Biophysical Therapy of Allergies

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Thieme, 2005 - Allergy - 264 pages
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Dealing with bronchial asthma, hay
fever or neurodermatitis often dramatically reduces a patient's quality of life.
The success rate for chemical suppression or hyposensitization treatments is
unsatisfactory. In addition, there are increased numbers of side effects and
dangers.


Using many years of well-documented, successfully treated case histories and
his experience gained in private pediatric practice, the author is able to
demonstrate that allergies can be healed completely when they are recognized as
a biophysical phenomenon and treated according to the laws of biophysics.


Based on the substantive concept of ''bioresonance therapy,'' this book
elaborates extensively and systematically on the foundation and practice of the
biophysical ''elimination'' of allergies - that is to say, without chemicals or
the stress resultant from side effects, particularly noted in pediatrics.
Recognizing and "Eliminating" Allergies Using Biophysical
Means

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Contents

A Medical Phenomenon
27
Symptoms of Allergic Reactions
45
Biophysical Allergy Diagnosis
65
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