Category Archives: Intestinal Colic

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).

Intestinal cancer – colon, rectum, small intestine

photo ryke geerd hamer

Intestinal cancer belongs to the inner cotyledon (entoderm). The associated relay is located in the brainstem. It, therefore, makes compact tumors of the adenocellular type in the conflict-active phase. The morsel-conflict Brainstem-controlled adenocarcinomas always arise when we cannot assimilate, swallow, digest, or excrete a morsel. These biological conflicts are to be understood developmentally as archaic […]

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 […]