Category Archives: Helicobacter pylori – from the perspective of Germanischen Heilkunde

Helicobacter pylori (bacterium) is suspected in conventional medicine to cause stomach ulcers. However, the stomach ulcer is squamous epithelial mucosa and ulcerates in the conflict-active phase. In the healing phase, the ulcer is replenished with swelling, but without microbes (the viruses do not exist). Bacteria can, however, certainly co-react in the healing phase if the connective tissue (supporting tissue present everywhere) has co-reacted, e.g. in the case of a deep ulcer.