The Biotracer, is a frequency generation and body reaction detection device.
The metal handheld electrode (metal cylinder), passes a small electrical current through the human body, of 6V (volt), this is equivalent to holding 4 x AAA 1.5V batteries (in series) between thumb and middle finger.
The finger sensor reads the body’s response (BRV) to the electrical current (frequency), applied via the handheld electrode or (metal cylinder).
The Body Reaction Values (BRV)’s are displayed on a graph.
The scan takes 7 minutes to complete.
This also applies to all living species and veterinary science
This is achieved by various electrical, chemical, hormonal, and other mechanisms of the body.
Some of these controlling effects are relatively easy to observe namely:
Heart rate – electrically measurable with an ECG monitor
Brainwaves – electrically measurable with an EEG monitor
pH – chemically measurable with a pH meter
Blood pressure – mechanically measurable with a stethoscope and an inflatable cuff
The body and cells are continuously identifying and destroying pathogens (viruses, bacteria, fungi, and parasites) and build intricate molecular systems to improve immunity against these pathogens.
These identifying mechanisms are complex and powerful and use an unknown number of actions, the basis of which are identification through pathogen chemistry and pathogen genetics.
The immune system has the capability to identify pathogens by frequencies related to the physical genetic structure of the pathogen.
The skin is the largest organ in the human body, and richly innervated.
Neurological tissue and skin originate from the same embryonic layer - the ectoderm. Skin Conductance or EDA (ElectroDermal Activity) can utilise the sympathetic nervous system peripherally and centrally, as confirmed by functional MRI.1
This is done through sympathetic post-ganglionic fibres, consisting of non-myelinated class C fibres, innervating sweat glands or eccrine glands.
Bioelectrical impedance analysis (BIA) is used to assess body composition, intra- and extracellular water, and components, capitalising on the conductive properties of the body. BIA is considered safe and accurate.2
By understanding these concepts and how the body will react to frequency stimuli, the EPD Bio-Tracer was developed.
McBride and Schmorrow, 1967-2005; Sadler, 2014; Critchley, 2002; Dawson, Schell and Filion, 2007
Mialich et al., 2014; Kotler et al., 1996; Nyboer and Kornmesser, 1970
• The EPD Bio-Tracer utilizes a combination of the techniques described in the introduction
• EPD Technology measures the body’s reaction by using the conducting properties of the skin, and its ability to use the sympathetic nervous system. All the claims we make are backed by sound scientific methods, calculations and processes.
• The reactions are measured and are mathematically analysed by correlating the relationship between these frequencies and pathogen structures that have activated the body’s immune system response during measurement.
Transmit a series of pre-determined frequencies to the body. If that pathogen is active, the body (and compromised cells) reacts holistically and immediately.
The EPD Bio-Tracer identifies this reaction at the administered frequencies.
The unit uses the genetic structures of pathogens to correlate to the reacting frequencies.
The frequencies are compared to a database of 7,000+ pathogens and subspecies (which is continually updated).
The pathogens that correlate significantly to the frequencies are displayed for further action by a health professional.