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|10, 11: The material organism, without the vital force, is capable of no sensation, |
no function, no self- preservation; it derives all sensation and performs all the
functions of life solely by means of ... This brings us to a consideration of the
unhampered expression of the vital force and its influence in disease and cure. ...
To what did Hahnemann attribute the harmonious functioning of the human
|Thomas Sydenham; [1624-1689] 782 Acute disease is an act of God; of chronic |
disease the patient himself is the author. Works Hermann Boerhaave; 1715 783
Whatever State of the human Body doth disorder the vital, the natural, or even the
animal functions of the ... The pattern of disease is an expression of the response
of man to his total environment (physical, biological, and social); this response is,
|\Vith medico-biologic science as well as with astronomic, it is important that we |
start right. that we recognize the correct operative ... must be acquired through a
better knowledge of the nature of vital forces expressed in special co-operative
principles, that department of ... And the reason why certain contagious disease
is nonrecurrent, is that the human organism can seldom develop such special
virus but ...
|If so, non-recurrent disease is explainable not in the fact that the microbe has |
consumed all the elements of the soil, but no ... in contact with the human
organism without awakening that special pathological vital act that represents
non-recurrent disease. ... With the inference as expressed by some scientists, that
the microbe consumes the soil to such extent that another crop of similar disease
|Disease " is a vital expression of the human organism. Take a little time to think |
whether you agree with this formula or not, and meanwhile I will continue as if
you approved it. Perhaps you do not consider the question particularly important,
|Together with proteins, nucleic acidsare the most important biological |
macromolecules; each is found in abundance in all living things, where they
function in encoding, transmitting and expressing genetic informationin other
|Multiple symptoms and multiple diagnoses, even when spread out across |
seemingly unrelated and disparate areas of the human body, are nevertheless
an expression of the distress and disorder of the same life- sustaining vital force.
|Alterations in luminal butyrate production have been shown to directly influence |
MCTI expression in the colon,73 as have ... appear to involve altering MCT1
expression.71 The assimilation of carbohydrate energy by the human body is
vital for ...
|Although expulsion from within may seem to act only indirectly on the superficial |
focus of disease, it is very important. The human body is in constant
communication with and under the constant influence of the outer macrocosm.
When it is affected by unfavorable environmental factors, unfavorable changes in
the interior of the body will occur which never fail to result in some external
|picturesque terms, it can be said that the human organism is essentially an |
aqueous solution in which all processes of metabolism take place. ... In
discussing the more important aspects of water's significance, we rely for the
most part on works of V. Jorga (1999) and Cebedzic (1999). ... level of general
immunity as an expression of the organism's natural strength and ability to
defend itself from disease.