Das «biochemische» Heilverfahren nach Wilhelm Heinrich Schüßler und seine Weiterentwicklung durch Dietrich Schöpwinkel

Axel Helmstädter
2006 Gesnerus  
The German Physician Wilhelm Schüßler (1821-1898) developed a healing system called "Biochemie". Basically it had merely the character of a substitution therapy with mineral compounds and was based on physiological considerations by Jakob Moleschott (1822-1893) and Justus von Liebig (1803-1873) which were fundamental for the development of the scientific discipline of biochemistry as well. Schüßler himself, however, who had been educated in homoeopathy, introduced more and more immaterial or
more » ... re immaterial or "biodynamic" explanations for the therapeutic effect of the mineral salt preparations. This attempt was continued by his successors, namely by Dietrich (called Dieter) Schöpwinkel (1876-1946) who enriched the system with new preparations as well as several theoretical aspects strongly related to the dynamic approach.
doi:10.1163/22977953-0630304003 fatcat:wurksdtdjveidj4lndvspflgay