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The Science of Frequencies

The Science of Frequencies

  • Healthy Cells - Healthy Bodies

    A cell is the smallest building block in every organ of your body. You have about 70 trillion of them in your body, that is 70 million million! The number of cells in your body is 4,000 larger than the world population! 

    The cells are of course specialized according to their purpose, but the basic “blueprint” of the cell is always the same (in plants, by the way, very similar to animals and humans).

    The DNA as a Blueprint

    Every cell in your body has the same blueprint that is stored in the DNA. Each of your cells contains this entire blueprint for all other body cells, with each cell having a data memory of approximately 2 gigabytes.

    Of these, only about 3 percent is used to store genetic information; the purpose of thTe remaining storage space in the cell is largely unexplained.

    The Cell Nucleus

    The structure and internal functioning of every one of your cells is largely the same. The cell nucleus as the boss, the mitochondria as power plants, the ATP as energy storage, the endoplasmic reticulum as the intestine, the Golgi apparatus as an enzyme producer and the cell membrane as the outer shell that holds everything together.

    Each of your cells has its own metabolism: water, nutrients and oxygen have to enter, metabolic products need to be taken out for health and medical purposes.

    A Strong Cell as a Basis for Health 

    The cell researchers Dr. Robert O. Becker and Dr. Bjorn Nordenstrong, the latter a former president of the Nobel Prize Commission, have discovered that many chronic and acute diseases can develop when the cell membrane tension drops.

    According to their model, humans are only as healthy as the health of their cells, and their ability to communicate with each other. Cell health can therefore be determined by one simple parameter: the electrical cell membrane voltage.

    According to the cell membrane voltage model, a cell ideally has a voltage of -70 mV and thus enough energy to live and communicate with the other cells. In the course of disease, this voltage is often reduced to -50 mV. At -40 mV pain and inflammation can start to occur. At -15 mV, according to Becker and Nordenstrom, is the threshold below which the cell can mutate into a tumor cell.

    According to this model, electrical fequencies are the language and the key to cell communication. The fequency modulated microcurrent used in the applications communicates with the cells using the “language” or frequencies. Thus, one goal of the applications is to counteract the extracellular hyperacidity and restore natural cell membrane tension.

    The knowledge of which frequencies can be used during an application played a significant role in the development of Healy. Through information field controlled frequency application, Healy should optimally support the cellular environment and cell membrane voltage with specific and individually selected frequencies and currents.

    In this way, the metabolism and cell division, among other things, should be stimulated in such a way that the ATP synthesis, i.e., the energy production of the cells, and protein synthesis for the construction of the basic building blocks of the human body, are strengthened.

    The resonance analysis function of Healy analyzes the duration of the required frequency for the particular user, and constantly checks the progress of all the applied frequencies. At the right time, Healy automatically switches to the next frequency and applies it until it is no longer needed or the maximum application duration has been reached.

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