Diagnosis in dark field microscopy

                                    Photograph of a dark field microscopy

Dark field microscope from Zeiss

 


 "A scientific discovery is never the work of just one person."

Louis Pasteur,  (1822 - 1895), französischer Chemiker und Mikrobiologe

Diagnosis in dark field microscopy (biologial medicine)

 

Just one drop of blood is enough to recognize a person's state of health and to diagnose the development (cyclogenesis) of a disease. Because of its essential functions, the blood reveals a great deal about a person’s state of health and can provide the doctor or therapist with valuable information.

 

According to Prof. Enderlein, the inventor of dark field microscopy, a single drop of vital blood is sufficient to provide a detailed assessment of a patient's state of health using dark field microscopy. With this process, a patient’s drop of blood is examined over a period of 24 hours or more under a special dark field microscope.

 

This provides valuable conclusions to be drawn early about vitality, stresses and possible disease risks. Dark field microscopy allows the early detection of metabolic disorders in particular, so that they can be treated early. This way, serious illnesses can be prevented.

 

Pathological effects of a derailed cyclode:

We distinguish between 3 basic constitutions (types):

Mucor racemosus Fresen (mould):

This includes venous and arterial diseases such as varicose veins, haemorrhoids, glaucoma, cataract and ulcus cruris, acute hearing loss, stroke, tinnitus, angina pectoris and certain rheumatic diseases.

Mucor racemosus is treated with Mucokehl by Sanum Kehlbeck. Mucokehl eye drops are used to treat glaucoma and eye diseases.

 

Aspergillus niger (black mould):

This includes diseases of the entire skeletal system, diseases of the respiratory tract (chronic bronchitis, tuberculosis and croup cough), arthritis, arthrosis and rheumatism as well as diseases of the thyroid gland, allergies such as neurodermatitis, hay fever, eczema, lymphatism, myomas, cysts, warts - they are involved in cancer.

 

Penicillium notatum (penicillium):

This includes bacterial suppuration and inflammation (streptococci and staphylococci), erysipelas, osteomyelitis, otitis externa and media, neuritis, sinobronchitis, polyarthritis, prostate cancer, cystitis and kidney inflammation.

Nutrition plays an extremely important role in the purity of the blood. Too much animal protein and sugar are considered to be harmful. Overacidification and the pH value of the blood deserve our highest attention in order to stay fit and energetic in the flow of life. It is important to pay attention to a healthy acid-base balance!

Dr. Günther Enderlein

(1872-1968) is the founder of the alternative medical diagnostic method of dark field microscopy, known for his hypotheses on the concept of pleomorphism in microorganisms.

Dr. Günther Enderlein lived in Leipzig, Germany; he studied natural sciences, physics and zoology. Dr Enderlein’s discoveries are as follows:

 

1. The cell is not the body’s primary life element; instead, tiny biological units, which he called “protits”, which live inside the cells.

 

2. The blood is not sterile, but rather contains microorganisms that can cause disease given the appropriate environment.

 

3. Certain microorganisms are involved in an exact, scientifically verifiable development cycle. (erythrocyte infection, bacteria, leukocytes and much more)

 

Another discovery:

The discovery that tuberculosis is caused by the Aspergillus fungus and that tuberculosis is an infectious disease that usually attacks the lungs, although the digestive tract, bones, joints, nervous system, lymph nodes and skin can also be infected. Too many antibiotics promote fungal growth (inner environment).

 

Reference: “Die revolutionären medizinischen Entdeckungen von Professor Dr. Günther Enderlein” and “Bakterien-Cyclogenie”

Louis Pasteur

(1822-1895) was a microbiologist, the co-founder of medical microbiology and one of the most important representatives of monomorphism. (Monomorphism: single form, or the unchangeable form of the microbe, Monomorphie: Greek “mono” one, “morphe”: form).

Dark field microscopy -literature

The Semmelweiss Institute encourages the publishing house to publish books and reports.  

Dark field microscopy preparations

The company Sanum Kehlbeck offers a number of different preparations such as Notakehl, Sankombi (blend of Mucor racemosus and Aspergillus niger), Nigersan and Mucokehl, which are beneficial in the treatment of serious chronic conditions.

" The only way to do justice to humans is to see a new human in each individual.”
Rudolf Steiner (1861 - 1925)