Markus Sommer, M.D.


Anthropsophical Treatment for Multiple Sclerosis
This paper was originally written as a chapter for a textbook to be published at the Deutscher Apotheker Verlag. Since it is intended for doctors and pharmacists who may or may not be familiar with Anthroposophy, it first introduces the reader to a conception of the nervous system originally developed by Rudolf Steiner and Ita Wegman. Current scientific findings are then considered in relation to this. Finally, the attempt is made to develop insight into multiple sclerosis and to describe and evaluate current approaches to treatment, adding suggestions for differentiated anthroposophical treatment based on relatively intensive treatment experience with a total of 200 patients.
Calendula for Local and Systemic Treatment of Wound

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Neem as a Low-risk Alternative Treatment for Head Lice
Judging by the fourth plague called down upon the Egyptians (Exodus 8:17), lice appear to be an ancient affliction of humanity. At that time their appearance was expected to bring about a change of heart (unsuccessfully), while in our times we are primarily concerned with external measures for ridding ourselves of them...
Organ Preparations and Mutual Awareness of Organs

Severe Hip Pain Treated with Anthroposophical Medicines

Specific Organotropic Treatment for Cancer Patients

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Treatment for Head Lice

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