In the 1930’s, philosopher, scientist and linguist Alfred Korzybski said, “The map is not the territory.” What we perceive is not what is. It is simply our perception. In other words, our opinion about life is distinct from existence / being itself.
In July of 2006, I published Part I entitled: “Bio-Terrain, Evolutionary Biology, and the Practice of Medicine in the Early 1900’s: An Intro to René Quinton’s Marine plasma”, where I introduced Quinton Marine Plasma as a fundamental tool in restoring biological terrain.
In Part II, Raul Brugioni and I will explore the role the oceans and more specifically marine plasma plays in supporting and evolving life on our planet. In addition, we will define how Quinton Marine Plasma restores biological terrain and provide clinical distinctions to better understand how and when to apply Quinton.
Bio-Terrain, Evolutionary Biology, and the Practice of Medicine in the Early 1900’s: An Intro to René Quinton’s Marine Plasma
Holistic clinicians schooled in the fundamentals of Biological Terrain Theory recognize the clinical challenges of restoring balance to the milieu intérieur. If you’re like me, you have always looked long and hard for something to re-establish that perfect internal balance so essential to optimal health. In 1897, René Quinton discovered, harvested, and purified a unique marine plasma capable of doing just that. It’s been in clinical use throughout Europe for over 100 years, yet until now this vast compendium of research remained untranslated, and therefore virtually unknown to the English-speaking world.