Bioresonance therapy as an invaluable tool in a successful practice

Dr med Gisela von Braunschweig, medical practitioner, Gelnhausen/Haitz

1 BIORESONANCE THERAPY FOR THE REMOVAL OF BLOCKAGES AND OF TOXINS
Whatever kind of practice one has, it remains a problem that all medication which was used with success in the past suddenly no longer works. The mesenchyme of patients is increasingly blocked. In the past ten years, the frequency and intensity of blockages has increased greatly. During the first twenty years of my practice I saw about 6 patients in total whose regulatory systems were all totally blocked. Today this happens to almost every patient. The brain seems to be the most protected organ, and the brain barrier seems to be able to hold off environmental toxins for a long time. One the other hand I have seen children who seem to be born with mercury poisoning. In these children amalgam could be measured even in early childhood in the central nervous system vessel. A homeopathic remedy, and I believe even traditional medicine, can have no effect...

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Specific environmental toxins in relation to the syndromes asthma, Parkinson’s and diabetes

Alan E. Baklayan, Naturopath, Munich
Dear colleagues,
Once I succeeded in getting T-lymphocytes, both CD 8 and CD 14 T-lymphocytes, into ampoules as starting material, various opportunities presented themselves. The first was to test the activity of T-lymphocytes or the lack of activity of lymphocytes and the progress of this activity using BICOM’s amplification technology. The second possibility was to test specifically which immune blockages impede T-lymphocytes, which also play a signify-cant role in the cancerous process, and to treat them.

I actually managed to isolate a few environmental toxins which evidently play a crucial role. These are bleaching agents in particular. This means any bleach and also the agents used in drinking water and in sewage treatment plants to disinfect water. The second is benzene and benzopyrene, in other words benzene derivatives. The third contaminant is ball bearing grease, only slight traces of which admittedly come into households via mains water...

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Environmental stresses: the body’s toxin warning

Dr. med. Petra Maack-Wantzen, doctor, Ingelheim, Germany
Introduction
The term “Health” in the broadest sense refers to the proper functioning of all regulatory circuits and mechanisms in harmony with body, mind and soul.

We are constantly exposed to environmental factors that often place considerable stress on the body’s regulatory mechanisms.
Systematic therapeutic approach
In Sissi Karz’s systematic approach to therapy, the regulation of these disruptive environmental influences is part and parcel of “initial treatment”. “Second treatment” can only come into play when the body is capable of functioning properly – (body’s information channels) followed by “third treatment” (metabolism and nutrient points).

Several “initial treatment” sessions may be needed before the body learns to cope with these disruptive external influences.

The detoxification organs are affected more than others. Support for the liver and kidneys, intestine, skin and lymph system leading to detoxifi...

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