in Allergy Therapy
therapy has been in use in Europe for more than 23 years. One of its most
broadly successful applications has been in the treatment of allergies.
Well-trained allergy bioresonance therapists are in high demand in Europe.
Numerous clinics there have thriving practices treating nothing but
One clinical study of 200 patients performed in
Innsbruck, Austria found that 83% of the participants in the study no
longer had any allergic reactions to the previously offending allergens
after completing this therapy. Another 11% were greatly improved, and most
of the remaining 6% didn't follow the protocols properly. This means that
the efficacy of this therapy is very high. The following is a summary of
this study published by the Institute for Regulative Medicine, Munich,
Retrospective study based on 200 cases from
His success with the BICOM®
device (a popular bioresonance therapy device) led Dr. Peter Schumacher, a
pediatrician from Innsbruck, Austria, to conduct a study of 200 cases of
severe allergy and neurodermatitis in order to record the outstanding
The study was based not on a carefully selected
group but on a random patient population within a six-month period,
irrespective of age, diagnosis and severity of the condition.
established diagnosis of allergy was a condition of inclusion in the
study. Diagnosis was considered established not just if one or more tests
yielded a positive result but also if there was a definite proven
connection between the allergen and the allergy symptoms. Hay fever was
excluded from the study due to the peculiar characteristics of that
condition. The patients and their families were interviewed 6 months after
the completion of therapy.
83 % of
cases treated were concluded successfully (since the conclusion of
therapy patients had tolerated the allergen without
11 % of
cases treated improved (the features of the allergy were still present
yet over time much less pronounced).
4.5 % The
allergy remained unchanged. No therapeutic success could be identified
or, after initial improvement, the same allergy recurred. However
abstinence failures during therapy were detected in all members of this
1.5 % could
not be evaluated since there had been no new contact with the allergen
in the intervening period.
some particularly difficult cases: Of the 62 neurodermatitis cases
recorded, 44 were symptom free following BICOM®
treatment and 16 were improved; and of the 33 asthma cases, 29 were
symptom-free and 4 improved.
Additional studies have found similar
results. The study mentioned above was conducted in 1993. Since that time
additional advances with the therapy techniques have reduced the number of
therapy sessions for treating specific allergens to 1 to 3. Even "central"
food allergens that have proven hard to treat by other methods are being
treated successfully, usually with only 1 to 3 therapy
Why is bioresonance therapy so successful in the
treatment of allergies?
Cyril W. Smith discovered that allergic
reactions are principally an over-reaction of the immune system to the
electromagnetic field of the allergen. He developed a method of eliciting
an allergic reaction from a patient by emitting the electromagnetic
frequency 2 Additional
studies that support these theories can be found in the book, "Biophysical
Therapy of Allergies", by Dr. Peter Schumacher.3
does the immune system over-react to the allergens?
that several circumstances can create a condition of over-reactivity of
the immune system to specific allergens. The immune system's over-reaction
is known as a "hyper-ergic" state, which is caused by some kind of stress.
Some of the stresses that have been identified as causes of this problem
include toxins like mercury and other heavy metals, mold and fungus,
residues of medications or vaccinations, petrochemicals, pesticides and
other environmental toxins. The current hypothesis is that toxins such as
these can so stress the immune system that it becomes hyper-sensitive and
over-reactive to various substances.
When the stress on the immune
system becomes too demand or a threat and
over-react with an angry response. It is similar for our immune system. It
is as if the immune system is saying, "I am so stressed that I just can't
deal with one more toxin!"
Another form of stress that causes the
hyperactivity of the immune system is the constant over-exposure to
substances such as foods. The most common foods to which people have
allergic reactions in Western culture are wheat and dairy products.
Perhaps the immune system has had to eliminate the residue of
over-consumed food too often and this has caused an over-sensitivity of
the immune system. Even a little bit of milk for a person with dairy
allergy causes the immune system to react, as if to say, "What? Not again!
Oh, I am so fed up with this stuff, I can't stand it any more!" - and it
over-reacts in some way.
