Skin and Lymphatic System: Bastions of Immunity - Rosina Sonnenschmidt
The skin is the main organ that holds the body and mind together. It breathes, absorbs nutrients, has a metabolism and eliminates waste substances. It is also called the “third kidney” or the “third lung.” An intact immune system is reflected in the skin through fever and sweating. Every chronic illness begins with the skin. If the illness is cured from the inside, it leaves the body through the skin.
In the last volume of the already legendary Organ-Conflict-Cure series, Rosina Sonnenschmidt demonstrates the major significance of the skin and lymphatic system for health. She explains the fundamental conflicts of many skin diseases ranging from oral herpes, skin fungus and erysipelas to neurodermatitis, psoriasis and shingles, as well as vitiligo, scleroderma and skin cancer. In addition, the book explores diseases of the lymphatic system‘s typical devaluation conflicts that include manifestations such as a susceptibility to infection and malignant lymphoma.
Holistic therapy for these conditions includes conflict resolution, tips on nutrition and strengthening of the immune system; naturopathic measures such as footbaths, light and colour-light therapy; and an abundance of well-known and even unusual homeopathic remedies such as Elaeis, Polio, Desoxyribonucleicum acidum and specific intestinal nosodes.
In particular, the example of the skin shows how decisive it is to not just treat a disease locally. A chronic disease can only be considered cured when the skin is once again able to display its immune defence through fever and sweating. Rosina Sonnenschmidt encourages readers to take a spirited approach to the causal conflicts of illness and provides inspired help for every step on the path of healing. This book will touch many lives.
- Author: Sonnenschmidt Rosina
- 160 pages
- Printed in Germany
- ISBN: 9783955822231