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Hadoscan

The video below shows part of a Hadoscan session. The Hadoscan scans the body's organs and components (e.g., chromosomes) and shows inflammation on a scale of 1 (lowest) to 6 (highest). The name of the organ or component being scanned is at the upper left (easier to see when the video is played full screen). Numbers from 1 to 5 are in colored squares. 6 is a black inverted triangle.

After the scan completes (at 9:45), the Hadoscan presents a list of health problem categories in the gray pane at left. The practitioner can check off the ones desired (in this case, A, Unbalanced tissues; B, Pathomorphology; and C, Microorganisms and parasites) and, in the right pane, view the corresponding problems and their locations found during the scan. 

Organ functioning can be balanced with homeopathic, herbal, and other remedies. The Hadoscan has the capacity to store the energetic signatures of numerous remedies and elements and apply them as needed.

EAV (Electroacupuncture According to Voll)

The video below shows part of an EAV session. In EAV (electroacupuncture according to Voll), also known as EDS (electrodermal screening), the subject holds a metal cylinder in one hand that is attached to the computer, while the practitioner, using a probe also attached to the computer, tests acupuncture points on the hands and feet (as shown in the diagram at the extreme right).

Voll determined that properly functioning organs show a stable resistance to a mild electric current (via an acupuncture point), as shown by the colored bar at the left. The level for an optimally functioning organ is 50. Levels above 50 indicate a hyperactive organ or one where inflammation is present. Levels below 50 indicate an underactive organ.

Organ functioning can be balanced with homeopathic, herbal, and other remedies. The EAV has the capacity to store the energetic signatures of numerous remedies and elements and apply them as needed.