What is Bioresonance therapy?
A growing number of people in Europe are using and benefiting from Bioresonance therapy. If you are seriously ill then you need to consult your health professional but in addition there are other pathways to wellness. Whether you are frustrated with conventional medicine or simply want to try alternatives to endless prescription drugs, Bioresonance may hold the key. Thousands of people and animals (as many Vets also use this approach) are benefitting from this non-toxic, more integrated treatment and diagnosis.
With over 17,000 BICOM devices sold worldwide there are now many holistic practitioners who are treating people on a daily basis with conditions such as depression, hay-fever, allergies, digestive and skin problems along with many other conditions.
On a daily basis we are faced with an increasing amount of environmental stressors and pathogens, some of which have become resistant to antibiotics. Mould, parasites, viruses and bacteria are being found to be the cause of many modern day conditions. And yes our pets are also suffering from these infestations. Bioresonance can be considered a form of energy medicine and has been used for over 35 years to successfully eliminate these ‘bugs’ without the use of drugs! Meanwhile, many cancer patients, have used Bioresonance along with conventional treatment, aiding their recovery process.
BICOM Bioresonance therapy is a non-invasive, gentle therapy making it suitable for children and babies and even sensitive patients. Dentists, doctors as well as holistic practitioners are adding a Bioresonance to their clinics. Animals, from cats to horses and cows, can also benefit from the use of BICOM devices. Because it uses ‘biophysics’ -the physics of the body – rather than biochemistry, practitioners may find they can use less medication and herbal remedies.
When should I book a Bioresonance treatment?
Many conditions benefit from this treatment in particular:
Parasites, mould, bacteria and viruses
Lyme and other chronic diseases
Cost of single treatments:
Initial consultation: 90 mins € 90
Follow up 60 mins €60
Cost of joint Bioresonance and CoRe treatments: (for those available to travel to Arnhem, Netherlands).
CoRe Analysis, Report, Treatment and Bioresonance combined Initial consultation: 2 hours €150
Follow up CoRe Analysis, Report, Treatment and Bioresonance: 90mins €120
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How does it work?
Treatment on a Bioresonance machine works to assist the body in reducing toxin or stress loads and so helps to restore homeostasis, allowing the body to heal itself. In a world surrounded by computers, Wi-Fi, radiation and all kinds of electro-smog, it is fast becoming a popular choice to treat these multiple, invisible environmental stress factors that may be contributing to a person’s illness.
Many people now complain of undiagnosed aches and pains, fatigue, digestive problems, food intolerances, asthma, skin problems, multiple allergies or just a general feeling of “not being quite right”.
These days, we live very un-natural lives. Where one we walked to work, eat fresh organic foods, had clean water from a well, went to bed early and so on. Now we live in a world saturated with toxic chemicals in the air, our homes, water and food, gradually it all adds up and our bodies no longer function at optimum levels. As the years pass we simply become more heavily loaded with toxins. Add to this we have emotional and psychological stress, worry about family, finances and work. Eventually the body says ‘enough – listen to me’. We get sick and suddenly realise we need to make changes and heal ourselves.
In FAB Health – Understanding why we become ill so we can get better, you will learn how and why these kinds of treatments work so effectively. We are part of a hidden quantum based universe, filled with photons, electrons all combining and condensing in perfect frequency to form bodies. All cells, organelles – all things – contain energy and information. All matter has both particle and wave properties, including toxins, bugs, cells, organs and so on. Bioresonance works with these frequencies/specific wavelengths to bring back balance and harmony.
Very often this therapy meets the ever increasing need for conscious adults and their children to find natural health care alternatives. More and more people do not want to simply pop a pill when they feel unwell. They want to find the cause of their symptoms and when this is treated, allow the body to recover naturally.
Frequency Medicine is very effective
The BICOM device uses frequency patterns taken either from the body in the original biofeedback mode or from substances that are stressing the body. When from the body, it either uses electrodes making skin contact or magnetic electrodes to collect information from deeper inside the body or from on top of light clothing. The BICOM separates these waves into harmonious (healthy) and disharmonious (unhealthy) components. The healthy waves can be boosted and sent back to the body to strengthen normal functions, while the unhealthy waves are ‘inverted’ or turned upside down by an electronic mirror circuit before returning them to reduce their negative effect on the body. What actually happens is more complicated but the ‘inverted’ wave cancels the harmful wave that was stressing the body’s energetic system. You can see this effect at the beach where a wave reflected from a rock flattens the next incoming wave. The same electronic principle is used in noise-cancelling headphones for use on aircraft.
