Organ treatment

Treatment of the organs for sustainable recovery

In traditional Western medicine and traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), there are different views about the function of the organs.

Treatment of the organs for sustainable recovery

In traditional Western medicine and traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), there are different views about the function of the organs. It is important to understand important insights of both medical cultures and to combine them for the benefit of a particularly effective medicine.

This results in well-tolerated and extended diagnostic and therapeutic possibilities.

Combination and further development of medical knowledge

Normamed combines the medical knowledge of the traditional western and eastern medicine into a new causal medical care. The precise order of application is very important. The course of the therapies is also of particular importance. If the Normamed standards are taken into account, then the chances of sustainable treatment efficiency can increase considerably. The necessary medical measures are thus made compatible by way of correct sequence. Generally speaking, patients do not find them stressful. In medical terms, this can have a great stabilising effect.

Focus on digestion

At first the Normamed method concentrates on the examination and if necessary re- regulation of the digestion

with all its functions, since this is where the basis for many diseases and complaints lies very often.

Focus on liver

A core of the Normamed method is the establishment of an intact liver function. This should also promote the performance of the spleen. Normamed mouth and throat diagnostics (MRD) is also used to regulate the function of the liver and gall bladder - a unique feature of this medicine.

By assessing the fine functions of the gallbladder, it allows an intact liver-gallbladder function to be achieved, which in turn forms the basis for the regulation of the spleen. This very important component for fine regulation is evidently missing in any other form of medicine today.

Focus on gallbladder

The restoration of an intact bladder function is one of the basic components of Normamed causal medical care. If the gall bladder does not function properly, digestion cannot be regulated properly – and vice versa. Therefore, it is of great importance to pay special attention to the interplay - and thus to include the function of the gallbladder in a therapy before or at the same time.

Focus on the spleen

The spleen is an organ of the lymphatic system. As it is directly connected to the most important digestive processes, it can function only if the bases of digestion itself function well. Therefore, metabolic disorders and pathogens are searched for in parallel. The goal, which is also known from Traditional Chinese Medicine, is a genuinely intact spleen function.

Focus on kidneys

The kidneys are one of the most important organ systems. Kidney strain is most often caused by toxins, poisons that the body produces by itself in the course of poor metabolism or via pathogens. For this reason, the Normamed method includes processes of digestive regulation. Special attention is also paid to physical reactions against toxins that arise from infections of microorganisms.

The elimination of toxin production by microorganisms is a therapeutic priority. For this reason, the Normamed method uses a special method of specimen collection to search for corresponding pathogens.

Using the findings of microbiology

Detection of infections, strengthening of organs and regulation of digestion - but this is not possible without the application of microbiology, which means: The search for pathogens must be systematic, consistent, correct and forbearing.

The important role of temporary diets

Due to the strong connection of the spleen function to the digestive system, special diets may also be temporarily included. These diets play a crucial role in regaining the strength of a healthy spleen. The task of the diets can NOT be taken over by medication or Chinese medicinal herbs!

The purpose of the diets in this context is to adjust and support balanced digestion, without which the spleen and other organs cannot "work" properly. This plays a very important role for the recovery process of long illnesses, because of the mostly present disturbance of the enzymes.

Bacteria as helpers: Testing the compatibility of probiotics

Probiotics are an indispensable component in the healing process. Their tolerability is largely dependent on a well regulated gallbladder and kidney function. Complex factors play a role, which has to be considered individually. Probiotics cannot be recommended in general, as it depends on the digestive disease.

An exact assessment of the digestive complaints by a doctor is essential. The rule of thumb is: The tolerance of probiotics is difficult to regulate in case of diarrhoea or long-standing soft and paste-like stools at this stage of regulation of the spleen function.

Even if probiotics are tolerable substances, such a regulation is often not successful in individual cases. A good understanding of the organ functions, their interaction in a fine diagnosis through the combination of specialist medicine and traditional Chinese medicine, is essential. Then it is often possible to restore the tolerability of the important probiotics for the body. The Normamed guideline for probiotic treatment makes this possible.

Causal medical care for healthy interaction of the organs

Fine-tuning the digestive system, optimising the functions of the spleen and gallbladder, including other organs (such as kidneys and the liver) and treating infections form a system and guide the study and treatment approach.

The system and method of Normamed causal care are thus a reflection of the interdependencies and interplay that exist between nutrition, digestion, organ functions and infections in the form of disorders.

Components for comprehensive treatment

Interactions must be taken into account, and disorders cannot be eliminated selectively. This is also one of the reasons why the applications of traditional western medicine and traditional Chinese medicine alone cannot be really successful. They need to be systematically combined and methodically reinforced with components that are either ignored or missing.