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Welcome to BioBlog!

We are part of an ecosystem which is within us and surrounds us. Everything in life is connected. Nothing happens in a vacuum or independently from one another. The human body is comprised of over 100,000 billion cells, in a wondrous, self-regulating biosystem. Bioregulatory medicine seeks to support the body into its natural state of balance and health.

BioBlog is a platform for us to exchange ideas about the growing field of bioregulatory medicine. Through this blog we can support one another while advancing the science of self-healing.

Questions? Comments? Suggestions? Email us at bioblog@marioninstitute.org.

16Mar 20
BioBlog: Animal Homeopathy

BioBlog: Animal Homeopathy

How do you take the animal’s case? How do you decide on the remedy and potency? How does the animal tell you what they need and how they are feeling? Before we address these questions let us touch on what Homeopathy is.
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09Nov 16
Ailments And Lack Of Energy

Ailments and Lack of Energy

Ailments and Lack of Energy Energy is required for all essential processes that take place in the body. Adenosine triphosphate (ATP) - produced in the mitochondria - is the cell's…

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18Aug 16
The Paracelsus Clinic

The Paracelsus Clinic

The Paracelsus Clinic in Lustmühle, Switzerland, was founded in 1958 as a center for health and well-being based on the principles of natural healing.
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16Aug 16
Lyme Disease: How To Remove A Tick

Lyme Disease: How to Remove a Tick

If you or a loved one is bitten, remove the tick promptly. Here’s how: Grasp the tick’s mouthparts against the skin, using pointed tweezers. Be patient; the long mouthpart is…

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16Aug 16
Recipe: Greek Quinoa Salad

Recipe: Greek Quinoa Salad

This simple salad is an easy dish to bring to a cookout or top with lean protein (chickpeas, grilled chicken or fish) for a weeknight meal. Ingredients: 2 cups cooked…

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16Aug 16
Recipe: Simple Oatmeal

Recipe: Simple Oatmeal

Makes 2 servings. Ingredients: 1 cup water 1/2 cup quick oats 2 tbsp organic raisins 2 tbsp almonds (sliced) 2 tsp organic shredded coconut 1 tsp local honey 1/2 tsp…

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16Aug 16
Recipe: Rhubarb Crisp

Recipe: Rhubarb Crisp

May is the prime season for fresh rhubarb! High in fiber, Vitamin K, C, A - one cup of cooked rhubarb contains as much calcium as a glass of milk!…

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16Aug 16
Recipe: Miso Pumpkin Soup

Recipe: Miso Pumpkin Soup

Miso Pumpkin Soup Serves 4 2 pounds kabocha, pumpkin, or butternut squash 1 pound sweet potatoes 4 cloves garlic, peeled 3 tablespoons olive oil, divided Salt Freshly ground black pepper…

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16Aug 16
Recipe: Maple-Pecan Cookies

Recipe: Maple-Pecan Cookies

For some people, spelt is more digestible than other wheats, and it contains more protein and fiber. Most importantly, it is rich in carbohydrates called mucopolysaccharides, which stimulate the immune…

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11Aug 16
Recipe: Cold Avocado And Cucumber Soup

Recipe: Cold Avocado and Cucumber Soup

This cool, creamy summer soup requires no cooking. A swirl of goat yogurt mixed with some extra minced dill or fresh chives would make the perfect garnish. Serves 4 Ingredients:…

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10Aug 16
Recipe: Garden Vegetable Pasta Toss

Recipe: Garden Vegetable Pasta Toss

Those of you gardeners know that in mid-August, you have to get creative with how to use all of the delicious vegetables in your garden! We love roasting vegetables for…

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10Aug 16
Recipe: Easy Sauerkraut

Recipe: Easy Sauerkraut

Before we had refrigerators and freezers foods were successfully preserved by lactic acid fermentation. Lactic acid fermentation is a natural process. Under specific conditions (water and oxygen deprivation), ever-present lactic acid…

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10Aug 16
Recipe: Cauliflower-Celery Root Bisque

Recipe: Cauliflower-Celery Root Bisque

Celery root, which is sometimes called celeriac, is a very alkalizing root vegetable that’s excellent both grated raw and cooked. If you have trouble finding it in your market, this…

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10Aug 16
Recipe: Carrot-Ginger Soup

