What distinguishes traditional medicine from eco-medicine?
In traditional or official medicine, the philosophy could be said to be this - a happy person lived, but then bad bacteria, fungi, or viruses entered their body, and the person became ill. By killing these bacteria with antibiotics, fungi with antifungal agents, and viruses with antiviral agents, the person will live happily again. For example, if an allergic or autoimmune process begins, the "upset" immune system is calmed with immunosuppressants, and all is well again. High blood pressure is lowered with medications, and all is fine. If that does not happen – genetics are to blame, what can you do, such is fate, one must take medications for the rest of their life to alleviate suffering.

On the other hand, eco-medicine believes that by using inadequate nutrition long-term, such as what nature did not intend for humans, and not detoxifying periodically, a large amount of unexpelled waste and toxins accumulates, with which the detoxification systems cannot cope, eventually creating a breeding ground for bacteria, fungi, and viruses – if we remove this breeding ground, the person will recover. By stopping the pollution and detoxifying the body from toxins that damaged the cells, the immune system no longer perceives its cells as foreign and stops attacking them – allergic and autoimmune processes disappear.

The body raised blood pressure because it started lacking oxygen, but thick, fatty, sticky blood cannot be pushed through atherosclerosis-damaged blood vessels in any other way. This means that the blood needs to be thinned and the blood vessels cleaned.

But how genes behave largely depends on the environment they are in.

It is not possible to treat a single or a few parts of the organism. This is exactly what modern medicine does. By detoxifying the body and sorting out metabolism, it is possible to even get rid of diseases that are considered incurable in traditional medicine, such as exudative pericarditis.

Eco-medicine believes that viruses and microbes are everywhere, and it is impossible to avoid them, therefore there is no need to fear. They do a good job – help the body detoxify. However, one must understand why they appeared and rapidly multiply in our tissues and cells. But they only multiply because we have created a favorable environment for them in the intercellular fluid and the tissues themselves, in the sinuses, bronchi, and lungs, we accumulate a completely unnecessary and even harmful mass of waste in large quantities. These are atherosclerotic plaques, pus, gallstones, kidney stones, mucus, etc.

It sounds tempting, but doesn't modern medicine with its scientific achievements know this?
Indeed, but an absurd global situation has developed where it is economically much more profitable for traditional medicine, led by the pharmaceutical industry, to treat rather than to cure. Therefore, spreading knowledge of eco-medicine falls to enthusiasts and small producers of health-friendly products. Understandably, it is very difficult for them to be heard in the mass information space, as their financial capabilities are incomparable.
Eco-medicine is not limited to medicine alone
Not for nothing is there a saying – you are what you eat. Therefore, eco-medicine includes biology, ecology, biochemistry, biophysics, agriculture, food processing, the overall ecosystem. Everything is closely interconnected.
There is only one disease
There are not various diseases, there is only one ailment – metabolic process disorders. And there is only one way to cure any disease – to correct the metabolic process, live according to the laws of nature, and integrate into the Earth's ecological system. Daily nutrition can become medicine if one knows and follows the compatibility of products in such a way that it does not create fermentation and souring processes that cause dysbacteriosis in the intestinal tract. Depending on its quality and composition, nutrition can either pollute or detoxify. Exactly this is the basis of eco-medicine treatment – with nutrition and other natural factors – water, sun, air.

If classical medicine has counted about 20-30 thousand different disease diagnoses, then in eco-medicine, there is only one – metabolic process disorders, which manifest in 20-30 thousand ways. Essentially, metabolic process disorders are caused by a deficiency of minerals and toxins. This means if all diseases have the same root causes, then the treatment is very similar – to eliminate these disorders.

The main task is not to treat diseases
The main task of eco-medicine is to teach people how not to reach these diseases so that they do not need to be treated. The most paradoxical thing is that many people have reached a high intellectual level, are familiar with the highest technologies, but do not understand at all how their organism works.

Hopefully, the information placed on this website will help a little to eliminate this deficiency and thus become more independent of doctors and pharmacies.

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                                             What is Eco-medicine?

Eco-medicine provides knowledge on treating diseases using natural remedies. It's based on understanding the bio-physical and biochemical processes occurring in the human body in relation to the overall biological system, essentially teaching living in harmony with nature. Eco-medicine treats the entire organism by restoring self-regulation mechanisms during any illness.


