2. Bacillus Species In folk medicine, tea decoctions using hay, excrement from cows, or peat moss have long been used, without any knowledge of their containing Bacillus subtilis as active agent. Farmers in many countries utilized hay infusions for curing intestinal diseases in cattle. As early as 1887, Metchnikoff described the growth-inhibiting effect of aerobic soil bacteria, particularly of Bacillus subtilis, against pathogens such as Streptococci, Staphylococci, Salmonella and Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Works by Ramon and Richou, as well as Jansen and Hirschmann in 1943/44 showed the antitoxic and antibiotic properties of the pathogen, which was generally referred to as “Hay bacillus”. However, the first reports about the oral, subcutaneous and intravenous application of Bacillus subtilis strains came from the former SANUM company in the years 1938/39 with outstanding therapeutic results. Particularly, its effectiveness with certain pseudotubercular forms was discovered at that time. The general stimulating effect on the nonspecific defensive capacity of the human organism already showed up in these beginnings of Subtilis Therapy. The name UTILIN® has been used under trade mark protection for this new, special remedy since 1939. In later years, additional Bacillus strains that are closely related to Bacillus subtilis found their entry into the therapy under the product names of LATENSIN® and RECARCIN®. Preparations with Bacillus species have manifold immunostimulating effects. Clinical observations yielded good success in recurring diseases of the urinary tract and the respiratory organs, in patients with defective immune situations, in food allergies, as well as other chronic diseases that were brought about by a reduced immune status (J. Hartmann, Therapeutikon 4, 1990).
PLEASE NOTE: ALL Bacterial Phase Remedies (Immunotherapy) MUST BE SUPPORTED WITH MILIEU THERAPY
Isopathic Remedies are based on the Pleomorphistic school of thought, which was researched in great detail by Prof. Dr. Günther Enderlein (The Father of Darkfield Microscopy) and also described by others after him.
The theory of Pleomorphism, which states that every human being and animal are bound to Nature in a most intensive fashion by their rhythmic nature and reactions, and are subject to constant change (pleo = diverse, varied; morph = -shaped).
This remedy is part of a tradition that involves Milieu, Isopathic and Immune Therapy. See INFO tab below for more information
General Notes and Considerations
The milieu is characterised by:
Mineral content (electrical resistance)
Protein content (incl. free radical content)
Redox potential (i.e. electrons freely available)
Properly applied, Isopathic treatment influences the inner milieu at a deep level, as well as the rhythmic processes in both humans and animals
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