A typical 60 minute treatment session will combine several therapy programs, some using information from the body and some from substances. The altered information is played back into the body through a large electromagnetic mat that covers the patient’s spine. During treatment, the body is ‘stimulated’ when it resonates with the healing frequency from the BICOM.
Example 1: Let’s say there are symptoms like a runny nose and a cough. Body secretions (saliva, mucous etc) can be used as the ‘input’ information along with an electrode at the throat. These secretions have both healthy and unhealthy aspects. The BICOM picks up the energetic information from this, and then internal filters separate the ‘healthy’ frequencies from the ‘unhealthy’ frequencies, amplifying the healthy energy and calming down or cancelling out the ‘unhealthy’ frequency.
Example 2: Toxins have no healthy aspect. Let’s say a mercury stress has been detected. A homeopathic vial containing the mercury information is used as the input. The mercury frequency pattern is run through the ‘mirror-circuit’ which inverts it. It literally mirrors the image of the frequency pattern and the mirrored frequency is fed back into the body to weaken or cancel the mercury information.
Are there any side effects?
In the vast majority of cases Bioresonance therapy (BRT) is very well tolerated. It has been applied to a wide range of people, from babies to mature adults, for over 25 years. The manufacturer Regumed has risk management procedures in place to ensure patient safety and no serious side-effects have been reported. For those who require detoxification, treatment can sometimes lead to reactions for a short period of time, such as headache, slight nausea or tiredness. Some people feel tired for 24 hours after the treatment. These effects can be reduced by drinking plenty of clean, preferably filtered, or low mineral content water to help flush out the toxins.
Any of the above after effects are actually seen as good signs in naturopathy, even if they are a little uncomfortable, as it is evidence of a healing process. Although it may feel like nothing is happening during a treatment things are happening on the inside and these signs are an indicator that the body is using the information received from the BICOM.
How Bioresonance Therapy Was Developed
Bioresonance therapy has its roots in the 1970s with Dr Franz Morell, a German medical doctor who used homeopathy in his practice. Homeopathy is believed to be an ‘information therapy’ as it is based on the fundamental concept that water has a memory. As such, homeopathic remedies use information from substances diluted many, many times in water, with the memory of the original substance being retained in that water. Morell wondered if it might be possible to develop a kind of ‘electronic homeopathy’ by using electromagnetic signals taken from a patient’s body. After all, our bodies are 70% water and so ‘information’ should be stored there if the water memory theory was correct. Morell began working with his electronics engineer son-in-law, Erich Rasche on developing such a therapy device. Together with bio-physicist Dr Ludger Mersmann, in 1977 they developed a filter to separate ‘unhealthy’ and ‘healthy’ electromagnetic signals coming from the body. This led to a biofeedback therapy device called the MORA using electrodes on the skin. These picked up energetic information, modified it and fed it back to the patient to strengthen the ‘healthy’ energies in the body and help weaken and eliminate the ‘unhealthy’ or ‘disease’ energies.
This early bioresonance device required tedious, manual setting up and Hans Brügemann, a colleague of Morell, saw the advantage of using a built-in computer to automate operation and make it easier to use. In 1987 he set up his own company (now Regumed GmbH) to make such a device. He called his device the BICOM and coined the term “bioresonance therapy” for the technique. Since then, Regumed has made continuous technical improvements to the BICOM, some of which have involved collaborating with biophysics researchers including Prof Cyril Smith (UK) and Prof Fritz Albert Popp (Germany).
Today, there are over 8000 BICOM devices in Germany, (17,000 worldwide in 80 countries) used by both medical practitioners in private practice and by complementary therapists. Bioresonance therapy is widely used in other German-speaking countries such as Austria and Switzerland and also in the Netherlands and the UK. It is starting to become more well-known outside Europe, especially in China, where BICOM devices are used in hospitals, primarily children’s hospitals. In other countries, including Australia, bioresonance is seen as a complementary therapy.
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