Bioregulatory Medicine

Bioregulatory medicine proposes scientific model based on the Law of probability regarding Biological systems, based on mathematics. Bioregulatory Medicine is based on Entropy as a probabilistic measurement in diagnostic process as no system is equal to another and not even to itself at any moment.


This conjecture is based on the Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle. Human system is governed by Law of Thermodynamics and Informatics. Cybernetics and Systems Science govern human system structure and function and distinguishes itself from the analytic approach by emphasizing the interactions and connectedness of its components.


Nanopharmacological remedies are drugs applied as a part of Bioregulatory Protocol. The range of remedies are the result of the Nineteenth Century classical Homoeopathy teachings of Dr Samuel Christian Frederick Hahnemann (1755-1843), followed by a medical model of Dr Hans Heinrich Reckeweg (1905-1985) who had established the principles of the anti homotoxic prescription. A contemporary generation of medical practitioners have further built up on these homoeopathic traditions, by adding rebalancing bioactive molecules such as cytokine and interleukins.


Biological terraine with acidic milliue, changed balance of symbiotic and pathogenic microbes and viruses, fungi or parasites may cause chronic low-grade infections (non-sterile root canals and other old foci) which influences proinflammatory and immune responses in the body. Environmental toxicities such as heavy metals (mercury from tooth fillings), geopathic stressors, food sensitivities and many other pollutants cause dysregulation of the biological system.


PNEI. is the highest control system axis and Dysregulation is often caused by glandular exhaustion of the Endocrine Glands. Endocrine glands by stressful lifestyles, combined with lack of vital nutrients and persistent negative mental attitudes. Adrenal insufficiency (exhaustion) causes low blood sugar and the management includes rest and high density lipid and cholesterol containing food such as fatty fish and flax seed oil. On the other hand female gonads are affected by underproduction of progesterone and high oestrogen activity resulting from industrial and chemical pollution (HRT, diesel, paints, processed food).
Bioregulatory medicine diagnose the nature of Dysregulation and apply detoxifying and nutritive measures combined with mental re-processing and balnce within the PNEI systems.