Impotence, male

Impotence, male

Impregnation or Degeneration phase
Main remedy:Testis compositum
Secondary remedies:Selenium-Homaccord
Nux vomica-Homaccord
Phase remedies:Thyreoidea compositum Tonsilla compositum Coenzyme compositum

Impotence (male)

(Germinodermal impregnation phase)

Hormeel S 8-10 drops at 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Galium-Heel 8-10 drops at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.

Selenium-Homaccord 8-10 drops at 12 noon and 8 p.m.

possibly the above preparations taken together 2-4-6 times daily.

Chelidonium-Homaccord or Hepeel at intervals to improve the hepatic function  (general detoxication)

Traumeel S tablets (regeneration of the sulphide enzymes)

Ypsiloheel acts favourably in accompanying hepatalgia functional disorders of the liver.

Injection therapy

Testis compositum as principal remedy, in addition possibly the collective pack of catalysts of the citric acid cycle or Acidum DL-malicum-Injeel, Acidum fumaricum- Injeel, Acidum succinicum-Injeel, Acidum a-ketoglutaricum-Injeel, Natrium oxalaceticum-Injeel etc. as intermediate injections, possibly mixed with Phosphor-Injeel (forte), Ginseng-Injeel (forte), Damiana-Injeel (forte), Tonico-Injeel, Muira puama-Injeel (forte) and/or Strychninum phosphoricum-Injeel, Testis suis-Injeel and Ductus deferens suis-Injeel once weekly i.m. as well as with the above mentioned preparations for the progressive auto-sanguis therapy.

See also ejaculation, premature; fertility, disturbances of.

Impregnation phases

are often still reversible. As principal remedies, Galium-Heel and Traumeel S are appropriate per os and i.v., possibly in addition, Psorinoheel (migraine, skin diseases) as well as Engystol N (i.v., i.m. ) The progressive auto-sanguis therapy is always particularly effective with suitable ampoule preparations and Suis-organ preparations. See under the individual indications.Further, the use of suitable Nosode preparations is important, when, in particular, Grippe-Nosode-Injeel and Granuloma dentis-Injeel are frequently indicated, since numerous impregnation phases have arisen from the retoxic treatment of acute reaction phases or have originated from foci (fields of disturbance). Several of Heel’s Composita preparations are excellently suited for the treatment of impregnation phases of all kinds. In impregnation phases the enzymes are always more or less blocked, when possibly (especially with the continuous use of analgesics, soporifics, antibiotics, bactericides, etc.,) there is a transition to the degeneration phases. Since a more or less pronounced liver damage is also always present (in addition to damage to the connective tissue as well as to the other organs of the main defensive system, e.g. the mechanism of the anterior lobe of the pituitary gland and  the cortex of the suprarenal gland, bone marrow, etc.), the following treatment is recommended, particularly in the case of indistinct symptomatology: Coenzyme compositum, Hepar compositum, Ubichinon compositum, Thyreoidea compositum, possibly also Discus compositum, possibly also Testis compositum or Ovarium compositum (for women), to be administered every 2-3 days, alternating.

When some reactions occur, the mixed and single remedy Injeels and Homaccords (including oral) adapted to the symptomatology are administered at intervals, in particular also Galium-Heel, Lymphomyosot, Psorinoheel (orally and parenterally) and possibly Engystol N.

It is essential to be quite clear that after each injection the underlying homotoxic substrate undergoes a change which, in impregnation phases which have come to a standstill, however, owing to enzyme damage, always occurs in about the same intermediary homotoxin material, so that (as in general in the cellular phases) each preparation which has proved to be effective must usually be administered over a fairly long period.

Especially in the impregnation phases extensive possibilities of a

cure still exist, i.e. reactivation of the disturbed enzyme functions. Of course, it is essential to advise the patient seriously to pursue a biologically correct mode of life  and diet, since (especially in later life) a certain locus minoris resistance remains,  which reappears when there is over-burdening with poisons (exogenous intake of toxins, as from tobacco, alcohol, sutoxins, etc.) In this case the danger always exists, especially when allopathic preparations are used, that the latent impregnation phase may then be converted unexpectedly into a progressive vicariation, into the degeneration or even neoplasm phase.