Effective use of endocannabinoids in bioresonance therapy

Sven Peters, Naturopath

This is not a presentation about the medical efficacy of cannabinoid substances.

I do not feel I would be the right person to speak about this in any case. What I would like to talk to you about instead is their practical use in bioresonance therapy.

It is a known fact that this well-known intoxicating agent is also used effectively in medicine to treat a variety of disorders.

The CTT test set provides us with a diverse range of cannabis types and is regularly used in our practice.

However, I must point out once again that my practice tips are by no means compre­hensive, nor are they intended to be seen as the ultima ratio in this area. If we are committed to working with bioresonance therapy we need to move away from our conventional way of thinking about medicine.

There is no one-size-fits-all solution. Each patient requires our full attention and focus and we must be fully committed in everything that we do. By using different test sets we have an opportunity to more ably assist the body with new frequency patterns. As environmental stresses increase so do the challenges we face on a daily basis.

It is therefore a blessing that we are able to make use of the endocannabinoid am­poules to more effectively treat acute disorders.

This test set is successfully used in our practice to treat the following:

  • Migraines
  • Rheumatic disorders
  • Psychosomatic disorders, even cases of severe depression!
  • Cancer patients
  • Neurological disorders, such as paraesthesia or neuropathic pain, trigeminal neuralgia

This is not an exhaustive list, but these are the disorders that we have focused on to date.

Structure of the test set

The test set is subdivided into different categories and these correspond to the compo­sition and structure of the plant:

  • Sativa ampoules (SAT for short) correspond to the frequency pattern of the cannabis plant from areas near the equator (Thailand, Jamaica etc.).
  • Indica (IND for short) originates in South Asia and the Indian subcontinent (Tibet, Nepal, Pakistan, India etc.).
  • The individual numbers denote in turn the different compositions of the canna­binoids and terpenes. Terpenes are a class of organic hydrocarbons found in cannabis, which give this plant and its flowers a particular flavour and aromatic richness. Terpenes have an anti-inflammatory medicinal effect.

To summarise, the individual ampoule numbers represent a different composition of the individual plant constituents. In addition, we have a number of mixed ampoules made up of Sativa and Indica plants and these are known as HYB (hybrid) ampoules. The frequency patterns in the RES group have proven to be particularly effective. They contain information from medical cannabis resins. The green MED row contains fre­quency patterns of prescription-only medications and the CBD row contains over-the-counter preparations.

How can we integrate these into our daily practice activities?

We always test out the entire test set using 192 (A) for all chronically ill patients, mi­graines and psychosomatic disorders.

We do not strictly adhere to the manufacturer’s guidelines, preferring instead to test all ampoules, either with a pick-up applicator or with the hand-held brass applicator (we prefer the pick-up applicator in order to avoid measurement errors).

We additionally use bioresonance therapy to treat patients with severe depression. The ampoules from the SAT, HYB and RES sequence have proven particularly effective here.

Case studies

Case 1:

Male patient, 62 years old, undergoing psychotherapeutic treatment.

Medication: Tavor.

Suffers from lack of motivation, chills and fatigue. Alongside traditional programs (scar elimination, organ stabilisation etc.) in one session we transferred the SAT 09, HYB 06, RES 03 and IND 04 ampoules using program 10327 (A sequence). The patient reported the following week that he was feeling much better and was not so tired. We now run the ampoules in channel 2 every time.

Case 2:

25-year-old female patient suffering from facial acne for 3 Y2 years, despite extensive intestinal cleansing and bioresonance treatments with other therapists. Here we tested SAT 04 and 08, RES 03 and 05, IND 14 and MED 04. The ampoules were only transferred in channel 2 and after just one session the patient reported a significant improvement in the condition of her skin.

In all of the patients we have tested we often find a combination of different groups. The SAT, IND and RES ampoules have proven particularly effective.

The RES ampoules are particularly suitable for channel 2 and we have received plenty of positive feedback about this.

For all other ampoules we transfer once using 10327 and subsequently in channel 2.

We have established that persistent disorders with vegetative influences respond very well to endocannabinoids. Subsequent eliminations work even more effectively as a result.

We have had a similar experience with patients with rheumatic conditions and here we apply the frequencies to globules or drops.

Course of therapy in daily practice

1st session

Basic detoxification (testing of basic programs) Channel 2: 5 element ampoules

2nd session

Organ stabilisation, scar elimination etc. Channel 2: endocannabinoids

3rd session

Rheumatic disorders

Cancer patients

Neurological disorders

In input cup: endocannabinoid ampoules with program sequence 10327 A

Psychosomatic disorders

Additionally channel 2 chakra ampoules, stones and colours

4th session

Indication-based programs + eliminations

I hope that your experiences are as positive as mine when treating difficult disorders.