New effective BICOM therapy combinations which save time – (not just) with difficult patients

Dr. med. Jürgen Hennecke and Simone Maquinay, BICOM® Therapist, Aachen, Germany

1. Introduction

Years ago therapists practising bioresonance therapy fell into one of two camps: one championed therapy with endogenous  requency patterns using the body’s own fluids and multiple therapy programs with the input and output on the patient. The other group advocated applying test ampoules (Combined Test Technique) with an A or Ai program to the patient seated at the output. They have now made peace and most advanced BICOM® therapists combine both methods.

In practice therapy sessions usually begin with basic and follow-up therapies incorporating endogenous oscillations. Stresses are then eliminated and finally organ and meridian ampoules applied to stabilise the patient. This made therapy sessions very long, particularly with difficult or sensitive patients, and was not always easy to organise.

We spotted a clever idea in a dental practice: the patient is connected to two BICOM® devices at once! Wound healing programs are applied with one device, for example, while stabilising organ ampoules are applied in parallel with the other using “A”.

The solution: all practices should have two BICOM® devices! Much to Regumed’s delight.

However, the company understands that therapists have limited space and so now offers a more advanced device with an additional therapy module which is described as a second channel.

The idea is not totally new. When the modulation mat was introduced, this provided the opportunity, in addition to BICOM® programs, of also applying, through the DMI function, specific frequency patterns and information from precious stones which have the effect of building up or attenuating energy. Our tests reveal that, on average, most patients need “strengthening” therapy, a few “attenuating” but that a number of patients do “not need either”. The frequency patterns selected here for this group of patients are probably nowhere near specific enough. Systematic use of stabilising information would be helpful.

2. The “second” channel

We have been testing the possible uses of the second channel in our practice for over a year.

Initial fears that too much therapeutic information would overload the patient’s regulatory system, placing excessive demands on their body, proved unfounded. Instead our impression is that channel 1 therapies are tolerated better and more easily accepted, meaning hyperintensive reactions occur less often.

In channel 2 we usually used the CTT (Combined Test Technique) ampoules applied with “A”, especially the meridian/ organ ampoules of the “5 element” set but also the “eliminating ampoules” from the “5 element”, “allergy” and “viruses/fungi” test sets and the vertebral and joint ampoules from “orthopaedics”. The “attenuation ampoules” should only be
used on their own however.

We also applied flower essences (e.g. Bach flower remedies), precious stones (individually or in combination), colours, essential oils, conventional medical or naturopathic medication as well as homeopathic remedies, phytotherapeutic agents and probiotics.

Testing the parameters for channel 2 usually gives amplifications between 0.8 and 20x and therapy times of between 5 and 15 minutes.

If there is insufficient time for individual testing, 2.0x amplification proved effective and therapy time is adjusted to the length of the main program in channel 1, in other words, simply let it run … (see Tables 1, 2, 3 on page 29f.).

Applying these different therapeutic approaches simultaneously represents a significant time saving for both therapist and patient!

This also gives us an interesting variant of
Chakra therapy:

Channel 1:
Input: coccyx (flex. applicator)
Output: Chakras (button applicator, depth probe)
Input cup: blood, hair
Channel 2:
colours, precious stones
Amplification and therapy time:
Chakras 1-3: 1.8x; 3 mins.
Chakra 4: 1.2x; 3 mins.
Chakra 5: 2.0x; 3 mins.
Chakra 6: 0.7x; 2 mins.
Chakra 7: 2.0x; 1 mins.

3. Amplification sweep

(see Table 4 on page 31)
Used to eliminate chronic stresses such as allergens, toxins (especially heavy metals) and pathogens and with sensitive patients it has proved effective to begin therapy with low amplifications and gradually increase the amplification stages, over several sessions if necessary. We have observed for the past three years or so that, especially with acute symptoms, beginning with high amplifications and then reducing the amplification stages proved more successful. This has also proved true with acute pollen therapy.

We therefore went to Regumed with the suggestion of creating a decreasing amplification sweep, in addition to the increasing amplification sweep. We have obtained excellent results with this
when treating viruses, bacteria and parasites.

At Frau Karz’ suggestion a symmetrical amplification sweep has also been incorporated, in other words, the amplification increases, decreases again, and so on, always alternating.

This function has proved effective in allergy therapy, especially with acute symptoms (e.g. hay fever). The effect is very quick-acting and intensive. Therapy time 8-12 minutes. In some cases brief follow-up treatment (1-3 mins.) was necessary at a particular amplification stage (e.g. 64x). The symmetrical amplification sweep also proved effective as a supplement following “serial therapy”.

Care should be taken with sensitive patients. We observed a violent primary immune response in an asthmatic following this type of therapy for mould. The central allergies should also be treated with the old tried and tested programs at the start.

4. Extremely low frequencies

We have observed that basic therapy using extremely low frequencies between 1 Hz and 10 Hz has a far stronger effect than earlier basic therapy on its own. For us the patient’s subjective response and the colouring of the foot print on the footplate were important criteria in deciding the intensity of therapy.

The extremely low frequencies obviously address totally different resonance levels from those used in the past. With tireless testing, Frau Karz has created a series of new therapy programs, some of which we were able to test on our patients. Here too we observed excellent outcomes.

Examples:

Program 3007 (H+Di, 1.7 Hz) and 3066 (H+Di, 11.3 Hz):
Highly effective with thyroid disorders, e.g. thyroiditis

Program 3052 (H+Di, 8.4 Hz):
Supplements intestinal therapy, e.g. irritable bowel, colitis

Program 3058 (Di, 8.9 Hz):
Dental root treatment, can be used for all dental foci, important therapy block!

We also tested two other interesting programs from our own observations:

Lymph activation:
H 3.2x Di 8x; 2.7 Hz, 6 mins.

Inflammation of the large intestine:
H 2.0x Di 0.2x; 3.0 Hz, 5 mins.

The programs with extremely low frequencies can be combined with high frequency programs in the same session without causing any problems!

5. Summary

The new therapy modules as well as channel 2, the decreasing and symmetrical amplification sweep and extremely low frequencies all represent valuable additions to the range of possibilities offered by bioresonance therapy. With more widespread use many other creative therapists will undoubtedly discover further areas of application. The new therapy options allow us to treat our patients more intensively in a manner which they are better able to tolerate and yet which also saves time.

Table 1: Proven CTT ampoules for channel 2

Proven CTT ampoules for channel 2

Table 2: Medication for channel 2

Medication for channel 2

Table 3: Special indications

Special indications

Table 4: Amplification sweep

Amplification sweep

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