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Bioresonance Therapy and Depression

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Introduction The human race has made giant leaps and bounds throughout the centuries to established itself as the most dominant living species on Earth. This is largely due to the extensive use of scientific discoveries that paved the way for modernisation of the world. The global population has moved away from ancient traditions of manual […]

Bioresonance Therapy and Asthma

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Introduction According to statistics provided by the Asthma UK Health Organisation, there are currently close to 5.5 million people in the United Kingdom receiving treatment for asthma. This cohort consists of 80% adults and 20% under the age of 18. Comparing this statistic to the total population in the United Kingdom, asthmatic conditions affect 1 […]

Bioresonance Frequency Explained

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Bioresonance therapy is a non-invasive therapy invented in 1977 in Germany by Franz Morell and his son-in-law, Erich Rache. The rest is practically history. The word of this new groundbreaking therapy spread in Europe and soon after, the entire world. Nowadays, bioresonance is practiced worldwide by doctors as well as by individual, certified practitioners. In […]