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Notes by doctor Aleshin. Eczema. EX735Ag Slider x2

Sergey Valentinovich Aleshin | 12.04.2013

9 April 2013

For me, the most important criterion of the problem area is how long the dose is performed, with devices of the 700 series.

Peculiarity of these devices is that in spite of how moist the skin is (it can even be moistened with water) the dose will be performing during a long time on the problem area, and it will be finished quite quickly on the healthy area. When using devices of OKB Ritm, the dose on the dry area was performed during a long time, and on the moistened skin — quickly.

Depending on the action mode, the dose duration with EX735Ag Slider x2 may differ.

Today I worked with my long-standing patient who had eczema rash on her hands during last 3 months.

She is having sessions once a week, as this is convenient for her. During the last sessions the rash began to subside. And now it suddenly aggravated — the rash and discomfort increased. While doing Voll’s diagnostics I found out liver condition unexpectedly aggravated, which influenced her skin. Other deflections were found to hypothalamus points (on the head). I have worked on all possible liver areas — the device performed doses quite quickly — within 2–3 minutes maximum. The last area was the head. Temples — areas of thinking. And here we had such an outburst! Activity indicator kept beeping without rest and dose indicator could hardly reach the middle point by the 12th minute of action and then stopped halfway without any further progress. And then it turned out that the patient had really serious reasons for her condition (her son was facing life hazard) and the last few days she was so much worried about this. I only had patience to watch the screen until the 16th minute of action. The dose was not completed, but I was quite satisfied with such sensitiveness of this device and its ability to “understand” the human soul so deeply.

Sergey Valentinovich Aleshin
“SCENAR+” Centre of intensive recovery of health, Rostov-on-Don, Russia

Translated by Elena Khatkova “LET Medical”