Homotoxicology and Biopuncture
Homotoxicology is a system that can be viewed as the bridge between allopathic and homeopathic medicine.
Biopuncture refers to the injection of homeopathic complex into very specific points on the body.
Homotoxicology is a system that can be viewed as the bridge between allopathic and homeopathic medicine as the therapy is administered based on the disease or disorder, not on individualised classical homeopathic principles. It can however work synergistically with classical homeopathy to ensure that the system is able to mount an effective reaction to the stimulus the single remedy imparts.
We are exposed to extrinsic and intrinsic toxins on a daily basis. These can take the form of pollutants and chemicals, or the by-products of metabolism and stress. We call these homotoxins. Homotoxicology views disease as a build-up of these toxins, and the resultant impairment of normal physiological function. It makes use of combinations of homeopathic substances to stimulate a cascade of systemic regulatory processes that neutralise homotoxins, remove blockages or enzymatic defects, and restore function.
Biopuncture refers to the injection of homeopathic complex into very specific points on the body, usually just under the skin or intramuscularly. When injected these medicines are directly in contact with the extracellular matrix (ECM). The ECM is an active system of fluid that surrounds all cells and enables cell to cell communication. The ECM communicates with the endocrine and nervous systems, thus stimulation within this matrix has a local and systemic regulatory effect. Homotoxicological medications can also be administered topically, orally, or nasally.
The medications are prepared in Germany under strict quality control. The ampoules used in biopuncture are manufactured by companies that guarantee the production quality of their products and are supported by numerous clinical trials.