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The remember regeneration therapy method: An overview of new therapy protocol to approach diseases

Mustafa Yasar.

Abstract
Epigenetic mechanisms, which cannot be explained by genotypic changes, but reveal the phenotype formation differences of genes, take part in the whole cellular process throughout our life. Recent advances in today’s rapidly evolving technology have shown that erroneous epigenetic regulations can contribute to serious biological consequences and diseases in human. Human is the smallest model of the universe with its memory, which is processed into DNA codes within the cell, which is the smallest building block. All the phenomena we see as causal relationships in the human body are a reflection of “balance and harmony” relationship. We can see the intersection point of the quadruplet body (human body, energy body, electrical body, and energy channels) as a homeostatic system that produces continuous “balance and harmony” for the coordination of the inheritance DNA. As known, therapeutic approaches that are called as holistic or complementary medicine mainly target to the causes underlying basis of the diseases by using natural therapeutic agents and methods. Thus, it is primarily aimed to protect physiological mechanisms of the body. Also, such therapeutic methods allow medicine to avoid possible side effects of the modern therapeutic approaches. Probably, these are benefits of holistic or complementary medicine methods. On the other hand, many complementary and alternate medicine methods are commonly available, reasonable, and regularly used in many countries. And, these therapies are maintained by practical evidence on protection and efficacy. A growing amount of scientific clinical studies nowadays maintain the usage of definite these therapies. The Remember Regeneration Therapy Method (RTM) is a holistic medicine that describes the anatomical and physiological aspects of physiopathological changes in quadruplet body structures (QBSs), which is unique treatment system where phytotherapy is at its center and integrated with traditional and complementary applications. In the RTM model, diseases are seen as the reflection of epigenetic changes in the phenotype resulting from the gene-environment mismatch. The treatment strategy is based on the recovery of health by essentially improving the deteriorating structures. Considering that many of the epigenetic changes that cause disease can potentially be reversed, it has been clinically observed that epigenetic changes and irregularities improved when appropriate treatment protocols were applied, as in the RTM model. In conclusion, the main aim of this review is to introduce a new model of diagnosis and treatment to medical literature and to demonstrate the efficacy of RTM, which has been characterized by clinical experience (nearly 130,000 individuals suffering from several disorders) over a long period (approximately 25 years) and the reviewing of previous scientific knowledge.

Key words: epigenetics, phytotherapy, traditional and complementary applications, remember regeneration therapy method


 
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