Constitutional approach in oncology. Organ approach to the treatment of tumors
Using the constitutional approach involves: 1. A careful repetition of the dose of the constitutional drug (KP). 2. Using the plessing method: granules of a homeopathic preparation are dissolved in water, shaken, given in the form of repeated repetitions. This also applies to the LM scale. This method more stimulates the immune system than the usual doses. LM potencies are more effective in the case of oncology treatment, since they are more consistent with the degree of tissue damage, including acting at the tissue level. The effect of LM potencies is much more significant than the effect of hundred potencies. The potency of the drug LM1 is equivalent to C6, but the scope and depth of its action is different, since dissolution occurs not in 100, but in 50,000 drops. With a further increase in potency from LM1 to LM2, LM3, etc., the electromagnetic activity increases around the lesion and the systemic effect on vitality increases. If there are clear reasons for the development of the disease that are obvious (the so-called trigger, or triggering factors), then in the history of the disease it is important to fix and use them, and the plan for homeopathic effects should be made only with their account! Organ approach. The main process underlying this appointment is detoxification, taking into account the localization of the pathological process and the organs affected by the medicine. Organ medicines are mainly prescribed as a maternal tincture. For example, Hydrastis stimulates appetite for anorexia and is prescribed for cachexia. Anorexia is a pronounced symptom of cancer. There is an opinion that cancer cells affect the center of hunger and satiety. The local effects of Hydrastis are concentrated in the gastrointestinal tract (esophagus, duodenum, stomach, large intestine, liver). The liver is a very important metabolic organ, actively involved in the oncological process, and it should receive an effect during treatment. For cancer of the gastrointestinal tract, treatment often begins with Hydrastis (especially in cases of stony density tumors). Nosodes are used as anti-miasmatic, intercurrent, constitutional, causal, local remedies (for example, Medorrhinum is prescribed for bone cancer after gonorrhea).