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Treat not only symptoms, but the cause: TCM strengthens the immune system and fights infections
By Meiling Lee
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) has been treating infectious diseases for thousands of years. The cause is dealt with, not just the symptoms. Since there are currently no effective treatments for Covid-19, it is worth taking a look at the thousands of years of experience in traditional Chinese medicine.
Plenty of news is currently in the media about the novel coronavirus and the search for a treatment and prevention of Covid-19. There are currently no approved vaccines or treatment strategies against the virus available.
Currently only the symptoms of Covid-19 are being treated and the strategy is simply a mechanical one, not to come into contact with the virus. Apart from the useful official guidelines for insulation and hygiene, thousands of years of experience from TCM can also be a useful addition in preevention. TCM‘s forte has always been on how to strengthen the immune system and avoid infections.
The background of the TCM
TCM has developed over thousands of years and is based on the traditional concept of Qi, a life energy of the human body. When the qi flows freely, it leads to a healthy body. Achieving this depends on various factors in TCM.
Chinese medicine looks at people from the outside and moves meticulously inward. TCM‘s unique holistic approch is to observe how the body works asa whole,. It also looks at how the body works in conjucntion with the environment. Then it looks at the reasons. After it has settled how the symptoms display as a whole it looks at why an illness has manifested ”said Dr. John K. Chen, Ph.D., Pharm.D., For The Epoch Times.
TCM against infectious diseases and epidemics
From the Han Dynasty to the end of the Qing Dynasty according to records, there were 321 infectious-epidemic like diseases known in China. A well-known TCM text, which is still taught today, is entitled "Treatise on Fever and Various Diseases" and dates from the time of the Eastern Han Dynasty (25 AD - 220 AD). It is the first known medical literature to discuss various stages of infection and prescribe therapeutic treatments.
According to Dr. Chen, TCM doctors have always treated epidemics as the Yellow River plains were always a densly populated area. Acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine and nutritional therapy were used to bring the body into balance and restore health.
The first stage of an infectious disease: the stage of prevention
Treatises on the prevention of infectious diseases already existed in Chinese texts thousands of years ago. There we read about people who stayed healthy themselves, but were able to treat infected people in direct contact with them. "At that stage, it is most important that your own body remains healthy and your immune system remains strong," says Dr. Chen.
In contrast to western herbalism and medicine, Chinese herbs are rarely prescribed as a single preparation. Recipes consisting of seven or more components are typical. In TCM, this serves to increase effectiveness and eliminate possible (energetic hot/cold) side effects. The prescriptions are specially tailored to the patient's condition in order to achieve the best possible result. An example for a possible TCM prescription, tailored to a patient, would look follows:
Prevention for pneumonia:
Huang Qi (Radix Astragali, Mongolian tragacanth) 15g,
Bai Zhu (Rhizoma Atractylodis Macrocephalae, saliva herb root), dried, 10g
Fang Feng (Radix Saposhnikoviae, windbreak root) 10g
Mian Ma Guan Zhong (Rhizoma Dryopteridis Crassirhizomatis, Dryopteris Root) 10g
Jin Yin Hua (Flos Lonicerae Japonicae, Japanese honeysuckle) 10g
Chen Pi (Pericarpium Citri Reticulatae, peel of unripe, dried mandarin) 6g
Pei Lan (Herba Eupatorii, water herb) 10g
The powders are mixed and drunk as an infusion with 200 ml of water (teamug). The herbal treatments are always recommended in combination with special acupuncture and frequent therapy for a while.
Many of the Chinese recipes used to treat infectious diseases like respiratory infections have powerful antibacterial and antiviral properties. Viral diseases such as the flu or colds, however, are still very difficult to treat within Western medicine. Usually only symptom mamagment is offered.
The importance of the immune system
A WHO report on Covid-19 found that it is rare particularly for adolescents to be affected by the novel coronavirus. Below age 18 only 2.4 percent of those infected encounter a very mild version of the disease.
