BICOM therapy for Endometriosis

Endometriosis is a common, benign, and often painful chronic disease suffered by women, in
which the lining of the uterus takes place outside the uterine cavity (ectopic). Like the
normal endometrium, the ectopic endometrium also changes during the menstrual cycle.
Symptoms are dysmenorrhoea, abdominal and back pain. For treatment with the
bioresonance method, one can assume both a disturbance of the hormone balance and a
general and/or local toxic stress of the uterine mucosa or the endocrine system. In the case
of existing surgical interventions, there is also often scarring in these areas, as well as
possible exposure to allopathic medication.

The exact therapeutic approach cannot be generalised, and should always be adapted to the
individual patient. The following starting points are however useful when using the BICOM
method. All can be tested and then if necessary treated:

1. Stress of the mucous membranes due to toxins, medicines, own toxins, etc.

2. Tissue weakness or blockages due to surgical interventions/scars.

3. Stress of the hormone balance due to environmental toxins

4. Deficiency of vitamins/enzymes and trace elements

5. Strain of the immune system or insufficient detoxification by liver and kidneys

6. Metabolic disorders due to an allergic reaction

7. Vegetative dysfunction

The following programmes are recommended in the treatment of endometriosis and should
ideally be tested out individually:

– Hormonal regulation and hormonal disorders: 980.2/981.1/3420.0*/3050.0/10070
– Stimulate the release of hormones: 851.0
– Dyspituitarism: 916.1
– Mesenchyme therapy: 433.1
– Triple warmer (Hormone meridian): 270.1/271.1/3360.0*/3361.0*
– Iodine point (thyroid gland): 311.4
– Autonomic nervous system disorder: 960.4
– Menstruation problems: 10104 (3069.0/710.2)
– Problems in lower abdomen/inflammation: 3112.0/3037.0
– Toxin elimination: 970.5/3036.0

* only in newest BICOM Optima device (Models B32, B34 and BM34)
Please note that a maximum of 6 individual programmes should be used in a therapy session
in addition to the basic therapy.

The following substance complexes are available for the use of the 2nd channel:

– Substance complex “Endometriosis” from the category “Gynaecology”.
For endometriosis therapy, a BICOM chip can also be placed under the navel. Placement is
suitable here both holistically and locally in relation to the complaint.

We wish you much success in implementing our tips!

Nutrient point therapy for susceptibility to infections and colds

We recommend the following tried and tested programme settings to increase the
resistance to infections:

1. Basic therapy
2. Possibly treatment of the elimination organs and therapy blockages
3. Program sequence 10005 “Resistance, increase the powers of” possibly also 3003.0
und 570.1 (for stabilizing the immune system) + substance complex “Increase the
powers of resistance”

For treating a cold, we also recommend the following programme settings:

1. Basic therapy
2. 3053.0 PAUSE 421.1, 500.4 (applicator settings according to display) + substance
complex “TCM cold” (in BICOM optima B32, B34 or BM34)

An additional therapy option is the balancing of prominent nutrient points. Nutrient point
therapy points goes back to the teachings of naturopath Sissi Karz and enables the balancing
of the surface projection zones of the skin in relation to nutrient utilization. By regulating
these points, nutrient absorption and utilization is optimised. The points can be painful to
pressure or characterised by a numb feeling. Ideally, the points are tested kinesiologically or
with the use of a biotensor.

Kinesiology: The point is localized and a kinesiological muscle test is carried out. If the
muscle is weak, then there is a need for therapy.

Biotensor: The tensor is connected to the gold finger. With this the point is localised. The
tensor is held in the patient’s field and a separating movement of the tensor indicates that
the point should be treated.

Common points to test for susceptibility to infections and colds are:

  • Vitamin C point 13.0 – middle lower edge of left clavicle
    Program 360.3
  • Vitamin B12 point – left costal arch, four QF below tip of sternum
    Program 826.0
  • Riboflavin point – Lower inner angle between clavicle and sternum
    Program 801.1
  • Copper point – Midway between navel and left lateral upper edge of ilium
    Program 230.3
  • Zinc point – centrally between the navel and the right, lateral upper edge of the ilium
    Program 600.2

 

Therapy is carried out via the BICOM device and the indicated programmes. The nutrient
point is used as the input via the knob applicator or adhesive applicator. The output is the
modulation mat.

A suitable nutrient ampule can be added to the input cup of channel 2.

We wish you much success in implementing our tips!

Tick head removal tool

Tick bites in Humans

Anyone can be affected by a tick bite. However, people who spend a lot of time outdoors in
summer or in tall grass, are particularly at risk. Tick bites are quite common but are also
something to not underestimate, as ticks can transmit diseases through their bites.

