Category Archives: Cerebral Medulla – from the perspective of Germanische Heilkunde

The Cerebral Medulla is located between the old and new brain and controls the old smooth muscles. The conflict content is the MORSEL, namely right in and left out (see embryonic development). In the active phase, there is cell proliferation and an increase in function, which is also the biological sense. In the healing phase, this cell proliferation remains or is not broken down by microbes. The handedness has no relevance. The left Cerebral Medulla controls the left organ side and the right Cerebral Medulla the right organ side (no crossing from the brain to organ, see diagram embryonic development).

Heart-muscle smooth, on the right – Diagnostic Chart of Germanische Heilkunde

Part of the smooth muscle of the heart. Conflict: Peristalsis-like onward transport of the blood Idiom: – Hamer Focus: HH in midbrain on left side, but belonging to brainstem. active phase: Locally increased peristalsis (limited to one section). Healing: Atrial fibrillation (not dangerous) Ventricular fibrillation (very dangerous) Increased peristalsis of the whole smooth muscle of […]

Heart-Muscle smooth, on the left – Diagnostic Chart of Germanische Heilkunde

Part of the smooth muscle of the heart. Conflict: Peristalsis-like onward transport of the blood Idiom: – Hamer Focus: HH in midbrain on right side, but belonging to brainstem. active phase: Locally increased peristalsis (limited to one section). Healing: Atrial fibrillation (not dangerous) Ventricular fibrillation (very dangerous) Increased peristalsis of the whole smooth muscle of […]

Smooth Uterine Musculature right – Diagnostic Chart of Germanische Heilkunde

Uterine musculature, right. Developmentally, there used to be two uteruses, as we still find in some animals today. Conflict: Conflict equivalent that the fruit remains in the uterus (not being pregnant). Idiom: – Hamer Focus: In the midbrain on the right, but belonging to the brainstem active phase: In the first 3 months of pregnancy, […]

Smooth Uterine Musculature left – Diagnostic Chart of Germanische Heilkunde

Uterine musculature, left. Developmentally, there used to be two uteruses, as we still find in some animals today. Conflict: Conflict equivalent that the fruit remains in the uterus (not being able to give birth). Idiom: – Hamer Focus: HH in the midbrain on the left, but belonging to the brainstem active phase: In the first […]

Smooth intestine musculature right – Diagnostic Chart of Germanische Heilkunde

Smooth muscle at the inserting intestinal tract. Conflict: Conflict of inability to intestinally move a morsel along. Idiom: – Hamer Focus: HH in the midbrain on the right, but belonging to brainstem. active phase: Constipation Locally increased bowel peristalsis, remaining bowel with slowed peristalsis (often misinterpreted as paralytic ileus). Healing: Diarrhea The whole intestine increased […]

Intestinal smooth muscle on the left – Diagnostic Chart of Germanische Heilkunde

Smooth muscle at the outgoing intestinal tract. Conflict: Conflict of inability to intestinally move a morsel along. Idiom: – Hamer Focus: HH in midbrain on left side, but belonging to brainstem. active phase: Constipation Locally increased intestinal peristalsis, remaining intestine with slowed peristalsis (often misinterpreted as paralytic ileus). Healing: Diarrhea Whole intestine increased intestinal muscle […]

Blood vessels – smooth musculature on the right – Diagnostic Chart of Germanische Heilkunde

… Conflict: Need for solidification of the vascular wall (arteries and veins). Idiom: – Hamer Focus: HH in equilateral midbrain right active phase: During vessel wall necrosis, the smooth muscle layer simultaneously thickens, preventing vessel perforation. Healing: In the cl-phase, vessel wall necrosis is repaired (athero- or arteriosclerosis). The reinforced vascular smooth muscle remains thickened. […]

Blood Vessels – smooth musculature on the left – Diagnostic Chart of Germanische Heilkunde

… Conflict: Need for solidification of the vascular wall (arteries and veins). Idiom: – Hamer Focus: HH in equilateral midbrain left. active phase: During vessel wall necrosis, the smooth musculature layer simultaneously thickens, preventing vessel perforation. Healing: In the pcl-phase, vessel wall necrosis is repaired (athero- or arteriosclerosis). The reinforced vascular smooth musculature remains thickened. […]