Biological Medicine is born in part out of the health care practices of European homeopathy and homo-toxicology, anthroposophical medicine, traditional Chinese medicine, and the ancient medical system of Ayurveda. The primary goal of Biological Medicine is the support or the restoration of teleological forces of development and self-healing. It basically involves methods of diagnosis and therapy whose guiding principle is the maintenance and furtherance of the human bio-system and its regulatory mechanisms. Biological Medicine is holistic in that it holds the view that the living system is a matrix of interconnectedness – physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually.
Biological Medicine is committed to the balance and harmony of the individual’s outer environment and inner milieu. Hence, environmental toxins, life-style, social and professional influences, one’s ecological terrain and genetic information are all vital factors in the individualized evaluation and treatment of one’s health. In Biological Medicine symptoms of diseases are considered alarm signals that appear as patterns of “regulatory disharmony”. Here it is seen that symptoms are the final manifestation of what usually is a long pathological chain of events. The initial causative factors often lie in much deeper dimensions, far removed from the apparent symptom. Symptoms such as allergies, inflammation, pain, headaches, exhaustion, depression, tension, sleeplessness, indigestion and recurrent infections are all signs that the body isn’t adapting to its’ environment and/or its internal milieu is disturbed. These are classic responses to an overload of drugs, toxic chemicals, pollution, poor quality or “allergy providing” foods, psychoemotional stress and other causative factors.
Biological Medicine stresses patient participation through education, and self-care through life-style and dietary changes. It promotes prevention and early intervention of non-toxic approaches. Biological Medicine employs the use of non-invasive diagnostic aids that view not only structural imbalances, but also functional, regulatory, energetic and psycho-emotional conditions.
Biological Medicine employs, as required, the application of natural substances, physical forces, and psychological methods in an effectively coordinated manner. It often utilizes natural remedies and substances that are produced through “vital” processes (homeopathic potentization, spagyrics, botanical alchemy, sound translation), as well as other physical, energetic and psycho-emotional techniques that support and not suppress the regulatory functions of the organism. Biological Medicine treats individually causative factors that in-turn resolve more than just patho-physiolgical symptoms. It enables practitioners to identify the causal chains that manifest illnesses through an integrated approach.
In contrast, conventional allopathic medicine primarily treats symptoms of patho-physiological conditions (usually labeled with Latin names according to symptomology) often using patented chemical agents that are designed to suppress the body’s regulatory mechanisms. Consequently, extensive pharmaceutical efforts have been made in developing powerful agents against fever, against inflammation, against diarrhea, against cough, against insomnia, against life (anti-biotic). As a result, conventional allopathic medicine has developmentally become chemical therapy restricted to the identification and elimination of individual symptoms of disease. Disorders are structurally and patho-physiologically placed into categories with diagnostic code numbers for the administration of generalized treatment modalities. Unfortunately, the underlying causes (toxins, terrain imbalances, dietary indiscretions, functional disturbances, psychoemotional factors, etc.) are seldom acknowledged or treated. The simpler the linear relationship between the medicinal/chemical agent and its desired effect, the simpler the effort required measuring this relationship. Within this paradigm it appears that the simpler such relationships exist, the more “scientific” the therapy is considered.
Conventional medicine tends to manage the disease instead of addressing the underlying cause. Prescriptions are written to alleviate symptoms without trying to understand why the symptoms came about. Often times dysregulation is the further impact of these drugs on other systems of the body as well. This kind of treatment often overlooks the overall physical, mental and social health of the patient.
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