Successful treatment of liver disorders and liver diseases using bioresonance therapy

Dr. med. Jurgen Hennecke, Aachen


The liver is the largest accessory gland in our digestive system with blood flowing through it at around half a litre per minute. Acting as a large “waste treatment plant” for the body, it is involved in more than 500 different metabolic processes (see Tab. 1).

Table 1: Function of the live

  • Production of gall (fat digestion)
  • Fat metabolism (cholesterol, triglycerides)
  • Carbohydrate metabolism (glycogen storage)
  • Protein metabolism (carbamide formation)
  • Metabolisation of the body’s own hormones
  • Inactivation and metabolisation of medication and toxins.

The increasing number of environmental stresses, viral disorders, metabolic and immune system disorders represent an ever-increasing challenge for our patients’ liver/gall systems (see Tab. 2).

Table 2: Cause of liver complaints

  • Metabolic disorders
    — Diabetes mellitus
    — Storage disorders (e. g. iron, copper)
  • Toxins
    — Alcohol
    — Medication
    — Environmental toxins (e. g. halogenated hydrocarbons, phosphorus, arsenic, etc.)
  • Bacterial and fungal toxins (e. g. aflatoxin)
  • Viruses
    — Hepatitis A, B, C
    — Epstein Barr virus
  • Parasites
  • Autoimmune disorders.

Organic disorders ranging from fatty liver, gall stones, hepatitis to cirrhosis of the liver are just some of the most common chronic internal disor-ders.

Functional disorders with varying symptoms are also found on a daily basis in our practices. Every patient’s liver/gall system should therefore be checked to ensure proper functioning and be treated if necessary.


I an organic disorder is suspected, orthodox diagnosis using laboratory test, ultrasound and possibly computer tomography or liver aspiration is imperative.
BTery patient should undergo energetic testing. iAri energetic, functional disorder in the liver/ gall system is suspected if the following is found:

  • Kinesiological test: “weak” muscle test when placing the hand on the right epigastrium.
  • Tensor test: “separating” tensor movements if the applicator connected to the tensor is placed on the right epigastrium
  • EAV: values which deviate from the standard at the start or end point of the liver and/or gall bladder meridian.
  • “Positive” test for CTT test ampoules from the “wood element”


According to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), as well as the liver and gall bladder meridians and organs, the “muscles and tendons” tissue, the “eye” and the “canine tooth” also belong to the “wood” element. The wood element is, according to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), important for all “dynamic” processes in the body and is brought in connection with emotions (see Tab. 3).

Table 3: “Wood” element

Not having enough energy can lead to adynamia and depression.

M)re frequently, however, there are “excessive reactions” in the wood element (e. g. TCM syndrome “liver-Yang rising”).

This may be caused by a lack of control i.e. not enough “kidney-Yin” whereby the kidney meridian often requires support during therapy.

Sich “excess energies” play an important role in clinical pictures such as temporal headaches, migraines, lumboischialgia, joint problems, functional pain in the epigastrium and colic, hypertonia, dizziness and tinnitus.

I\egative influences on the “fire element” lead to bad moods, impaired memory and blood pressure problems.

As a result of the “attack” on the “earth element” inflammations or ulcers may occur in the stomach’s mucous membrane (see Tab. 4).

Table 4:Disorders through meridian interferences of
the liver/gall

  • Headache, migraine
  • Lumboischialgia
  • Colic
  • Dizziness, tinnitus
  • Conjunctivitis, glaucoma
  • Hypertonia
  • Menstrual problems
  • Stomach disorders
  • Depression
  • Eczema, exanthema.

h all these disorders it is also necessary to treat the liver/gall system at the same time. 11 the case of eye diseases it has been proven that as well as the eye applicator an additional, flexible input or output applicator (according to test) should be placed on the right epigastrium and liver programs should be used after testing.


After removing therapy blocks (radiation stress, scar interference fields), the aim of therapy is to provide energetic support to the liver and gall bladder and to eliminate the stress factors.


  • Energetic support through the body’s own information
    Right epigastrium
    -Modulation mat on back
    Icup: Blood, saliva and possibly stools
    Rogr am 430 (Ai 1. 6, 14 kHz )
    Rogr am 431 (A 18, 160 kHz )
    Rogram 970 (H 1.5; Di 0.95; 790 Hz)
    I: Start and then end points of the liver and
    gall bladder meridians
    0: Modulation mat on back
    Program 310 Liver acute
    Rogram 311 Liver chronic
    Rogram 370 Gall acute
    Rogram 371 Gall chronic
  • Energetic support through external information
    I cup: CTT ampoules from the “wood” element
    -Modulation mat on back or epigastrium
    Rogram 192 or 198 (A) Test
    amplification and time
  • Intestinal clean-up
    • BICOM® allergy treatment of chronic allergies
    Elimination of toxins, viruses and parasites
    In sensitive patients first using “meridian-related
    I Meridian points
    o Modulation mat on back
    Program 530 (for viruses switch to 25 kHz)
    I Stress-inducing substance as ampoule or via
    0 Modulation mat on back or epigastrium

for toxins and parasites:
998 (Ai, all frequencies)
for viruses:
996 (test whether Ai, Di or H+Di; 25 kHz)
Start with slight amplifications and slowly in-crease over the course of several therapy ses-sions. Test the time!


  • Milk thistle, artichoke (tea or tablets/drops)
  • Homeopathic complex agents (“liver agents”).

Table 5: Treatment of the liver

  • Basic therapy
  • Eliminate geopathy/electrosmog
  • Elimination of scar interference Prog. 910
  • Stabilise meridians
    Liver/gall, possible kidneys
    — Meridian flooding
    — Prog. 310/311 or 370/371
    — CTT ampoules
  • Organ stabilisation, detoxication, Improve elimination function Rog. 430, 431, 970
  • Intestinal clean-up
  • Treat chronic, central allergies
  • Eliminate toxins
    (Test amplification and time)
  • Treat viruses and parasites (Test amplification and time.)


Years ago a study was carried out at the University of Heidelberg on 28 patients with slight liver damage. It was shown that liver values improved by 38-50 % following BICOM® therapy.

Following “liver treatment” using BICOM® therapy many patients at the practices showed a significant improvement in their subjective complaints and (where this could be tested), also objective laboratory parameters. By way of a representative sample, I will present to you two cases.


Patient D. G., male, aged 37
1993 Pfeiffer’s glandular fever raised liver values since then-kst:

  • Scars: Stomach (condition following ulcer) Racture in clavicle
  • Intestinal mycosis (Candida)
  • Cow’s milk allergy
  • Stress through Epstein Barr virus.
    lherapy (6x):
  • Basic therapy
  • Elimination of scar interference prog. 910
  • Liver detoxication prog. 430, 970
  • Intestinal clean-up
  • Allergy therapy — cow’s milk
  • Elimination of Epstein Barr virus.
Pfeiffer's glandular fever raised liver laboratory values
laboratory values

Patient E. K., male, aged 36

Raised liver values for a number of years, GGT 60-110.
Fain in right epigastrium after every meal. Vltrasound, hepatitis serology, negative.)

  • Scar on left lung (condition following pneu-monia)
  • Liver interference field
  • Toxic stress: lindane, methoxychlor (gardening).
  • Basic therapy
  • Elimination of scar interference prog. 910
  • Liver detoxication prog. 430
  • Elimination of methoxychlor and lindane.
    (6x, test amplification and time.)
    Afterwards no pain whatsoever when eating!

With the comments set out in this paper my aim has been to encourage you to put the “liver” back at the “heart” of your thinking and show you just how much can be achieved with relatively little effort.

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