How organotherapy works?
How does Organo Therapy work? In Organo Therapy, extracts made from various organs or glands of animals or men are used to treat diseases and stimulate or regenerate weakened cells. These extracts can either be given as injectables or tablets. Insulin and thyroxin are examples of animal endocrine organ extracts.
When was organotherapy popular?
By the 19th century, these experimental and observational studies culminated in the notion that the administration of testicular or ovarian extract could treat a variety of mood disorders in humans, ranging from depression to the “anergy of senescence.”5 The novel field of organotherapy arose from this premise and …
What is organotherapy and how does it work?
Organotherapy uses sarcodes, extracts derived from animal or human tissues to treat medical conditions. Sarcodes utilize mRNA (messenger ribonucleic acid) to regulate and correct the function of organs and bodily systems on a cellular level.
What are sarcodes and organotherapy?
Sarcodes, sometimes referred to as organotherapy, are homeopathic remedies prepared from healthy animal organs, tissues and secretions that contain biological molecules with specific physiological functions in the human organism.
What are ‘organ remedies’?
The concept with ‘organ remedies’ is related to organ affinity, which is due to the pathogenetic action of a remedy to affect the certain specific system or organ or tissues. Organ or tissue remedies can be used as homeopathics, isopathics or can be prescribed as palliatively.
What is the difference between endocrinology and organotherapy?
The major difference with the scientifically anointed practice of endocrinology is that organotherapy (opotherapy) aims at repairing and restoring the function of the diseased gland or organ, whereas endocrine therapy, as useful and needed as it is, replaces the function of the target gland or organ through exogenous administration of a hormone.