Dr Rummel Allergy Treatment

Allergetic Spectrum Disorders

allergies

Standardised therapy concept according to Dr. Rummel

Allergetic Spectrum Disorders

Standardised therapy concept according to Dr. Rummel

Encouraged by successful results in treating allergies with bioresonance, Dr. Rummel – a long-experienced bioresonance medical doctor – has developed a method which is very easy to apply and which makes it possible to start immediately with the treatment without any testing and abstention.

He has standardised the allergy therapy – last but not least to prove the clinical efficacy of the Bioresonance Method.

He is the head of a research association. This research group consists of about 60 therapists who all work according to this method and have documented the results. Up to now they have around 20000 documentations.

These documentations prove that there are reliable and successful therapy results when using this therapy concept by Dr. Rummel for allergic diseases.

Because of his observations, Dr. Rummel has established his own theory on how allergies develop, which can be proved by his good results in allergy treatment.

The theory by Dr. Rummel is as follows:

There is an inherited disposition to react in an allergetic way.

Infection thesis

An overstrained defensive mechanism has to be added to this latent disposition to start the allergy. Especially virus infections play an important role for this. Dr. Rummel speaks of the infection thesis.

Presumably the type of viral disease determines the type of allergy! The genetic make up is not decisive for the localisation of the allergy, but the type of infection.

Here’s a common example:

A toddler with “genetic allergy information” from the parents receives a vaccination and is stressed by this. At the same time the immune system is busily fighting a viral influenza. The immune system is overloaded.

In this case the vaccination given at the wrong time can cause an allergy.

Depending on the type of viral disease either a migraine or neurodermatitis or other allergic disorders develop.

If it is chicken pox maybe a neurodermatitis or psoriasis will develop.

Herpes viruses could cause tinnitus for example or a neural disorder.

Also another example is a model showing how an allergy develops.

A person with an allergic disposition gets a viral influenza with a cold. At the same time the birch tree is blossoming nearby.

Because of this intensive stress caused by the infection and the inflammation of the nasal mucosa a hay fever develops: first of all towards the birch as it exerts an intensive irritation at this time.

Later on other allergens come along caused by further stresses of the immune system.

The allergic reaction activates the histamine in the mast cells.

Histamine activates allergic symptoms such as reddening, swelling, itching and inflammations etc.

The mast cells are the most important information carriers for the defence system. And also the control centres for  allergies and the immune defence.

All current information is stored there to defend quickly and effectively the body against “enemies”. These are scientifically proven processes and no theories. The information imprint of the mast cells happens via the thymus.

Only an overreaching reaction to different irritations causes an allergy.

Here a normal reaction turns pathological as the system is overly irritated.

For this one needs “sensitisation”. This is caused through overstressing which was intensified by the “inherited information” so that finally an allergic reaction was caused.

Out of a sensible defence system it becomes an over-sensitive system which reacts wildly to all possible irritations.

Depending on the organ in which the allergic reaction takes place there are different symptoms.

Allergetic Spectrum Disorders

To classify and to understand allergies as a whole, Dr. Rummel has created the term “allergetic spectrum disorders”

He classifies the disorders into the following organ systems:

 

Skin with neurodermatitis, psoriasis, eczema, acne, urticaria, sun allergy, hair loss

Respiratory system with asthma, pollinosis, hay fever, chronic rhinitis, bronchitis, sinusitis, reoccurring infections

Digestion system with ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s disease, chronic gastritis, colitis, irritated colon, food allergy

Neural system with migraine, neuralgia, tinnitus, headache, back problems, neural pains

The Identity principle

 As the basic principals of the diseases of the allergetic spectrum disorders are based on an allergy, the aim of the therapy is to reduce the reaction to allergens.

As a matter of fact the results have shown that the initial therapy can be done in the same way, no matter what kind of allergic disorder it is.

Dr. Rummel has found a consistency which he has called the identity principle.

Identical information with little variation has always been an applied principle in the body.

The histological analysis of the liver for example always produces the same picture, independent of race and gender. Only when transplanting an organ does this identity not work as there is a remaining own-identity. This little variation causes the foreign organ to be repelled.

When treating allergies with bioresonance you can limit yourself to just using milk and wheat because of the high identity of all allergens.

