For our metabolism to function, it has to maintain a certain acid-alkaline balance. Extreme acidity can lead to death. Our diet prominently influences the acid-alkaline balance; how much acid or alkaline-forming foods we eat.


Use of nonhomeopathic remedies: the treatment of a disease by using remedies whose effects differ from those produced by that disease. This is the principle of mainstream medical practice, as opposed to that of homeopathy.


A term that describes a specific pH factor. The pH factor stands for a concentration of hydrogen ions. The more hydrogen ions present, the more acidic the condition. The pH scale reaches from 1 (= very acidic) to 14 (= very alkaline). Pure water has a pH value of around 7 and is neutral. Our blood has a pH value of 7.35 (also compare acid-alkaline balance).


To reverse direction at regular intervals in a circuit.


The prefix a(n) stands for “not.” An anomaly is something ab-normal in a scientific sense, an irregularity.


Interference in or inhibition of the physiological action of a chemical substance by another having a similar structure.

Artesian spring

Water that surfaces on its own due to levitational forces.


A branch of chemistry studying the chemical behavior in living beings. Biochemistry is not only interested in the individual chemical components but also their vital interplay.


The science of living physics. This form of physics applies physics knowledge to explain biological questions, such as the transmission of nervous impulses or muscle control. The boundaries to biochemistry are, in part, fluid, not solid.


“Outward.” Describes an apparent force that acts outward on a body moving about a center.


“Inward.” Describes an apparent movement or tendency to move toward a center, inward from without.


Condition of matter depicted by its even distribution (solution) of microscopic particles with a diameter of 1 to 100 nm in a dispersing substance. Minerals are present in plants in colloidal form.

Crystal salt

The purest, natural form of salt containing within its crystalline structure and trace elements of our body consists. They are also called “halite.”


A modern form of cleansing the colon; flushing it with warm water or sole solution.


A chemical term describing hydrogen bridges between molecules.


Losing water in the body, drying out. To absolutely or relatively lack water in the external or internal cellular space. In chemistry: to break apart hydrogen from its organic compounds.


Chemical compounds with an unequally distributed electric charge, such as the water molecule: the oxygen atom is of a negative charge, and the two hydrogen atoms are positively charged. Dipolar molecules mutually attract each other. This is how water molecules connect into clusters via hydrogen bridges.


Opposite of harmony, “un-sound,” incoherent. The Latin prefix “dis” stands for “apart,” “gone.”


Occurs when vibrations of different wavelengths meet, which creates a state of chaos. Waves that vibrate the same length create resonance. Literally, dissonance means “un-sound.”


Tending to increase the secretion and discharge of urine.

Edema (oedema)

A condition characterized by an excess of watery fluid collecting in the cavities or tissues of the body.


Ion needed by cell: an ion in cells, blood, or other organic material. Electrolytes help control fluid levels in the body, maintain normal pH levels, and ensure the correct electric potential between nerve cells that enable the transmission of nerve signals.

Electromagnetic magnetism

Created by electric current. Electromagnetic waves vibrate evenly and can expand in a vacuum. Electromagnetic fields transport electric as well as magnetic energy. They play an essential role in regulating bodily functions.


Pollution is caused by electric and magnetic fields generated by power lines, electrical equipment, mobile and cordless phones, radar, electrical household appliances, microwave ovens, radios, computers, electric clocks, etc.


Give off, send forth, or discharge; light, heat, radiation, vapor, etc.

Electronic acupuncture

A painless measurement method to diagnose and therapeutically alleviate dysfunctions in the body. Reveals most negligible distortions of the organs. Allows for early diagnosis before a disease materializes. It measures the skin resistance to find out the acupuncture points’ energetic potentials, giving an accurate picture of the respective organ’s bio-energetic condition.


Proteins that enable certain biological functions. Enzymes are catalysts: they can accelerate processes in our body without changing their form. They are essential for various bodily functions, such as digestion and blood coagulation. The lack of certain enzymes can lead to health problems and unbalance the metabolism.

Entropy (physics)

A measure of disorganization or degradation in the universe that reduces available energy or the tendency of available energy to dwindle. Chaos, opposite of order.

Free radicals

Molecules containing oxygen that attack cells in the body.


A substance that kills fungi.

Gravitation/ gravitational

The attractive force of Earth causes all bodies in her atmosphere to move towards her center.


A pattern of straight lines, usually crossing each other to form squares.


Measurement unit for vibrations or frequencies (a certain amount of vibration in a certain period of time). One Hertz (Hz) equals one oscillation per second. Light waves vibrate at several trillion Hertz. Sound waves, audible to the human ear, vibrate at a rate between 20 and 20.000 Hertz.


A polygon having six angles and six sides.


Considering a whole thing or being to be more than a collection of parts;
Treating the entire person rather than just the symptoms of a disease.


Medicine developed by Samuel Hahnemann towards the end of the 18th century, based on the understanding that healing comes from within, from the body’s innate self-healing forces. These forces are stimulated by certain substances that would cause respective diseases if given in high doses, intending to heal an illness with equal significance.


Natural regulatory mechanism of the organism. The body’s ability to maintain its perfect, natural balance (e.g., the circulatory system, its temperature, or its water and hormone balance). The hypothalamus is the central navigation system in the middle brain.


