On Bioresonance and #Tick-Borne Diseases

I am keeping an eye open for the signs of tick borne and bio weaponized disease markers using my new Bioresonance Machine, the Hunter NLS 4025.

I have discovered some very exciting frequency sets, which did not exist on the model I owned in the States, some years ago.

Bioresonance is also know as vibrational medicine or electrodermal testing. Although this technology is cutting-edge, its science is rooted a fundamentally primitive principle – i.e. that everything on earth has a resonating frequency. To read more about Bioresonance please read here.

Lyme Disease?

My particular interest is Lyme (Borrelia Burgdorferi) and the many co-infections often seen in people who have this and tick borne infectious diseases. So I have been searching and searching for signs of what I already know to be specific markers and tell-tale signs of these illnesses, and what I am surprised to see is that there are more people than I expected carrying these pathogenic organisms and exhibiting specific symptoms.

As I am familiar with my own diagnosed conditions and also those of other peoples, I am able to ascertain how reliable the Hunter 4025 actually is.  Although there is a tremendous amount of information to comb through, I’m finding a way to sort the wheat from the chaff, so to speak, because there is no test which is 100% accurate.

Microorganisms and Helminths

Fungus and Mycotoxins

Various fungal infections such as Aspergillus, Ringworm,  Epidermophyton Floccosum (Cell-com frequency set), Mucor racemosus, Various strains of Candida, Cryptococcus neoformans and many more. I am very interested in slime molds (also eukaryotic);

slime mold Dictyostelium

Slime Molds, also known as “social amoebae,” or cellular slime molds (Dictyostelids), conduct their lives in a bizarre twilight zone between the unicellular and multicellular. Social amoebae scavenge for bacteria as single cells, roaming in forest soils. But when times get tough, they aggregate together and form a visible, multicellular being called a “slug” or grex, about 3 millimeters long. This “slug” then migrates to more bountiful scavenging grounds, where it forms a fruiting body (sorus) on top of a stalk and ejects amoeba spores (kind of like a mushroom). http://www.thoughtandawe.net/biology/slime-mold/

Is the Blepharisma I find in people a type of slime mold?


Bacterial infections are rife, in particular I find Helicobacter Pylori (Microorganisms and Helminths/All toxins Frequency set), which Marianne Middelveen has recently studied in relationship biofilm formation you can see her results here.

Borrelia Burgdorferi and H.pylori were the 2 pathogens isolated in metagenomic analysis of Morgellons tissue. https://aonm.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/Ginger-Savely-London-May-2017.pdf

I also have seen rel=”noopener”>Bartonella/Haemobartonella Felis and Rickettsia in several people.

This pubmed research paper conducted on North American Morgellons Disease sufferers in 2018 shows Borrelia and various co-infections infected the majority of patients in the trial;

All 60 patients (100%) were seropositive for B. burgdorferi infection. Tickborne coinfections in these patients included Babesia spp (62%), Bartonella and Rickettsia (25% each), Ehrlichia (15%) and Anaplasma (10%). Helicobacter pylori was detected in 12% of MD patients.

Dr. Ginger Savely’s (DNP MEd FNP-C) presentation In London in 2017 Chronic Illness Uncovered: Lyme Disease, Viral Pathogens, Morgellons, Mould & More, stated that H.Pylori, Bartonella, Borrelia and Treponema Denticola have all been isolated in Morgellons Lesions.

The usual suspects

Streptococcus and Staphylococcus, E. Coli (of which my GP tells me there is a resistant strain becoming common in the UK).
Various Mycobacterium Infections (Frex Freq), Bacillus Cereus, Enterococcus Faecium. Ureaplasma Urealyticum and Chlamydia Trachomatis in almost everyone. Most common a probably Mycoplasmas, often found in kidneys and urinary system, liver and lungs.


Viral infections are also very common, including Cytomegalovirus (CMV), Reoviruses (linked to Celiac disease), Epstein Barr Virus (EBV), and Hepatitis B and C.


My particular interest is finding parasites, and Pinworm I see in almost every client.

More recently I have focused on trying to find Amoeba’s and Protista (former work involved researching into the link between Morgellons and Algae) and Protozoa and have found an organism called Blepharisma  (frex freq) on several peoples brains and Intestines.

In the same London conference Dr Klinghardt’s presentation talks about Parasites, Mold and Virus’s as being opportunistic infections of Borrelia.

In relation to parasites Dr Klinghardt mentions; Lungworm V.Klapowi, helminths, protozoa.

In relation to Mold; Aspergillus sp., Penicillium sp., Cladosporium.

In relation to Virus’s; HSV 1 &2, CMV, EBV, HHV-6, XMRV, coxsackie, retroviruses.

I am familiar with finding these illnesses in my scans, but also in all except one of my clients.

