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Biowave 21 Goldern Stream
Biowave 77

BioWave, an approved resonance therapy device "made in Germany"
Medi-Gen is a German developer and manufacturer of high quality resonance therapy units that are capable of running the frequencies according to Royal Rife, Hulda Clark and the German natural health practitioner Alan E. Baklayan.


Unlike nearly all American built units, these German made devices are fully medically approved for use in Europe as they are med CE class IIa, rule 9 certified. This means that they can be openly and legally used by doctors, clinics, hospitals and natural health practicioners throughout Europe and there are many hundreds of them using them as part of their treatment stategy.

In particular, these units are being used in large numbers by European naturopaths (“Heilpraktiker” in German, literally “Healing practitioner”) and over 50000 of these units have already been sold in Europe.


Called ResIWave outside Europe
A special version has been made for sales outside Europe called the ResIWave (Resonance Induced Wave generator) to avoid confusion with an American company called BioWave, yet is totally unrelated.

The ResIWave and (European) BioWave devices are made with the same hardware, yet the software differs a little with the ResIWave having an internal program for Lyme disease whereas the BioWave needs a seperate chip-card instead. However, the ResIWave units with "golden stream" have exactly the same software as the European models as it is not possible to store both the Lyme and golden stream programs in the internal memory.

This also means that the ResIWave devices, that have an internal Lyme program, cannot be upgraded to "golden stream" without first installing the European firmware (without internal Lyme) first.

Note: Although fully approved for medical application within Europe, the device has not been approved as a medical device by the FDA in the USA.

Background

Medi-gen is a small company located in the depths of Bavaria (in southern Germany not far from Munich) which have really put “Rife therapy” on the map in Germany and many parts of Europe. Medi-Gen Technology Ltd started out a few years ago producing a Clark Zapper and, as a result of teaming up with the German naturopath A.E. Baklayan, they have now developed a range of devices and accessories selling by the thousands. As all their business activities have been conducted in German until recently, they are hardly known outside German speaking countries and are now being actively marketed in northern Europe including the UK. It was Medi-Gen who was behind the first European Rife Congress in 2008 where I was a guest speaker amongst an impressive list of German practitioners and about 200 attendees, mainly naturopaths and doctors from Germany.

The concept of their BioWave Frequency units is designed around the practitioner/patient environment typical in Germany. They are battery (9V) operated pad frequency units about the size of a large PDA with a display, keypad, chip-card drive and hand electrodes/wrist straps. The frequency range is from 1 Hz up to 1 MHz (but capable of reaching 2.5 MHz). They have also designed and built a larger Digitron unit aimed at more serious practitioners.

As this device is a major "Rife-type" device made and marketed in Europe, I am going to review these devices in detail here.


Our Review

I have been using both the BW21 and BW77 units for about 2 years now and although I do have other Rife units in my collection, these have become my units of choice. They are simple enough to use and very portable so I can run a program while walking around with the unit in my pocket. The chip-card system is a clever way of expanding the unit’s capabilities while allowing the unit to be medically certified in Europe. Think of the BW21 patient unit like a kind of CD-player (with a few songs built-in), that can play any number of CDs as to your personal taste. In the BW21, there are a few internal programs like TENS, Clark, Beck, etc. but the real trick is the ability to play the wide range of chip-cards that have been developed. These preprogrammed chip-cards were developed by experienced practitioners like Alan E. Baklayan who is well known for his groundbreaking medical research in electrotherapy.

The patient just needs to buy, borrow or rent the unit from their practicioner and simply run the chip-card relevant to their condition. If a pre-programmed chip-card is not available for the patient's condition, the practitioner (or anyone who has a suitable BW77 or Digitron unit) can simply program a chip-card exactly as needed.

The company holds regualar seminars and trainings for the practitioners using these devices. I have attented a few of these which allowed me to talk to a number of the practitioners using these devices in their practices.
The reports have always been encouraging to say the least. The low-cost patient-unit concept has certainly allowed much larger numbers of people to be able to afford, buy and use them. Sure, the company admitted to me that they earn more money on the chip-cards than on the units, but that also shows that these units work and are helping thousands of people.

I certainly am going to continue to use mine and while these units will not do everything that their more expensive Digitron unit (or some of the more expensive American units) can, one should consider if one needs those additional features for the additional cost involved. If you just need a reliable Rife unit to treat your own condition, and do not want to get involved in the technicalities of how to program the thing. You will probably find the BW21, with the relevant chip-cards, is all you need. If you want to have full control of the frequencies used and be able to program it yourself, then the BW77 is the one for you.


Chip-Cards

The BioWave unit is very easy to operate and by itself is basically a TENS unit with some extra features. Its internal functions include the typical Clark frequencies in the 7-20-7-20-7 minute (7 min treatment, 20 min break, etc.) zapping regime, continuous zapping for an hour, the INF, CLD and Pain programs, the Beck 3.92 Hz blood electrification, 3 TENS programs and a 1 kHz Zappicator mode (more on that later). There is also a "Golden Stream" version which is well worth considering (more on that later). It is however the chip-card system which makes this device so interesting.

