OF THE CAUSATIVE FACTORS IN ILLNESS
USING HOMEOPATHIC REMEDIES
may be regarded, quite simply, as some imbalance in health, due to the
body being more or less overwhelmed by some toxic load. Work
done, over the past 30 years or so, by a surgeon, D. George Laurence,
has shown that such imbalance can be identified by measurable changes
in the protein of the body. These changes can be linked to the action
of the toxic factors referred to above. By getting rid of these toxins
a progressive return to health may be achieved, within the limits that
are possible and this, of course, depends on whether there is already
significant and irreversible tissue damage present.
is usually related to situations in which parts are no longer functionally
present, perhaps following surgery.
Toxins may be either acquired or inherited:
They can be chemical, occurring in what we eat, drink, breathe or touch,
including medicines, or they can represent hangover(s) from
some illness already experienced during the lifetime of the person since
conception, including such things as smallpox vaccination or other immunisation,
especially against measles.
The more important group, not representing any present illness in the
persons own lifetime but hangover(s) from some real
illness experienced by some forebear, perhaps several generations ago.
This group contains two factors which are almost always present and show
that there has been a previous family history of both human and bovine
tuberculosis. The human form seems of special importance in those families
in which there is a history of diabetes while the bovine one seems particularly
related to the allergic illnesses, as in asthma, hay fever, eczema, food
and contact allergies, etc.
Analysis of a sample of protein blood or hair will give
the required information about toxic load in each case. A small spot of
blood on a postage stamp sized piece of white absorbent paper (finger
prick with a needle sterilised by heating in a flame and allowed to cool)
or a small lock of hair about 20 hairs, one inch long, secured
in a small bunch by Sellotape, will do as a sample. While each toxin requires
analysis and treatment in its own right, only one sample of protein is
needed for the whole series.