What is frequency medicine

The Frequency therapy is a gentle therapy process with Biophotons.

Cells communicate in a frequency range between 3-5 micrometers. As documented by Prof. Fritz-Albert Popp, cells emit light during cell division, so-called biophotons. The biophotons serve as a measure of health and vitality.

The procedure

Biophotons can be generated by laser light: At the right frequencies, the energy channels (meridians) can be made visible in infrared analysis, that is, the cells recover and thus the patient.

A prerequisite for laser therapy is a modulated laser. An 8-digit number code can be set, which is determined individually from: age, gender, current illness and previous illnesses. This ensures that the modulated laser is adapted to the patient using an individual frequency.
The location of the therapy is also individual: either in the middle of the chin - on the "conception vessel" - or locally, e.g. B. directly on pain points, wounds or over tumors.

The duration of the therapy is around 10-30 minutes, depending on your condition and illness.

Diseases in which frequency therapy is used are:

  • Pain as an accompanying symptomat:
    - rheumatism
    - fibromyalgia
    - Lyme disease
  • migraine
  • Cephalgia (headache)
  • Tumor diseases (cancer)
  • Fatigue syndrome
  • Mental suffering - Depression, insomnia (difficulty sleeping), psychosis, schizophrenia

Your benefit

Frequency therapy naturally reduces your pain.

It is also used to support cancer, when chemotherapy or radiation did not help, or as an additional therapeutic measure for cell regeneration.

Pain patients report that they have to take less pain medication since treatment with frequency therapy.


literature
  1. Baxter, G.D.
    Laser Physics, in: Therapeutic Lasers Theory and Practice.
    London: Churchill Livingstone. (1994)
  2. Popp, F.A. / Li, K.H. / Gu, Q. (eds.)
    Recent Advances in Biophoton Research.
    World Scientific Publishing, Singapore 1992.
  3. Popp, F.A.
    Biophotons - background, experimental results, theoretical approach and applications.
    Res. Adv. In Photochem. & Photobiol., Vol.1 (2000), pp.31-41.

     
The health and medical information provided for you on our website is not a substitute for professional advice or treatment by a licensed doctor.