Cluster medicine

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The cluster medicine is from the German medical practitioners developed Ulrich Heinz-Jürgen alternative medical procedure . It uses elements of spagyric, which is also alternative medicine . and should help the practitioner in the selection of suitable therapeutic agents.

The medical effectiveness of cluster medicine has not been scientifically proven.


For the cluster medical analysis, different samples of blood , urine and other body fluids are first crystallized. Then a code is formed from the resulting crystallization patterns, which, according to Heinz, represents the entire personality of the respective person.

He claims that in the cells of a man whose entire mental and physical past in a certain encryption is included to let be seen like that. It should also be able to detect future diseases of a person.


Based on this "code", a recipe made from water with plants, metals and body substances is prescribed over a period of six to twelve months according to the rules of spagyric , which is supposed to stimulate the body to heal itself. At the same time, according to claims made by the user, the self-healing powers are activated by sound clusters and individual nutritional suggestions.


According to Heinz, the procedure should be sufficient as the sole measure even in the case of serious illnesses. By dispensing with treatment according to evidence-based medicine, however, there is a risk of massive consequential damage if no reliable diagnosis is made and effective therapy is dispensed with.


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  2. Heinz Clustermedizin® / Heinz Clusteranalyse®, Haigerloch 1999–2000. Lecture by R. Wieltsch in the Vienna Chamber of Pharmacists, April 3, 2000.