Angelika Prigge-Jugsch, Naturopath
Welcome ladies and gentlemen, colleagues,
My topic for today is new insights and success stories using the BBC (BICOM Body Check).
I am delighted to talk to you here in Fulda again today.
I would like to relate to you how I have been able to achieve even greater success by deploying the BBC device in my practice.
Thanks to my bioresonance devices, which I secretly refer to as my babies, I have been able to successfully treat a large number of patients. Every day presents a new challenge because every patient and every disorder is different.
The best reward is seeing the smile on a patient’s face when they leave the practice healthy.
I always thought that I could achieve a great deal through my treatments, but when I first learned how to use the BBC device back in the summer of 2016 it truly inspired and intrigued me, because here we had a device that could provide us with diagnostics that were even more targeted. After all, making the correct diagnosis is half-way to providing effective treatment.
I am enormously lucky that my daughter is also very inquisitive and wholeheartedly threw herself into working with our BBC device. At the start I was making the process much harder than it needed to be, dissecting every individual image trying to uncover the most serious disorders. That was until my daughter intervened and told me where we needed to focus our efforts.
By concentrating on the pathology, microorganisms, tissue frequencies, homeopathy and hormones, everything became so much simpler and clearer. She prints off all the information as a detailed patient overview and I can then focus on the treatment stages.
I would now like to share with you some patient case studies from our practice.
Case 1. 48-year-old male, headaches, impatient, quick-tempered for a number of years
Neurologist, ENT specialist, dentist, ophthalmologist — all tests proved negative. The patient was repeatedly told: “You have too much stress in your life.” We used this patient as a guinea pig for our first scan. So what did we find? Borna disease viruses were detected in the right cerebral hemisphere. Our first question was – how had he come into contact with Borna virus? These are frequently transmitted through lamb meat and meat which has not been cooked thoroughly. Viruses can also have an effect on overall wellbeing. Our patient is from Southern Europe and grew up eating lamb. We looked for a suitable homeopathic remedy and treated him according to the BBC device recommendation, repeating treatments once a week for a period of 4 weeks.
Detoxification PS: 10046
Elimination of Borna disease viruses Build up intestinal flora
Stabilisation of the immune system
After the first treatment he no longer had any headaches. After 4 weeks he was unrecognisable even to his own family: all of a sudden he seemed more even-tempered, no longer flying off the handle at the slightest thing. He was much more patient and had what I can only describe as a new zest for life. He has remained this way ever since the therapy in August 2016.
Case 2: 50-year-old female patient experiencing abnormal cervical smear results from the age of 18
Her gynaecologist advised that it was important to check that there was no malignancy, as this was an early indicator of cancer. She was told to have regular check-ups and, if she was lucky, the disorder would not develop further.
In January we carried out a BBC scan and found the following – inflammation of the fallopian tubes and ovaries, inflammation of the mucosa around the cervix and a number of inflammations throughout the entire body.
We also found adenoviruses and the Gardnerella Vaginalis bacteria (“opportunistic germ”). This bacteria can enter into the upper genital tract and lead to acute infection. These combined with mycoplasma hominis bacteria could cause acute inflammations and also be responsible for the changes in her smear tests.
After 15 treatments the patient was told by her gynaecologist that her smear test was now normal! How did that happen? A follow-up scan revealed that the pathological focus had disappeared completely.
We treated the patient with the programs: 3112.0 Lower abdominal problems
3089.0 Mucosal regulation
999.2 Detoxification of the mucous membranes Detoxification programs and fortifying programs
The patient is symptom-free to this day and comes every 4 weeks to the practice for stabilisation treatment.
She always tells us: “You and your devices have been a lifesaver.”
Case 3: 12-year-old girl experiencing thigh pain
I first got to know this female patient at the age of 8. She came to my practice with a number of allergies and acute neurodermatitis. After successful treatment we were able to remove all traces of these disorders.
In 2016 she returned to us with knee pain. Since she played volleyball 3 times a week and is very driven, we thought it was a strain or a sports injury. We sent her to an orthopaedist to investigate the root cause.
After an MRI scan and 3-phase bone scintigraphy she was diagnosed with periosteal inflammation and a suspected Brodie abscess. No one could explain why and the patient was advised to go to a specialist clinic in Garmisch-Partenkirchen to explore the possibility that could be a rare auto-immune disease.
There was even talk of amputation, which left the whole family in despair.
The pain became progressively worse and the patient eventually ended up in a wheelchair. This is when she returned to my practice. I am not the sort of person to give up easily and I asked the mother whether I could carry out a scan on her daughter. She simply nodded and we carried out a full scan. After this we focused on the bones.
We carried out the scan on 29.11.16 and found the following:
Ascaris Lumbricoides (intestinal roundworm), rhinoviruses, adenoviruses, a giardiasis infection and recurrent respiratory infections.
The mother explained to us at this point that during pregnancy she had become infected with giardiasis while in Bali and had become very ill.
We treated the patient with the BICOM device: inflammations, mucosa, detoxification, eliminating viruses, building up intestinal flora. She was given 4 homeopathic remedies that we had previously tested.
After 4 treatments she went for a further check-up with a knee bone scintigraphy on 20.12.16. The outcome was: “There isn’t anything there. I can’t see anything at all. I think we can cancel the appointment in Garmisch. But I would really like to know what you did and where you took your daughter.” The mother explained about our work and the professor treating her daughter simply said: “I don’t really understand this, but go back to the practice, because they have clearly done something right.”
