Category Archives: Pain

The pain usually occurs in the healing phases due to the exudative healing swellings, which subside after the crisis. In the squamous epithelium, this also applies to the so-called external skin pattern. In the so-called pharyngeal-mucosal scheme (angina pectoris, peptic ulcer…) the conflict-active phase and the crisis is painful, but not the healing phase.

Gullet-Mucousa-Pattern – Diagnostic Chart of Germanische Heilkunde

Squamous Epithelium, Ectoderm, Red Group, Cerebral Cortex-Controlled. The pharyngeal-mucosal pattern includes the squamous epithelium that has migrated from the nose’s sinuses, wallpapered the pharynx and gullet, and migrated down the small curvature of the stomach to the first section of the duodenum (see graphic Embryonic Development). In the active phase, these SBSe hurt. In the […]