Recipe: Carrot-Ginger Soup

From the Swiss Secret to Optimal Health by Dr. Thomas Rau with Susan Wyler: Carrot-Ginger Soup A subtle hint of curry seasoning enlivened with fresh ginger makes this pretty orange soup…

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10Aug 16
Vaccines: Swine Flu Vaccine

Vaccines: Swine Flu Vaccine

by Thomas Rau, MD, Medical Director, Paracelsus Clinic All of us at Paracelsus believe that the panic surrounding the Swine Flu is largely unnecessary and that the actual threat posed…

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10Aug 16
Thermography: Natural Breast & Prostate Health

Thermography: Natural Breast & Prostate Health

by Jillian VanNostrand, R.N., www.SeacoastBreastHealth.com Pursuing natural breast and prostate health care proactively can lead to an exciting path of self discovery and personal empowerment. At Seacoast Breast Health, thermography is the logical starting…

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10Aug 16
Pain Treatment

Pain Treatment

Paracelsus Pain Treatment is Different - Finding and eliminating the causes by Dr. Thomas Rau, Paracelsus Clinic As a contemporary phenomenon, every clinic employs its own “pain specialist” or has…

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10Aug 16
Nutrition: Local Superfood – Dandelion

Nutrition: Local Superfood – Dandelion

by Sonja Bacus, Nutritionist, Paracelsus Klinik They come back year after year - bright yellow dandelion flowers. What a delightful sight! Even if many other flowers that - along with dandelion…

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10Aug 16
Lyme Disease: Can Lyme Disease Be Cured?

Lyme Disease: Can Lyme Disease Be Cured?

by Dr. David A. Jernigan, Hansa Center for Optimum Health Bacteria-Focused Treatments May Be Incorrect In most Lyme disease treatment philosophies, the focus of every treatment revolves around the killing…

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04Aug 16
Five Ways To Keep Our Kids Healthy

Five Ways to Keep Our Kids Healthy

by Dr. Melina Roberts, Author of Building a Healthy Child and Clinic Director of Advanced Naturopathic Medical Centre As parents we have a responsibility to take the best care of…

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28Jul 16
Hepatitis C: Words From Dr. Rau

Hepatitis C: Words from Dr. Rau

by Dr. Thomas Rau, Paracelsus Clinic, Switzerland Hepatitis C is a disease which we "like" to treat, because we have very good results. Many people around the world may be…

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28Jul 16
Heart Memory By Ian Kennedy

Heart Memory by Ian Kennedy

by Ian Kennedy, True Wellness I get the best reactions when I say to clients, “Do you know you have three brains?”  There is the one everyone accepts as the…

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28Jul 16
General: Thoughts On Modern Medicine

General: Thoughts on Modern Medicine

by Dr. Thomas Rau, Medical Director, Paracelsus Clinic Unfortunately, contemporary orthodox medicine is becoming more and more disconnected from what patients really need. People today suffer from different complaints than…

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28Jul 16
Flu: The Paracelsus Flu Prophylaxis Therapy

Flu: The Paracelsus Flu Prophylaxis Therapy

by Dr. Thomas Rau, Paracelsus Clinic, Switzerland The physicians of the Paracelsus Clinics advise against the annual flu inoculation publicized everywhere, since it contains living virus particles and protects a…

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28Jul 16
Colloid Fluid Model By Dr. Ron Murray

Colloid Fluid Model by Dr. Ron Murray

The Birth of “Manual Regulation Therapy” The Colloid Fluid Model Revisited What is the Colloid Fluid Model (CFM)? A colloid is a substance or structure that sometimes behaves like a…

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21Jul 16
Castor Oil: An Essential For Health

Castor Oil: An Essential for Health

CASTOR OIL: AN ESSENTIAL FOR HEALTH by Jeoff Drobot, NMD and Dickson Thom, DDS, ND The American Center for Biological Medicine Castor bean seeds (Ricinus communis) are thought to date…

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21Jul 16
Cancer: Tumor Therapy

Cancer: Tumor Therapy

Explanation of Biological Tumor Therapy and reasons for the application of alternative medicines and treatment modalities for biological cancer therapy Alternative tumor therapy or more correctly called holistic cancer therapy,…

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21Jul 16
Cancer: Oncothermia

Cancer: Oncothermia

Patient's Guide Oncothermia - a complementary medical solution in the fight against cancer Paracelsus Clinic, Lustmuhle The Oncothermia is a young form of therapy in Oncology. The non-toxic procedure and…

