Efficient mycosis therapy using the Bicom Optima

Dr. rer. nat. Angelika Buff, Naturopath, Moers, Germany 

Candida mycoses play an important part in naturopathic practice1, whether as a therapy block or even as the cause of a whole series of symptoms. If the change in diet necessary for candida therapy takes too long however, patient compliance usually falls rapidly. For this reason I have developed a candida therapy, which reproducibly removes the candida mycosis within therapy sessions over three weeks. This therefore means for the patient a maximum of 17 days for the dietary change.
In the second part of the presentation I would like to introduce some case examples, which also show how the BICOM® Optima could be used in practice.

Candida therapy
Over the last 3 years, 439 patients have been treated in my practice using the candida therapy presented here.
In 31 patients a recurrence was detected whereby in most cases reasons for the recurrence could be found (see Figs. 1 and 2, detailing statistics correct at ...

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Treating chronic inflammatory bowel diseases with BICOM® and BICOMmultisoft® Pilot software

Norbert Lindner, Naturopath, Berlin / Zeuthen, Germany
To begin with I would like to give you a brief overview of chronic inflammatory bowel diseases, IBD for short and even more so to give you a demonstration of a simple combined treatment using Multisoft software.
What are chronic inflammatory bowel diseases, the IBDs? Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis.
The first symptoms of inflammation of the bowel could be:
• Flatulence • Bloody stools with diarrhoea • Feeling of exhaustion • Stomach pains
Other symptoms include:
• Constipation • Anaemia • Weight loss • Skin rashes • Nausea
Many patients in your practice will certainly come to mind when you read these symptoms. This does not always mean we are dealing with IBD. However today we are working on the basis of more than 300,000 sufferers. Particular attention should be given if the first symptoms come as sudden attacks. This suggests a diagnosis of chronic inflammatory bowel disease.
Clinical pictures
Crohn’s ...

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