How does Bicom Bioresonance work?
This therapy involves collecting the frequency patterns from the patient’s body or from harmful substances being with an input electrode and fed into the Bicom device through a cable. Depending upon the patient’s symptoms and the therapy program selected, these frequency patterns are modulated to create therapy frequency patterns which are then applied to the patient via the output electrode. The Bicom allows stresses to be tested very quickly and painlessly at the biophysical level. In many cases it’s possible to discover which stresses may cause health problems in the patient (e.g bacteria, viruses, electronic, smog, dental materials and allergens).
What’s the science behind Bioresonance?
Discoveries made in quantum physics have revealed that all particles of matter share the characteristics of both waves and particles. This means that all substances (viruses, bacteria, pollen, toxins) emit electromagnetic waves that have specific wavelength or frequency, which is known as a frequency pattern.
The body can only function due to regular communication between the cells. Research into biophotons is based on the assumption that cells communicate with one another by means of ”flashes of light” (photon radiation) exchanging information over certain frequencies. This information exchange functions unhindered in healthy bodies.
However, if undesirable substances such as toxins, viruses, bacteria or harmful radiation act on the body, these may impede communication between the cells and this may manifest itself fairly rapidly in the form of vague ill health, poor performance, chronic fatigue and later form organic changes. Symptoms frequently occur at the point where there was already deficiency- often also hereditary.
The body’s extracellular fluid is not only the cells’ culture medium it also serves as a ”waste site” for harmful substances if the eliminating organs such as the liver, gallbladder, kidneys, intestines are overloaded. Water can also store information from harmful substances, however, this area is not easily accessible to laboratory procedures.