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Bioresonance

Scientists have been cataloguing different frequency signatures in extensive databases. By finding resonating pathogenic frequencies, bioresonance machines can identify one’s pathogens and toxins that cause symptoms.

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Resonance is a common phenomenon that can be seen in daily life such as matching the vibrations of a tuning fork and that of a piano string. Simply by placing an input electrode (a metal plate) in direct contact with an individual’s skin, the electrode can collect and send the body’s frequency patterns to the machine, which then separates the received physiological and pathogenic signals.

 

Physiological frequencies are magnified, and pathogenic waves are inverted by programmes set by the therapist. These wave patterns are then sent back to the body through an electromagnetic modulation mat. By cancelling the pathogenic frequencies, it reduces the influence of the stressors on the body and restore the body’s self-healing property. This technology is also seen in daily life. For example, noise-cancelling headsets also make use of this theory to cut down surrounding noise.

In conclusion, Bioresonance therapy works with the body’s own regulatory system. Quantum physics revealed that all substances emit electromagnetic waves in their own frequency patterns. Bioresonance machines can identify and neutralise pathogenic signals, allowing the body to heal itself, while magnifying the weakened physiological signals. As a non-invasive therapy, it is safe for even babies and vulnerable individuals.

It is particularly effective for 

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