Category Archives: Intermittent claudication – from the perspective of Germanische Heilkunde

Intermittent claudication (circulatory disorder) is the result of a narrowing of the arteries due to hanging healing of a conflict related to walking (e.g. I am no longer allowed to go to my child).

Arterial blood vessel necrosis on the right – Diagnostic Chart of Germanische Heilkunde

Arterial blood vessel necrosis right half of the body. The intima of the coronary arteries with aortic arch and carotis (lower thirds) are part of the pharyngeal-arch. The intima is composed of squamous epithelium and is highly sensitive (see red column). Conflict: Self-devaluation conflict, particular disability corresponding to the localization. for the right-handed person concerning […]

Arterial blood vessel necrosis on the left – Diagnostic Chart of Germanische Heilkunde

Arterial blood vessel necrosis left half of the body. The intima of the coronary arteries with aortic arch and carotis (lower thirds) are part of the pharyngeal-arch. The intima is composed of squamous epithelium and is highly sensitive (see red column). Conflict: Self-devaluation conflict, particular disability corresponding to the localization. for the right-handed person concerning […]