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Intermittent claudication Treatment with Homeopathy and Schuessler salts (homeopathic cell salts) ebook

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Opis ebooka Intermittent claudication Treatment with Homeopathy and Schuessler salts (homeopathic cell salts) - Robert Kopf

Intermittent claudication is a common disease in which narrowed arteries reduce blood flow to the limbs. If it is caused by a buildup of plaques in your blood vessels (atherosclerosis), you're at risk of developing limb ischemia, stroke and heart attack. The symptoms are muscle pain or cramping in your arms or legs (mostly in the calf) triggered by activity, and accompanied by numbness, weakness, coldness, sores that won't heal, shiny skin with change in the color, weak pulse, feeling cold and fatigue. In this naturopathic adviser, I will give you recommendations how to treat and prevent intermittent claudication with Homeopathy, Schuessler salts (also named cell salts, tissue salts) and herbal tinctures. I will present you the most proven homeopathic remedies and Schuessler salts, including the appropriate potency and dosage. I wish you much success, joy in life and especially your health.

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Robert Kopf

Intermittent claudication Treatment with Homeopathy and Schuessler salts (homeopathic cell salts)

A homeopathic and naturopathic guide

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Content

Content of "Intermittent claudication - Treatment with Homeopathy and Schuessler salts (homeopathic cell salts)" ISBN 978-3-7438-2668-7

 

Introduction

 

Metabolic blockages in the treatment of intermittent claudication

Intermittent claudication - Treatment with Homeopathy

Intermittent claudication - Treatment with Schuessler salts

 

Epilogue

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Introduction

Robert Kopf, Author of Naturopathy and Traditional Healer

Translated from german edition by the author.

 

Circulatory disorders and intermittent claudication (a peripheral arterial disease) are common diseases in which narrowed arteries reduce blood flow to the limbs. If your peripheral artery disease is caused by a buildup of plaques in your blood vessels (atherosclerosis), you're at risk of developing limb ischemia (can cause tissue death and amputation of the affected limb), stroke and heart attack.

 

The symptoms of intermittent claudication are muscle pain or cramping in your arms or legs (mostly in the calf) triggered by activity, and accompanied by numbness, weakness, coldness, sores that won't heal, shiny skin with change in the color, hair loss, weak pulse, erectile dysfunction in men, concentration problems, feeling cold and fatigue.

 

Causes of intermittent claudication and peripheral artery disease are smoking and alcohol, diabetes and other metabolic diseases, an acidification of the body, hormonal disorders, obesity, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, high level of homocysteine, lack of exercise and a family history of peripheral artery disease.

 

In the homeopathic and biochemical treatment (Schuessler salts) of intermittent claudication, detoxification therapies serve the activation of metabolism, the immune system and strengthening the body's circulation and connective tissue. It cleans, de-acidifies the body, is mineralizing and leads to a balanced life energy. The body will be purified and the dissolved metabolic waste, acids and toxins are excreted through the intestines, urinary tract, lungs and skin.

 

Intermittent claudication can be caused and reinforced by a mineral deficiency and an acidification of the body. Mineral deficiency and acidification in turn weaken the hormonal system, connective tissue and immune system. A defective metabolism favors peripheral artery disease, acidification and chronic health problems and is often the result of a disturbance of mineral intake and mineral distribution.

 

Although we may receive enough minerals in our food, in the event of a metabolic disorder, not all of the minerals may reach the cells. The use of homeopathic remedies and Schuessler salts is a good way to compensate this mineral deficiency in a natural way and to treat and prevent intermittent claudication.

 

Stress, acidification of the body, as well as environmental toxins hinder the mineral transport through the cell membranes. This is where the effect of Homeopathy and Schuessler salts works. They activate the excretion of toxins and acids. The organism is purified from inside. The basal metabolic rate increases and the self-healing power of the body is activated.