The reason may be found in the fact that younger patients are generally in better health and their immune systems is very active. The mmune system better aquipped to recognize the virus and produce specific antibodies that neutralize and eliminate it, ” said Dr Chen.
A weakened immune system, on the other hand, cannot react adequately and allows viruses to penetrate deeper and infect the body.
According to Dr Chen, Western biomedicine focuses primarily on the T cells and B cells of a weakened immune system. In Chinese medicine, however, one tries to find out why a person has a weak immune system. According to Chinese medicine, it is important to treat both the cause and the symptoms. This gives a better immediate and long-term effect.
In combination with the specific measures for hygiene, the tried-and-tested TCM recipes are a good addition to relieve anxiety, stress and other complaints and to strengthen the immune system against viruses in general.
How it works for you:
Nowadays the herbs come as granlulated extracts in little 8oz containers (200g). This is how I dispense them from my pharmacy. A teaspoon of granulate per cup of hot water is sufficient for one dose of active ingredients. Depending on the overall status of the personal situation the dosages range from a minimum of three to more per day.
Covid 19, was die Tradtionelle Chinesische Medizin
Nicht nur Symptome, sondern die Ursache behandeln: TCM stärkt das Immunsystem und bekämpft Infektionen
Von Meiling Lee 17. März 2020 Aktualisiert: 17. März 2020 11:44
Mit Traditioneller Chinesischer Medizin (TCM) werden Infektionskrankheiten schon seit Tausenden von Jahren behandelt. Dabei wird vor allem die Ursache, nicht nur die Symptome behandelt. Da es zurzeit keine wirksamen Behandlungen gegen Covid-19 gibt, lohnt es sich, einen Blick in den tausendjährigen Erfahrungsschatz der Traditionellen Chinesischen Medizin zu werfen.
Viele Nachrichten drehen sich zurzeit um das neuartige Coronavirus und der Suche nach einer Behandlung oder Prävention von Covid-19. Es gibt aktuell keine zugelassenen Impfstoffe oder Behandlungsstrategien gegen das Virus.
Derzeit werden nur die Symptome von Covid-19 behandelt und die Strategie lautet, nicht mit dem Virus in Berührung zu kommen. Abgesehen von den behördlichen Richtlinien zur Isolation und Hygiene kann auch der tausendjährige Erfahrungsschatz aus der TCM von Nutzen sein. Darin gibt es einige Überlieferungen, wie man das Immunsystem stärken und Infektionen vermeiden kann.
Die Hintergründe der TCM
TCM hat sich über Jahrtausende entwickelt und basiert auf dem traditionellen Konzept von Qi, einer Lebensenergie des menschlichen Körpers. Wenn das Qi frei fließt, führt das zu einem gesunden Körper. Dies zu erreichen, hängt in der TCM allerdings von verschiedenen Faktoren ab.
Die chinesische Medizin betrachtet den Menschen von außen nach innen, also sie beobachtet, wie der ganze Körper funktioniert, wie der Körper zusammen mit der Umwelt funktioniert und was die Hintergründe sind, warum eine Krankheit ausbrechen kann“, sagte Dr. John K. Chen, Ph.D., Pharm.D., zur englischen The Epoch Times.
TCM gegen Infektionskrankheiten und Seuchen
Von der Han Dynastie bis zum Ende der Qing Dynastie gab es laut Aufzeichnungen 321 Seuchen-ähnliche Erkrankungen in China. Ein bekannter TCM-Text, der heute noch gelehrt wird, trägt den Titel „Abhandlung über Fieber und verschiedene Krankheiten“ und stammt aus der Zeit der östlichen Han-Dynastie (25 n. Chr. – 220 n. Chr.). Es ist die erste bekannte medizinische Literatur, die verschiedene Stadien einer Infektion diskutiert und therapeutische Behandlungen vorschreibt.
