Environmental Pollution and
Environmental Illnesses

Therapy Possibilities

Practice Applications for OIRF
Director’s Notes and Comments

This is an addendum to the preceding article.
Please follow this link tosee the full article by Olaf Schultz-Friese, HP

1) Colon-Hydro Therapy:

  • CHT is not an OIRF recommended method
  • However, CHT has some excellent, specific and highly effective applications
  • Long term constipation can be handled in a number of different ways including:
    • CHT
    • Enemas (more gentle than CHT)
    • Guided use of Epsom Salts
    • Application of some of the Mayr principles
    • Base powders
    • Etc.

2) MORA® BioResonance Therapy

  • Although very short, this is a good concise explanation of MORA and BioResonance Therapy
  • Clearly the author has a good understanding of the concepts of BioResonance and utilizes MORA effectively for detoxification.
  • These concepts make MORA Therapy highly effective, besides for detoxification, for allergies (especially), intolerances, skin disorders, bowel disorders and so many more
  • MORA alone will initialize the detoxification response and can be utilized individually as well as in combination with other therapies.
    • Support with drainage
    • Organ specific remedies (which can also be delivered electronically via BioResonance
    • Lots of good water,
  • MORA BioResonance Therapy will always increase speed and efficacy of complementary therapies.
  • Can also be complemented by:
    • BioPhoton Therapy – especially for skin rashes and other skin disorders
    • Inhaled Ionized Oxygen – for increase of healing energy and regeneration of cell respiration

3) REGENA Therapy

  • These highly powerful and effective complex homeopathic remedies were developed in Switzerland but unfortunately are not available in North America
  • Sadly, they are also not available in electronic format within the Med-Tronik Electronic Test Sets (ETS)
  • Alternatives for these complex homeopathic remedies are:
    • Electronic Test Sets (multiple companies including SANUM)
    • Pascoe (actual and ETS)
    • Wala (actual and ETS)
    • Pekana (domestically available)
    • Heel (actual or ETS)
    • Staufen (actual, and many nosodes on ETS)

An Addendum for OIRF Supporters
From THE BRIDGE Newsletter of OIRF
Published July 2015

© Copyright 2015, Occidental Institute, BC Canada

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