Category Archives: Varicose Veins

The “Millstone on the leg” conflict affects the veins. It is actually a self-devaluation-conflict. On the one hand, the connective tissue of the veins necrotizes, but at the same time, the smooth vein muscles are strengthened. During the healing phase, the connective tissue necroses are replenished, but the smooth muscles are not broken down and the varicose veins remain.

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

Venous blood vessel necrosis right half of the body. The intima of the coronary veins is a descendant of the pharyngeal arch. It is composed of squamous epithelium and is highly sensitive (see red column). Conflict: A specific self-devaluation conflict, e.g., for leg veins: “ball and chain conflict.” for the right-handed person concerning partner for […]

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

Venous blood vessel necrosis left half of the body. The intima of the coronary veins is a descendant of the pharyngeal arch. It is composed of squamous epithelium and is highly sensitive (see red column). Conflict: A specific self-devaluation conflict, e.g., for leg veins: “ball and chain conflict.” for the right-handed person concerning mother or […]

Blood vessels – smooth musculature on the right – Diagnostic Chart of Germanische Heilkunde

… Conflict: Need for solidification of the vascular wall (arteries and veins). Idiom: – Hamer Focus: HH in equilateral midbrain right active phase: During vessel wall necrosis, the smooth muscle layer simultaneously thickens, preventing vessel perforation. Healing: In the cl-phase, vessel wall necrosis is repaired (athero- or arteriosclerosis). The reinforced vascular smooth muscle remains thickened. […]

Blood Vessels – smooth musculature on the left – Diagnostic Chart of Germanische Heilkunde

… Conflict: Need for solidification of the vascular wall (arteries and veins). Idiom: – Hamer Focus: HH in equilateral midbrain left. active phase: During vessel wall necrosis, the smooth musculature layer simultaneously thickens, preventing vessel perforation. Healing: In the pcl-phase, vessel wall necrosis is repaired (athero- or arteriosclerosis). The reinforced vascular smooth musculature remains thickened. […]