Step 1:
Basic therapy according to energetic state

Step 2:
Program 970.5 Toxin elimination

Step 3:
Program 999 and/or 998
– Input cup: Tick or Tick ampule (from the CTT test kit)
– Output cup: BICOM Trace Elements or BICOM Oil
– Chip device: Bicom Chip
– Input: vacant
– Output: Modulation mat on the back and ball applicators in both hands (red cable).
Channel 2: Sulfur D30, Ledum D200, Apis meli D6

Taking BICOM Trace Elements: 1 x daily 3-5 drops

 

helping with exam stress

BICOM® therapy for school and exam stress

Every child and adolescent reacts individually to stress. Symptoms can be physical and/or psychological. The most common physical stress symptoms include:

  • Headache
  • Stomach ache
  • Nausea
  • Diarrhoea
  • Sleep disturbances
  • Eating disorders (loss of appetite or overeating)

The most common psychological stress symptoms include:

  • Anxiety
  • Nervousness
  • Irritability
  • Aggressiveness
  • Dejection

These symptoms are often accompanied by a conspicuousness in behaviour. The child or adolescent withdraws from his or her social environment, displays reduced self-confidence, sleeps poorly, has nightmares, and then his or her school performance deteriorates due to concentration and attention disorders.

In this case, we can support both the students and the parents with the BICOM® bioresonance method.

The treatment is more effective after possible therapeutic blockages have been removed and the elimination organs have been stabilized.

Therapy (create own sequence with the following programs):

  • Clear deep blockages (3017.0)
  • Shock treatment, acute (3093.0)
  • Shock therapy (241.4)
  • Harmonize, compensate excess therapy (127.1)

Input cup: Saliva / blood

Output cup: BICOM® Chip / BICOM® Trace Elements

Input: Flexible applicators on the forehead and thymus

Output: Modulation mat on the back and if necessary ball applicators connected by red cables in both hands

Channel 2: Substance complex: Neurology / Stress

Yellow cup: Ampule “External Influences” from the CTT Test Kits Parasites / Environmental stresses or Psychosomatic, CTT Test Kit Ampules Bach Flowers.

For support during exam preparation, there are also the programs for activating the right (571.0, 125.2) and left hemispheres of the brain (572.0) as well as the stress program 3084.0.

Possible selection of Bach flowers, please test:

  • Star of Bethlehem: for states of shock, mental, or physical, comforts and helps at the same time, activates the self-healing powers of the body.
  • Elm: transforms weak moments into strong ones, generally against exam stress.
  • Larch: gives confidence in one’s own abilities.
  • Mimulus: helps against fear of failure.
  • Gentian: helps against negative expectations.
  • Honeysuckle: helps to let go of negative expectations.
  • Rock Water: in cases of too much ambition, perfectionism.
  • Impatiens: for more patience and to achieve inner peace.

We wish you much success in implementing our tips!

The Large Intestine Meridian

1. Flooding of the meridian

Recommended for shoulder pain, toothache in the lower jaw, trigeminal neuralgia, facial headache, facial nerve paralysis, paralysis of the upper body, bronchial asthma, gastritis, Crohn’s disease, duodenal and ventricular ulcers, eczema, atopic dermatitis, febrile illness, constipation, rhinitis or sinusitis.

In flooding the meridian, the start and end points of the meridian can be stimulated. If the meridian is blocked due to scars, tattoos, piercings etc., symptomatic complaints can arise.

 

Large intestines meridian: Connect the start and end points of the meridian through use of the gold finger, knob applicator and/or depth probe.

Create a program sequence with the following programs:

  1. Clear deep blockages (Nr. 3017.0)
  2. Large intestines meridian acute (Nr. 220.1)
  3. Large intestines meridian chronic (Nr. 221.1)

Applicator connected with black input cable for stimulating Di 1
Applicator connected with red output cable for stimulating Di 20

Di 1 = thumb side of the index finger
Di 20 = side notch of the nose (nasolabial groove).

Swap input and output and start the programs again.

 

2. Treatment of the individual points of the large intestines meridian

Instead of flooding the meridian, the individual points can also be dealt with directly:

Di 1

  • Location: on the thumb side of the index finger, 2.5 mm sideways of the nail base
  • Recommended: diarrhoea, angina

 

Di 4

  • Location: in the middle of the second metacarpal bone, halfway between the bones of the thumb and index finger
  • Recommended: diarrhoea, toothache, rash, general feeling of well-being, headache in the forehead area.