The multi-level structure of body organization
Everything consists of atoms >>> atoms are bonded in molecules >>> molecules form macromolecular compounds, both organic and inorganic. High-molecular organic compounds are the basis of all life >>> all living cells are made up of molecules >>> cells form tissues >>> tissues form organs >>> organs are combined into 12 organ systems:

  1. The hematopoietic system ensures the constancy of blood composition.

  2. The circulatory system transports nutrients and collects waste materials.

  3. The skeletal-muscular system performs support and movement functions.

  4. The digestive system ensures the intake, processing, assimilation, or absorption of nutrients, and the elimination of waste.

  5. The central nervous system regulates vital functions and their integration.

  6. The lymphatic system ensures the cleansing of the body and neutralization of harmful substances + immune function (lymph nodes).

  7. The immune system protects from harmful and unnatural factors.

  8. The peripheral nervous system ensures the transmission of commands from the central nervous system (brain and spinal cord) to/from tissues and organs, thus ensuring an individual's adaptation to the environment.

  9. The respiratory system supplies the body with oxygen, which is necessary for all vital processes, and ensures the elimination of carbon dioxide.

 10. The urinary system and skin perform the cleansing of the body, removing waste products generated by the body's vital processes.

 11. The reproductive system ensures propagation.

 12. The endocrine system regulates the basic processes of metabolism, biorhythms, and the constancy of the internal environment.


Between Health and Disease
This is the greatest paradox of modern society, that we only think about diseases when they make themselves known, not during the pre-symptomatic period. The absence of health complaints does not mean there are no problems. Between disease and health lies a vast intermediary stage – remission or the pre-disease state, which is a period of non-exacerbation. In this phase, when it is most effective to prevent impending disease, there are no specific visible symptoms, nor do laboratory analyses show anything special. The first changes can only be noticed by conducting an electrocardiogram (heart), electromyogram (muscles), electroencephalogram (brain), and analyzing changes in electrical impulses in all organs simultaneously. This is early disturbance testing to identify individual disturbance mechanisms. If identified, even lifestyle adjustments toward a healthier direction may suffice, and it's likely that symptoms will not even emerge. Once symptoms appear, the process has advanced significantly. The doctor then collects these symptoms, analyzes them, and draws conclusions or makes a diagnosis. In the classical view, there can be 26 thousand diagnoses. This is followed by a symptomatic approach – a pill for a headache, drops for a cold, tablets for high blood pressure, etc. Unfortunately, a large portion of diagnoses are incorrect. Meanwhile, the causes of diseases are overlooked. Shouldn't a pathologist be the better choice to investigate the causes?


The Path to Disease
To find the way back to health, one must understand the mechanism or path to disease, know what has been done incorrectly until now, and of course, have an accurate diagnosis. According to World Health Organization (WHO) data, 70% of diagnoses made by doctors are incorrect. This means that 70% of people are being treated incorrectly. Therefore, it's crucial to determine the correct diagnosis and understand the mechanism of disease development to search for the way back to health. This should be the primary direction of doctors' actions. Unfortunately, doctors are often made into lawless distributors of pharmaceutical products, working according to strictly defined guidelines. Paradoxically, compared to the rest of society, doctors are even more zombified, operating according to the postulates and dogmas accompanied by the pharmaceutical industry. The medical education system is also constructed in a way that one may know a lot, but understand little.
Modern Food Products
With improvements in culinary art and product manufacturing technologies, human diet has become richer in calories and more flavorful. This has been achieved through product refinement, special cooking methods, and the use of food additives, including artificial ones. To achieve product abundance, chemical poisons, mineral fertilizers, antibiotics, and hormones are widely used. All this inevitably affects our gut microbiome, forcing it to adapt to new conditions. For example, many products are added with preservatives – substances that prevent bacteria from multiplying or prevent product spoilage. Unfortunately, once preservatives enter the human body, they continue their work - disrupting the microecological balance and creating toxins. As a result, a huge amount of toxic substances accumulates in the human body. Toxic load or body pollution is one of the most pressing problems of modern times.


Medications Work Differently Than Food
Modern official medicine is based not on natural forces but on chemical synthesis, realized in many medications. Since they are not natural and do not contain nutrients, these medications cannot restore any body system or subsystem. The action occurs locally, affecting cell material that has lost its molecular stability, so the patient will always have biochemical problems not only with diets prescribed by a doctor for a disease but also because the medications themselves cause massive changes in atomic-molecular and cell relationships, resulting in chronic illnesses, allergic reactions, etc.

Any medication used for too long is not only a toxic component but also a participant in chemical reactions in the body. Many modern medication molecules are copied and very similar to nutrient molecules - the nutrients we consume daily, as well as the molecules of vitamins and plant alkaloids present in them. The problem is that the human body lacks the enzymes to process these medications because it has adapted to process food, not artificially synthesized medications.

