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Knowledge in frequency therapy

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Knowledge in frequency therapy

We inform you about current topics or contexts in this block. For members we have hidden texts within the current blog posts, which you can only see if you are also logged in with us.

 

Duchenne muscular dystrophy

Duchenne muscular dystrophy is an inherited muscle disease that usually manifests itself in early childhood and subsequently leads to muscle weakness.

Due to its X-linked inheritance, it almost exclusively affects boys. It is found in about one in 3,500 newborn boys.

Chlamydia trachomatis

Chlamydia is a bacterium that can cause various diseases with different symptoms.

The best known and by far the most common chlamydial infection affects the urinary and genital organs (urogenital chlamydial infection).

Escherichia coli bacteria

Escherichia coli bacteria are found in human and animal intestines worldwide.

Some strains of the Escherichia coli bacteria, such as EPEC (enteropathogenic Escherichia coli), ETEC (enterotoxic E. coli), EIEC (enteroinvasive E. coli), EHEC (enterohemorrhagic E. coli) and EAEC (enteroaggregative E. coli) produce toxins that can cause diarrheal diseases.

Hepatitis viruses

Hepatitis refers to an inflammatory condition of the liver. It is often caused by a viral infection, but there are other possible causes of hepatitis.

These include autoimmune hepatitis and hepatitis that occurs as a secondary result of medications, drugs, toxins, and alcohol.

CAFL Liste

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Microcurrent and frequency therapy

General definition: Microcurrents are voltages that are far below one volt

Our human thinking usually assumes that "more is better than less". In biology, however, this actually applies only to a very limited extent and partially reverses its effect.

Matter or vibration

Our thought experiment on being and appearances begins with the philosopher Plato.

We span the arch of thought over Kant, Schopenhauer up to Max Planck and deal with the following questions:

Does our world consist of matter or merely of pure vibration?
Is our world really as we see, hear, smell and feel it?
Or is our reality merely a construct of our brain based on external vibrational stimuli, which our brain then presents to us as a whole as reality?

Join me on a short but exciting journey into the world of vibrations.

Electrical operation

Electrosurgery is a method that is frequently used in molecular biology. The aim is to make the cell membrane temporarily permeable in order to introduce DNA into prokaryotic cells or eukaryotic cells.

This is done by an electric field, usually generated as a short pulse by the discharge current of a capacitor, which permeabilizes the cells due to various effects.

Herxheimer reaction

The Herxheimer reaction is understood to be a reaction of the body, lasting up to several days, to bacterial toxins (endotoxins), which are produced by the therapy-related decay of a large quantity of pathogens and lead to the release of inflammatory messenger substances.

The Kaali Patent

The Kaali patent for blood electrification would probably still be lying dormant in the archives of the patent office today, had it not been for a certain Dr. Robert Beck, who built on this patent, analysed and refined the findings, and based on this developed his Beck blood zapper.

Anti-infective electromedicine

The human organism is inhabited by a multitude of microorganisms. If we imagine that ninety percent of the predominant cells in the human body are not of human origin, that our human body consists of about 10 trillion cells, and that only in the lower intestinal tract there are about 100 trillion bacteria or unicellular plant organisms, then we have an approximate idea of what happens in our body every day.

Information changes matter

Fabrizio Benedetti is Professor of Physiology and Neuroscience at the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Turin in Turin, Italy. He is known for his research on placebo and nocebo effects.
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