Simple ideas for treating common acute and chronic syndromes, e.g. otitis, bronchitis, sinusitis

Angelika Prigge-Jugsch, Naturopath, Sandstedt, Germany

Welcome ladies and gentlemen, dear colleagues

I am delighted that today I am here once again in Fulda to give a presentation.

Some of you already know me and the rest of you will soon get to know me. I would like to explain to you how I have acquired
a very successful practice thanks to bioresonance therapy.

I come from Sandstedt, a small village with
600 residents. Before I began using bioresonance therapy I was very sceptical, but after reading specialist literature, speaking to colleagues, making repeated calls to the Institute and attending some very good seminars I thought I’d give it a try. First of all, I gave a presentation on bioresonance therapy in front of 20 patients in my practice. Since I still didn’t have any experience I kept very closely to the relevant therapy books and reported on what could successfully be achieved. At this point I had a few neurodermatitis patients. Straight after this presentation 19 patients made an appointment – this was the breakthrough for my small practice. At the start I kept strictly to all the instructions in the therapy manual and as a result achieved my first successes. The longer I worked with this method, the more I tried it out and ventured to use it on other conditions. Today I can say that without bioresonance therapy I would never have had such a successful practice with so many satisfied patients and this makes me very proud and happy.

In our practice we now work with three devices and there are days when I could do with a fourth device. Unfortunately, we only have three treatment rooms and this can mean that new patients are on a waiting list for several weeks.

Simple ideas for treating common syndromes

I would now like to report on cases from my practice. The topic is “recurring acute and chronic disorders from daily practice which can be quickly and successfully treated”.

Otitis (inflammation of the middle ear)
This commonly affects small children, but also teenagers and older patients.

In conventional medical practice the normal course of treatment is often to prescribe medication and nose drops. The bioresonance method offers us a number of additional options.

I would now like to explain to you the individual stages in treatment and demonstrate these on the device.

1. Basic therapy, possibly also elimination of scar interference and geopathic stress with programs 910 and 700
2. 522, 500, 290, 590, 530.
I test these programs. If the patient is difficult to test, all 5 programs are used in treatment.
3. 192, with lung, bronchial tubes, paranasal sinuses, lymphs, head and neck lymph nodes from the 5-element test set (abbreviated to 5-E set)

During the entire treatment the patient has two flexible applicators on their ears and the modulation mat on their back, plus one hand applicator connected via output cables.

This treatment is repeated two to three times within the space of one week, then again after eight days.

Nine of the ten patients now display no symptoms.

Transient synovitis of the hip (Coxitis fugax)
It often comes to light when changing nappies. If the affected leg is moved, children cry out in pain. Older children complain of very acute pain in their hips, often when walking. This transient synovitis of the hip is a rheumatic joint disorder, which needs to be detected early to prevent more serious consequences. Children may also suffer from rheumatism. One of the most common joint disorders occurring in small children is transient synovitis. This inflammation of the hip joint often emerges at the time of a viral infection and normally heals within four to six weeks. Children need complete rest and should stay lying down.

Now you may ask how you are supposed to keep a four-year-old in bed?
This is where we come to our treatment using the BICOM® device.

1. Basic therapy
2. Flexible applicators on both hips with input cable, modulation mat on the spinal column, programs 911, 918, 433
3. Program 192, ampoules small and large joints, lymphs, paranasal sinuses, connective tissue from the 5-E set; 10 minutes

Following initial treatment the pain subsides by at least 50%. I repeat this treatment two to three times within the space of a week.

I have yet to discover a case where this treatment has not been successful. The children skip and jump around as though they had ever been ill.

High liver count

In the past year I have had several patients with elevated liver function tests. The first question these patients were always asked was about alcohol. Even when these patients give assurances that they have never touched alcohol, many practices do not believe them.

At the initial appointment the first question I ask is when did the count get higher and whether this was as a result of something like an infection, inoculation, allergy, etc. If this is not the case I test various things. Even if nothing is found in these tests

I proceed as follows:

1. 130, 700, 910, IC blood, flexible applicator on liver
2. 977, IC blood
3. 192, liver, lymphs, large intestine, kidney, pancreas in the IC, patient at output; 10 minutes

After just three treatments the count improved and returned to normal. Laboratory values provide the evidence.

Leg ulcer (Ulcus cruris)
These patients often have acutely disturbed intestinal flora and an acute Candida infestation; these are treated accordingly at the same time.

