Discussion in 'Alternative Therapies' started by Fuzzyhead, Oct 13, 2015.
Anyone tried this therapy?
I once looked into using a SCIO machine - which is a biofeedback machine. Do you know if that's the same thing? Trouble was, I had difficulty finding a practitioner who would take me through a session! My search continues.
I have no idea if it's the same, i am in the UK and there is one 3 hrs away. It uses the bodies own electromagnetic frequencies.
i am undergoing this now in hale clinic london
done around 4-5 on top of other stuff.
Interesting, how does it work?
Is it helping? Do they tell you what is causing what and which organ etc?
well in lay terms....electro magnetic impulses are pushed through your body via an emitter and a dial on your left hand and aluminum plate on your right hand.
you sit with headphones and hear weird magnetic noises.
at the end it tells you what state your organs are out of 100 and any active infections.
Is it quackery? Well all my organs were >90%, exceptionally high and in good condition.
Spleen was exception, performance 50%....a mess.
The doc says better like this, as only one target region.
Patients with 5 or 6 underfunctional organs are harder to treat,
It detected streptoccus and staphoccilus active in spleen. (bio magnetic signature wavelength of this micro organism)
Live blood analysis confirmed dysfunctional immune cells...spleen major organ involved in WBC formation, storage etc,
So, Hale knew to target spleen infection based on both analysis.
When I started there I was awful shape maybe a 2/3 from 10. I mean going to london, airports etc, took EVERY drop of energy from me.
Today, I visited gym (weights only, no cardio), first time in 22 months.
Function level now around 8. Been stable for around 10-12 days.
I visit Hale every 10 days or so.
My protocol is aimed at tackling mutli facets of CFS.
Below is my daily regime blended together by myself and the Doc at Hale.
When I visit Hale I get IV infusions of Glutathione, Vit C (35g), a spleen and thymus gland DNA IV blueprint of some sort (in basic terms)
Amino Acid tabs or Protein Shake
Gingko Biloba (microcirculation)
Istin X 5mg (vasodilation)
Tic Tox (Lyme)
Astragulus (draw lyme&association from lymphs)
NAC (detox pathway)
LDN x 2.5ml (nk boost+modulate)
AHCC (nk boost)
Prednisone X5mg Day (cool inflammation)
Mast Cell Stabilise (immunology ii)
H1/H2 blockers (anti histamine)
Nueroprotek (excellent stuff - if you can afford it..own it...highly underrated stuff)
DHA/Choline /Colostrum (not critical but good for mast cells)
Phosphatidylserine (cortisol suppressant)
I have tinkered A LOT over the last 3 years.
Current protocol is ace....but we all know what false dawns are like.
I am paying a LOT for this, but I am recovering my life I feel now. Its is priceless feeling. My mind is as sharp as anything...you get the mental things back first...trains of thought...wit....humour...you feel as if you can laugh again.
I am not deviating now to see if this current protocol continues this vein of stability.
We skimmed the list down so we try and cover all angles but keeping it manageable.
If I remain stable for a period of months I will start to drop off supps one by one slowly.
Wow thanks for sharing that @gregh286 . One question I have, how were your mast cells effecting you in the illness and any noticeable improvement there?
I had angioedema attacks last 20 years..facial only.
So i have prior history of mast cell issue.
For all we know mast cell is.central cause of cfs.
I often thought my cfs was an advancement of already existing mast cell issue.
I wont know for a few months which of the above supps are having most noticeable effect.
I have thought the same about mast cells! I think a vaccine made mine go on high alert. Again, thanks for sharing.
I hope that you never know - that as you drop them off you remain stable.
I tried bioresonance about 10 years ago. I liked it a lot and saw improvements quickly. It also kept my senior dog healthy for 3 years post chemotherapy treatments for Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma.
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