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Isopathy

An oral European biological medicine modality similar to homeopathy based on Enderlein’s work on germ theory.

Other Names:

Pleomorphism, Sanum remedeis

Category:

Biological, Supplementation

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Lyme Disease, Brain, Emotional (Anxiety and Depression), Infectious Diseases, Energy Imbalances, Fatigue, Sleep

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Introduction to Isopathy (Pleomorphism)

Isopathy (also known as Pleomorphism or Sanum remedies) are a form of oral therapy that rests on the belief in the fundamental mutability of form in microorganisms and that microorganisms can abruptly change from an avirulent benign form into a potentially virulent, pathogenic form. Pleomorphism proposes that an endobiont (symbiotic, primal plant germ in the erythrocyte, as named by Professor Dr. Gunther Enderlein) lives in genuine symbiosis with the host organism (the patient) with mutual benefits. Only through outer factors can the endobiont multiply and develop in a process which can considerably disturb the symbiotic equilibrium and cause dysfunction in the body.

More simply, Pleomorphism is based on the theory that every warm-blooded organism houses a primal plant germ, which can change in form through environmental influences. In the interest of a comparison, allopathic medicine (western medicine) rests on monomorphism which assigns only a single form and function to microorganisms and does not recognize cyclic developmental changes.

A lesser-known discipline formulated by Johann Joseph Wilhelm Lux in the 1830s, Isopathy is essentially a more specific subversion of homeopathy. Rather than “like cures like”, isopathy uses “exactly the same thing cures the thing.” Isopathic remedies are made from the actual cause of the illness or from its byproducts and are not directed against the disease or its symptoms, but instead support the body’s own capabilities for regeneration, whereby genuine healing processes become possible.

Gunther Enderlein (1872-1968) is often called the founder of Isopathic Medicine, though the work of Johan Joseph Wilhelm Lux and Antoine Bechamp does proceed it. Enderlein was a German zoologist and entomologist and built his research on Antoine Bechamp’s discoveries that unfavorable host and environmental conditions destabilize the host’s native microzymas. Enderlein proved that blood is not sterile, and that a microorganism can appear in various developmental stages and in diverse forms, without the loss of its specific characteristics. He came to the conclusion that the monomorphic perspective of disease conditions favored by Louis Pasteur and others could no longer be maintained and that a pleomorphic perspective more accurately reflected the disease process.

Benefits of Isopathy

Clinical experience has shown that isopathy may be used for a number of conditions and issues and that the benefits include:

  • Assist in regulating internal ecology (pH and cell respiration)
  • Regulates dysfunctions of the lymphatic system
  • Supports the GI system and its beneficial microflora
  • Supports the elimination of metabolic and decomposition product
  • Reduces the effects of biochemical stress
  • Improves immune function and microcirculation

How Pleomorphic Remedies Work

Isopathy is a concept based on the presence of microorganisms in our body that can change form depending on the internal environment of our body. Isopathic/pleomorphic therapy nonviolently normalizes the symbiotic equilibrium between endobiont and its organism on the basis of the species-identical organisms. Isopathic remedies help in harmonizing and treating imbalances in the body and are useful in treating various medical conditions and providing new potential treatments for different illnesses. Diseases indicate healing processes, which attempt to return a disturbed symbiosis to the original healthy condition. Whether the biological self-healing forces of the organism will win over the disease, or whether the symbiont is able to develop unchecked into a parasite, depends on the condition of the milieu in which the disturbance plays out.

If the inner milieu is damaged through unhealthy nutrition and lifestyles, with their resultant disturbance of the acid-base equilibrium, through environmental toxins, through constant infections, or through psychological depressions, our self-healing forces are incapable of restoring our symbiotic equilibrium. Therefore, the disease will manifest and damage the body. Isopathy does not work against the symptoms of a disease or the disease itself. In fact, it tries to regenerate the internal milieu by supporting the body’s capabilities. This is how it is possible to have actual healing processes.

Le microbe n’est rien, le terrain est tout.
The microbe is nothing, the terrain is everything.”

Last words of Louis Pasteur, father of the “Germ Theory” of disease

In 1916, Enderlein discovered that primitive microorganic forms prepared in a remedy, when combined with a change in the biological terrain of the body, can cause virulent forms to return to their original avirulent condition bringing healing to the host body. He found that when the tiniest, mobile living forms of bacteria, which he called “spermits” exchanged genetic material with higher developmental organisms, the highly developed organisms became suddenly invisible, having been broken down to their primitive avirulent forms.

