Category Archives: Intestinal Colic – symptoms according to the Germanische Heilkunde

With intestinal colic, the smooth intestinal muscles react (morsel, anger conflict). In the conflict-active phase, there is intestinal immobilization (constipation). In the healing phase, there is intestinal colic (diarrhea). In the crisis phase, the intestine is again immobilized (constipation).

Smooth intestine musculature right – Diagnostic Chart of Germanische Heilkunde

Smooth muscle at the inserting intestinal tract. Conflict: Conflict of inability to intestinally move a morsel along. Idiom: – Hamer Focus: HH in the midbrain on the right, but belonging to brainstem. active phase: Constipation Locally increased bowel peristalsis, remaining bowel with slowed peristalsis (often misinterpreted as paralytic ileus). Healing: Diarrhea The whole intestine increased […]

Intestinal smooth muscle on the left – Diagnostic Chart of Germanische Heilkunde

Smooth muscle at the outgoing intestinal tract. Conflict: Conflict of inability to intestinally move a morsel along. Idiom: – Hamer Focus: HH in midbrain on left side, but belonging to brainstem. active phase: Constipation Locally increased intestinal peristalsis, remaining intestine with slowed peristalsis (often misinterpreted as paralytic ileus). Healing: Diarrhea Whole intestine increased intestinal muscle […]