Category Archives: Hepatitis – from the perspective of Germanische Heilkunde

Hepatitis (jaundice) develops in the healing phase of a male territorial anger or female identity conflict, concerning the liver bile ducts. However, a liver carcinoma (prolongation) in the active phase or in the healing phase could also press on the liver bile ducts and thus cause hepatitis. Clarification is provided by a head CT.

Jaundice – Diagnostic Chart of Germanische Heilkunde

Intrahepatic and extrahepatic squamous epithelial liver-bile duct ulcers. Conflict: Territorial anger conflict. The boundaries with the neighboring territory are violated so that the “neighboring boss” can make inroads. Often dispute about money. Inheritance dispute. Food envy conflict (Sausage dog eats the best morsels away from chief shepherd dog). handedness and hormonal status are crucial Idiom: […]

Liver-Ca – Diagnostic Chart of Germanische Heilkunde

Liver- solitary-Ca Conflict: Starvation conflict, also e.g. due to colon cancer Idiom: Oh, God! I’m starving! What am I going to live on? Hamer Focus: In the brainstem (pons), laterally on the right side active phase: Cauliflower-like growing adeno-Ca of secretory grade or predominantly spherical growing adeno-Ca of resorptive grade. Typically round, so-called solitary round foci […]