Biomagnetic Pair Therapy
|Posted on April 5, 2013 at 8:35 PM||comments ()|
While the medical community continues to promote the idea that there are 3 strains of hepatitis: A, B and C, Dr. Goiz declares that many other types of pathogens cause hepatitis-like symptoms, and thus may stimulate identical antibodies. These secondary pathogens resonate with the viruses that produce hepatitis symptoms.
When there is extreme acidity (low pH) in the liver, this indicates that there are bacteria somewhere else in the body that are producing this acid condition, such as the anaerobic bacteria Pasteurella (located in the descending colon), also Chlamedia, which is located in the duodenum, Klepsiela, which is found in the ascending colon and Vibrio Cholerae, found in the transverse colon.
Conversely, a severely alkaline liver indicates that pathogens somewhere in the body are resonating with the Hep virus, producing cirrhosis of the liver, such as listeria (found in the pylorus).
For each of these conditions, the magnets will push the Hydrogen ion (H+) charges together and cancel them out, thereby regulating all of the organ's pH and eliminating the disease.
This theory has merit, considering that Dr. Goiz has had thousands of successful cases of hepatitis patients who were diagnosed by doctors with one of the 3 main strains. In these cases, the doctor found the resonating bacterial partner of the hepatitis virus, and destroyed it. His patient's follow up blood results come back normal. Dr. Goiz encourages his patients to first have clinical tests done by trusted laboratories. After one session, he advises his patients to wait one week before getting follow up tests. When his patients return to him with normal tests, the treatment is complete. When they show continued problems, he searches for another possible pair, until the tests are normal.
|Posted on January 10, 2013 at 6:37 PM||comments ()|
According to the A.D.A.M. Medical Encyclopedia, Mononucleosis (Mono or Kissing Disease) is a viral infection that causes fever, sore throat, and swollen lymph glands, especially in the neck.
Mono is often spread by saliva and close contact and occurs most often in those age 15 to 17. However, the infection may develop at any age. It is usually linked to the Epstein-Barr virus (EBV), but can also be caused by other organisms such as cytomegalovirus (CMV) which are both types of herpesviruses.
Longterm complications of mononucleosis may include bacterial infection of the throat, Hemolytic anemia, hepatitis with jaundice (more common in patients older than 35)inflammation of the testicles (orchitis), nervous system problems (rare), such as Guillain-Barre syndrome, meningitis, seizures, temporary facial paralysis (Bell's palsy), uncoordinated, movements (ataxia), spleen rupture (rare; avoid pressure on the spleen), skin rash (Gianotti-Crosti syndrome - acrodermatitis of childhood), and death is possible in people who have a weakened immune system.
Biomagnetic pair therapy has identified Epstein-Barr and its many cousins. The treatment neutralizes the viruses by altering the pH of the tissue and organs where they have established for possibly many years. The many symptoms caused by all of these pathogens will disappear and a feeling of balance and well being will return to the body.