Dr Hans-Heinrich

Dr Hans-Heinrich

RECKEWEG
1905 - 1985

Dr Hans-Heinrich Reckeweg integrated conventional medicine, science, and technology into homeopathy and called it Homotoxicology, which explains how organic and physiological reactions to toxins cause problems for people. Toxic reactions cause overloads that are expressed most often on the body’s surface. Reckeweg coined the term "homotoxin", meaning a substance that is toxic to humans, i.e., which cannot be safely broken down by the body and must be eliminated quickly from the body to remain harmless. Homotoxins are eliminated through various body portals (including the skin and lungs) when gently supported through natural, homeopathic substances. Dr Reckeweg described three phases by which the body deals with homotoxins: 1) excretion, 2) reaction, and 3) deposition. The excretion phase eliminates toxins via portals. The reaction phase uses inflammation as the primary means to remove homotoxins. The deposition phase stores and deactivates toxins. Book: * HOMOEOPATHIA - ANTIHOMOT

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