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Dario Läuppi Medicinal plants and EAV

The phytotherapy is a classical empirical medicine, documented in the oldest illustrations and manuscripts (Papyrus Ebers) of mankind. And for the reason that modern scientists don't trust nature and tradition, everything must be dissociated, analyzed, validated, tested. We itemized such scientific verified medicinal plants in a list. In nature, that which has been efficient, will always be efficient. How can we directly integrate these well-tried medicinal plants (without expensive detours: analysis, synthesis, experiments, patents) in a reliable, efficient and reproducible manner?
With the EAV check-up one recognizes the weak points of the patient. On these points one tests the medicinal plants for bringing the values back into the norm. It is necessary to proceed according the rules of healing art: EAV, herbalism and phytotherapy must be studied. The scientific verified medicinal plants can be integrated very well in these teachings. Later, when one is convinced that this epoch making combination of the two methods enables successful, cost effective and safe treatments, one can include more traditional medicinal plants of one's natural habitat (as Amazons, Siberia or somewhere else) and contribute actively to the public health and the national economy.

Practical examples of the directed phytotherapy: In the medicament test of a kidney patient, one kidney plant results as effective, the others are neutral or even aggravate the renal function. The result of the medicament test of another kidney patient is, that three medicinal plants are efficient for the kidney, but how he has also bad values of the connective tissue and liver, one of these medicinal plants ameliorates all bad values. Or: The climacteric changes of a woman can be measured and specifically compensated with hormonal efficient medicinal plants.

Complement: Once more, a differentiation is inevitable. In some plants are very toxic substances like digoxin, atropine, cocaine, ephedrine and morphine, which must be dispensed standardized and exactly dosed. It's also known, that many herbal substances, even antibiotics, cytostatics or the omnipresent acetylsalicylic acid, taken in the original combination (e.g. as herb tea), are mild without side effects. Or, the different substances of a medicinal plant are well known (like these of arnica), but all it's pharmacological properties are fare away to be determined yet. Active agents can't be separated of many medicinal plants, they simply act as a whole.

Following my article "EAV und Phytotherapie" in the professional journal Naturheilpraxis 11/91

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