Friday, 9 July 2010


Bioresonace is easily explained by using the oldest form of bioresonace, sunlight. To explain this: is it the suns heat that cause skin to go brown? no otherwise we could get brown skin by going into a sauna. Ultraviolet light is the reason for this tanning effect. Ultraviolet light has a wave length of 10-400nm and stimulates pigmentation of the skin. A regulation system is integrated in our skin, which starts pigmentation when exposed exactly to this frequency of sunlight, causing it to appear tanned. Another regulation prompted by sunlight is the vitamin D production.

Understanding this principle of sunlight makes it easy to see that there are other frequencies other than this narrow frequency band of sunlight, that also trigger their own regulations.

In 1976 Paul Schmidt realised the connection between the application of frequencies and the regulation properties of the human organisms, animals and plants. With this, he founded the exogenous (affecting from the outside) bioresonance. In these correlations, let me also mention the endogenous bioresonance, which works with the bodies own oscillation patterns. Today, the bioresonance according to Paul Schmidt works exogenously as well as endogenously, the exogenous bio-resonance, however, still plays the overriding part.

Lets look at the word bioresonance. The word bioresonance consists of two parts; bio, which highlights the natural characteristics of the method, the second word part is resonance, which can only take place, when objects with identical oscillation respond to one another.

A easy way to explain this is with the example of a tuning fork. If two identical tuning forks are placed side by side, with not much space in between, hit one fork to cause the emanation of its characteristic oscillation, the other fork, which has not been hit, also starts to resonate. As a result, both forks resonate with identical frequencies.

On repeating the test with two different tuning forks, the tuning fork swinging first will not be able to trigger the second fork, because it has no resonance ability. If we transfer this phenomenon to the bioresonance, we have already found the explanation, why the bioresonance according to Paul Schmidt is also called the gentle bioresonance; taking into account the biological window. A 'wrong' frequency is unable to find a resonance spot in the organism, therefore it results in no effect whatsoever.

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