Bioresonance Therapy: A Scientific Anomaly or Magnetic Magic?
Pseudoscience involving quantum scanners? Bioresonance therapy should be banned in the US? Medical science on the warpath against this groundbreaking healing modality? Woash! Let’s all settle down!
Each of us is born from stardust and then infused with a soul and a specific signature comprised of electromagnetic vibrations. Given that we embody and emanate electric current, it stands to reason that electromagnetic or vibrational therapy would be of benefit for a long list of our physical diseases, emotional challenges, and other ailments.
Functioning in ways similar to how adjacent guitar strings affect each other’s tone, electromagnetic waves are proven to be useful in diagnosing and treating human illness.
While this effective modality might not be entirely curative in every category, many doctors, naturopaths, and patients have experienced Bioresonance to be a highly beneficial, complementary therapy.
Bioresonance therapy: does it work? You betcha.
“Our bodies … are electromagnetic machines. We simply can’t move a muscle or produce a thought without an electrical impulse – and wherever there is electricity, a magnetic field is also produced, which is why we link the two together into one word: electromagnetic.”― Ann Louise Gittleman
What is Bioresonance Therapy?
Bioresonance therapy is often referred to as Electrodermal testing or evaluation, Bio-physical information therapy, BIT (Bio-energetic information therapy), Energy medicine and Vibrational medicine.
The premise of this therapy is based on the fact that electromagnetic currents emitted by diseased cells are noticeably unique when compared to healthy cells.
An energy wavelength machine, can determine the unhealthy wavelengths that are emanating from your body and emit a counter-balancing frequency to restore an individual’s energetic equilibrium.
Benefits of Bioresonance Therapy
Bioresonance therapy has a growing list of benefits. As a result, every year there is an increase in discerning practitioners and grateful patients who believe in its healing properties.
Here is a general list of its benefits:
- Bioresonance therapy works with the natural flow of the body
- It’s non-invasive and without side effects
- It provides additional energy for people with low energy
- It will improve the overall frequency of the human body
- It improves mood and attitude
- The therapy is useful in physiotherapy
- It’s a helpful diagnostic tool for many illnesses
- Food intolerance
- Digestive disorders
- Back pain
- Degenerative discs
- Joint disorders
- Atopic dermatitis (eczema or red, itchy skin)
- Tumor therapy
- Cancer support
- Organ problems
- Hormonal disorders
- Sports injuries
- Pre-operative and post-operative support
- Gum disease
- Low energy
- Chronic fatigue
- Gynecological disorders, including painful menstrual periods
- Hair loss
- Obesity and weight loss programs
- Infections – bacterial, viral, fungal (candida, too)
- Thyroid disorders
- Cigarette and drug addiction
- Complementary therapy for a variety of other physical abnormalities
While several periodicals declare that Bioresonance has no scientific validity, there is a growing list of studies found on NIH.gov that state the exact opposite.
WebMD.com states: “There is no reliable scientific evidence that Bioresonance is an accurate indicator of medical conditions or disease or effective treatment for any condition.” Many doctors, veterinarians, and naturopaths have evidence to the contrary.
While the scientific research on Bioresonance is expanding, it seems there are misunderstandings around one very simple idea: the universe is made of electric currents and infused with Spirit. We are comprised of current; therefore current can help us heal.
Here are a few interesting conclusions from recently published studies:
- Bioresonance therapy can improve gastrointestinal problems.
- Bioresonance therapy is clinically effective in helping people to stop smoking.
- Electromagnetic field treatment is helpful to patients with chronic lower back pain associated with degenerative discs.
It might also be interesting to note that Bioresonance therapy is listed with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, in their National Library of Medicine, where it’s been indexed under Complementary Therapy since 1989.
Does Bioresonance therapy have side effects? No.
“Sensitivity to electromagnetic radiation is the emerging health problem of the 21st century. It is imperative health practitioners, governments, schools, and parents learn more about it. The human health stakes are significant.”
— William Rae MD
The Origin of Bioresonance Therapy
The original researchers and inventors of traditional Bioresonance therapy (for example, MORA, BICOM, etc.) are Frank Morell and Erich Rasche. The name “MORA” was born from the first two letters in their last names.
In Morell’s and Rasche’s early experiments, they sourced an electromagnetic field within a human organism, and the rest is history.
Strangely, Morell had early ties to Scientology and was fascinated by the e-meters that the cult uses to test emotional trauma in their devotees. Morell believed these devices to have a purpose far more valuable to humankind than a manipulative, enrollment tactic.
“With the development of utility electricity for the masses in the 1900s, very few people realize that a new era of sickness and disease was unleashed that are collectively called radiation sickness.”
― Steven Magee
Bioresonance Therapy Reviews
Perusing the posts on a variety of medical device and doctor websites, I see a long list of positive reviews. Hundreds, if not thousands of people have stated that Bioresonance therapy has been a game-changer for themselves or their families.
From chronic depression and Lyme disease to degenerative discs and eczema, patients around the world are standing behind their claims that Bioresonance therapy is a powerful tool for healing their most discomforting and challenging diseases.
Here is a breakdown of the 13,000+ Bioresonance therapy practitioners and professionals:
- 6500 Doctors
- 770 Dentists
- 5600 Naturopaths
- 700 Veterinarians
- 280 Veterinary Naturopaths
This list of professionals proves one significant thing: This powerful and curative modality is no longer a fad. Bioresonance therapy is healing, curative, and here to stay.
For more evidence on the benefit of non-invasive mind-body and energy-based healing techniques check out The Healing Field:
Wilhelm Reich — Prophet or Madman?
“My present work began in the realm of psychiatry and psychoanalysis. This led to the discovery of bio-energy in the living organism and atmosphere. It follows new, hitherto unknown functional laws of nature.”
~ Wilhelm Reich
Born in Austria at the close of the 19th century, Wilhelm Reich was the son of a Jewish farmer but was deprived of his heritage by parents who raised their children as “Austrians’” a nationalistic, rather than religious, identity. After a complicated childhood and his parents’ deaths, young Reich joined the Austro-Hungarian army during WWI.
After the war, Reich enrolled in law school at the University of Vienna but switched to medical studies early on. At the time, a renaissance of inquiry into human nature was beginning. After attending a talk by Sigmund Freud, then a lecturer in neurology, Reich took a job at the Freud’s Vienna Ambulatorium, an experimental psychoanalytic clinic, soon earning the role of assistant director. Biographers have referred to Reich as Freud’s wunderkind or his prodigy.