About Pain
The sensation of pain is formed in the human brain, processing information from pain receptors, and serves as a warning signal that the body may be in danger. It can arise from damage to tissue integrity (e.g., a wound), lack of oxygen (so-called ischemic pain, for example, with a heart attack, angina), stretching (gases stretching the intestinal wall), it can be caused by chemical substances, temperature, etc. However, in some cases, damage is present, but the person does not feel pain, for example, in the liver, intestines, etc. Therefore, the belief that if nothing hurts, everything is fine, and the individual is healthy, is mistaken.

There are cases where only a few percent of healthy liver remains, and people completely restore it with diet and phytotherapy. It's different with the spine. For every millimeter, there are several nerve fibers because the spinal cord is located there, which must not be touched. Therefore, to protect it from even the slightest displacement of an intervertebral disc by a couple of millimeters, unbearable pain occurs. This is a warning to the person – incorrect movements, incorrect lifting of weights, incorrect diet (weak connective tissue), the consequences can be very serious. The functioning of the spinal cord can be disrupted. Therefore, to prevent this, a warning is given - pain. Nerve blockage cannot solve the problem. The causes must be clarified. The logic behind childbirth pain exists too. Although the uterus has no pain receptors and cannot hurt, pain receptors are in the cervix, so that the woman would want to push the child out faster to avoid postpartum complications, such as encephalopathy.

Every symptom that appears in a person is like a complaint from the body, and it should be understood that some organ is asking for help – to supply it with nutrients and remove toxins. The body does not ask for chemical tablets or anything to cut off.

Does Your Health Match These 13 Indicators?
  1. Body temperature 36.6°C ±0.2°C. At this temperature, water crystals are in a stable state, ensuring the normal course of oxidation-reduction processes in the body. At a temperature of 38°C, the water structure begins to disintegrate, releasing energy and activating the immune system. A person cannot live long with a temperature higher than 42°C, the last division on the thermometer, at which water loses its informational memory or structure, leading to death since water in the body can only be structured. Similarly, a person cannot live long with a temperature of 35.5°C, because at this temperature, the crystalline lattice is unstable, and cells lack energy. The temperature should be measured in the morning after waking up. If it is below 36.4°C, it indicates a large amount of accumulated and unexpelled toxins, but higher than 36.8°C is one of the signs of illness.

  2. Arterial blood pressure. Should be 120/80 mmHg, with a fluctuation range of ±10 mmHg. At this pressure, blood optimally saturates with oxygen. Elevated or lowered blood pressure indicates health problems. Elevated blood pressure should not be lowered with medications, except in acute situations (so-called hypertensive crises). In this way, only the symptoms of diseases are temporarily eliminated, not the causes. Lowered blood pressure may indicate body pollution, so to correct it, body cleansing is necessary.

  3. Hemoglobin. For men 16g/dl, for women 14 g/dl. This indicates the amount of oxygen in the body. As hemoglobin decreases, the pulse compensatorily accelerates to supply cells with the necessary amount of oxygen. The breathing rate also increases, but not always. The amount of hemoglobin can only be reduced (for example, losing blood) and cannot be increased, it can only be a lack of water, known as dehydration or hypohydration.

  4. Pulse. Approximately 60 times per minute. Pulse as such is not really the speed of blood flow, but at this pulse rate, oxygen is optimally delivered from the lungs with blood to every organ. During stress, the pulse rate can double, and it should return to its previous state within 2 minutes after the stress.

  5. Urine. 1.5 liters per day. Specific gravity normally 1025-1035, with an acidic reaction in the mornings (pH less than 7), straw yellow in color without a sharp smell. Colorless urine indicates hyperhydration.

  6. Breathing rhythm. 20 times per minute. Increases under stress. After stress, depending on its intensity, the breathing rhythm returns to the previous level within about 1 minute. If otherwise – something is not right.

  7. Bilirubin. Should be no more than 21 mmol/l. It is an indicator of blood toxicity level – the amount of processed dead erythrocytes. Every day, 300 billion erythrocytes die in the human body and must be processed, broken down, expelled from the body, and new ones created. The amount of bilirubin indicates how effectively this process occurs - how many die, how many are renewed, how effectively the liver and kidneys, which perform body self-cleansing, work. As soon as this indicator increases, the balance in the body is disturbed.

