What is qiWELLNESS

qiWELLNESS

Device qiWELLNESS (health through Qi energy) enables diagnosis an therapy according to the Traditional Chinese Medicine, whilst utilising few modern techniques:

  • RYODORAKU diagnosis. Its inventor is Nakatani of the Japanese origin. Therapy has been invented in mid  XX century. It enables to assess level of the energy flow within main meridians within physical body. Assessment is based on measuring the resistance within designated acupuncture points.
     
  • Carry out Rydoraku diagnosis, which based on the received results enables to restore energy flow within 12 meridians. This therapy also stimulates or hinder performance of the organs associated with relevant meridians.  Analogically, this type of therapy works as acupuncture, which brings homeostasis within human body.
     
  • VOLL diagnosis (Voll electro-puncture aka EAV). Inventor of this therapy is German Dr Reinhold Voll. Method has been developed 40-70 XX. It allows you to access whether our organism is in balance, hyper or hypo-functioning or weakening particular organ within our body.
     
  • VEGATEST diagnosis is a method mapped out by Dr Helmut Shimmel in 70 XX. It is based on EAV method. It measures vegetal nervous system in designated acupuncture point when patient is exposed to the pathogen containing substance. Currently, vegatest has been classified to pseudo- scientific medical method. However a lot of publications provided strong evidence that this method is highly successful when detecting virulent and food allergies.
     
  • ARIKULO DIAGNOSIS and ARIKULO THERAPY. These techniques allow to diagnose with high probability number of popular afflictions and support their healing based on measuring the resistance within specific points located within the ear and stimulating them with electric current. 
     
  • ELECTRO-PUNCTURE (electro-acupuncture) stimulation acupuncture points with electric current of the specific parameters.  This method is as effective as acupuncture whilst being significantly less invasive on the tissue. Electro-puncture is very effective with healing the pain in both conventional and traditional Chinese medicine.
  • IONTOPHORESIS/TENS therapy with allows you to deposit the drugs under the skin by ion current. You can use DC current or pulse current like in the ZAPPER or TENS device.

The device is made with two circuits:

  1. Measuring and diagnosis (aka miniVOLL)
  2. Therapeutic ( generate specific electric signals)

qiWELLNESS  is an open source construction. it sis similar to other open source protects launched within biotronika platform. Portal aims to enable user to self assemble the device. Device can be assembled from prefabricated modules e.g. circuit boards and does not require knowledge of electronics.

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Device services two types of electrodes:

  • Ryodoraku diagnosis - specifically made for this type of diagnosis.
  • Point electrode - used for diagnosis and electropuncture.

qiWELLNESS electrodes

 

Device is being run by utilising qiWELLNESS software compatible with PC with Windows.

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An example: using Ryodoraku method

Measuring energy flow using Ryodaraku method shows that prior to therapy taking place energy flow has been stopped in one of the meridians (TE, associated with the lymphatic system) and lack of balance within both left and right side of the heart meridians (HT) as well as large intestine (LI).

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After 30 seconds stimulation marked in red points, the following result has occurred: Lung (LU) and pericardium (PC) meridians have been removed from the therapy. 

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Case Study: detecting Borrelia Burgdorferi using VEGATEST

Test has been conducted using qiWELLNESS device on person who has been diagnosed with Borrelia Burgdorferi . Patient has been treated with antibiotics and different methods without achieving any positive results. Regardless of Borrelia patient has been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis and co-infections like Mykoplazma Pneumonia and Chlamydia Pneumonia.

Test has been conducted by using few CMP (Controlled Measuring Point) on the right hand. Left had was holding passive electrode. Sample has been placed within passive electrode. Ref marks results without the sample. Active results has been marked in blue.

Methodology:

  1. Person conducting the test must find point, where pulsating pressure can be applied and achieve regular amplitude of the resistance (min and max at the same levels) - find REF (without the sample). Relevant point can be found using EAV method, where drop of the indicator is no more than 3%-4% per 5 sec. Followed by referencing reading using pulsating method and recording it. 
  2. Then place sample within passive electrode, where below example illustrates Borrelię Burgdorferi.
  3. Try to repeat pulsating result similar to the referencing result. If amplitude is increasing or decreasing outcome has been positive. Even with our best efforts it is challenging to generate even amplitude. Negative result with pathogens sample shows graph similar to the referencing result, which means that no reaction has been shown by the vegetative system. 
  4. When reading is positive, simply repeat test with same pathogen on few different CMP (Controlled Measuring Point) .

Test 1 - Ref (no sample)

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Borrelia sample

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Dropping amplitude - it's extremely hard to keep amplitude whilst making pulsating moves of the electrode. 

Test 2  -Ref

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Borrelia sample

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Another example of the positive result, when making pulsating movement (similar pulsating strength to the previous one) (Ref) you can achieve minimal increase of the resistance whilst less pressure is applied.

Test 3 - Ref

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Case study: The use of ionophoresis with TENS currents in the treatment of sports injuries.

Plantar fasciitis is that sharp, stabbing pain at the bottom of your foot. 

The picture shows how 26 micrograms of naproxene sodium have been deposited in the bottom of the foot.

Used 100Hz frequency with 90% duty cycle. Maximum current (RMS) was 12mA allmost.

After one therapy, walking, running, did not cause pain.

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Active, negative, sine electrode with the naproxen gel.                        

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Positive, auxilary, hand electrode.

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