The clever part of this unit is the use of chip-cards (the same size as the standard SIM card found in most mobile phones) to expand the functionality. A range of pre-programmed chip-cards are available, for all the common treatments asked for, with new chip-cards being released all the time. The idea is that the patient buys this low-cost unit (about 250 Euros or $370 in the international version) along with the chip-card for whatever needs to be treated (about €25/$30 each). The unit will also run individually programmable chip-cards prepared on the upmarket unit (BW77) using up to 30 frequencies in the range 1 Hz to 1 MHz (.01 Hz steps).

The unit generates a very clean square wave with either no offset, a positive offset (Clark) or a positive offset of 0.25V and this can be pre-programmed from 1V up to 15V. The international version (the one sold in dollars under the name ResIWave) also adds a range of popular Rife frequencies and the BO function (no need to buy the BO chip-card) to those useable without chip-cards. The BW21 is by design NOT user programmable, in order to keep the price down to an absolute minimum, be very easy to use, yet capable of running any set of frequencies programmed on a chip-card.

The idea behind this is for the practitioner to be able to provide the unit either with a preprogrammed or an individually programmed chip-cards to the patient’s needs. It therefore makes sense that the patient unit (BW21) cannot be used to reprogram the cards as you want to keep the unit simple and low cost while avoiding having the patient altering anything.


BW 21 or BW 77?

The more powerful BW77 unit is physically the same size and design as the BW21, yet with a better alphanumeric keypad. Internally, the unit has everything the BW21 has plus a number of extra features, making this the unit of choice for the practitioner and serious Rife researcher. The additional features mainly revolve around the ability to program frequencies individually into the unit and save them on plug-in chip-cards (that can then also be used on the BW21). Frequencies can be programmed either by entering them manually (with 2 decimal places and up to 1 MHz), or from a number of database chip-cards offering frequencies from the Rife CAFL, a large range of Clark frequencies, or frequencies researched in Germany by Alan E. Baklayan ND and others. Some of these databases are huge, listing conditions / parasites by name—making it very easy to program the unit by name without even needing to know the frequencies themselves. Each frequency can be programmed with the duration to run (up to 99 min), offset (none, positive, positive +0.25V) and a descriptive name. If you enter a name for a frequency, that name is displayed instead of the frequency number, which can be useful if you do not want the patient to know which frequency has been used. Up to 30 frequencies can be programmed into the unit this way. Once programmed, you can then store the program onto an empty “master chip-card” which can also be given a name for easy identification later (displayed when inserted). These master chip-cards can be reprogrammed an unlimited number of times and allow the patient to simply insert the card and press the RUN button.This allows a practitioner to buy just one BW77 to do the programming and a number of BW21 units for their patients. The patients usually buy the BW21 units as they are not too expensive and can be expanded for other uses by just buying extra pre-programmed chip-cards. In Germany, particularly the BW21 units have been literally sold in the thousands mainly through a network of hundreds of practitioners individually treating their patients. This has also resulted in a large demand for pre-programmed chip-cards and the numbers of titles are being constantly expanded.A team of practitioners now work together to develop new treatment protocols that can be used with these units. The most important of these so far is a recent project to develop a therapy for menstrual period pain relief. Based on a German clinical study, by Dr med. Stefan Rastocny, using a number of frequencies to treat common bacteria and fungi, the study has had a number of patients whose pain level dropped from 10 (scale of 0-10) down to 2 or 3 after just two months of treatment. The results so far have been incredible and really made a difference to the ladies who tried this method. Once the two month therapy was completed, most patients reported a considerable improvement and no further treatments were necessary with subsequent periods remaining at the low pain level. Anyone wishing to try this treatment themselves simply needs the BW21 unit and the "chip-card EN" for Endometriosis, menstrual pain. Online info on this is available in German only, and information in English is being prepared for release soon.
http://www.regelschmerzfrei.info - German language website for menstral period pain relief.Click here to read that site with a Google translation (not perfect)


Lyme Disease

One of the most popular uses of resonance therapy devices like this, is to treat Lyme disease. A special Lyme chip (BO) was developed some time ago, but patients discoved this helped a lot at first but then helped less and less as the Lyme disease changed. This led to one of the German practitioners (who is both a full medical doctor and natural health practitioner) to reseach this problem in more depth. Using the experince he gained from treating hundreds of Lyme patients in his practice, he discovered it was necessary to use more specific frequencies for the patient's individual case. In order to determing the correct therapy for each patient, the patient needs to submit a blood sample which is then examined in the lab to determine the exact treatment needed (test costs about 100 Euro). Then, a patient specific chip-card is made that has been found to be much more effective in providing a lasting relief against Lyme disease. For this reason, I suggest anybody considering such a unit to treat Lyme and prepared to pay a little extra for a more effective treatment, should avoid the standard Lyme chip-card and go straight for the individual therapy instead.





Golden Stream
The BW21 unit is their basic unit designed to be given (sold, rented or loaned) to the patient by the practitioner. The unit itself is very easy to operate and by itself offers the typical Clark frequencies in the 7-20-7-20-7 minute (7 min treatment, 20 min break, etc.) zapping regime, continuous zapping for an hour, the INF, CLD and Pain programs, the Beck 3.92 Hz blood electrification, 3 TENS programs and a 1 kHz Zappicator mode (more on that later).