Today she is still free from all symptoms, playing sport again and comes to the practice once or twice a month for treatment.
Case 4: 58-year-old male with upper abdominal complaints
The patient came to us suffering from acute flatulence, upper abdominal complaints and was listless, tired and jaded. His GP was at a loss and sent him to us for a BBC scan.
After an initial conversation I suspected acute fungal infestation, which was subsequently confirmed. The scan also revealed that there was something not quite right with his heart. I therefore asked him whether he had problems with his heart. He recounted the following story to me: 6 months previously he went to his GP with chest pain, tightness in his chest, nausea and hypertonia. The GP suspected a heart attack. An ambulance was called and took him to hospital. He lay in intensive care for two days and after several tests was discharged again. The diagnosis was muscle cramps in the chest, but not a heart attack.
I spoke to the GP treating him about this and he told me that he thought it was very probably a mild heart attack, but that it was impossible to prove. I recommended a BICOM treatment, corresponding homeopathic remedies, blood pressure check-ups and a change in diet. We treated the patient as follows:
10029 Improve blood count
630.1 Muscular pain
Detoxification and Candida treatment
After 6 weeks the patient felt fit again and we are currently treating him every 4 weeks. He no longer needs any antihypertensive medication.
A scan did not reveal any further abnormalities.
Case 5: 62-year-old male with chest pain following stent operation
The patient had a stent inserted in October 2016 and was given antihypertensives and ASA. After around a year he felt as though the stent had contracted again because he struggled to catch his breath at the slightest exertion. We carried out a scan, which showed no abnormalities in the heart, but revealed a problem in the bronchial tubes. The patient also wanted confirmation from the cardiologist again. After the examination he was told that everything was fine. He was not satisfied with this and he went to see a lung specialist, who also told him everything was ok. However, as our scan results showed that there were abnormalities in the bronchial tubes he visited a second lung specialist in order to obtain a second opinion. The result was COPD and this patient too is now convinced of the merits of our test procedure.
In addition to allopathic drugs, he receives homeopathy, BICOM therapy, he exercises and eats healthily.
Therapy: 922.2, 210.3, 240.4, 423.1, 540.0, 802.1, 3086.0
The coughing and shortness of breath have significantly improved. Although we are unable to cure this disease, we can at least help to ease the symptoms.
Case 6: 60-year-old male with chronic inflammations
The patient reported that he repeatedly suffers from inflammations at varying intervals. At one point it was orchitis, then his ankles were swollen. He later had a sharp pain in the back of his head and feels permanently tired and listless. His blood results did not reveal any abnormalities other than slightly raised inflammatory markers.
We found a borreliosis stress and arteriosclerosis in the patient’s head region. He subsequently explained to us that he had five tick bites the previous summer, but blood tests had not indicated borreliosis (Lyme disease).
We treated him as follows:
Detoxification, elimination of borreliosis, arteriosclerosis sequence 10016
We carried out the treatment a year ago and to date he has not experienced pain in his head or any new inflammations. Without the scan I would have found the borreliosis, but not the arteriosclerosis.
Thanks to our BBC device I have been able to find a large number of disorders that I would not have found through my regular testing.
My personal view is that bioresonance and BBC belong together so that we can treat large numbers of patients even more successfully.
I do also have uncomplicated cases in the practice, which can be successfully treated with the BICOM and without the need for the BBC. But in recent years increasingly more patients are coming to us at their wit’s end, because they cannot get a sensible diagnosis and therefore cannot receive appropriate treatment. And that is why I need the BBC. I am delighted that I have this in my practice and for this reason I would like to talk to you about two further seemingly unspectacular cases.
Case 7: 32-year-old female patient with insomnia
The young lady came to our practice and reported that she had been unable to sleep for several weeks, but otherwise had no issues. We carried out a BBC scan and found low melatonin levels throughout the body. Melatonin is a hormone that controls the day-night rhythm of the human body.
She explained that she always sleeps with a light on or near windows with light coming in. We treated using the BICOM and the energy deficit program series 10045.
We activated vitality using 900.1 and also recommended buying blackout blinds. She subsequently received two tested homeopathic remedies. After only 2 treatments she came back into the practice and beamed: “I can finally sleep again, thank you!”
And now to my last case study:
Case 8: 67-year-old male patient with no symptoms
This patient came to our practice and wanted a scan just to make sure that everything was ok.
We detected one pathological point in the sagittal plane on the left hand side of his head, but otherwise nothing. He reported that he occasionally felt hoarse, but had no symptoms. Since we could not find anything further we recommended that he consult a specialist to investigate further.
The patient went to an ENT specialist and the results were negative. He then saw a lung specialist and again the results were negative. He finally went to a cardiologist who confirmed that everything was in order. He subsequently came back to our practice and requested a second scan, which revealed that the pathological point had not changed. He went to a second ENT specialist who carried out an endoscopy and found a polyp on his vocal cord, which also explained the hoarseness that he occasionally experienced.
This patient now has regular check-ups with the ENT specialist and is very grateful that we found something before it became an issue.
I hope that I have piqued your curiosity and that you too have fun working with the BBC.
Thank you for listening and I wish us all continued success in working with the bioresonance method and the BBC.