1. 130, 700, 910, a sterile swab on the wound, on top of that a flexible applicator connected to the input cables
2. Roll applicator with 530, 931 to roll on the wound
3. 192, skin, liver, lymphs, large intestine; 10 minutes
4. 911, 918 for acute pain

In 2008 I had 14 so-called cry-babies aged between four weeks and eight months. When the parents presented with these small, nervous, restless babies, it was something of a mystery to begin with. Despite thorough testing we could not find a reason for it. However, I did notice that all 14 babies had a fat, hard, distended abdomen. I therefore asked the parents to bring the mother’s milk or other baby food with them and then tested it. And here a strong reaction was detected. I tested the normal milk from my test set again – no reaction.

Now the big question mark – what can it be? No milk protein, no lactose – what is it?

It is probiotic food and has been used in baby food for around six years now. So we looked for a food which did not contain probiotics. This wasn’t easy, as there are currently only two products known to me. The word “probiotic” comes from the Greek “pro Bios”, which means “for life”. It is no accident that it is given this name, since probiotic dairy products contain living microorganisms, such as lactobacilli and bifidobacteria. These are lactic acid bacteria which are thought to replenish the body’s own bacteria population in the human intestine and have a positive effect on intestinal flora– but this doesn’t applyto babies, since they haven’t yet developed mature intestinal flora!

Bebivita and Humana 1 manufacture baby food which is not probiotic and are currently the only sources we have come across. We therefore switched the food immediately and treated with our BICOM® device as follows:

1. Basic therapy
2. Program 500 with input applicator on the abdomen
3. Program 192, with the CTT ampoules large intestine, small intestine and liver in the input cup
4. The probiotic food with program 998, 999

After just two treatments we had very contented babies with a soft, flat stomach. The colour of their stools also changed from dark green to golden yellow and they had far less wind. And it isn’t just the babies – the parents are happy again too.

I also banned mothers who were breastfeeding from eating probiotic yoghurts or other probiotic products.

Always look out for allergic reactions with this disorder! They automatically take priority in treatment. The stages in treatment are as follows:

1. 130, 700, 910, nasal secretion in IC.
2. Program 500, with the roll applicator make a figure of eight like the frame of a pair of glasses
3. Allergens
4. Program 192, paranasal sinuses, lymphs, head and neck lymph nodes from the 5-E set. (Program 433 can also be used here.)

After two to three treatments the symptoms improved significantly.

In previous years I have given presentations on this commonly occurring disorder. Today I would just like to briefly list the individual stages in treatment:

1. 130, 700, 910, saliva in IC.
2. Program 540, 210, with flexible applicator on the bronchial tubes
3. Treatment type A and Ai alternating every 5 minutes, IC lung, bronchial tubes, paranasal sinuses, lymphs, head and neck lymph nodes, defence from the 5-E set
4. Possible allergens

After two treatments the symptoms improved significantly.

Fungal diseases
More and more patients are suffering from fungal diseases. Whether it is Candida fungus in the intestine, a fungal skin infection or mould infection, I always administer the following treatment:

1. Basic therapy
2. Tested fungus with program 978
3. Affected organs from the 5-E set with 192, with a flexible input applicator placed on the affected area

I also prescribe a strong anti-fungal diet, appropriate medication and bioresonance treatment every 14 days for a minimum period of 8 weeks. After this time I retest the fungus. Beforehand, even if the patient says that they are feeling much better, the treatment is not complete, because very often there are recurrences. As we all know, the fungus hasn’t just suddenly developed in the body. It has been spreading all over and thus the treatment also needs to time to work. The longest fungal treatment in my practice took two years to complete.

Exhausted, weary, old patients
In my practice I have several older patients aged between 80 and 90 years. These patients were not prepared to finish treatment once their various disorders had been successfully treated. One of these patients typically said: “Don’t think you’re getting rid of me that quickly – I feel so good when I’m sitting at this machine, so please recharge my batteries again.”

These patients come to me at regular four- week intervals and I treat them as follows:

1. Basic therapy, 700, 910
2. The problem organs, e.g. heart, circulation, joints, etc. with 192,
10 minutes
3. Own blood with 977

After this treatment these patients feel stronger and better for it.

Concomitant chemotherapy treatment
Patients receiving chemotherapy come one day after this treatment into my practice and receive bioresonance therapy. Through our treatment these patients feel significantly better and have fewer side effects. Here are the individual stages in treatment:

1. Basic therapy, 700, 910
2. Chemo elimination after testing
3. 192, with corresponding organs
4. Own blood therapy after testing


I could go on for hours reporting on further cases, but we’d still be sitting here tomorrow morning. I hope that my case studies have given you some new ideas for you to use in practice, because thanks to bioresonance we have the opportunity in our practice to successfully treat a large number of patients. In my practice every patient, and I mean literally every patient, is treated using the BICOM® device. I apply a whole range of other treatments too, but bioresonance is always used.

Thank you for your attention. May I wish us all continued success in using the bioresonance method.

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