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Cold, cough and flu

Presented by: K i t A d P t d b Kristy Anderson, ND Albuquerque, NM

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About the Speaker: Dr. Kristy Anderson · Doctorate from Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine, April

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· M di l Ed Medical Education Ad i i Advisor f H l I for Heel Inc. · Completed NIH grant-funded research on alternative oncology

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· Current practice is focused around naturopathic oncology treatment

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Introduction · Colds, coughs & flu are commonly seen in all practices · There are few allopathic treatment options

The ones offered only address the symptoms

· Homeopathic drugs offer practitioners many ways to treat the root

cause of the viral or bacterial pathogen causes the symptoms

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Introduction · Patients want drugs to treat the symptoms but also to treat the root

cause Thus reducing the total time of sickness

· Lost work days and productivity decrease with these conditions

Patients want a way to continue on with their lives

· Aim is to keep the patient healthy and allow the immune system to

properly combat the invading pathogens

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Introduction · This lecture will discuss: · Toxins as a root cause of disease · Immune system · Detoxification to bring body systems back to homeostasis · Protocols for viral and bacterial infections

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The matrix The framework upon which all else rests!

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Humoral basis of disease · Alfred Pischinger, MD, a medical professor in Vienna and the father

of modern histochemistry

· C Concentrated on understanding the various f d d di h i forms of communication f i i

within living tissue

· Author of Matrix & Matrix Regulation in 1975

Explains that all organs and their cellular elements are dependent on the dynamic flow within the matrix for optimal health & function

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Dr. Pischinger's Ground Regulation System

· Essential to understanding the function of anti-homotoxic medications in

the inflammatory process

· Pischinger defines the system of ground regulation as a functional unit

encompassing the vascular pathway, the connective tissue cells, lymphatic system and the autonomic nervous structures

· The extracellular fluid serves as a uniting force and an information

cellular level; it regulates the cell millieu

highway that links / directs the elements of the ground regulation system

· This huge system regulates everything that enters the system at the · One of its most important functions is to feed individual cells and to

remove by-products of cellular activity

· In its regulatory capacity the ground regulation system is involved in

every inflammatory reaction and is thus responsible for all vital activity of the organism; one might say it is where health and disease begin

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The connective tissue matrix is the basic regulation system of the entire organism

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Dynamic flow system · According to the matrix theory, each living organism is a dynamic

flow system attempting to remain in a state of equilibrium

· Th matrix iis the llargest " The i h "non-organ" system within the b d an " i hi h body,

internet" of cellular organ structures

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Extracellular matrix (ground substance) electron microscopy

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Matrix: The matrix consists of a network of: · High molecular wt. carbohydrates · Glycoprotein biopolymers · Elastin collagen skeleton · Neurovascular bundles · Lymphatic channels

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Cellular components of the matrix include: · WBC's · Mast Cells · Macrophages · Glycocalyx: a thin layer extending over the surface of the cell organ

structure

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The matrix The glycocalyx facilitates direct and instantaneous communication to the cellular organ population from the matrix flow system system.

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Primary matrix functions · Nutrition - Defense ­ Repair · The Matrix is capable of both specific and non-specific responses to

stimuli i li

· Matrix reacts locally and globally · Matrix reacts more to the strength than to the type of stimulus · Diseases and death are simply different degrees of qualitative and

quantitative manifestations of disturbances in matrix activity

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The matrix

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The connective tissue matrix is the basic regulation system of the entire organism

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"Regulation therapy" · Based on the use of therapeutic techniques that maintain or restore

dynamic: physiochemical, physiochemical energetic and/or information flow within and throughout the matrix system

· A harmonious and uniform functioning matrix is necessary for

optimum health

· Homeopathic drugs allow this regulation to take place to heal the

illness

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Homotoxicology and our health

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The matrix our health and detoxification

· If the matrix is polluted the immune system will not function properly · Illness is a way of detoxing the system · Banal infections as children

Train the immune system & help us learn our environment

· Poor detoxification

system functioning

increased inflammation

decrease immune

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How can homotoxicology help? · Disease is struggle against endogenous & exogenous toxins · Illness is a compensation method · Illness as detoxification

Stimulation of the immune system Fever Getting out of "regulation rigidity"