 

First I like to explain you the therapies for the treatment and prevention of intermittent claudication offered in this guide:

 

Homeopathy was developed about 200 years ago by Samuel Hahnemann. The three basic principles of Homeopathy are the simile rule, homeopathic drug testing and detection of individual disease. The most important principle is the principle of similarity (simile rule), which was formulated in 1796 by Hahnemann.

 

It states that a patient should be treated with the remedy, which can cause in its original state similar symptoms in healthy people like the existing disease. It notes primarily the main complaints of the patient. Together with a few differentiating additional informations (modalities) then the right remedy will be found for the treatment of intermittent claudication.

 

The dosage depends on the condition of the patient. As the patient improves, the distances between the medication will be gradually extended.

 

What happens if you choose the wrong remedy? Nothing - just as a key does not turn in the wrong door lock, a wrong homeopathic remedy does not cause any reaction in the body.

 

The homeopathic remedies are available as D-, C- and LM potencies. For the beginners in Homeopathy, I recommend the use of lower D-potencies. Higher potencies (D200, C and LM potencies) should only be given by an expert, as they go very deep in their effects and are often used only once.

 

Schuessler salts (also named homeopathic cell salts, tissue salts, biochemistry) for the treatment and prevention of intermittent claudication

 

In the 19th century the german physician Dr. Wilhelm Heinrich Schuessler (1821 to 1898) developed his health cure with homeopathic mineral salts. In recent years this therapy celebrated a comeback.

 

In his studies Schuessler discovered twelve mineral compounds, comprised each of a base and an acid, which play a crucial role in the function and structure of the body. He developed his own system with which many diseases can be treated in a natural way (also intermittent claudication).

 

Schuessler focused his search on mineral salts and trace elements, which are found in every cell of the body and called his method of healing "Biochemistry" (chemistry of life). It is based on the assumption that nearly every disease is caused because of the lack of a specific mineral salt. This leads to dysregulations inside the cells. The molecules cannot flow freely.

 

A mineral salt deficiency arises from the fact that the cells cannot optimally use the minerals. To improve their absorption, mineral salts therefore have to be highly diluted (potentized). Schuessler used the homeopathic potencies D3 (3x), D6 (6x) and D12 (12x) for his therapy. In general, the 6x (dilution 1:1 million) or 12x (1:1 trillion) is taken.

 

In this naturopathic adviser, I will give you recommendations how to treat and prevent intermittent claudication with Homeopathy, herbal tinctures and Schuessler salts. I will present you the most proven homeopathic remedies and Schuessler salts, including the appropriate potency and dosage.

 

Naturopathy works holistically and treats the whole body, spirit and soul. I wish you much success in your treatment, joy in life and especially your health.

 

Robert Kopf

www.heilpraktiker-robert-kopf.de

Metabolic blockages in the treatment of intermittent claudication

There are several metabolic blockages which you have to treat for to deacidify and detoxify the body of people suffering from intermittent claudication.

 

Metabolic blockage No. 1: The acid-base balance

Too much sugar, white flour products, meat and sausage acidifies the body. In order to neutralize the acids precious bases are consumed. What is not neutralized, ends up as a "hazardous waste" in the connective tissue and leads to its acidity. The metabolic process slows down. We get intermittent claudication and peripheral artery disease, gain weight despite calorie conscious diet and exercise.

 

Schuessler-salt No. 9 Sodium phosphate 6x (Nr. 9 Natrium phosphoricum D6) ensures that toxins and metabolic residues are flushed from the body. Sodium phosphate (Natrium phosphoricum) also stimulates the metabolism of fat and sugar degradation.

 

Metabolic blockage No. 2: The connective tissue

The connective tissue is more than just a connection between the organs. It serves as a nutrient storage and intermediate storage of metabolic products. In the connective tissue the cells dispose their waste products. That the toxins can leave the body, enough mineral salts must be present.

 

A mineral deficiency causes metabolic residues, acidification and overload with toxins. They remain in the connective tissue and bind water. It comes to intermittent claudication and water retention (edema) in the tissues of the body.