 

Di 5

  • Location: on the wrist in the hollow between the two thumb tendons
  • Recommended: wrist pain

 

Di 10

  • Location: approx. 2 finger width distal from Di 11
  • Recommended: aching legs, pain and fatigue of the arms, general well-being

 

Di 11

  • Location: end of the fold in the bent elbow
  • Recommended: arm problems

 

Di 15

  • Location: in the depression on the outside of the shoulder below the protrusion of the clavicle
  • Recommended: shoulder joint pain

 

Di 16

  • Location: in the depression between lateral end of clavicle and scapula
  • Recommended: shoulder pain

 

Di 20

  • Location: in the small notches on the sides of the nose, just outside the widest point of the nostrils
  • Recommended: Nasal congestion, rhinitis

 

We wish you much success in implementing our tips!

Addressing psychological health challenges

Andrew Craft, Non‐medical practitioner, Kempsey, Australia
Introduction
Hello, my name is Andrew Craft, and I am a Non‐Medical practitioner working in Kempsey, Australia. Thank you to Regumed for inviting me to present at this year’s international congress, and thank you for taking the time to listen to my presentation today.

According to WHO statistics approximately 1 in 4 people will suffer from a mental health condition at some point in their life.

With mental health becoming such a significant part of clinical work I’m sure many of you have also asked yourselves how can we, as BICOM® method practitioners, offer help and support to clients who are facing these challenges?

This can be quite a complicated task. Particularly while also being careful not to overstep the bounds of our therapy. What I would like to share with you all today is the technique I use in my clinic. I’ve found this technique to be an effective way of supporting clients who are dealing with psychological h...

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Application of meridian therapy in practice

Jana Maškova (Ing. Bc.), BICOM Therapist, Czech Republic
Acupuncture pathways, or meridians, are the connections of acupuncture points in the body. They originate in Chinese medicine. Despite their existence, they have not been recognised by conventional medicine. Although it is evident that these energy pathways work, science has not gone so far as to prove it.
These biologically active points exhibit different properties than the rest of the surface of the skin, which is why they can be proven by electro‐detection devices as well as through thermovision (see figure).

Figure 1
The basis of Chinese medicine is called the pentagram. You can read a lot in it (see figure 2).

Mother/son rule
The son is the element that follows clockwise after his mother. The mother always supports her son (tonifying). This means if any element shows imbalance, you also have to look at the mother to check if she is all right. If not, then the mother also needs to be treated. The reverse directio...

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The impact of heavy metals – aluminium on the blood test

Zdravka Svetličić, dr. med. vet., Homeopath, Bioresonance therapist, Zagreb, Croatia
Introduction:

We are surrounded by aluminium and the increasing number of experts believe that too much of it enters and stays in our bodies. The consequences are by no means harmless.

The fact is that we ingest it in excessive amounts, most often unknowingly, partly through food, partly through the skin or by inhaling it. The health hazard was confirmed by the report submitted by EFSA (European Food Safety Authority) to the European Commission.

The book "When Aluminium poisons us", by Virginie Belle, talks about the problem of excessive intake of aluminium. This book caused the commotion a few years ago in France, but also in other EU countries. It is a book that deals with the toxicity and harmfulness of Aluminium, a most abundant metal on our planet.

Where can you find aluminium?

While fifty years ago we ingested minimal amounts of aluminium from vegetables and maybe some f...

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Practical approach to handling infections

Cassandra Mougiakou, MD, specialist in Internal Medicine, Athens, Greece

Infection is the state when germs like bacteria, viruses, fungi and parasites invade and grow by multiplying in the body.

Infections by prions (e.g. Creutzfeldt‐Jakob disease), which are a type of protein that can trigger normal proteins in the brain to fold abnormally, will not be discussed here.

An infection can begin anywhere in the body and may spread through it. Disease can develop when the cells in the body get damaged as a result of the infection, leading to the appearance of symptoms of an illness.

It’s also possible to have an asymptomatic infection. Some examples of infections that don’t always cause symptoms include HPV, gonorrhea, and Chlamydia.
Types of infection acc. to their duration
Acute infections are the ones that, after their onset, they progress quite rapidly and are over after days or within 4 weeks.

Subacute infections last between 1 to 3 months.
Chronic infections can last for week...

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Enhanced diagnostic possibilities and causal therapy approaches on the way to psycho‐energetic balance

Silvie Kimmerle, Naturopath, Germany
Influences from many approaches to treatment were taken into account in the development of these two test sets, so that not only pure BICOM® therapeutics can be found here. This was particularly important to us during the development, especially in view of the new foundation of the AKI (Akademie für Komplementär‐ und Informationsmedizin – Academy for Complementary and Informational Medicine).
The following influences were integrated into the development of the test sets:

Chinese energetics
Psychological kinesiology
Systemic treatment approaches
Bach flower therapy
Gemstone therapy
Homeopathy
Chakra therapy, amongst others

This was necessary in order to achieve the most holistic approach possible and to be able to really diagnose and treat the causes.
It is certainly undisputed that emotions have a strong influence on our organism.
We see patients who have fabulous lab results, no imaging abnormalities, and yet report feeling ill. They complai...

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