Water application therapy was developed by Parson Kneipp, such as showers, baths, or wraps. The Greek term for water is “hydro.”


Opposite of explosive. When forces condense towards the inside, they create energy directed inward, which reduces the volume and the temperature. This releases 127 times more energy than with an explosion.

Intestinal flora

The sum of all bacteria and fungi that live in the intestines. A healthy intestinal flora supports the breaking down of nutrients, trains the immune system in the intestines, fights off pathogens, and helps the body build the vitamin E and K.

An unbalanced intestinal flora (e.g., when there are too many fungi or too few beneficial bacteria) can lead to many health problems.

Ions/ ionized

Electrically charged atoms or atom groups. Ionization is when an electrically charged atom or atom group absorbs or releases a negatively charged electron. You can stimulate this reaction. Ionizers are used to decalcify or energize water.


Application of radiation (as X rays or ultraviolet light) especially for therapeutic purposes.

Levitation/ levitational

Absence of gravitation, lifting. Possible through strong electromagnetic forces.

Low-frequency range

Depicts electromagnetic field of low frequency ranges down to 30 Kilohertz (kHz). The entire public production of electricity lies within the low-frequency range.


To take form and become visible

Membrane Wall

A pliable sheet of tissue that covers or lines, or connects organs or cells of animals.


Literally, beyond the physical realm, beyond that which we can realize or discover with our five senses. Also, a branch of philosophy that studies the “beingness” or inherent nature of reality.


A compound of two or more atoms, the smallest unit of chemical compounds.


The chemical formula for sodium chloride is industrially produced table salt.


Not alive, the opposite of organic. Describes substances that do not derive from organic nature, such as minerals in stones.


In chemistry, the area which studies carbon compounds. In general, that which is alive, pertaining to a living organism.


A flow of electricity changing periodically from a maximum to a minimum; a flow sometimes changing direction.


Transmission of fluids from one cell into another; foundation of metabolism, led by salt concentration within a cell.

Water can penetrate cell membranes and strive to, where the salt concentration is highest, to equalize the body’s salt concentration.


Ozone treatment, e.g., to kill germs in the water. Ozone is a volatile and reactive gas similar to oxygen in its chemical structure; its molecule is made of three oxygen atoms.


Something that will solve all the problems of a particular situation.


Flash heating of sensitive fluids such as mild to kill bacteria. Pasteurized milk keeps longer. The pasteurizing process destroys the biophysical structure of milk.


Natural, re-crystallized mineral mud. Crystal sole peloid is made of micro-mineral mud mixed with crystal sole.


It is a symbol for measuring the degree of alkalinity or acidity of a solution, determined by the concentration or activity of hydrogen ions.

This is often followed by a number, with seven indicating neutrality, zero to six indicating acidity, and eight to fourteen indicating alkalinity.

Primal Ocean

The original/earliest ocean; the origin of life

Principle order

Order that corresponds to the original geometric structure and vibration within our bodies, describing the perfect balance of forces that maintain health.


Belonging to the earliest period or state.


Light particles, a compound of tiny elementary particles, electromagnetic radiation. The measuring unit of photons is light quanta.


A process in which green plants create glucose and starch from sunlight, water, and carbon dioxide, producing food for the plant and emitting oxygen. A necessary process that enables life on Earth.


The opposition between two poles, such as between negatively and positively charged poles or between “good” and “bad,” “yes” and “no.” Polar thinking is thinking in black and white instead of allowing a full spectrum of color.


Biophysical or chemical alteration of raw material. Regarding food, it means that components are removed to preserve them, destroying their holistic structure and energy/information/consciousness content.


Literally means “to vibrate with.” From the perspective of physics, resonance happens when two systems vibrate within the same frequency range. When resonant waves meet, they create order.

In contrast, when two waves vibrating at different frequencies meet, they create chaos or dissonance.

Respiratory System

A system of organs subserving the function of respiration and in air-breathing vertebrates consisting typically of the lungs and their nervous and circulatory supply and the channels by which these are continuous with the outer air.

Rock salt

Original salt that has not yet obtained a crystalline structure. The minerals in the stone salt are too coarse to enter our cells.

Segmentary diagnosis

Measurement of biologically active zones with a constant electric current of positive and negative charge (11uA, 1.24 V), followed by stimulation of these zones with electric impulses between 13 and 30 hertz. Segmentary diagnosis measures the interactions between the organs and their nervous supplies. The results are interpreted through integral and differential diagnosis.


A salt or ester derived from a silicic acid: any of numerous insoluble, often complex metal salts that contain silicon and oxygen in the anion constitute the largest class of minerals.

Sole (So-lay)

Water and salt solution. “Sol” is Latin for “salt” and “sun.”


Of very high quality and causing great admiration.


The intimate living together of two dissimilar organisms in a mutually beneficial relationship.


Not natural, artificial, human-made.



Uric acid

A white odorless and tasteless, nearly insoluble acid that is the chief nitrogenous waste present in the urine, especially of lower vertebrates (as birds and reptiles), is present in small human quantities of urine.

Vibration pattern

The even pattern of electromagnetic waves within a certain period of time is also referred to as frequency.


Generally, the distance from one wave peaks to another. In electricity, the wavelength describes the specific vibration pattern of the current.