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BIORESONANCE

Other Names:

Appareil Mora, Biocom, Biocommunication, Biophysical Information, Biorésonance, Bioresonance Therapy, Biorresonancia, Information Biophysique, Mora Device, Mora Therapy, Morathérapie, Multicom, Multiresonance, Multirésonance, Thérapie Mora.

BIORESONANCE Overview
BIORESONANCE Uses
BIORESONANCE Side Effects
BIORESONANCE Interactions
BIORESONANCE Overview Information

Bioresonance is a method used to diagnose disease or medical conditions based on electromagnetic waves. It is also used for treating conditions associated with “abnormal” electromagnetic waves including pain, headaches, migraine, circulatory conditions, and skin diseases.

Bioresonance uses an instrument called the Mora device that is believed to receive and measure electromagnetic waves that are emitted from a person's body. Bioresonance and the Mora device were created by Dr. F. Morrell in Germany in the 1970s.

How does it work?

Bioresonance uses an instrument called the Mora device that is believed to receive and measure electromagnetic waves that are emitted from a person's body. The device identifies “abnormal” waves, which are associated with disease, and then “normalizes” the waves. The normalized waves are then sent back to the person to treat the condition.

There is no reliable scientific evidence that bioresonance is an accurate indicator of medical conditions or disease or an effective treatment for any condition.

BIORESONANCE Uses & Effectiveness What is this?

Insufficient Evidence for:

  • Identifying or diagnosing medical conditions.
  • Pain.
  • Headaches.
  • Migraine.
  • Circulatory conditions.
  • Skin diseases.
  • Other conditions.
More evidence is needed to rate the effectiveness of bioresonance for these uses.


BIORESONANCE Side Effects & Safety

There isn’t enough information to know whether bioresonance is safe. However, since bioresonance is noninvasive, it would not be expected to cause harm. The concern is that people might forego proven modern diagnostic techniques and rely instead on bioresonance to diagnose or treat diseases. This practice would be UNSAFE.

Special Precautions & Warnings:

Pregnancy and breast-feeding: Not enough is known about the use of bioresonance during pregnancy and breast-feeding. Stay on the safe side and avoid use.

BIORESONANCE Interactions What is this?

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