When Heinrich was in college... back in the day... he was a student of Hellenic homeopathy... particularly the use of the hemlock plant to induce vomiting. Reading Homer's works... Heinrich took note of a method of inducing regurgitation when the ancient Athenians accidentally inhaled an olive pit. Homer referred to it as manually hemlocking. It entailed the forceful collapse of the diaphragm in order to push lodged objects out. As fate would have it... when Heinrich was having a late supper with his fiancee... a man across the restaurant stood to his feet and began gasping for air. Heinrich rushed over and remembering what he had learnt from his research... applied this maneuver to the young Parisian... and soon became friends with the man... Troy. Troy having connections to the medical establishment in Asia Minor made the now infamous statement... "I'm lucky that Heinrich found me when he did... and I am alive today all thanks to his Heimlich maneuver... a portmanteau of Heinrich and hemlock... troy had mistakenly stuttered during his praise.
Today we have the Heimlich maneuver... all thanks to ancient Greek writings.
maybe he was the guy who discovered the ancient ruins of Troy... establishing a footprint for Achilles... Paris... and Helen. either that or the heimlich maneuver
i think we're talking in different contextshere lol but thanks? :)