Dead or damaged erythrocytes in the spleen are eaten by macrophages there. An erythrocyte passes through the spleen's sinuses (semi-permeable blood vessels) and enters the spleen's tissues. If it is damaged, it does not return to the bloodstream but remains and is phagocytosed (eaten). Therefore, the spleen is called the erythrocyte cemetery. Diseases affecting erythrocytes often manifest with an enlarged spleen (splenomegaly). For example, sickle cell anemia.

  8. PH acid-base balance in the blood. This is one of the most important indicators, and compared to others, you can regulate it yourself with your lifestyle. It could even be said, by sorting it out, most of the other indicators will sort themselves out. 7.43 is the alkaline environment of life. 7.1-death, which manifests as, for example, acute cardiovascular insufficiency. And the first thing doctors immediately do – is the administration of physiological solution (0.9% NaCl) intravenously. Nowadays, most of the most commonly used foods and drinks create acids in the body. To neutralize them and maintain an alkaline environment, the body uses reserves of alkaline microelements, breaking down calcium, potassium, magnesium, and sodium reserves from the musculoskeletal system.

  9. Cholesterol, 6.0 mmol/l. Cholesterol is animal-derived fat (plant fats do not contain cholesterol). It is a raw material for all kinds of hormones. The circulation of cholesterol in the body is carried out by transporting lipoproteins. High-density lipoproteins collect cholesterol from the walls of blood vessels and deliver it to the liver for further processing. When checking cholesterol levels, consider that after eating, its amount will be higher than when taking a blood sample on an empty stomach.

If the blood has a low amount of cholesterol, stress resistance decreases, and the risk of depression triples, especially for people taking cholesterol-lowering medications. The body intensively produces cholesterol to reduce internal inflammation of blood vessels caused by increased amounts of lectins, omega-6, insulin, and glucose in the blood. The sequence is such - first inflammation in blood vessels and only then an increased amount of cholesterol in the blood.

Animal-derived proteins affect blood cholesterol levels more than saturated fats and dietary cholesterol. In world regions where people hardly consume animal-derived proteins, the total cholesterol level in the blood is 2.0 – 4.0 mmol/l

 10. Uric acid concentration in the blood. Ideally, it would be 2 – 4 mg%. Now this norm is increased because with the current diet recommended by dietitians, it cannot be maintained. An elevated concentration of uric acid indicates an increased protein content in the blood (for example, if consuming a lot of meat) because uric acid is formed in the process of their metabolism.

 11. White blood cell count in the blood. 4 - 4.5 thousand/mm3. At this white blood cell count, all antigens that enter the body – viruses, bacteria, fungi - are destroyed.

 12. Blood sugar level. 3.9 – 5.6 mmol/l on an empty stomach. It is an energy reserve for cells (for immediate use). Glucose reserves are in the form of glycogen, mainly in the liver and muscles.

 13. Weight. Measuring height in cm - minus 100±10kg is the optimal weight. After the age of 18, weight should remain stable until the end of life. This indicates that both the cardiovascular system and the excretory systems are working optimally. Everyone who drinks little water, has a tendency to overeat regularly, is polluted, and has an acidic internal pH environment will definitely have excess weight if there are deviations in the previous indicators. If weight constantly fluctuates – it means that the body's functioning is irregular, the hormonal system and the central nervous system are disrupted.

Changes in these 13 indicators create preconditions for serious diseases. No doctor can restore them for you. They indicate lifestyle, thinking, and daily work in strengthening health. Only by changing internally, each person will the society as a whole change.

According to WHO (World Health Organization) data, human health is influenced by:
  10% - medical achievements,

  75% - human lifestyle and diet,

  15% - genetics.

Only 2% of people suffer from genetically inherited diseases from birth. The rest of the diseases are acquired during life. One must be honest with oneself and not deceive oneself, not indulge in self-deception. One should look back at inherited family traditions, lifestyle, and diet, whether it all aligns with what nature intended.

Most people are born with genes that would allow them to live a long and happy life (the genetically programmed human age is at least 120 years).

Unhealthy internal environment activates bad genes:
  negative emotions (anger, resentment),

  lack of water,

  body pollution,

  lack of vitamins and microelements.

Genes alone do not act; additional conditions are needed to amplify their impact. They will never activate if an appropriate environment is not created. Diet in the body is the environmental factor that determines gene activity. For example, cancer-causing genes can be turned on and off by changing the amount of animal-derived protein in the diet because gene activity is primarily controlled by the consumed diet.

Therefore, genes are not fate. We are not victims of genes but masters of our destiny. Fate and choice are in your hands.

Nature has created us according to its laws; it is not possible to fight nature or deceive it with medications.