auxiliary medications are used?
Often, but, not always, some medications are prescribed during treatment. As the subtitle states, they help. That is: they help or collaborate so that the treatment’s objectives are carried out faster and better.
In most of the cases, it involves
oral or injected
homeopathic medication in the manner of modern German homeopathy or Reckeweg
homeotoxicology, a school that works with homeopathic medicinal compounds
supported in pharmacological studies, combined with lisados of organs (animal
with homeopathic techniques) and nosodes (also homeopathically diluted and
manipulated viruses, parasites, bacteria or diseased tissue).
catalytic trace elements can also be given: metals and nonmetals that despite
their negligible presence in the body are of great importance in the efficient
development of the metabolic biochemistry.
Another interesting possibility are Flowers of Bach, prescribing fixed
formulas that include several flowers simultaneously, and, proposing self
medication to the patient- an alternative proposed by the very founder of the
system. The herbal teas or the dyes derived from them, can also be considered at
the time of choosing the best side-medication for each patient. The same goes
if it becomes essential to prescribe an antibiotic to "remove the
picture" from an infectious situation. It is rare, but, it can happen,
which makes a small explanation on the subject necessary.
Although it holds a clearly theoretical and practical position on medical problems, energy medicine does not have dogmatic interests nor does it suffer of theological fanaticism about them. Most of the currently prescribed drugs (called allopathic) act toxically in the body, and this is particularly pertinent if they are used for long periods. Sometimes, they can be useful in the acute phase of a disease, and they are irreplaceable under emergencies where one is fighting for one’s life. But, unfortunately, they become a problem when used irresponsibly and/or during prolonged periods.
similar observation could be made about this medicine’s relationship with
other different specialties. These are useful, in that they contribute to the
knowledge of specific problems of the different organs and systems. So, the
information that comes from a specialist is worthwhile, particularly, as far as
the diagnosis goes. But, this manner of understanding medicine (from the
specialty perspective) creates two problems: a possible indifference for
problems in “the rest of the body" and the recommendation of measures
and medicines that could be detrimental to the patient.
These are the shortcomings that energy medicine tries to correct, by advancing from a holistic or global angle on health problems.
And, it may be relevant to mention something about the so-called
pharmacological test that is usually taken, to know whether a medication one is
contemplating on giving will be effective, indifferent or even harmful. This
test, a true and fortuitous finding of doctor Voll’s during the development of
his electro-acupuncture, is performed in the following way: while the patient
holds in his hand the electrode that connects him to the Dermatrón, the doctor
places the medicine in the "beehive" (circular device with holes to
insert blisters into) before retaking the points that have given off the highest
substance contained in the tested blister is also in the same condition, because
the "beehive" is part of the circuit, and, therefore, its radiation
wave will influence the new reading, be it by averaging it, ignoring it or
enhancing it. It is a practical, safe and efficient way to know ahead of time if
prescribing such-and-such a compound is a good idea or a gamble with more hopes