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21Jul 16
Alkaline Balance By Dr. Thomas Rau

Alkaline Balance by Dr. Thomas Rau

A healthy body is naturally slightly alkaline. This means the pH balance of the blood and other fluids is slightly alkaline rather than acidic. In a clinical setting, Darkfield microscopy…

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15Jul 16
What YOU Can Do To Prevent Cancer

What YOU Can Do to Prevent Cancer

Paracelsus Klinik Lustmuhle In Switzerland, around 37,000 people a year are diagnosed with cancer. I have been treating cancer patients with a variety of methods for 25 years. The best…

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08Jul 16
General: The Original Biological Medicine

General: The Original Biological Medicine

If you would like more information or are interested in becoming a patient at the Paracelsus Clinic, please contact: Barbara Christian, Patient Coordinator, at bchristianparacelsus@gmail.com.

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08Jul 16
General: Regenerative Medicine

General: Regenerative Medicine

If you would like more information or are interested in becoming a patient at the Paracelsus Clinic, please contact: Barbara Christian, Patient Coordinator, at bchristianparacelsus@gmail.com.

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08Jul 16
General: Nathaniel’s Story

General: Nathaniel’s Story

If you would like more information or are interested in becoming a patient at the Paracelsus Clinic, please contact: Barbara Christian, Patient Coordinator, at bchristianparacelsus@gmail.com. If you are interested in clinics…

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06Jul 16

Aging: Dr. Rau’s Again Well Program

Watch Dr. Rau explain how biological medicine focuses on the body as a whole, searching for root causes and providing an overall wellness solutions. He discusses the keys to staying young which include…

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06Jul 16
Hyperproteinemia And Hyperacidity

Hyperproteinemia and Hyperacidity

The Clinical Picture of Hyperproteinemia and Hyperacidity Every biological therapy and every isopathic therapy (Sanum therapy) is exclusively oriented to the organism’s regulatory system. It influences the organism’s adaptability and…

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06Jul 16
Helpful Links

Helpful Links

Here is a collection of links that we think you might find useful: American Holistic Medical Association The AHMA is committed to increasing awareness and understanding of the natural healing…

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06Jul 16
Ulcerative Colitis

Ulcerative Colitis

Following is the story of a patient who first came to the Paracelsus Klinik in January 2007, and who over the course of 30 months experienced a complete recovery from…

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06Jul 16

Nutrition: How Important are Vitamins?

by Dr. Kurt Tischhauser | Paracelsus Clinic, Switzerland You have surely heard controversial statements regarding the necessary or even unnecessary intake (supplementation) of vitamins. Is there ever really a shortage?…

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28Jun 16
Exercise And Your DNA

Exercise and Your DNA

The genetic DNA that we are born with may not change, but the growing field of epigenetics is looking at the factors that influence how our genes are expressed. Researchers…

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28Jun 16

Got Milk?

By Dr. David A. Jernigan | Hansa Center for Optimum Health The majority of homogenized, pasteurized, milk in your grocery stores, including Vitamin D milk, two-percent milk, and skim milk,…

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28Jun 16
Lemony Hummus With Toasted Cumin Seeds

Lemony Hummus with Toasted Cumin Seeds

From the Swiss Secret to Optimal Health by Dr. Thomas Rau with Susan Wyler: Lemony Hummus with Toasted Cumin Seeds Fresh lemon juice along with grated zest imparts a lovely citrus…

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28Jun 16

What’s in Your Personal Care Products?

by Abigail Haines Smith, Biological Medicine Network Manager With longer daylight hours but brisk temperatures outdoors, March is the perfect month to start spring cleaning! On my list is the…

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28Jun 16

Wintertime- how important are vitamins?

by Dr. Kurt Tischhauser | Paracelsus Clinic, Switzerland You have surely heard controversial statements regarding the necessary or even unnecessary intake (supplementation) of vitamins. Is there ever really a shortage? Or…

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28Jun 16
Paracelsus Academy 2017

Paracelsus Academy 2017

Registration Opening Soon! Seminars 2017 *there may be minor changes to the schedule throughout the year *There may be some minor changes in the schedule throughout the year, please confirm…

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28Nov 15
General: Tips For Winter Health

General: Tips for Winter Health

According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, our health is greatly impacted by the earth’s cycle and so it is important that we live in harmony with our environment. As the months…

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