Smooth intestinal muscle left – Diagnostic Chart

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Smooth intestinal muscle left – Diagnostic Chart

Conflict:

Conflict of inability to intestinally move a morsel along.

Idiom:

Hamer Focus:

HH in the midbrain on the left side, but belonging to the brainstem.

Active phase:

Constipation
Locally increased intestinal peristalsis, remaining intestine with slowed peristalsis (often misinterpreted as paralytic ileus).

Healing:

Diarrhea
Whole intestine increased intestinal muscle peristalsis (intestinal colic), as a sign of the healing phase.

Crisis:

Constipation

Biological Sense:

Active phase

To push a morsel locally more strongly (local hyperperistalsis while the peristalsis of the rest of the intestine is at a standstill: misinterpreted by us as paralytic ileus).

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