Rayoscan

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Rayoscan

£1,790.00£7,890.00

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incl. Rayoscan Electrode cable 60 cm and 100 Rayoscan-Pads for Rayocomp PS 1000 polar 4.0 (Art.-Nr. 46091)

With the Rayoscan and the Acupuncture-Analysis in the Rayocomp PS 1000 polar 4.0 an ECG-based automatic range value test will be carried out. After the client has been connected to the Rayocomp PS 1000 polar 4.0 via an area detector and the 4 ECG-pads as the lead, all relevant fundamental frequency values, which are related to the meridian points, will be applied as single frequency values to the organism. The Rayocomp PS 1000 polar 4.0 detects the qualitative changes in the heartbeat and evaluates this result energetically.

In details, the acupuncture analysis directly determines how many energetically burdened meridian points can be found in each of the 14 main meridians, which meridian (Yin and Yang) is particularly in need of treatment, considering its total length and the amount of energetic disorders (relative weighting) and if a meridian point should be toned or sedated in order to be energetically harmonized.

With the pinpoint visualization the therapist will receive a comprehensive picture of each of the 12 main and 2 extraordinary meridians regarding an energetic disorder of the individual meridian points.

Type of Software

Hard- and Software incl. Acupuncture Analysis for Rayocomp PS 1000 polar 4.0, veterinary medicine (RAH VET SCAN), Software Upgrade for Acupuncture in Rayocomp PS 1000 polar 4.0, Human

Model

Rayocomp PS 1000 polar 4.0

Accessory Type

Other

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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.