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Bioresonance Therapy for Wellness

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This article was put together by Mathew Grant along with inputs from Dr Morris Zublacwych in Canada who were all on a team along with Gordan Johnstone who worked on the emerging technique of Bioresonance Therapy (BRT).

Ailments in human body are due to functional disturbances caused by outside influences on our body that lead to tissue damage. Functional disturbances could be due to physiological or chemical stress or day long exposure to electromagnetic fields. This disturbs the energy balance in the body. BRT uses EM signals to restore the overall energy balance in the body. This is done through using natural frequencies to increase the energy levels. BRT neutralises the negative effects of disturbances on our bodies. These frequencies help to repair DNA and helps in rejuvenation, immune boosting and for overall wellness.


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