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Inflammation phase

· In an effort to rid itself of toxins that it has been unable to excrete,

the body mounts an inflammatory reaction

· I l d f Includes fever, production of i fl d i f inflammatory prostaglandins ( i ) l di (pain),

increased blood flow (erythema, warmth, tachycardia, elevation of blood pressure), edema, and mobilization of leucocytes (suppuration (colored mucus, pus)

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Homotoxicology role

· When applied at first sight of infection:

Activate nonspecific immune enhancement -I Increase phagocytic rates h i

· Stimulate cellular enzymes · Stimulate T lymphocytes · Stimulate cell-mediated cytotoxicity · Stimulate monocyte lysis activity · Stimulate interferon production and release

Excretion phase stimulated E ti h ti l t d - Flushes toxins

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Immunomodulators - IMPG's · Suis organ extracts · Sarcodes

Healthy tissue

· Nosodes

Diseased tissue

· Venoms of animal origin

Modulate through Bystander Reaction which modulates the immune response

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Drugs that Stimulate · Gripp-Heel® + Engystol®

Gripp-Heel® and Engystol® mixed and injected -I Increased stimulation of the granulocytes phagocytotic ability d ti l ti f th l t h t ti bilit - Additive effect when combined together to increase phagocytosis by 41% - Categorized as immunostimulants with nonspecific effects and should be used in cycles to allow for proper immune stimulation

Jurcic K, Doenicke A, Behrens N. Influence of Homeopathic Drug Preparations on the Phagocytosis Capability of Granulocytes. Arzneim-Forsch/Drug Res. 1986,36 (II), 9:1421-1425.

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Gripp-Heel® + Engystol® (study summary)

· Gripp-Heel® and Engystol® both singly and mixed together showed a

significant increase in phagocytosis activity

· 1:10 attenuated mixture of Gripp-Heel and Engystol there was an Gripp Heel Engystol,

increase of 41% (+/- 3.9) over control and this was greater than either single drug

· "Clear increase in the phagocytosis rate even after the first injection." · Maximum rate reached on 3rd and 4th injection · After discontinuation of the injection, the phagocytosis rate dropped

back into normal range within 6 days

· Dose dependent effects and "administering a dosage which is too high

can sometimes lead to immunosuppressive effects."

Jurcic K, Doenicke A, Behrens N. Influence of Homeopathic Drug Preparations on the Phagocytosis Capability of Granulocytes. Arzneim-Forsch/Drug Res. 1986,36 (II), 9:1421-1425.

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Traumeel® & immunomodulation (study summary) · In vitro study to access the ability of resting or activated "T cells,

monocytes and gut epithelial cells to secrete the prototypic proinflammatory mediators IL-1 , TNF- and IL-8

· Traumeel® inhibited all three

IL-1 up to 70% TNF- up to 65% IL-8 up to 50%

· Maximum inhibition with a dilution of 10-3 to 10-6 and was inversely

dose dependent

· These "in vitro results offer[s] a mechanism for the anti-inflammatory

effects of Traumeel® observed in clinical use."

Porozov S, et al. Inhibition of IL-1B and TNF-alpha Secretion from Resting and Activated Human Immunocytes by the Homeopathic Medication Traumeel S. Clin & Dev Immunology, June 2004, Vol 11(2), pp. 143-149

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Combination homeopathic drugs

How they are made and the great advantage of these drugs

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Advantage of homotoxicology: "complex" formulas · You don't have to know or understand homeopathy to use these

drugs

· All Allows physician to intervene i any one or group of metabolic h i i i in f b li

reactions considered to be malfunctioning or blocked

· eg. Coenzyme compositum® is used to stimulate & unblock specific

metabolic processes)

· Tissue and organ modifier medications can be used to detoxify, drain

or modulate a specific organ or tissue

· Chronic conditions can be treated with nosode therapy to clear the

matrix

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Potency strength of the drug · Diluent is alcohol, glycerin or lactose · Decimal designated with an "X" and centisimal scale is a "C" · Heel and BHI drugs are ALL in the decimal scale

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Process of potentization · Potentization involves the serial dilution and succussion

(vigorous shaking) of the substance during preparation.

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Potentization · Hahnemann discovered that the process of potentization increased

the healing power of the drug while reducing its toxic side effects.

