September 8, 2013 | Posted in Aging, Bladder / Kidneys, Eyes, Glands / Endocrine, Head / Nervous System, Heart / Circulation

Diabetes mellitus, Type 2, is a very common adult onset disease today, resulting from inability of the body to handle carbohydrates. Insulin is present in sufficient amounts, but the body does not respond to it.

By contrast, Type 1 diabetes mellitus, is primarily an autoimmune disease with a true lack of insulin.  This discussion primarily addresses Diabetes Type 2.

Description

The high frequency of diabetes appears to be due in part to widespread deficiency of Vitamin D, and to the massive amounts of processed carbohydrates in our food supply, many of which have addictive qualities.  See Nutrition, Diet.

Sedentary lifestyles and obesity compound the situation and also contribute to high diabetes incidence.

In anthroposophic medicine understanding, the successful handling of sugar — dependent on healthy pancreas — requires the full presence of the Ego organization in the physical body.  See Ego (Self ‘I’).  

The metabolism and limbs are the deepest places this finer body organization enters into. Just as the infant matures from head downward, so does the full incorporation of the finer bodies into the physical proceed from the nerve-sense through the rhythmic system (heart and lungs) then into the metabolism and limbs.

Treatments are geared to the fuller incarnation of the human spiritual make-up into the physical body.

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Treatments

Treatments from anthroposophic medicine are geared to the fuller incarnation of the human spiritual make-up into the physical body.

Exercise is known in conventional medicine to lower blood sugar and in the view of anthroposophic medicine, strengthens the Ego-organization in the metabolism.  See Eurythmy – therapeutic.

Oil dispersion bath with Rosemary oil, used in a rhythm for a series of approximately 7 baths, brings stronger incarnation of the ego-organization in the human body.  See Baths- oil dispersion.

True Botanica Rosemary oil

Uriel Rosemary oil

Weleda Rosemary oil (prescription).

 

True Botanica Berberine

True Botanica Berberine Plus for adults two capsules daily orally .  Berberine herb has metformin-like activity (without the side effects of metformin, diarrhea and lactic acidosis potential) and significantly improves blood sugar handling.

True Botanica Glucanol Plus for adults two capsules daily orally.  Rosemary, chromium, and trace minerals support correct ego-organization relationship, and improved carbohydrate metabolism.

True Botanica gemstone preparations support respectively healthy pancreas function, and healthy taste:  Emerald Pentas for adults 20 drops three times daily orally; and Topaz Pentas for adults 20 drops three times daily orally.

Uriel Rosemarinus Argentum and Rosemarinus Poterium ampules which can be used orally for diabetes, for adults one daily.

 

Low potency phosphorous aids the ego incarnating in the mornings, and its work in sugar metabolism.

Uriel Phosphorous D6 for adults 10 pellets each morning.

Weleda (prescription) Phosphorous D5 for adults usually dosed 5-7 drops in 1/2 teaspoon of water each morning.

 

Bitters wake up digestion, and this includes waking up the pancreas function.

True Botanica Gentian Pentas for adults 20 drops three times daily orally before meals.

Uriel Chicory Ginger bitters for adults 1/4 teaspoon three times daily orally before meals.

Weleda Amara drops for adults 7 drops in 1/2 teaspoon water three times daily orally before meals;

Weleda (prescription) Digestodoron for adults 7 drops in 1/2 teaspoon water three times daily orally before meals.

ASK YOUR DOCTOR:  Hgb A1c lab test every 3-4 months is important to follow the progress of the treatment.

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**Cautions**

Diabetes affects tiny blood vessels which over years damages vision, kidney function, and brain and heart health.  Preventing damage is very possoible, with effort.  Ask your provider to evaluate your risk, and become active on your own behalf.

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