Laut Dr. Chen behandelten TCM-Ärzte schon immer Seuchen. Dabei setzte man Akupunktur, chinesische Kräutermedizin und Ernährungstherapie ein, um den Körper ins Gleichgewicht zu bringen und die Gesundheit wiederherzustellen.
Das erste Stadium einer Infektionskrankheit: Das Stadium der Prävention
In tausenden Jahre alten chinesischen Texten gibt es bereits Abhandlungen über die Prävention von Infektionskrankheiten. Dabei schrieb man über Personen, die selbst gesund sind, aber in Kontakt mit Infizierten standen. „In diesem Stadium ist es am wichtigsten, dass ihr eigener Körper gesund und das Immunsystem stark bleibt“, sagt Dr. Chen.
Im Gegensatz zur westlichen Kräuterkunde und Medizin werden chinesische Kräuter selten als Einzelpräparat verschrieben. Oft werden Rezepte aus sieben oder mehr Komponenten verwendet. Dies dient in der TCM dazu, die Wirksamkeit zu erhöhen und mögliche Nebenwirkungen zu beseitigen. Die Rezepte sind speziell auf den Zustand des Patienten abgestimmt, um ein bestmögliches Ergebnis zu erzielen. Ein mögliches TCM-Rezept, abgestimmt auf einen Patienten, könnte so lauten:
Prävention für Lungenentzündung:
1. Huang Qi (Radix Astragali, Mongolischer Tragant) 15g,
2. Bai Zhu (Rhizoma Atractylodis Macrocephalae, Speichelkrautwurzel), getrocknet, 10g
3. Fang Feng (Radix Saposhnikoviae, Windschutzwurzel) 10g
4. Mian Ma Guan Zhong (Rhizoma Dryopteridis Crassirhizomatis, Dryopteriswurzel) 10g
5. Jin Yin Hua (Flos Lonicerae Japonicae, Japanisches Geißblatt) 10g
6. Chen Pi (Pericarpium Citri Reticulatae, Schale unreifer, getrockneter Mandarine) 6g
7. Pei Lan (Herba Eupatorii, Wasserdostkraut) 10g
Die Pulver werden vermischt und als Aufguss mit 2dl Wasser getrunken. Es wird in Kombination mit spezieller Akupunktur und Frequenztherapie empfohlen.
Viele der chinesischen Rezepte, die zur Behandlung von Infektionskrankheiten wie Atemwegsinfektionen verwendet werden, haben starke antibakterielle und antivirale Eigenschaften. Virale Erkrankungen wie Grippe oder Erkältung sind hingegen in der westlichen Medizin bis heute schwer zu behandeln. Meist werden nur die Symptome behandelt.
Die Wichtigkeit des Immunsystems
Ein Bericht der WHO über Covid-19 ergab, dass besonders selten Jugendliche am neuartigen Coronavirus erkranken. Unter 18-Jährige machen nur 2,4 Prozent der Infizierten aus, Erkrankungen haben einen milden Verlauf.
Der Grund dafür ist, dass jüngere Patienten im Allgemeinen gesund sind und ihr Immunsystem sehr aktiv ist. Dadurch ist das Immunsystem in der Lage, das Virus zu erkennen und spezifische Antikörper zu produzieren, die das Virus neutralisieren und eliminieren“, erklärte Chen.
Ein geschwächtes Immunsystem hingegen kann nicht reagieren und lässt zu, dass Viren den Körper befallen.
In der westlichen Medizin achtet man laut Chen bei einem schwachen Immunsystem hauptsächlich auf die T-Zellen und B-Zellen. In der chinesischen Medizin versucht man hingegen herauszufinden, warum diese Person ein schwaches Immunsystem hat. Laut der chinesischen Medizin gilt es, sowohl die Ursache, als auch die Symptome zu behandeln. Dadurch erreicht man einen besseren Sofort- und Langzeiteffekt.