· E Example: metals or charcoal. P l l h l Potentization renders the product noni i d h d

toxic.

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High vs. low potencies

· Dilution influences the effect the substance has on the patient

Low dilutions affect physical symptoms High dilutions (200x and above) can affect mental/emotional symptoms

· Heel Homaccord preparations are the only products that have higher

potency levels (200x, 1000x) All homaccords are in liquid or oral vial dosage form

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This sounds supernatural!

· Analogies exist in nature

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Scientific validation of highly diluted Anti-Homotoxin drugs · Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) · This technique is sensitive to changes in the way water is organized

at a molecular l l l level. P h l Perhaps the b h best work on this she h d seen k hi h had using NMR was conducted by

· Dr. Demangeat at the Service de Medicine Nucleaire at Hagenau in

France showed that homeopathic potencies differed not only from controls but also from each other. The results indicate that at a molecular level, water in potencies is organized differently from controls and further suggest that the p gg particular manner of this organization is specific to particular remedies (Ref: Demangeat L, Demongcol C, Gries P, Poitevin B, Constanstinesco A.

`Modifications des temps de relaxation RMN a 4 MHz des protons du solvant dans les tres hautes dilutions salines de silicic/lactose.' J. Med. Nuc. Biophy. 1992;16(2):13545)

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The immune system

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Illnesses

· Everyone gets sick

Mostly bacterial or viral -B Bacterial i l disease - Viral antibiotics ibi i upset GI more susceptible to ibl

immune system has to work hard

· Hindered by antipyretics (fever reducers) · Gets stuck in "regulation rigidity" · Inflammation (Th1) · Allergy & asthma (Th2)

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The immune system we are born with

· Infants have immature immune systems · Microflora inoculation at birth · Colostrum for first week · Tolerance and a Th2 response to "learn" the new environment · Training the immune system with banal infections & diseases · I Inoculations & suppressing b l ti i banal di l diseases

Th2 state - Asthma, allergy, hay fever, eczema, cancer

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Adult immune system · More than 40% of the immune system is in the gut (GALT) · Antigens from the gut are passed across the musocal lining via the

M cells i ll into the MALT where they i h h h interact with the i i h h immune cells ll If activated in the MALT they stay in the mucosal system - Lymph tissue lamina propria & mucosal epithelium

· Fever & inflammation are needed

With repression decrease immune system functioning delay healing/recovery time y g y

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Mucosal barrier (Leaky Gut)

Fig 2 from GI brochure

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Fever

A means to control the immune system and fight the pathogen

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Fever

· Modulation is key to faster recovery

Bacterial & Viral Brochure- Heel Inc. 2006

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Drugs for Fever

· Belladonna-Homaccord®

Modulate the fever - slow onset, a constant undulating fever and dilated pupils

· Aconitum-Homaccord®

Rapid onset of high fever, after exposure to cold temperatures fever

· Aconitum + Belladonna

Fever due to pathogen exposure

· Gripp-Heel®

Ability to increase phagocytosis - quickly clear the invading pathogen causing the illness and fever

· Viburcol®

Infants and young children Modulate the fever and support the immune system

· Echinacea compositum® (Rx)

May reduce bacterial infections and shorten the course of the disease

· Traumeel®

Always used with fever to modulate the immune system, Decrease the cyclooxygenase in the brain - lower the hypothalamic set point for body temperature

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Viburcol® & Tylenol

Muller-Krampe B, Gottwald R, Weiser M. Symptomatic Treatment of Acute Feverish Infection with a Modern Homeopathic Medication. Biologische Medizin. Vol 31, No 2, 2002, pp. 79-85.

