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Bioresonance And Viruses

In this day and age, there are a lot of things that can make you sick– a genetic predisposition to disease, bacteria and fungi, exposure to harmful elements, and perhaps the leading cause of communicable diseases in the world: viruses.  Viruses can cause a multitude of infections and diseases; from simple illnesses like the common […]

Bioresonance and Vaginal Thrush

According to BBC News, vaginal thrush is a growing problem worldwide with 3 out of 4 women developing the condition at least once in their lives. It’s safe to say that it is quickly becoming a common problem among many people around the world. Not only that– but the condition can also be chronic. In […]

Bioresonance as an Alternative Treatment for Gonarthrosis

Introduction The knee joint might not be the most mobile joint, as the shoulder joint is, but it is the biggest joint in the human body. The knee is actually composed of two joints – the tibiofemoral joint and the patellofemoral joint. In the knee joint, only the movements of flexion and extension are possible, […]

How Bioresonance Can Be Used As A Preventive Measure

The human body consists of many systems, organs, muscles and components that need to work efficiently together. When any of these components malfunctions, then certain functions of the body may not work effectively. This may lead to symptoms such as pain and inflammation, but, in some cases, could also lead to the development of disease. […]

From PAP IVa to PAP II Decision to choose alternative medicine

Gynaecology: Alternative treatment In January 2002 I went for a check-up with my gynaecologist. The usual smear tests were carried out and this revealed a PAP III value. The lab report made the following remarks: metaplasy, signs of a viral infection and moderate epithelial dysplasia bordering on acute dysplasia, but with no carcinoma in situ. […]