In Kombination mit den geltenden Hygienemaßnahmen sind die altbewährten Rezepte der TCM eine gute Ergänzung, um Ängste, Stress und andere Beschwerden zu lindern und das Immunsystem gegen Viren zu stärken.
Covid 19 la MTC rafforza il sistema immunitario e
Tratta non solo i sintomi, ma la causa: la MTC rafforza il sistema immunitario e combatte le infezioni
Di Meiling Lee, 17. Aggiornato marzo 2020: 17 marzo 2020 11:44
La medicina tradizionale cinese (MTC) cura le malattie infettive da migliaia di anni. La causa viene affrontata, non solo i sintomi. Dal momento che attualmente non esistono trattamenti efficaci per Covid-19, vale la pena dare un'occhiata alle migliaia di anni di esperienza nella medicina tradizionale cinese.
Molte notizie al momento riguardano il romanzo coronavirus e la ricerca di cure o prevenzione di Covid-19. Al momento non esistono vaccini approvati o strategie terapeutiche contro il virus.
Attualmente vengono trattati solo i sintomi di Covid-19 e la strategia non è quella di entrare in contatto con il virus. Oltre alle linee guida ufficiali per l'isolamento e l'igiene, le migliaia di anni di esperienza di TCM possono anche essere utili. Esistono alcune tradizioni su come rafforzare il sistema immunitario ed evitare le infezioni.
Lo sfondo del TCM
TCM si è evoluto nel corso di migliaia di anni e si basa sul concetto tradizionale di Qi, un'energia vitale del corpo umano. Quando il qi scorre liberamente, porta a un corpo sano. Il raggiungimento di questo dipende da vari fattori nel TCM.
La medicina cinese guarda le persone dall'esterno, quindi osserva come funziona tutto il corpo, come funziona il corpo con l'ambiente e quali sono le ragioni, perché una malattia può scoppiare ", ha detto il dott. John K. Chen, Ph.D., Pharm.D., per The Epoch Times.
MTC contro malattie infettive ed epidemie
Dalla dinastia Han alla fine della dinastia Qing, ci furono 321 malattie simili alla malattia in Cina, secondo i documenti. Un noto testo TCM che viene ancora insegnato oggi è intitolato "Trattato sulla febbre e varie malattie" e risale al tempo della dinastia Han orientale (25 d.C. - 220 d.C.). È la prima letteratura medica conosciuta a discutere di varie fasi dell'infezione e prescrivere trattamenti terapeutici.
Secondo il dott. Chen ha sempre curato i medici con TCM con epidemie. Agopuntura, fitoterapia cinese e terapia nutrizionale sono state utilizzate per riequilibrare il corpo e ripristinare la salute.
Il primo stadio di una malattia infettiva: lo stadio della prevenzione
Trattamenti sulla prevenzione delle malattie infettive esistono già nei testi cinesi che hanno migliaia di anni. È stato scritto su persone in buona salute, ma che erano in contatto con persone infette. "In questa fase, è molto importante che il tuo corpo rimanga sano e il tuo sistema immunitario rimanga forte", afferma il Dr. Chen.
Contrariamente all'erboristeria e alla medicina occidentali, le erbe cinesi sono raramente prescritte come un'unica preparazione. Vengono spesso utilizzate ricette composte da sette o più componenti. Nel TCM, ciò serve ad aumentare l'efficacia ed eliminare i possibili effetti collaterali. Le prescrizioni sono appositamente adattate alle condizioni del paziente al fine di ottenere il miglior risultato possibile. Una possibile prescrizione TCM, su misura per un paziente, potrebbe essere la seguente:
Prevenzione della polmonite:
Huang Qi (Radix Astragali, tragacanth mongolo) 15g,
Bai Zhu (Rhizoma Atractylodis Macrocephalae, radice di saliva), essiccato, 10g
Fang Feng (Radix Saposhnikoviae, radice frangivento) 10g
Mian Ma Guan Zhong (Rhizoma Dryopteridis Crassirhizomatis, radice di Dryopteris) 10g
Jin Yin Hua (Flos Lonicerae Japonicae, caprifoglio giapponese) 10g
Chen Pi (Pericarpium Citri Reticulatae, scorza di mandarino non maturo, essiccato) 6g
Pei Lan (Herba Eupatorii, erbe acquatiche) 10g
Le polveri vengono miscelate e bevute come infusione con 2 dl di acqua. Si raccomanda in combinazione con l'agopuntura speciale e la terapia di frequenza.