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Acute & Chronic Infections

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Common Acute Illnesses

· Classifying illnesses and Infections by phase · Types of medications and routes of delivery · Treatment of viral and bacterial infections

Influenza and the common cold Rhinitis and sinusitis Otitis media and externa Pharyngitis and tonsillitis Bronchitis and pneumonia

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Phases of acute illnesses excretion phase

· Rhinorrhea/post nasal drip · Cough · Tearing · Migratory joint pains · Rashes · Sweating · Tachycardia

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Inflammation phase (think "-itis")

· Fever · Erythema · Discoloration of mucus · Localized pain (head,

sinuses, nose, throat, ear, lymph nodes, chest, muscles) pharyngitis, tonsillitis, lymphangitis, bronchitis, pneumonitis, pleuritis

· Otitis, sinusitis, rhinitis,

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Simplified Approach to Common Acute Illnesses

· Establish severity of condition and absence of indications for allopathic care,

such as: Severe streptococcal tonsillitis Acute epiglottis Pneumonia with respiratory compromise Frontal sinusitis, others

· Establish patient's interest in anti-homotoxin treatment, and their budget for

supplements (1, 2, 3 or 4 drugs)

· Treat major symptoms with:

a) Drugs addressing phase of illness (e.g. inflammation) b) Drugs addressing predominant organ symptoms (seek to address maximum # symptoms per drug) c) Drugs addressing excretion / drainage

· Treat origin of symptoms (viral vs. bacterial)

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Acute ear, nose and throat (ENT) disorders · The ENT system is the first line of defense against · Invading organisms and other airborne toxins. · We breathe in 12 kg of air a day, as compared to · Consuming 2 kg. of water and 1.5 kg. of food · Inhaled air is the major source of infections · Environmental toxins, presenting as sinusitis and Rhinitis

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What about the cause of an infection?

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Viral Infections · Intracellular

Right side of Six-Phase chart Harder H d to treat

· May remain latent

Epstein-Barr (EBV) Cytomegalovirus (CMV) Herpes simplex (HSV-1, HSV-2) Varizella zoster (VZV)

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Common Viral Infections · The common cold · Influenza · Croup · Viral pharyngitis · Viral bronchitis · Serous otitis media · Infectious mononucleosis

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Western treatment of viral infections · None ("It will get better...") · Symptom treatment · (Inappropriate) antibiotic therapy · Anti-viral therapy (esp. influenza) · Prevention (vaccination) · Quarantine

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Anti-Homotoxin therapy for viral infections

· Engystol® · Gripp-Heel® · Viburcol® (infants and children) · Echinacea compositum® · SinusinTM · Studies show in vitro viral inhibition for Influenza A, Respiratory syncitial virus

and Type 1 Herpes simplex virus. Med. 1999:28(3);142-146

· Glatthaar-Saalmuller, Metelmann, "The Anti-viral Mechanism of SinusinTM Biol. · Studies show prevention of flu and common cold with Engystol®

(Ferley, Zmirou, D'Aldemar, Balducci. A controlled evaluation of a homeopathic preparation in the treatment of influenza like syndromes Br J Clin Pharm 1989 27. 239-335

Casanova, Gerard. Randomized multicentric study of occillococcinum vs. placebo Boiron Labs. 1992:11-16)

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Engystol® · Combination preparation containing

Vincetoxicum hyrundinaria (swallowwort) in 6X, 10X, 30X Sulphur in S l h i 4X and 10X d

· Studied extensively

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Gripp-Heel® · Aconitum (monkshood) 4X · Lachesis bushmaster snake venom) 12X · Bryonia (bryony) 4X · Eupatorium perfoliatum (water hemp) 3X · Phosphorus 5X

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Common cold · Over 100 different viruses cause the common cold · Main virus: Rhinovirus · General symptoms:

Fever Headache Muscle pain Cough Sore throat S h Nasal catarrh

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Viral Disease protocols

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Influenza

· Fever is critical

Stimulates the immune system -I Increases phagocytosis of macrophages h i f h - Destroys virally infected cells May shorten the length of illness

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Influenza · Immunostimulation is advisable

Prevents infection Need dose i cycles N d to d in l Stimulates regulatory & defense mechanisms

· Drainage of toxins from matrix ensures

Proper functioning of immune system Ability to stay in good health

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Influenza treatments

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Aggressive treatment of colds and flu · In case of acute case of influenza: · First dose with mixed dose of Engystol®, Gripp-Heel® and Echinacea

compositum® i

· Then continue Engystol® and Gripp-Heel® alternating

Q ½ hour on day 1

· Then Engystol and Gripp-Heel TID until flu resolves, along with

Echinacea compositum® TID

· May add Traumeel® TID, Mucosa compositum® TID for cough,

Mercurius-Heel® Q4h for sore throat and

· Gelsenium-Homaccord® Q4h for muscle weakness

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Bacterial Infections

· A typical bacterium has a rigid cell wall and a

thin, rubbery cell membrane surrounding the cytoplasm. cytoplasm A bacterium contains its own chromosomal DNA. In addition, it may have extra loose bits of DNA called plasmids floating in the cytoplasm. The DNA serves to promote protein transcription in the bacterial ribosomes. In addition, some bacteria have flagellae for motility. manufacturing capacity, bacteria have all the tools they need to reproduce themselves.