There is no need to treat each allergen on its own. The information in milk and wheat is highly identical to all allergens.

Milk and wheat – being substances which are known to the body – are not “allergens” but “information modules” substituting for many possible allergens.

The explanation for this is that each allergen has a basic information common to all.

The benzene ring structure of estradiol and testosterone, the female and male hormone, is an example for this, as their chemical structure only has minimal differences. They are generated from the cholesterol molecule as you can see in the illustration.

As milk and wheat is our basic food the body knows them best and the information in it has a high identity with other allergens.

This simplifies and standardises the therapy.

For this reason also allergy tests are unnecessary as allergens are no longer treated as individual substances like symptoms as the identities are the same for all allergens.

Candida infection

Another important factor when treating allergetic spectrum disorders is the Candida infection of the intestine.

A Candida infection is the most frequently accompanying infection when having allergies.

The basis that Candida can proliferate is the inflamed intestinal mucosa when suffering from allergies. The second reason is a reduced defensive mechanism of the immune system.

Not until this interaction occurs is a pathological threshold exceeded which results in an infection.

Now we have the 3 therapeutic modules to treat allergetic spectrum disorders, which were established by Dr. Rummel

  1. Allergy therapy according to the identity principle with milk and wheat
  1. Candida therapy Where applicable
  1. Virus therapy

The therapy plan is as follows:

In weekly intervals the first 5 allergy therapies with milk and wheat is   done with the Bicom.

The Candida therapy is done in the 6th week using the Bicom.

In the 7th, 8th and 9th week the allergy therapy with milk and wheat is    repeated.

In the 10th week repeat the Candida therapy.

In the 11th, 12th and 13th week the allergy therapy with milk and wheat is once again repeated.

In the 14th week repeat the Candida therapy

In the 15th week the allergy therapy with milk and wheat is repeated.

These 15 treatments is the basic therapy.

Dr. Rummel’s experience after this basic therapy plan is that almost half of the patients have been cured or have improved considerably.

A pause between therapies should be made to control the therapeutic result and to see whether stability has been achieved.

When symptoms reoccur the therapy is continued.

You have to take into account that this basic therapy leads to a changed behaviour of the body’s immune system so that the self-healing powers work again.

Therefore the improvement will go on even if there is no further therapy.

Virus Therapy

In case those symptoms reoccur the next step of the treatment would be: the virus therapy and if necessary bacteria.

The viruses which have to be treated depend on the disorder and can be either determined by laboratory analyses or biophysical test methods.

The therapy of the viruses (bacteria) consists in “nosode-modules”. Each nosode is used for treating twice in an interval of 2 weeks

A nosode-module is built-up as follows:

  1. week: nosode therapy with the Bicom
  1. week: no therapy
  1. week: nosode therapy with the Bicom
  1. week: no therapy
  1. week: Candida therapy
  1. week: no therapy
  1. week: milk and wheat therapy

If the results are satisfactory a pause between therapies should be made to check if the results are stable.  In case of unsatisfactory results one should continue the therapy with the next nosode module.

This means, that according to the results achieved one always follows the sequence till you have a satisfactory result.  For this there are certain principals in the hierarchy:

  1. Viral stresses are to be treated first
  2. Bacteria are subordinate
  3. Lyme disease and whooping cough have a special significance
  4. The strategic sequence needs to be followed.

On the basis of thousands of results from laboratory analysis some diseases show a typical relationship to corresponding viruses so that a certain systematic without testing is possible.

Consequentially certain principals in the sequence can be derived which give indications how quickly one can see success. The number of therapies increases

  1. according to the number of organ systems involved
  2. according to the number of viral stresses there are
  3. when viral and bacterial stresses occur together.

Classical combinations occur for example with

  1. Acne and Varicella
  2. Tinnitus and Varicella
  3. Neurodermatitis and Varicella and measles
  4. Migraine and measles
  5. Asthma and whooping cough
  6. Rheumatism and roseola

Before starting with this therapy the procedure has to be discussed with the patient.

The patient should know about the number of treatments necessary and the costs.

In addition he has to be warned that there might be possible first reactions to the treatment.

Sometimes it can happen that after an improvement after treatment a worsening can occur when the Candida therapy is started.

The patient needs to be motivated to continue.