Periosteum - Symptoms according to Germanische Heilkunde®
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The periosteum covers any bone. It hurts when the bone is repaired in the healing phase with swelling. It must not be opened by a puncture. Otherwise, no pressure can be built up in the bone, and more and more callus is produced. However, the periosteum itself has its own SBS (brutal separation). The periosteum belongs to the pharyngeal-mucosal scheme and hurts in the conflict-active phase.
We have an impaired short-term memory in all sensory SBSs, such as outer skin (separation conflict). Short-term memory is particularly impaired in the periosteum (rheumatism, brutal separation).
The periosteum belongs to the pharyngeal-mucosal scheme and hurts in the active phase after a severe separation.
Raynaud’s syndrome is the active phase of a brutal separation conflict concerning the periosteum. This brutal separation has been associated with the place where the symptom occurs.