How a scan works

How a Scan works

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Dr. Hammer says​ “Diseases are the result of a traumatic event or a psychological conflict generated by different causes emerging from our direct environment (electro-smog, chemicals, weather changes), from food and drugs, from stress, overloads with toxins, accumulation of acidic substances, infections with bacteria, parasites, viruses, fungus; all these factors are triggering anaerobe processes causing regulative disturbances in our bodies up to a collapse of ATP metabolism often followed by cancer or death.”

Biostar-NLS is a Bio-resonance device used to measure the energy emitted by the body based on electromagnetic waves. It is also used for therapeutic conditions associated with “abnormal” electromagnetic waves. It is a holistic integrative, non-invasive, painless and bio-active modality which can be applied for:

  1. Energy Mapping and Frequency Measurement
  2. Predictive and Advanced Analysis of energy spectrums
  3. Frequency inversion and harmonization using ultra-fine electromagnetic oscillations.

Bioresonance is an all-encompassing assessment and treatment modality utilizing a patient’s own “ultra-fine electromagnetic oscillation”. The method had its inception in 1977 after development by the German physician Dr. Franz Morell and electronics engineer Mr. Erich Rasche from whose names the name MO-RA originated.

During more than 20 years of research, carried out by well known scientists in Germany and abroad, it was found that each individual possesses a unique spectrum of ultra-fine electromagnetic oscillations which can be electronically sensed, processed and then utilized as therapy.

Today, it is known that the chemical processes in the bodies of humans and animals are controlled by the “information” carried by and within these oscillations. Furthermore, organs and cell types possess characteristic oscillation spectrums – which are at the same time unique to each individual. The electromagnetic oscillations referred to in the Biostar-NLS “META-Therapy” may be compared to (but are different from and much finer than) the cardiac impulses detected by an electrocardiogram (ECG) or brain “waves” as measured by an electroencephalogram (EEG).