Molte delle ricette cinesi usate per trattare malattie infettive come le infezioni respiratorie hanno potenti proprietà antibatteriche e antivirali. Malattie virali come influenza o raffreddore, tuttavia, sono ancora difficili da trattare nella medicina occidentale. Di solito vengono trattati solo i sintomi.
L'importanza del sistema immunitario
Un rapporto dell'OMS su Covid-19 ha mostrato che gli adolescenti sono particolarmente raramente colpiti dal nuovo coronavirus. Al di sotto dei 18 anni solo il 2,4 per cento di quelli infetti, le malattie hanno un decorso lieve.
Questo perché i pazienti più giovani sono generalmente sani e il loro sistema immunitario è molto attivo. Ciò consente al sistema immunitario di riconoscere il virus e produrre anticorpi specifici che neutralizzano ed eliminano il virus ", ha affermato Chen.
Un sistema immunitario indebolito, d'altra parte, non può reagire e consente ai virus di infettare il corpo.
Secondo Chen, nella medicina occidentale, un sistema immunitario debole si concentra principalmente sulle cellule T e B. Nella medicina cinese, tuttavia, si cerca di scoprire perché questa persona ha un sistema immunitario debole. Secondo la medicina cinese, è importante trattare sia la causa che i sintomi. Questo dà un migliore effetto immediato e a lungo termine.
In combinazione con le misure igieniche applicabili, le provate ricette TCM sono una buona aggiunta per alleviare l'ansia, lo stress e altre lamentele e per rafforzare il sistema immunitario contro i virus.Edited: Wed 18th March 2020
Fukushima Organic Farms Foster Hope
Effective New World Orderlies, or how EMs will do the job for Co-operation and Co-prosperity by Joska Ramelow
A little underground Fairytale that is too good not to be told. One day
Prof. Teruo Higa
Professor Teruo Higa, a very meticulous and creative man started his claim to fame with a sense of defeat. Beavering away in his Agricultural department at Riyukus University of Okinawa, Japan, he had his academic radar turned to enhancements and acceleration of plant growth under optimal conditions. He knew, that the little rootlets on plants were the key to unlocking this mystery. In other words, he investigated the symbiotic relationships between soil micro-organisms and an optimized uptake of nutrients from the soil by the plants. This same relationship is at work inside our guts with its populations of symbiotic bacteria, also known as probiotics, doing the same job.
One day in the mid 1980's, Professor Higa, who kept his nose stubbornly on the tracks met with his eureka moment whilst he accidentally spilled some of his micro-organisms, now known as Effective Micro-organisms (EMs for short) by some shrubbery on his campus trial fields.
To his own surprise the combination of several organisms in his cocktail created a booster shot to the shrubs that made an almost immediate impact and this became the birth moment of Effective Micro-organisms, EMs. The synergistic effects within the cocktail provided the magic key to unlock a mystery that has gone form strength to strength ever since.
read on: http://vortexcourage.me/2014/07/18/fukushima-organic-farms-foster-hope/
Spokey the Alien: Is this Food?
July 1, 2014 by Editor, Joska Ramelow.
