Category Archives: Aphthous Ulcers

For Aphthous Ulcers, there are two possibilities.
1) old intestinal mucosa (morsel conflict)
2.) Squamous epithelium (want to spit out)

Just Trying Doesn’t Work – Testimonial of Germanische Heilkunde

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Just trying doesn’t work – just do it How often have we said that in the past months! It was a catchphrase—used every time one of us had to jump over his shadow in the past weeks and wanted to make sure that he wouldn’t disappoint the other if it didn’t work out: “I’ll try. […]

Oral mucosa cancer right – Diagnostic Chart of Germanische Heilkunde

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Oral mucosal squamous ulcer, right side of organ Conflict: Not being able to spit out a morsel. Example: Alcohol test. Driver has to blow in the test and loses the driver’s license because of alcohol. for the right-handed person concerning partner for the left-handed person concerning mother/child Idiom: “It burns on the tip of my […]

Oral mucosa cancer left – Diagnostic Chart of Germanische Heilkunde

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Oral mucosal squamous ulcer, left side of organ Conflict: Not being able to spit out a morsel. Example: Alcohol test. Driver has to blow in the test and loses the driver’s license because of alcohol. for the right-handed person concerning mother or child for the left-handed person concerning partner Idiom: “It burns on the tip […]

Submucosal Oral Mucosa-Ca right side – Diagnostic Chart Germanische Heilkunde

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Submucosal-Oral-Mucosa-Ca (deep intestinal epithelial layer), right side. Conflict: Conflict of not being able to ingest (salivate) a morsel. Very common conflict in the critically ill when they can no longer absorb food properly; e.g., due to pain Idiom: – Hamer Focus: HH In the brainstem (pons), right dorsal (backward) active phase: Adeno-Ca of the resorptive […]

Submucosal Oral Mucosa-Ca left side – Diagnostic Chart Germanische Heilkunde

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Submucosal Oral Mucosa Ca (deep intestinal epithelial layer), left side. Conflict: Conflict, not being able to expel a morsel of feces (vomit). Idiom: – Hamer Focus: In the brainstem (pons), left dorsal (backward) active phase: Adeno-Ca of the resorptive grade grew in a flat area and reached only a low height, under the mouth’s squamous […]

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