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What happens during a treatment?

In a typical Biophoton treatment, the client will be required to hold a glass rod in each hand or place his/her feet on glass plates, through which an electrical current travels. Both glass elements are connected to the Chiren, which is used to activate opposite vibrations to those expressed in the incoherent areas, thus eliminating the discrepancies that cause the existing disturbances. Adults may expect treatment to last approximately one hour, depending on the number of disturbances. At the end of the treatment, the original disturbance points are again measured and the biontologist is able to ascertain if the disturbance has been eliminated and if the body is once more in balance (coherent). If the disturbance persists, treatment is repeated.

Who Should not be treated?

Because this therapy is designed to reject foreign matter and increase the immune system, recipients of organ transplants, including those with pig valves in their heart, and people with artificial arteries, veins, shunts or artificial urethras should not be treated because of the likelihood of rejection of those foreign organs. Other forms of prosthetics do not present a problem.

What can I expect after a treatment?

After treatment, it is very normal to feel slightly fatigued which can last up to a day. This is caused by the body’s effort to eliminate the disturbances and wastes, which are part of the detoxification process. The detoxification process works to cleanse the internal systems and restore health. It is important to drink at least 2 litres of water a day for 2-3 days after treatment to avoid possible headaches and assist the kidneys in their effort to release toxins. While it’s not necessary to take complete rest, it’s important to avoid further fatigue or stress the body, so it is recommended that sports and high physical activity should be avoided for at least 24 hours immediately following a treatment.