After the Goldrush: The Harvest of the Fruits of Scarcity, Part One Spokey the Alien on a fact-finding mission... Having thrown my hat in the ring with an article on the safety of modern medicinals, a logical consequence is to look now at the first line of well being, namely, our everyday foods. The Chinese doctor Li Kao called it the first , and that is echoed around many systems of medical philosophy. Food is, apart from its material side, a matter of quality energy and thus, a matter of sanctity and a human right too. If we recall, the Alma Ata declaration of health by the WHO of the UN did go far beyond a narrow definition of health as the mere absence of disease. It defined health as the outcome of good nutrition and well being, or levels of happiness, of a person. Love goes through the stomach is a well-worn phrase in the German-speaking parts of the world. Suppose an alien visitor, let's call him Spokey, touched down from another star system and visited a normal supermarket today with shelves filled to overflowing with garish, colourfully- designed wrapping around most of the foodstuffs, he could be forgiven for thinking that this cornucopia must be paradise for the happy eater on this planet earth. read onEdited: Thu 13th October 2016
Brain-attacks , Part One
Annotated and expanded notes by Dr.Doepp, a Swiss Medical doctor and specialist for radiation pollution, e-smog and hazards of technical electromagnetic fields on safety questions in our digital age.
Presentation and interview on Swiss 5, 'Time to do program', 19.9.2014
By Joska Ramelow
The brain and CNS works with a capacity of 10%, contemporary science postulates that the "yield of the harvest of intelligent thought" could be raised by unleashing more of the power of our brains.
This remains a very one sided consideration when we do not factor in the emerging field of Epigenetics, as Dr. Doepp makes it clear form the outset.
The cells of our body show the same working capacity whereby we only utilise 10% of our DNA too. The remainder has been dismissively called "junk" DNA, a denomination that might be far too short a description representing our limited understanding to date. Dr. Doepp maintains that the supposedly "unused" 90% of DNA in body and brain communicates with the 96% of space surrounding our body that is present in the form of a resonance field. This field naturally resonates at various cycles such as the known Schuhman resonances that pulse at an average of 7.5-7.8 Hertz per second. There are a number of resonant fields measured by wave pulses per second. Our brain resonates with a steady 14Hz field per second, as a reliable constant. All the other fields vary greatly and some maybe more harmful than others to ou health. When looking at the breakthrough discoveries of the electrophysicist Professor Konstantin Meyl's discoveries we are faced with the cutting edge of our most modern scientific knowledge today regarding the positive and negative influences of resonant electrodynamic fields. The field carries information which Professor Meyl has used to change the malignancy of cancer cells in conjunction with the Cancer research centre at the University of Heidelberg, Germany. These are the tastes of things to come and are intricately connected to an emerging field of scientific study called Epigenetics. The fields maintain our well-being, health and vitality by resonating with our DNA structures. It was even found that DNA can change in time and the famous DNA sampling to replace the old fashioned fingerprints of criminals has already proven to be unreliable in this respect by the standards of what we know about the nature of DNA via epigentic research.
Brain-attacks: Part Two
A three part series exclusive to Vortex magazine.
By Joska Ramelow
Dr. Doepp, a Swiss Medical doctor and specialist for radiation pollution, e-smog and hazards of technical electromagnetic fields on safety questions in our digital age.
Annotated and expanded notes to his presentation and interview on the private online channel Swiss 5, of Time to do program, 19.9.2014
What strategies of protection from e-smog are available?
Do tinfoil hats and Faraday cages hold the answers to alleviate the damaging effects from e-smog? Some people even wear textiles with silver thread for protection woven into its fabric, but to that later in our investigation.
Getting to know the facts it is not surprising that some parents are considering taking their children out of school to avoid the e-smog dangers. These in turn are associated with lasting damage to cerebral structures and the development of natural intelligence in their children. Parents, and mothers in particular, may rightfully get worried when looking at their child and see themselves confronted by the question: "what good is a well functioning little robot zombie that perfectly operates consumerist chores programmed into it but cannot independently operate from its own inner core with the intelligence of the heart?" Parents and the rest of us sense there is a sociological time bomb ticking at the root of our evolution and it is ticking ever louder, since many other chemical and physiological processes are dependent on a naturally operating coherent working relationship within the neurological system. The impact of the million times increased electro-magnetic field tensions pounding our biological cellular structure unprotected could be seen as a war against the populace. Changing foodstuffs due to modern agricultural technologies and cosmetic ingredients thrown in for good measure plus changes in our environment such as geo engineering add their bit to destabilize the health of future generations. We have never seen a magnitude of this impact in any other generation before, since it works stealthily and in silence.
