Relatively unknown in Greece, the bioresonance method combats all forms of allergy with a success rate of 80%, according to the experts who apply it.
Your nose is running, your eyes are running and you are sneezing constantly... Allergic rhinitis, which affects you almost all year round, does not give you any respite. You feel anxious, growing up with the thought that there is no definite solution to your problem. And yet, there is, experts who apply bioresonance, stress that with this method they can radically treat any allergic condition. We asked the physician Kassandra Mouyiakou, who has been practicing bioresonance for years in Greece, to explain to us how the cure for allergies is achieved.
What is Bioresonance?
Bioresonance is based on the scientifically proven principle of quantum physics that our body's cells emit and receive electromagnetic signals. However, when normal cellular electromagnetic communication is disrupted, e.g. due to the interference of a pathogenic microorganism, result in allergies arising. Such “parasites” in the electromagnetic communication of cells can also cause allergenic substances (e.g. pollen, dust, food, bee sting poison), resulting in allergies arising. For the application of bioresonance, a special device is used which has the ability to receive the electromagnetic vibrations of our body, process them and return them back to the body, having “cleansed” the pathogenic “parasites” - always dealt with by the trained specialist. For the treatment of allergies, altered electromagnetic vibrations of allergenic substances are placed in the body and placed in a container connected to the bio-coordinating device. “This way we achieve desensitization of the body. We cancel the allergic sensitivity by ‘erasing’ a programme from the computer”, explains Mouyiakou. In Europe - and especially in China - studies are being carried out on children and adults to implement bioresonance in the fight against allergies (atopic dermatitis, rhinitis, asthma, etc.) with very good results.
Which allergies does it fight?
With the bioresonance method it is possible to treat any form of allergy. The most common allergies that are being treated effectively are food allergies, bee or wasp venom and plant pollen. The success rate of the method reaches 80%, “without implying that bioresonance is a panacea” (medicine for all) Mouyiakou stresses. The method is considered to be particularly effective in children because their body has less pollution. But how does someone know if he or she was desensitized? “We cannot guarantee 100% that the food, pollen or bee venom will no longer bother the patient. So, I ask my patients to continue carrying their medication with them for every eventuality. However, they are usually pleasantly surprised that they no longer need it”, says Mouyiakou.
The aim of the treatment
With the bioresonance method, the patient is desensitized of the allergens that afflict him. At the same time, however, the specialist is trying to identify and deal with the underlying causes of the allergies using the bioresonance device, in other words looking for the factors that have led to the weakening of the body’s defence and the immune system (e.g. pathogenic microorganisms, heavy electromagnetic radiation, heavy metals, etc.) - so that the effect of the desensitization treatment is permanent.
How does this happen?
The bioresonance method is painless, without side effects. The patient sits comfortably in an armchair and the specialist places specific magnetic pads attached to the bioresonance device on various points of the body. When necessary, the expert places the allergen in a device container on which the desensitization will be done and properly adjusts the device to “run” the programme. It is estimated that for desensitization from pollen, dust mites, minerals and Hymenoptera poisons that 1-2 treatments will suffice. Food allergies may require 2-3 sessions of treatment.
The Healing Process
Step 1: Preparation and diagnosis
The specialist checks the body's reaction to certain allergenic substances, which he chooses based on the patient's history and his experience. “We are looking for the guilty allergen if the patient has not recognized it himself or has not already had an allergy test. This process is not dangerous, nor does it have any side effects”, says Mouyiakou. At the same time, the specialist will use the bioresonance device to diagnose any charges (e.g. microorganisms, electromagnetic radiation, etc.) that cause “interference” to the body's electromagnetic balance. Then by selecting appropriate treatment programme, the specialist will clean the patient's body of these “parasites”, thus preparing the conditions for the best response to desensitization therapy.
Step 2: Desensitization therapy
After the pre-treatment phase, desensitization therapy follows dealing with the guilty allergens (at the same or next visit). The programme for each substance lasts about 15 minutes.
Step 3: Abstinence from allergens
After treatment for each allergen, it is recommended to abstain from it for seven days. “Any patient's non-compliance will delay the positive outcome of the treatment”, explains Mouyiakou.
Testimony: How I discovered bioresonance
Mrs. Kassandra Mouyiakou discovered bioresonance when she was looking for a way to cope with her daughter's atopic dermatitis.
“When my little one was four weeks old, she showed symptoms of atopic dermatitis (rashes on her skin). The paediatrician told me that my milk was the problem (breastfeeding). So, I stopped eating dairy and continued breastfeeding. But I did not see a definite improvement. At the same time, the only choice that the doctor gave me was the cortisone ointments, which I reluctantly put on my child without seeing satisfactory results. When my daughter was 10 months old and the problem continued unabated, a friend of mine spoke to me about bioresonance. I did the first diagnostic test on my daughter. They found her to be allergic to 30 substances - milk, but also many foods such as chicken, turkey, parsley, lemon, tomato, aspartame, dust mites, pine pollen and other plants. The diagnosis was successful because I noticed that when we stopped -me as much as my daughter - to eat these foods, within seven days her skin was clear. We started treatment for milk and the most basic food products - chicken, turkey, lemon and tomato. After the desensitization treatment for milk, they told me to wait a week before giving her milk again. I gave it to her after three months because I was afraid. However, chicken and the other foods I gave to her ten days after the treatment and her skin remained clear. Three months after treatment, I first started eating dairy products. I continued to breastfeed and my daughter's skin was clear. Then I reintroduced these foods into her diet and I saw that everything went well. Finally, we did not need to desensitize all 30 substances. It would appear that after the basic treatment - for milk in this case - the sensitivity of the body is submerged in many other substances. Today my daughter is 7.5 years old and has never shown any signs of allergic disease since.”