Category Archives: Bad breath – from the perspective of Germanische Heilkunde

Bad breath can have several causes. Either the healing phase after a morsel conflict, concerning the old intestinal mucosa in the mouth area (mouth rot). It could also be the healing phase after a conflict with the tonsils (angina). Or it could also be the healing phase after a conflict with a morsel affecting the esophagus or stomach. Every tuberculous healing phase stinks. Bad breath is therefore the healing phase after a conflict with the morsel. Also in the case of pulmonary TB, the affected person stinks from the air he breathes (fear of death, a morsel of air, round lung foci in the healing phase.

Stomach-Ca – Diagnostic Chart of Germanische Heilkunde

Stomach-Ca (except small stomach curvature) Conflict: Conflict that morsel can’t digest: “It’s in my stomach!” Anger with family members. Often in the case of a community of heirs or joint-stock company, where someone can not pull out his share, that is, not finally digested. Idiom: This is in my stomach I still haven’t digested that […]

Pulmonary-Alveolar-Ca – Diagnostic Chart of Germanische Heilkunde

Pulmonary round nodules-Ca (Alveolar-Ca) Conflict: Death anxiety-panic-conflict Left alveoli: formerly only for CO2 elimination, now also O2 uptake. Right alveoli: formerly only for O2 uptake, now also CO2 elimination. Idiom: Diagnosis shock: “You have cancer!” “I lost my breath!” “I thought I was going to die!”   Hamer Focus: In the brainstem (pons), right dorsal […]

Tonsil-Ca right side – Diagnostic Chart of Germanische Heilkunde

Cervical Tonsil Ca (Tonsil-Ca), right side Conflict: Conflict of not being able to swallow a (food) morsel due to lack of secretion. Example: An apartment is firmly promised, but at the last moment the rental contract falls through, i.e. someone else has snatched the “morsel” (house, workplace, etc.) away. Idiom: Hamer Focus: HH in brainstem […]

Tonsil-Ca left side – Diagnostic Chart of Germanische Heilkunde

Cervical Tonsil Ca, (tonsil-Ca), left side Conflict: Conflict of not being able to spit out a (fecal) morsel due to lack of secretion. In the ancient pharyngeal period, saliva was also used to help the feces slide out of the pharynx’s orifice. The excrement was “salivated.” From it still our “spitting out” wants (with the […]

Palatal-Ca right – Diagnostic Chart of Germanische Heilkunde

Palatal-Ca, right side Conflict: Conflict of having already grasped a (food) morsel but not being able to swallow it. Example: Someone thinks he has won the lottery, but his ticket has been registered incorrectly by the ticket office by mistake. Ideom: – Hamer Focus: In the brainstem (pons), right dorsal (backward) active phase: Compact cauliflower-like growing […]

Palatal-Ca left – Diagnostic Chart of Germanische Heilkunde

Palatal-Ca, left side Conflict: Conflict of not being able to spit out mucus for and because of a morsel of feces. Idiom: – Hamer Focus: In the brainstem (pons), left dorsal (backward) active phase: Compact cauliflower-like growing palate adeno-ca of secretory grade or flat growing adeno-ca of resorptive grade, of old intestinal mucosal remnants (under […]

Eustachii-Ca right – Diagnostic Chart of Germanische Heilkunde

Tubal Eustachii Ca, (between the mouth and middle ear), right side. Conflict: Conflict of not being able to grasp an (information) morsel Ideom: – Hamer Focus: In the brainstem (pons), right dorsal (backward) active phase: The so-called eustachian tube suffers an occlusion due to the compact flat-growing adeno-Ca of the resorptive quality.Consequence: retracted eardrum due […]

Eustachii-Ca left – Diagnostic Chart of Germanische Heilkunde

Tubal Eustachii Ca, (between the mouth and middle ear), left side. Conflict: Conflict of not being able to get rid of a (information) morsel. Ideom: – Hamer Focus: In the brainstem (pons), left dorsal (backward) active phase: The so-called eustachian tube suffers an occlusion due to the compact flat-growing adeno-ca. of the resorptive quality. Consequence: […]