Brain-attacks: Part Three
Final thoughts on the interaction between electromagnetic fields, radiation from nuclear power stations, technical metals in our bodies, interactions with its chemistry and wave spectra.
What are the technical systems and candidates that trigger these challenges?
We have now at least half a dozen systems such as Tetranet, LFT, UMTS, and a more military system known as HAARP and other ever more advanced, over horizon, radar systems. Professor Konstantin Meyl, a very distinguished electro-physicist of the University Klagenfurt, austria, voiced a stern warning that UMTS and cordless DECT technology should immediately be banned so dangerous are they. The key lies in their damaging effects and impacts on our own biological window that is the resonant fields with which our cellular network is activated and communicates with its enzyme functions. One known biological frequency is the 150Megahertz wavelength and its harmonic modulations. Every modern car is now standard fitted with a GPS system that constantly interacts with satellites in space. The signal travels up to the satellite and returns in fractions of seconds. This sets off a constant pulse that could interfere with the workings of our our pineal gland, since that is the master gland embedded in the centre of the cranium which beats out a certain rhythm to which all other functions are atuned. The Pineal gland has been found to be in touch with hyperspace and its electronic charges with its currents of photons.Edited: Tue 11th October 2016
Space age biology and medicine, the launchpad forAnnotated and expanded notes on the basis of a personal visit by the author and an interview conducted by Prof. Michael Vogt of QuerdenkenTv with Prof. Dr. Dr. Enrico Edinger, the director of Inakarb Wellness Centre near Bonn, Germany. Joska Ramelow, BSc. hons (Phytotherapy) part one First impressions as a memorable day unfolds As my plane from London descended for Cologne airport in the dazzling light of the afternoon sunshine, a sudden flash made me realize the connection I had sitting whilst going though the landing procedures on this craft, it delivered me to a place where the next step in flight and space exploration was already reality, the Inakarb company in Rolandseck. At present,however, the town of Cologne beneath the silver wings with it\'s cathedral tethered to the golden band of the river Rhine like a jewel mysteriously gleaming and shimmering in the sunlight of this late autumn day. My extensive experience of over two decades in the field of energy medicine had helped me to comprehend the ground breaking information that had been revealed in the interview between Prof. Michael Vogt in late September. I felt my inner excitement gradually bubbling more intense as I was still leafing through the 45 pages of notes I had taken from this almost revolutionary interview, which opened up completley new vistas in the practise of medicine as we have come to know it. Thus, I was highly curious to meet up with Prof. Dr. Dr. Enrico Edinger, one of the foremost specialists in regulatory medicine in Western Europe, if not the Western Hemisphere. Download the article as PDF Tue 9th December 2014
Space Age Biomedicine: Launchpad for a New ParadigmI was highly curious to meet up with Prof. Dr. Enrico Edinger, one of the foremost specialists in regulatory medicine in Western Europe, if not the Western Hemisphere. This system of therapeutic techniques breaks completely new ground in fusing old doctrines of holistic healing, with straight laced medical science and new insights from extensive research of man travelling into space. The system also includes epigenetics, a new take on genetics as developed by it’s Japanese progenitor who mentored three Nobel prize winners in genetics. read on Tue 9th December 2014
breaking news: Editor free Spirited HealthSince early summer 2014,I have become the editor of the column "free Spirited Health" at Vortex magazine: http://vortexcourage.me/ www.vortexcourage.me@vortexcourage Here you can find many news items, interviews and researched articles on topics covering a range of aspects pertaining to our health in modern times which includes nutrition, lifestyle and the environment. Wed 15th October 2014