The unit generates a very clean square wave with either no offset, a positive offset (Clark) or a positive offset of 0.25V and this can be pre-programmed from 1V up to 15V. The international version (the one sold in dollars under the name ResIWave) also adds a range of popular Rife frequencies and the BO function (no need to buy the BO chip-card) to those useable without chip-cards. The BW21 is by design NOT user programmable, in order to keep the price down to an absolute minimum, be very easy to use, yet capable of running any set of frequencies programmed on a chip-card. The idea is that the practitioner can program the chip-cards to the patient’s needs and the patient should not be able to change the program themselves. Despite the very competitive price of just $369 for a Clark, Rife, Beck and TENS frequency unit, it is fully medically approved as a TENS machine at one of the strictest certified bodies for medical equipment (class IIa, rule 9), which allows this unit to be legally used by any practitioners (mainstream or alternative) throughout Europe. American FDA certification has not even been applied for yet, however even this is being considered as a future option.The more powerful BW77 unit is physically the same size and design as the BW21 except for the better alphanumeric keypad. Internally, the unit has everything the BW21 has plus a number of extra features, making this the unit of choice for the practitioner and serious Rife researcher. The additional features mainly revolve around the ability to program frequencies individually into the unit and save them on plug-in chip-cards (that can then also be used on the BW21).Frequencies can be programmed either by entering them manually (with 2 decimal places and up to 1 MHz), or from a number of database chip-cards offering frequencies from the Rife CAFL, a large range of Clark frequencies, or frequencies researched in Germany by Alan E. Baklayan ND and others. Some of these databases are huge, listing conditions / parasites by name—making it very easy to program the unit by name without even needing to know the frequencies themselves.Each frequency can be programmed with the duration to run (up to 99 min), offset (none, positive, positive +0.25V) and a descriptive name. If you enter a name for a frequency, that name is displayed instead of the frequency number, which can be useful if you do not want the patient to know which frequency has been used. Up to 30 frequencies can be programmed into the unit this way. Once programmed, you can then store the program onto an empty “master chip-card” which can also be given a name for easy identification later (displayed when inserted). These master chip-cards can be reprogrammed an unlimited number of times and allow the patient to simply insert the card and press the RUN button.This allows a practitioner to buy just one BW77 to do the programming and a number of BW21 units for their patients. The patients usually buy the BW21 units as they are not too expensive and can be expanded for other uses by just buying extra pre-programmed chip-cards. In Germany, particularly the BW21 units have been literally sold in the thousands mainly through a network of hundreds of practitioners individually treating their patients. This has also resulted in a large demand for pre-programmed chip-cards and the numbers of titles are being constantly expanded.A team of practitioners now work together to develop new treatment protocols that can be used with these units. The most important of these so far is a recent project to develop a therapy for menstrual period pain relief. Based on a German clinical study, by Dr med. Stefan Rastocny, using a number of frequencies to treat common bacteria and fungi, the study has had a number of patients whose pain level dropped from 10 (scale of 0-10) down to 2 or 3 after just two months of treatment. The results so far have been incredible and really made a difference to the ladies who tried this method. Once the two month therapy was completed, most patients reported a considerable improvement and no further treatments were necessary with subsequent periods remaining at the low pain level. Anyone wishing to try this treatment themselves simply needs the BW21 unit and the "chip-card EN" for Endometriosis, menstrual pain. Online info on this is available in German only, and information in English is being prepared for release soon.
http://www.regelschmerzfrei.info - German language website for menstral period pain relief.Click here to read that site with a Google translation (not perfect)

Additional Applications
Apart from standard uses with frequencies in the Clark, Rife and Beck ranges, these units can be adapted for a number of other additional uses not usually associated with such frequency devices.

Brain Tuner
A special add-on program allows the units to be used as a Brain Tuner. I have not tried this myself, so cannot comment on how well this works. It is claimed to synchronize brain waves and regulate brain transmitter functions.

Colloidal Silver
A popular accessory allows the unit to be used as a colloidal silver maker. Again, I have not tested this myself.

Plate Zapping
(according to A.E. Baklayan)
A simple add-on plate, between the unit and the patient, is connected to the red cable and this allows information from ampoules (viles) on the plate to be passed onto the patient. For example, in order to treat parasitic roundworms (ascaris), you simply place a roundworm ampoule on the plate and run the zappicator frequency. It is possible to treat several complaints at the same time this way. This method has been developed in great detail by the German practitioners and they have certainly reported good results.

Zappicator
The zappicator is used to energise food, water, cosmetics, medicines, supplements, etc. according to Hulda Clark. In Europe, the units are sold under the name BioWave with principle markets being Germany and some other European countries increasingly the UK. As there is already another company with the name BioWave in the USA (they make TENS units), it is not possible to use that name internationally for legal reasons. The international marketing is therefore under the name ResIWave which stands for “Resonance Initiated Wave” generator and is to be marketed using the domain
www.resiwave.com.



 
 
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