How is the measurement with the Oligoscan done?

The actual measurement with the Oligoscan is very simple. After entering the necessary patient’s data the Oligoscan is gently pressed on four points of the hand palm. The light beam will determine the intensity of the electromagnetic signals of 34 elements. Thereafter, the computer calculates the results that are typically displayed on three A4 pages within 30 seconds.
On page 1 you find the results ​​of 20 minerals and trace elements, including a global overview of deficits and surpluses. The following elements are analyzed: calcium (Ca), magnesium (Mg), phosphorus (P), silicon (Si), sodium (Na), potassium (K), copper (Cu), zinc (Zn), iron (Fe) , manganese (Mn), chromium (Cr), vanadium (V), boron (B), cobalt (Co), molybdenum (Mo), iodine (I), lithium (Li), germanium (Ge), selenium (Se) and sulfur (S).
On page 2 the results ​​of 14 toxic, heavy metals are printed, including the global metal intoxication, and the extent in which the sulfoconjugation of the liver is blocked. That is a function of the liver in order to neutralize toxins. The ratios of four major pairs are calculated: Ca/Mg, Ca/P, K/Na and Cu/Zn. In percentages the degree of oxidative damage versus protection is calculated (oxidation versus antioxidation).
On page 3 the degree of acidity (acidosis) and the predisposition to diabetes and allergies are listed. Finally, ten functions are analyzed based on the values ​​of all elements, such as enzyme activity and the cardiovascular system.

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