So the allergic reaction is essentially an
inability of the immune system to respond to the presence of allergens in
a balanced way due to the presence of some form of stress. Whether the
stress is from the physical presence and electromagnetic charge of toxins
or from the imprint of the electromagnetic charge of allergens held in the
body, the stress caused by these offending toxins or allergens must be
identified and treated. The insight that the cause of the allergic
reaction is the presence of the electromagnetic field or charge of the
toxin or allergen seems to be substantiated by the highly effective
results that are obtained by treating the electromagnetic field
This must be the case or they would not respond so well
to therapy that is targeted to remove this type of stress from the immune
system using ultra-fine electromagnetic therapy impulses.
does bioresonance therapy for allergies work?
therapist tests to determine the cause of the allergic reaction. It must
be determined whether the reaction is due to overexposure to the
electromagnetic fields of the allergen or whether the stress on the immune
system is being caused by the presence of one or more toxins in the
The testing can be carried out using electro-acupuncture.
This type of test is more useful than blood tests or skin reaction tests
because it is faster, non-invasive and more accurate. The test also forms
the basis of the design of the proper therapy that will relieve these
stresses and thus the allergic reaction. This is because
electro-acupuncture tests for the reaction of the meridians to the
electromagnetic field stress on the immune system rather than testing for
a chemical reaction.
electro-acupuncture, the testing is done by exposing the patient to
a therapy impulse of the "inverse oscillation" of the potential
offending allergens. Inverse oscillation means that an electronic
circuit in a bioresonance therapy device is used to create the
mirror image or inversion of the wave pattern of the electromagnetic
charge of the allergen.
electromagnetic impulses of the therapy signal are transferred to the
patient via cables and electrodes.
It is the wave pattern of the
electromagnetic charge of the allergen that is causing the stress on the
immune system. This therapy impulse is sent to the body and the reaction
of the immune system is checked by observing the response of the "allergy
meridian" using a combination of the bioresonance therapy device and an
electro-acupuncture testing device. In classical acupuncture we do not
have an allergy meridian. However, there are what are called the 8
mysterious meridians or the "strange flows." Mr. Voll, the inventor of
electro-acupuncture, discovered that one of the strange flow meridians is
the allergic reaction function of the immune system.
If canceling out
the electromagnetic charge of the allergen that is being tested
brings about a balancing effect on the allergy meridian, this
indicates that a stress from the tested allergen is present in the
body and canceling its electro-magnetic charge will relieve that
stress. Special test ampoules have been prepared with either a
sample of the allergen substance or an imprint of the
electromagnetic field information of the different allergens. These
ampoules are arranged in sets or test kits by categories. Using
these ampoules provides a quick and easy way to identify those
allergen to which a person is
This development in
allergy therapy is a profound development for both patients and therapists
alike. It provides a highly effective, non-invasive, pain-free,
comfortable method of creating rapid relief from not only the symptoms but
also the causes of allergic reactions. The results seem to be quite
permanent. Patients who received this type of therapy as long as 8 years
ago still have no allergic reactions to the treated
Allergy can cause reactions such as neurodermatitis,
hayfever, digestive disturbances, hives, headaches, depression, and more.
These conditions have all responded very well to bioresonance allergy
Even extreme allergic reactions have been eliminated with
this therapy. A case of a ten-year-old girl with a severe reaction to
strawberries is a good example. This young girl would break out in oozing
blisters all over her body with just one bit of a strawberry. The reaction
would come even if there was just a little bite of strawberry in a dish.
This was a real problem because sometimes strawberry can be a hidden
ingredient in a dessert and the patient would get reactions without
knowing that the dessert contained strawberry. As a result, she had to
constantly have a recovery kit available and with her at all times to stop
the reaction. She had one thorough treatment with bioresonance therapy
after which she could eat strawberries without any reaction. Naturally,
she and her parents were delighted.
Another interesting example is
the case of a woman with long- term allergies to dust. Her eyes were
constantly itching and had been itching for many years. Right in the
middle of receiving bioresonance therapy for the dust allergy, she
suddenly exclaimed, "Oh my God! My eyes just stopped itching! I can't
remember when my eyes haven't itched."
accompanying photographs show the progress of a serious case of
neurodermatitis that was caused by a food allergy. You can see the
dramatic reduction and elimination of the skin reaction.
Institute for Regulative Medicine has published this research work
together with nine other studies in a special edition. Entitled
"Scientific Studies of BICOM Resonance Therapy", it is available by
e-mail from the Institute for Regulative Medicine.
Electromagnetic Man, Health and Hazard in the Electrical
Environment, Cyril W. Smith and Simon Best, J.M. Dent & Sons Ltd.,
Biophysical therapy of Allergies, Dr. Peter Schumacher, Sonntag