Bioresonance therapy

A means of changing the frequency of electromagnetic waves produced by the human body.

The patient's biophysical frequencies are measured via an electrode attached to a special machine, which alters these frequencies and feeds them back into the body via a second electrode. The idea is to identify the frequencies that are causing illness, and to eliminate them by generating frequencies that are their exact opposite (inverse frequencies). The bioresonance device can be used for both therapy and diagnosis.


To support self-healing and to test for allergies