Aid in Choosing the Homeopathic Remedy

dimanche 19 mai 2024
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Aid in Choosing the Homeopathic Remedy
Dr. André Lentz
Summary :
The vascular autonomic signal (VAS), also known as the circulatory autonomic reflex, discovered by Paul Nogier, can aid in choosing the homeopathic remedy. Recent techniques greatly simplify this measurement. This article is intended for homeopaths who wish to improve their practice by learning the VAS without necessarily using all the techniques of auriculomedicine.

The strength of homeopathy lies in the individualization of the remedy.

This individualization is sometimes made difficult by the subjectivity of patients’ responses. The choice of remedy can be facilitated by using the vascular autonomic signal discovered by Paul Nogier. This signal, called V.A.S. (vascular autonomic signal) or R.A.C. (circulatory autonomic reflex), is a pulse reaction that is slightly stronger when the organism is stimulated. The pulse reaction occurs when there is an electromagnetic interaction between the organism and the product used for stimulation, either in contact with the skin or a few centimeters in the peridermal field. This reaction is used in auriculomedicine to measure what are called blockages.
What is a blockage ?
A blockage is a reaction of the organism to stress or aggression, of any physical, psychological, biological nature, etc.
In every blockage, there is an initial impact point called the primary blockage and secondary reactions (secondary blockages). Secondary blockages are most often reactions of imbalances of neurotransmitters responsible for informing the brain or adaptation reactions of the organism. Each primary or secondary blockage will correspond to a particular point on the auricle of the ear. Each secondary blockage can also correspond to a particular homeopathic remedy.

But treating the primary point removes all other blockages, whether treated with a homeopathic remedy or a needle. It also has a more lasting effect than the individual treatment of secondary points. The whole technique consists of finding the primary point. But the difficulty lies in the fact that secondary blockages will alter the transfer of information between the primary impact and the ear via the brain, making the examination and identification of the primary point difficult. We will not go into overly complex details. Simply put, to obtain good information, the communications between the periphery and the brain must be restored. In auriculomedicine, we can restore these information transfers with rings test including biological, chemical, physical products, etc., and find the corresponding points. With the RAC-VAS, one can measure if there are good information transfers and modify them by placing rings test on the body.

This measurement is done with electrical or magnetic sticks or simply with white light by successively illuminating two different points on the skin.
What happens when placing a homeopathic remedy on the body ?
What is observed when placing a homeopathic remedy on the body is that it will alter the information transfers. In general, we can say that the right homeopathic remedy restores transfers in the three spatial directions. However, the organism’s reactions are not so simple, and there are many obstacles studied by auriculomedicine. After forty-five years of research, we have managed to find a simple and reliable technique to prescribe an effective remedy with certainty.
The action of the homeopathic remedy
Acupuncture or auriculomedicine act by electromagnetic mechanisms by restoring specific frequencies altered by blockages. The fact that placing a remedy on the skin modifies information transfers suggests that the homeopathic remedy acts in the same way. Each remedy has its own field and frequencies that interact with those of the patient. If there is a complementarity between the remedy’s frequencies and those of the patient, there is an interaction that can alter the patient’s reactivity.
The method of remedy verification
When a repertorization of remedies is done, it happens that one hesitates between several close remedies, and it is sometimes difficult to choose. To determine the right remedy, we place on the patient’s body a combination of circular Polaroids that we call the BD test (for double blockage). This test is actually a combination of two 4Gr and 4Dr tests used in auriculomedicine.

This test, placed on the median line of the thorax, generally restores the transfers of white light in the three spatial directions. However, there is an exception when there is a blockage created by a biotherapeutic : Psorinum, Tuberculinum, Luesinum, Medhorrinum. In this case, the transfers are only restored if the BD test is placed on one of the body quadrants or if the correct biotherapeutic is placed on the patient’s body. Once the transfers are restored, it then suffices toto successively place the remedies to be tested.
Conclusion
This article, intended for homeopaths, aims to show that there is no need to know auriculotherapy or auriculomedicine to use the remedy selection technique using VAS. However, it is necessary to learn this pulse reaction technique. This can be done in specific seminars or with colleagues who know the technique. You can also visit the website www.auriculo.fr.

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