RAH "Green-Card"

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RAH "Green-Card"

£99.00£450.00

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The RAH programs tested with the Rayocomp PS 1000 polar 4.0 or the portable Rayocomp PS 10 can be stored on a Green-Card for archiving or for use at home. As RAH programs are often harmonised with different times. Up to 200 RAH programs with their individual harmonisation times can be stored on a Green-Card. Since individual fundamental frequency values - for example from an individual range value test - can be used in addition to the RAH programs, the Green-Card can store up to 500 different fundamental frequency values in addition to the existing 200 RAH programs. The Green-Card therefore combines the fundamental frequency values of Bioresonance according to Paul Schmidt with the RAH programs.

Both the Rayocomp PS 1000 polar 4.0 and the Rayocomp PS 10 automatically start the harmonisation process as soon as a Green-Card is inserted into the bioresonance device. First, the stored individual fundamental frequency values are harmonised for 30 seconds each, followed by the stored RAH programs. Green-Cards are perfect for the application of Bioresonance according to Paul Schmidt at home: Clients can use the customised Green-Card with a Rayocomp PS 10 basic at home and when travelling.

The fundamental frequency values and RAH programs stored on a Green-Card can be deleted and the Green-Card can be rewritten. It is also possible to write-protect the Green-Card if required.

Weight 0.078 kg
Dimensions 16 × 10 × 1 cm
Number of Sets

Set of 1, Set of 5

Accessory Type

Cards

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DISCLAIMER

Please note that the information, advice and solutions provided by Rayonex originate from over 40 years of experience in the Biomedical field.

Furthermore, it is indicated that traditional orthodox medicinal practices do not accept or even recognise the effects of bioenergetic oscillations, even with existing clinical prospective, double-blind randomised, and placebo controlled studies.