BICOM bioresonance therapy was invented in Germany in 1960's and is used successfully in 80 countries worldwide with a total of 17,000 machines being used. Today there are thousands of bioresonance therapy devices used around the world by doctors and health practitioners. It has been found to be highly effective in treating many ailments, such as allergies, skin problems, chemical and heavy metal toxicity and other conditions including food, drug and alcohol addiction.
Ten years ago, a doctor in Poland applied the basic allergy inversion principle of bioresonance treatment, to working with nicotine addiction with his patients. His results were astounding as he found over 70% success rate with people stopping even after one treatment.
Using BICOM bioresonance therapy, the frequency pattern of nicotine in the body is inverted back to the body as a mirror image. This produces what is called a phase cancellation. This helps the body to dispense with the memory of nicotine and returns it to its original state prior to addiction. As a result, the body’s detoxification system is stimulated to eliminate nicotine and the associated cigarette toxins through the kidneys and skin. This means that you are less likely to crave alternatives that are usually associated with smokers trying to quit. Worldwide, thousands of people have successfully given up smoking using BICOM bioresonance therapy. It is the easiest and most natural way and does not require the use of patches, needles, hypnosis or any other smoking cessation aid.
What you need to know
The Bicom device will remove a nicotine craving but it is not a miracle device, it needs commitment from the patient, they do not necessarily have to have a strong desire to quit initially but for the treatment to be lasting then willpower is also needed. If the patient uses smoking as a stress relief then other substitutes can help during the early months, other cognitive therapies might be needed. The price includes one treatment followed by an additional 2-3 support therapies if required.