Sven Peters, Naturopath
This is not a presentation about the medical efficacy of cannabinoid substances.
I do not feel I would be the right person to speak about this in any case. What I would like to talk to you about instead is their practical use in bioresonance therapy.
It is a known fact that this well-known intoxicating agent is also used effectively in medicine to treat a variety of disorders.
The CTT test set provides us with a diverse range of cannabis types and is regularly used in our practice.
However, I must point out once again that my practice tips are by no means comprehensive, nor are they intended to be seen as the ultima ratio in this area. If we are committed to working with bioresonance therapy we need to move away from our conventional way of thinking about medicine.
There is no one-size-fits-all solution. Each patient requires our full attention and focus and we must be fully committed in everything that we do. By using different test sets we h...