Using this knowledge, he developed isopathic remedies from fungal cultures. When these living remedies contact virulent microbial masses, the masses are induced to return to their avirulent form, and then leave the body through the natural organs of elimination.

A key concept within pleomorphism is the biological terrain, or inner milieu, as described by Enderlein and Bechamp. A healthy patient with a well balanced inner environment (biological terrain) is capable of restoring equilibrium and maintaining a symbiotic relationship with endobionts. In this process, the more highly developed pathogenic germs are broken down into avirulent primitive forms through the copulation described by Enderlein. However, the capacity for regenerating symbiosis is usually massively weakened through unhealthy lifestyles that are not in harmony with nature. If the internal environment or milieu is cleaned up by changing diet, balancing pH, and modifying stress, the favorable forms of microorganisms are introduced to the ones that already exist, to restore the original biological terrain and microorganism base.

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Behind the Science

Science & Safety

Because Enderlein wrote all his publications (more than 500) in German, his important work has until now been almost completely unknown outside German-speaking countries. However, Enderlein’s research was recently summarized in English by Dr. Maria-M. Bleker (Blood Examination in Darkfield, Semmelweis-Verlag, Hoya, Germany, 1993, ISBN 3-925524-01-0). It is to be hoped that the results of Enderlein’s research will now get the attention they deserve.

Pleomorphic remedies are able to regulate all nonspecific, general symptoms that pertain to the Endobiosis complex, based on the knowledge of the mutability of microbial forms and the fact of the biological, and essential for life symbiosis between the mammal organism and the Endobiont. The immunobiological preparations contain diverse fractions of various bacterial species, such as intact cells, cellular extracts, and cell wall fragments of polysaccharides. Isopathic remedies are capable of stepping into the course of a physical immune reaction and raising the immune system’s capacity for response through their nonspecific stimulation. This takes influencing diverse subpopulations of lymphoid and phagocytizing cells which take part in the immune functions.

Spectrum

Where does Isopathy fall on the medical spectrum?

Pleomorphic remedies falls under the ‘Biological Medicine’ section of the medical spectrum.

Alternative Medicine

Also known as holistic medicine, it is the study and application of nature, botany, energy, and technology to bring the body back to balance and address the root causes of disease without detrimental side effects, toxins and chemicals, or a lifetime of intervention.

Biological Medicine

Also known as European Biological Medicine, this modality, popular in Germany and Switzerland, applies numerous therapies that aim to restore the body’s regulatory and self-healing capacity by promoting proper regeneration on a cellular and organ level.

Conventional Medicine

Conventional medicine is the most recognized and practiced section of the medical spectrum that includes pharmacological drugs, surgical procedures, lab testing, and more in an attempt to reduce symptoms and manage disease. 

Conventional Therapies

The Innovative Medicine approach considers all conventional options and appropriately prescribes or refers patients to specialists in which this approach would be most suited.

Emotional Therapies

Mental health and the study of mind-body medicine is an integral part of the medical spectrum that can often go overlooked and unaddressed.

Psycho-Emotional Intervention

The study of psycho-neuro-immunology (PNI) has shown how our thoughts and psychological state impact our biochemistry and can lead to disease. Any comprehensive treatment plan must address psychological stress to be successful.

Spiritual Practices & Therapies

We often confuse spiritual practices with religion, but the role of spirituality, consciousness, awareness, purpose, and information on a quantum level is incredibly important in healing.

Receiving Therapy

Receiving Isopathic Treatments

We are pleased to offer isopathy/pleomorphic remedies and treatments at our clinic, the New York Center for Innovative Medicine (NYCIM). We have a large dispensary of high-quality pleomorphic manufacturers from around the world. However, the use of this or any of our numerous therapeutic options is only performed on patients after an in-depth health evaluation. Our ultimate goal is the complete restoration of health in the most efficient and safe manner, and with so many therapeutic options, it is impossible to know if isopathy is right for you without an initial evaluation at our clinic.

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Isopathy (also referred to ask Pleomorphic / Sanum Remedies) are a form of oral therapy that rests on the belief in the fundamental mutability of form in microorganisms and that microorganisms can abruptly change from an avirulent benign form into a potentially virulent, pathogenic form. Pleomorphism proposes that an endobiont (symbiotic, primal plant germ in the erythrocyte, as named by Professor Dr. Gunther Enderlein) lives in genuine symbiosis with the host organism (the patient) with mutual benefits. Only through outer factors can the endobiont multiply and develop in a process which can considerably disturb the symbiotic equilibrium and cause dysfunction in the body.

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