Homaccord® and Injeel® are trademarked terms, unique to Heel. Many of the anti-homotoxic medicines are combination formulas which contain several single homeopathic elements in different potencies.
The inclusion of several potencies in one preparation gives the medicine a greater spectrum of action and greater safety. The combination of homeopathic substances and, particularly, the combination of potency chords is distinctive of homotoxicology and differentiates it from classical homeopathy
When several potency chords are together in the same remedy, it allows for a greater absorption of the remedy and for subdued reactivity.
It is not that reactivity is shrouded, not at all, in fact, the reactivity of the compound is very high, but because of the different dilutions, this great reactivity is spread throughout the target system or organ. The composite preparation acts like a blanket covering a broad area rather than like a powerful bullet with a narrow projectile field.
In general, homotoxicology offers potent solutions that work gently to engage healing modalities which can be manipulated through the refined use of Composites, Homaccords, and Injeels.
Using combination potency chords relieves the practitioner from needing to know every classical homeopathic dilution and its drug picture, facilitating protocols and the possibilities of integral medicine.
A Homaccord usually contains several homeopathic ingredients (2-4) present in different potency chords. Usually a low, medium, and high potency is included as this gives the broadest range of properties with the least likelihood of aggravation of symptoms, a phenomenon that is occasionally found with classical homeopathy and single homeopathic remedies.
An Injeel is closer to classical homeopathy in that it contains a single substance but in different potency chords. Combining several dilutions of the same single remedy increases the safety and the therapeutic potential of the remedy by giving it a broader range of properties acting on the same system.
For example, Nux vomica acts on the digestive tract, specifically from the liver to the intestine.
Let’s use NUX VOMICA as an example, since it exists as a Homaccord and as an Injeel.
Nux vomica-Homaccord contains Nux vomica 2X, Nux vomica 10X, Nux vomica 15X, Nux vomica 30X, Nux vomica 200X, Nux vomica 1000X, Bryonia 2X, Bryonia 6X, Bryonia 10X, Bryonia 15X, Bryonia 30X.
As a rule of thumb, the Homaccord is considered as a composite, targeting a large spectrum. It treats the organ and its respective system and the toxins associated with the condition of this organ or system.
Nux vomica is associated with liver/kidney conditions, extending to the intestines (especially the large intestine). Nux vomica-Homaccord is an all-purpose formula for any condition associated with these areas. For example, it could be included in a protocol or used on its own for constipation.
Nux vomica-Injeel contains only Nux vomica but in four potencies: 12X, 30X, 200X, and 1000X. Nux vomica on its own targets the function of the liver as it relates to the digestive process. The different potency levels of this single preparation target the function of the liver at different levels, i.e., bile production, digestion, enzyme production, detoxification. A liver impaired because of iatrogenic toxicity is an example of when this Injeel should be included in a protocol.
In general, the Injeel is a good choice for an acute, functional condition, and for impairment or degeneration of the organ, whereas the Homaccord is the better choice when the target is not so precise and when other organs or systems come into play.
- • Homaccords are available in drop or ampoule form. In the ampoule form, the potency levels are generally 2 to 3 times higher than in the drops.
- • Injeels Forte are useful for acute conditions and Injeels are recommended for chronic conditions.
- • Homaccords are more useful for chronic conditions.
- • The Homaccord has a broad range of properties and targets compared to the Injeel which narrows the target.