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The Science Of Bioresonance

Sensitivity testing using bioresonance has become a common tool for complementary therapy worldwide and is now used in a large number of countries alongside mainstream modern medicine to form a functional approach to medicine incorporating scientifically validated diagnostic tools and other therapies to ensure the best possible wellness journey.

Advantages of bioresonance sensitivity testing

  1. Non-invasive, therefore there are no side effects or pain when collecting a sample
  2. It is a fast testing method
  3. It is also significantly cheaper and easier than other testing methods
  4. The testing allows for a great number of items

Disadvantages of bioresonance sensitivity testing

  1. There a limited number of scientific studies into the benefits
  2. Repeatability of testing samples is significantly lower than blood tests
  3. Results do not constitute a medical diagnosis

Important 

As with all types of self-tests, the information provided should be used in conjunction with further advice from trained professionals, and as a minimum, changes made to your lifestyle should be implemented with care and in a staged manner.

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Understanding More About Bioresonance

Bioresonance testing and therapy use the information from a living organism which is stored as a resonance or energy. We use a hair sample to read this resonance frequency using a MARS III (Multiple Analytical Resonance Systems) machines in a purpose build lab and compare them to registered item frequencies. Our labs test food items, non-food items, vitamins, minerals, metals, enzymes and bacteria, in order to establish their levels in the body and any imbalance against the recorded frequency in the MARS III database.

We test a hair sample against up to 800 recorded items. Any item showing a frequency response of 85% or above is noted on your results.

About Complementary Therapies

Complementary therapy covers a diverse group of services, practices and products, which fall outside of conventional medicine or healthcare. Complementary therapy is best when used alongside conventional medicine or treatment, whilst alternative therapy is used in place of conventional medicine or treatment.

Other therapies which are considered complementary and alternative medicine:

  • Aromatherapy
  • Acupuncture
  • Chiropractic Services
  • Homeopathy
  • Massage
  • Naturopathy
  • Yoga & Pilates