· Because of their genetic material and protein

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Common bacterial infections

· Acute sinusitis · Streptococcal tonsillitis p · Acute otitis media · Acute pneumonitis / pneumonia · Hint: Memorize this list if patients press you for

antibiotics or a referral for antibiotics for their cold. infection. It means dead white blood cells that are filled with viral and other debris.

· Remember: Colored mucus does NOT mean bacterial

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Upper respiratory tract infections

· Rhinitis & sinusitis · Rhinitis

Allergies, viral or reactive - Allopathic treatments

- Decongestants, analgesics & vasoconstrictors

Homotox treatments - SinusinTM nasal spray

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Upper respiratory tract infections

· Sinusitis

Acute = inflammation Chronic - Cause: bacteria - Lung disorders (pneumonia & asthma) - Nasal polyps - May lead to degenerative phases in the respiratory system

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Treatment of URIs · Homotoxicology in the chronic condition

Mucosa compositum® - Si l Stimulate mucosal repair l i Coenzyme compositum and Ubichinon compositum ® - Modulate & regulate the milieu SinusinTM Controlling the symptoms

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SinusinTM for Sinusitis

· Randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study conducted over 5

months, with 155 patients, to

· Clinical efficacy of SinusinTM sinus relief in treating chronic sinusitis · Spray 2 metered sprays "of test medication or placebo in each nostril 4

times daily for 5 months"

· Results

Statistically significant improvement in the SinusinTM sinus relief group as compared to placebo "Improvement was most evident in the subjective criteria of respiratory Improvement obstruction, sensation of pressure, and headache. SinusinTM nasal spray was well tolerated." Conclusion "this study confirms SinusinTM nasal spray is reliably effective and well tolerated in chronic sinusitis."

Weiser M, Clasen BPE. Controlled Double- Blind Study of a Homeopathic Sinusitis Medication. BT Journal. Winter 1996.

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SinusinTM is Antiviral

· SinusinTM "is prescribed for inflammation of the mucosa of the nose and sinuses.

Infections in these areas are primarily of viral origin although bacterial superinfections are also common." ... In the lab viruses were studied to see how p y y y ( ) SinusinTM would effect Influenza A virus, respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), human rhinovirus (HRV) and herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1). "Results: SinusinTM showed considerable activity against RSV at its strongest noncytotoxic dilution level (1:16),causing an almost 35% reduction in the number of virus plaques. At its highest noncytotoxic concentration (a 1:8 dilution), the antiviral effect of SinusinTM was readily apparent and reduced HSV-1 plaques by approximately 30% that the product has significant effects against RSV and HSV-1. Although its y y antiviral activity is clearly weaker than that of the reference substances used to confirm the reliability of the in vitro model, the homeopathic medication also has far fever adverse

· Conclusions: Established virological in vitro test systems were used to prove

· Effects on the total organism than the synthetic substances"

Glatthaar-Saalmuller B, Metelmann H. Antiviral Action of a Homeopathic Medication. Biomedical Therapy 2000;18(1):160-164

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Conclusion · Viral and bacterial infections are very common · Allopathic treatment is symptomatic or antibiotics (usually) · Homotoxicology has a wide variety of treatment options with no

know side effects, contraindications or restrictions

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Conclusion · The suppressive drug treatment dilemma · Suppression of symptoms by conventional medicines · Accumulation of toxins within the matrix · Accumulation of toxins within the cells · Development of degenerative or neoplastic disease · Known as the Reckeweg-Progressive Vicariation

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Contact Information

Kristy Anderson, ND Medical Advisor ­ Bioregulatory Medicine Heel USA

505-559-2957 Cell 480-241-0073 [email protected]

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