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Paterson John Paterson —who worked on the nosode with Bach, continued the research for the next two decades after Bach turned his attention to the flower remedies. Paterson and his wife Elisabeth refined the indications for the use of bowel nosode in terms of the characteristics of the bowel flora, especially their behavior in health, diseases and in drug provings.
The results produced by Paterson came after examining more than 20, stool specimens for over twenty years, which led to the following conclusions: Where there is balance there is no disease.
The germ, in this case the B. Coli in the intestinal tract performs a useful function.
It is non- pathogenic. The balance of bowel flora is disturbed in disease. This non-lactose fermenting non-pathogenic bowel flora, B. Coli, undergoes definite change in disease conditions.
Any change in the host which affects the intestinal mucosa will upset the balance. Therefore, what follows is a change in the B. The disease condition is originated in the host that compels the Bacillus to modify itself in order to survive. Similar changes are also observed in drug provings.
Previously inPaterson presented a paper to the British Homoeopathic Society. A brief summary of the findings is as follows: These are present in all the intestines of warm blooded animals.
Coli is a harmless saprophyte and to be non-pathogenic when the intestinal mucosa is healthy. Its function is to break up the complex molecules of the organic combinations into the more simple substances, i. At the same time, Paterson observed an unexpected phenomenon following the administering of the remedy.
In the patient who had previously only yielded B. It would seem that the homoeopathic potentized remedy had changed the bowel flora and had caused the disease. Yet clinical investigations revealed that the patient did not feel ill, but experienced a sense of wellbeing attributed to the last remedy he had received.
The pathogenic germ in this case was the result of a vital force set up in the patient by the potentized remedy. The specific organism is related to the disease. The specific organism is related to the homoeopathic remedy.
The homoeopathic remedy is related to the disease. From his work, Paterson was able to compile a list of bowel nosode with their related homoeopathic remedies September and his wife Elisabeth Paterson later added her own findings in INTRODUCTION: Although the bowel nosode were brought into being during the early ’s there was not much attention being paid to this group of nosode after the .
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