
- Hans Heinrich Reckeweg: from complexist homeopathy to homotoxicology
- Fundamental principles of homotoxicology
- Original aspects of homotoxicological pharmacology
- Homotoxicological practice
Hans Heinrich Reckeweg: from complexist homeopathy to homotoxicology
By homotoxicology we mean the therapy of the intoxicating and inflammatory states (or of all those conditions that determine the accumulation of toxins in the tissues) and their consequences, exclusively with dilute pharmacological substances, prepared with the homeopathic method and therefore free of side effects and of toxicity. This definition, which at first glance may seem restrictive if we consider that it refers to a branch of homeopathy very widespread in Italy and in the world, is instead the most suitable to fully clarify its objectives and limits.
Homotoxicology developed initially with studies conducted in the 1930s by the German doctor Hans Heinrich Recheweg: his intent was to use natural substances, already known for their therapeutic activity, in small but sufficient doses to guarantee their effectiveness and safety at the same time.
Homotoxicology therefore contemplates the use of vitamins, trace elements, plant extracts, organotherapy, physiological biochemicals and immunological stimulants, proven to be useful in therapy, at the minimum effective dose, in combination with each other so as to obtain a synergistic enhancement of the effect. and in homeopathic preparation to take advantage of the activation following dynamization.
In summary, these are drugs derived from natural substances, even complex, diluted, dynamized and associated with each other.
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