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Organotherapy, also known as homeopathic organ therapy, or homeopathic cellular therapy is a therapy whose main objective is to repair organs, glands, and tissues through homeopathic remedies with animal cells as their active ingredient. These cells are diluted and dynamized according to homeopathic principles. Organotherapy intends to reach its purpose by restoring or rejuvenating organs in patients and allowing them to function again. The theory of organotherapy is based on the fundamental laws of Identical organs which establishes that extracts from healthy organs identical to the afflicted one (the patient's organ) are administered to execute the restoration, and Activity by potency which is used to strengthen organs, glands, and tissues weakened by toxins and aging. Lesser dosage may be used to stimulate an hypoactive organs, glands, or tissues.

Organotherapy uses preparations derived from animal cells (endocrine organs, glandular secretions -such as insulin-, enzymes, nucleic acids, etc.) and utilizes the memory of these cells to normalize and repair the treated organ as well as its function(s) and bodily systems on a cellular level. The purpose of this innovative treatment is to stimulate organ functions, matching ribonucleic acids in each preparation with tissues of those diseased organs. The principle is that organs (the thyroid or lung, for example) can recognize the administered cells once inside.

Organotherapy can be used to treat a wide variety of health conditions and problems, including but not limited to thyroid issues, and endocrine system imbalances. The benefits of organotherapy may include stimulation and balance of organs, glands or tissue activity.

Organotherapy is a division of homeopathy, which consists in the preparation of organ tissue to create remedies to treat dysfunctional organs. The tissue used to create these remedies is extracted from animals raised and harvested in a carefully controlled environment. Organotherapy was first introduced in 1834 by Constantine Hering, M.D., the father of American Homeopathy.

The use of these remedies was based on the premise that organs respond to similar tissues, regardless of what origin species is, as long as there is similarity. This premise has been demonstrated experimentally and put into practice as well. Every living organ is capable of recognizing its own distinctive features and responding. This is done by tissue memory, and it stimulates the exact reproduction of the cells of the applied tissue. There are three suggested ways in which organotherapy is thought to work:

1.-It has a direct effect on stimulating the function of the organ by enhancing the selection of enzymes and specific nucleic acids lacking in the organ. 2.- It overwhelms the body with organ antigen in effect stopping the production of anti-organ antibodies. 3.- The organotherapy remedy may provide antigen to substitute for damaged tissue antigen.

Organotherapy remedies are subdivided into Sarcodes and Nosodes. Sarcodes are healthy organ tissue prepared according to homeopathic standards whereas Nosodes are potentialized homeopathic preparations of diseased organ or organ secretions. The latest works as a vaccine, administering virus or bacteria into the body to provoke the immune system.

Studies performed over organotherapy have shown that: The response of a malfunctioning organ to an organotherapic remedy is positive, meaning that the function of the organ is supported. The production of cells restores the organs; the results over time are as if replacing an organ which was removed partially or totally with surgery. Organotherapy remedies may also be used to facilitate drainage in order to restore function to organs that are affected by progressing disease.

Use of organotherapy medicine: Do not ingest anything 15 minutes before and after taking these remedies. Do not touch its content directly unless it is with the dropper. Apply the drops in your mouth, preferably under the tongue. While under the treatment of these medicine avoid caffeine, peppermint, camphor, menthol, and eucalyptus. Store in a dark place away from perfumes, medicines, foods, herbs and substances with strong odor.

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