Reckeweg's Homotoxicology Table of Human Adaptation to Toxics
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Homotoxicology describes what I call "Human toxic management": How the body reacts to attack by "toxins." For more information you can visit the German site, Homotoxicology. The chart below (two formats) is taught by Dietrich Klinghardt, M.D., Ph.D., as a way to understand the changes in symptoms and feelings during a person's life of struggle against the toxins around them. The conditions that are named in the table are the western medicine labels for the situation of the body during that current phase of its attempts to heal from the assault by toxins. If the person with one of those conditions is treated successfully, according to the developer of the table, Dr. Hans Reckeweg, then the person may develop symptoms that western medicine likely would call a separate "disease" that was less life-threatening but still of concern.
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