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Organic Medicine and Organic Laws

Organic medicine consists of a set of methods, the guiding principle of which is the integrity of the man-animal biosystem.
Its purpose is to sustain or restore the capacity for development and self-healing.
Since it is bound to take into account material, energy-related and psycho-emotive components, organic medicine is by definition a global (holistic) medicine.
The cure is aimed at the person as a whole and focuses on stimulating the healing power that is present in each and every one of us. Homotoxicological or low dosage remedies often constitute valid solutions in this context, where modulation or stimulation of an organic response to a harmful agent is important.
In any case, therapy, in order to be truly effective, must be placed in a proper framework in which one seeks to understand the cause of the discomfort and the stage it has reached. Illness is thus placed in a certain context and seen as part of a reasonable biological response that has been activated following some internal biological conflict experienced by the animal. Trying to understand what this conflict is and its emotive content thus becomes essential if one is to understand why that particular organic mechanism has been activated, and becomes even more important in understanding how far the animal has progressed towards proper healing. It should be remembered that Nature does not make mistakes and all biological reactions are useful to the animal in continuously helping it adapt to its environment and thus survive. The more the environment is ethologically sound, the more the animal has access to natural resources; consequently, its level of interior wellbeing will be greater.



"Men only consider what they know and do not realise that knowledge only begins when, by using what is known as a base, one begins to contemplate the unknown"
Zhuangzi, 369-286 BC
"Nature’s unity has been lost in the solitude of the laboratory"
Ernst Haeckel

Stefano Sabioni