Natural Health Care Dr. Tom Glew, BSc, ND, Westside Naturopathic Clinic, Vancouver, BC  

THERAPIES - Sanum Therapy


It is a treatment regime, which aims to alter the patient's internal environment so that optimum conditions can prevail leading to the regression of disease microorganisms.


Sanum remedies are based on the work of the German microbiologist, physician and researcher Prof. Dr. Gunther Enderlien. Enderlien was able to show in his studies that as microorganisms in the human body develop through several stages, their effect on the body changes from early apathogenic forms into later pathogenic agents. In his research, he viewed fresh blood under a darkfield microscope. He concluded it was the patient's internal environment that was responsible for the formation of viral, bacterial or fungal diseases and that modifying this milieu was the way to counter most infectious diseases.

Enderlien's great achievement is having systematized the knowledge of the Endobionts (the structures that colonize humans). When the endobionts are of a low valence they are vital to many metabolic processes, particularly to materials transport in and out of cells, and to blood coagulation. If these structures become of a higher valence, as a result of unhealthy milieu changes, they can cause various bacterial diseases -- or if general regulatory processes become blocked -- viral diseases. Enderlien was able to classify the three major developmental cycles, which respectively produce in their culminant stages, the fungus Mucor racemoses fresen, Aspergillus niger, and Penicillium notatum.



The Sanum Company produces three groups of remedies. The first group, which is based directly on the work of Professor Dr. Enderlien, is Isopathic preparations of the elemental symbiotic forms of these microorganisms. When administered to a patient suffering with a disease, they bring about a regression of the disease microorganism.

The second group of remedies is called Polysan, which can be tested for by mixing with a drop of blood and observing for coagulation. This indicates the presence of antibodies left from an illness in the past where the body never completely recovered. Polysan remedies clear these antibodies from the system reestablishing health.

The third group is called Sanukehl preparations or Haptenic therapy. For many diseases, a pathogen's toxins can still be present after the germ itself has been eliminated and this can perpetuate disease. In fact, the toxins left from the microorganism might be the sole disease-causing agent.

To protect themselves from their own toxins, germs produce specific polysccharides designed to bind the pathogen's own toxins. This prevents the toxins from damaging the microorganism. Moreover, viruses, bacteria, plants and animals know how to store and communicate information with the aid of saccharides. The code laid down in this language is thus able to influence a multitude of regulatory processes in the host organism.

With Sanukehl preparations, bacterial toxins released during previous infections and not eliminated from the body due to immune-system deficiencies can be bound by these haptens (polysaccharides) and eliminated from the body.


If you have symptoms or health problems that go back to an infection that you never quite recovered from, then Sanum remedies may be indicated. In other cases, you may not realize that your current health issues are related to an old infection. Through discussion and testing, your doctor may determine that Sanum remedies will effect a healing for you.


Sanum remedies support the body's ability to heal by affecting the body's biological terrain. Polysaccharides from microorganisms are nontoxic to the host organism. For Hatenic therapy with Sanukehls, the extracted polysaccharide extract is homeopathically potentiated as are all the Sanum remedies-- the end result is largely free of proteins and endotoxins. Therefore, allergic and fever reactions are unlikely.


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