7 Pathogenic Aspects of a Degenerated Gut

Taking the chronically inflamed and degenerated gut as a major cause of the tubercular milieu, we find that it has seven pathogenetic aspects: 

1. Malabsorption of nutrients followed by flatulence and tiredness. 

2. Absorption of large food particles leading to food allergies and new symptoms in the target organs like arthritis and fibromyalgia. 

3. Damage to the carrier proteins resulting in a relative nutritional deficiency which can bring out a variety of symptoms, such as magnesium-deficiency-related muscle spasms or copper deficiency-related elevated cholesterol values. 

4. Impaired detoxification via the gut resulting in an increased sensitivity to chemicals (MCS). 

5. Impaired defense by immunoglobulin A, leading to a lowered immunity to protozoa, bacteria, viruses and candida. 

6. Bacteria and yeasts can penetrate the gut wall resulting in infection of body cavities and organs. 

7. Formation of antibodies, which can penetrate the gut wall and resemble antigens of our own tissues, resulting in auto-immune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, multiple sclerosis, thyroiditis and other “incurable” diseases. 

As approx. 80% of the body’s immunologically active tissue can be found in the intestinal area, the tubercular milieu has a direct impact on the immune system. 

According to the American Food Marketing Institute, there is therefore a close relationship for the U.S.A. between diet and frequency of illness. (Source: Food Marketing Institute, USA, quoted by Reimerdes):

Naturopathic regulatory treatment of the tubercular constitution 

Conventional medicine doubtless has its merits, and the aim of this article is not to disparage it. However, if medications are used which are known to favour the development of the tubercular constitution and therefore of chronic illness, the damage caused should be addressed by using naturopathic treatments in order to minimize the negative effects. 

Examples of such medications are vaccines, antibiotics and chemotherapy. Otherwise the widespread tubercular constitution and the anticipated move of the blood milieu into quadrant 4, according to Vincent, could signify a serious threat to the health of the population.


Summary: The inherited or acquired tubercular constitution is a common cause of most chronic diseases. 
This had already been realised and written down by Hahnemann approximately 200 years ago. It has been confirmed by numerous other scientists such as Allen, Bernard, Béchamp, Enderlein and Reckeweg who investigated and clarified details. Although the existence of cell wall deficient variations (CWD) of pathogenic bacterial forms had initially not been recognized by conventional medicine, modern technology made it possible to show that they form an important substrate for this constitution. 
The triggering factor for the development of the tubercular constitution is mainly a change in the blood milieu and tissue milieu. Malnutrition plays an important part in the development of such a constitution. During the last 40 years and longer generally suppressive measures in the form of chemical medication and vaccinations have become increasingly significant. After an improvement in diet and the removal of any obstacles to cure, the naturopathic regulatory therapy can in many cases successfully help to reverse chronic illness by removing the tubercular milieu influence.