Category Archives: Hair Loss

Hair loss is the active phase of a separation conflict associated with the head.

An Attentive Observer Describes Various Animal Cases – Testimonial of Germanische Heilkunde

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Dear Mr. Pilhar, We have already had short mail contact. I have been living in the neighboring country Bolivia for 25 years. I want to say something about our animals in relation to the New Medicine, and if you think it is good, you can publish it as a testimonial on your site: First of […]

Hair Loss, Herpes during Breastfeeding – Testimonial of Germanische Heilkunde

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Breastfeeding side effects? I am a mother of 2 sons. I have known Germanische Heilkunde in great detail for many years and have integrated it into my life. Whenever symptoms occur in me, in my husband, or our children, we automatically try to find the cause according to our knowledge of Germanische Heilkunde and to […]

Changes of the skin in the Germanische Heilkunde®

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There is the corium skin and the outer skin According to the findings of Germanische Heilkunde®, which are based, among other things, on the ontogenetic system of tumors and cancer-equivalent diseases, there are two types of skin, which lie on top of each other but are of entirely different histological (cell) formation. They are also […]

Hair Loss right – Diagnostic Chart of Germanische Heilkunde

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Hair Loss (alopecia), localized or total, i.e. alopecia areata or alopecia totalis, right side of the body. Conflict: Separation conflict, where someone was stroked by a person in the relevant place and now no longer. Possibility: e.g., a grandchild is always stroked on the head by grandma. Grandma dies. Alopecia areata on the head. Possibility: […]

Hair Loss left – Diagnostic Chart of Germanische Heilkunde

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Hair Loss (alopecia), localized or total, i.e. alopecia areata or alopecia totalis, left side of the body. Conflict: Separation conflict, where someone was stroked by a person in the relevant place and now no longer. Possibility: e.g., a grandchild is always stroked on the head by grandma. Grandma dies. Alopecia areata on the head. Possibility: […]

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