Dr Armin Schwarzbach PhD uses one of Professor Garth Nicholsons research papers to prove his link between parasites, autoimmune illnesses and various neurodegenerative illnesses;

Evidence of Mycoplasma species, Chlamydia pneumoniae, Borrelia burgdorferi, human herpesvirus-1, -6 and -7 and other bacterial and viral infections revealed high infection rates in the above illnesses that were not found in controls https://aonm.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/Dr.-Armin-Schwarzbach-London-May-2017.pdf

Dr Jess P Armine, in his presentation THE EFFECTS OF MOULD, MYCOTOXINS, MAST CELLS ON THE MICROGLIA, pulls together the overall affect that all these opportunistic infections appear to have on the human body which creates a condition known as Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (CIRS). He talks about the ‘effects of mycotoxins, bacteria and viruses on your genetic pathways and homeostatic physiology’.

I have not found CIRS on the Bioresonance software database but there are many conditions that may be similar.


I am oftentimes overwhelmed at the volume of suggested conditions, many of which are very relevant numbers (meaning more acute or advanced), and by observing my own and others (diagnosed) conditions and symptoms, I am able to assess how reliable these Bioresonance conclusions are.

Common conditions are Adenoma of Prostate (in men), Cholecystitis, Diffuse Goiter, Diabetes Type 1 and 2,  Hypothyroidism, Idiopathic Hypertension, Intestinal Dysbacteriosis, Neuralgia, Otitis and Radiculopathy. Almost everyone has Intestinal Dysbacteriosis and some level of Diabetes, which I prefer to call Glucose Intolerance or Hypo/hyperglycemia (depending on numbers).

What I find interest in is left ear infections or Otitis. The pathogen is usually Amoeba (all toxins frequency set), or/and Fungal, though I cant find which type of Amoeba yet.

Intestinal Dysbacteriosis is usually accompanied by E. Coli and H-Pylori, but sometimes despite my persistence, I cannot always detect a high levels of any micro-organism and so I suspect there is an organism that we don’t have listed in the software database. After all bioresonance is only as good as the frequencies its programmed with.

Vitamins and Mineral Status

A pattern that seems to emerge is low levels of B1, B2 and strangely enough; high levels of Lithium (over 13 mmol/l, this may be related to dehydration) has been common.

I would like to learn more about Lithium….

Turns out B1 deficiency is linked to Mercury toxicity,  and the Mercury toxicity (contaminants and toxic stress load frequency sets) only shows up when there is a B1 deficiency. The website ‘Mercury Free Kids’ draws a lot of info together regarding B1 deficiency;

Thiamine has a sulfur molecule in it, and mercury having an affinity for sulfur will tear the Thiamine compound apart to bind with that sulfur
It came as no surprise to learn that B1 deficiency is also linked to Hypothyroidism,
Forefront health is a great place to learn about this.

I looked into B2 and it seems that it has a relationship with the small intestine, which comes as no surprise. Apparently some pathogens are involved in its synthesis, and actually produce B2;

In addition to being able to produce vitamin B2, some bacteria (e.g., commensals such as Lactobacillus acidophilus and pathogens such as Mycobacterium tuberculosis and Salmonella typhimurium) produce the vitamin B2 intermediate (57–59), 6-hydroxymethyl-8-d-ribityllumazine (60, 61). 6-Hydroxymethyl-8-d-ribityllumazine binds to major histocompatibility complex class I-related gene protein (MR1) on antigen-presenting cells; this causes mucosal-associated invariant T (MAIT) cells, an abundant population of innate-like T cells, to produce cytokines such as interferon gamma and interleukin (IL) 17, which contribute to host defense against pathogens (Figure 2) (62). It is thought that stimulation by commensal bacteria contributes to the development and activation of MAIT cells for immunological surveillance against pathogens. MAIT cells also produce inflammatory cytokines and have tissue-homing properties, suggesting that these cells are also involved in the development of autoimmune and inflammatory diseases https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fnut.2019.00048/full

In layman’s terms, there’s a link between B1 deficiency, Hypothyroidism and Mercury poisoning.

A link between B2 deficiency, Pathogenic bacteria and Autoimmunity.

Between Ropeworm, the small intestine and a link between Ropeworm, H Pylori and Morgellons Disease.

But what ties all these things together? Diet, pollution, vaccines damage, Heavy Metals, stress? Or do they all collude to produce what has been termed ‘The Perfect Storm’?

Please contact me here to book an appointment at Holistic Zone in Poole Dorset, for a Bioresonance scan using the ‘Hunter 4025NLS.’

Get in touch by leaving a comment below I would love to hear from you!


2 responses to “On Bioresonance and #Tick-Borne Diseases”

  1. nwmann avatar

    Might wanna look into https://microbewiki.kenyon.edu/index.php/Cupriavidus_metallidurans i just stumbled on it today it super processes heavy metals and toxins… Also Ceratophyllum demersum its a hornwort… Not sure if this is a species that takes certain older portions of its makeup to create a pocket for bacteria to grow in and then out of and connects to the bacterial network… I think its a mastermind in all of this atleast in my situation i believe its growing around the edge of my basement and started growing 3yr after thinking it was dead when we moved in and then all a sudden bug and fungus and bacteria presented itself all over the place

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