Category Archives: Helicobacter Pylori

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.

Stomach Ulcer – Diagnostic Chart of Germanische Heilkunde

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Stomach mucosal ulcer and duodenal ulcer (ulcer of the bulbus duodeni) Conflict: male territorial anger conflict. Boundary dispute conflict, e.g., with “neighbor territory chief,” also concerning the territory content “partner is cheating.” female identity conflict handedness and hormonal status decisive Idiom: Spitting venom and bile in anger Hamer Focus: HH right temporal Aktive phase: Mild pain […]

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