Conservative tumour therapy for the elderly and the importance of central control

Dr. med. Gisela von Braunschweig, Gelnhausen/Haitz

As life expectancy in the industrialised nations is extended, an increasing number of elderly patients are coming to our practices seeking help for complaints resulting from their worn out organs. We try to help them based on our knowledge and ex perience.
With arthrosis, one of the most common disorders associated with old age, we may try alternate weekly IV doses of calcium carbonate D30, Rhustox D30 (poison ivy) and sulphur D30 and observe that this treatment is not as effective as 30 years previously due to the heavy metals deposited in the bones which block any reaction. So the blocks must first be removed with bioresonance.
The same goes for the geriatric heart. Here too the blocks on the corresponding organs (organclock) and those on the heart itself must be released. There will be no improvement otherwise. This applies to all diseases associated with old age.
Care of the kidneys has a ...

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