The Bigelsen Method was developed by Dr. Harvey Bigelsen and is based on a terrain- philosophy and European biological medicine. This works with people suffering from chronic disease, and those interested in anti-aging, regeneration and overall balanced health. At the core of this medical philosophy is the conviction that germs do not cause disease. Counter to conventional medicine and Big Pharma, which promote treatments, that merely attack and kill germs. Dr. Bigelsen believes that germs are not harmful, and actually live in a symbiotic relationship with the entire body. The physical body is treated in order to get it working at its highest performance. High success rates have been achieved through a combination of structural therapies, cranial-sacral adjustments, neural therapy, isopathic remedies, and cell therapy.
Specializing in the holographic nature of our own blood. Eastern philosophy believes there are holograms in the eye, ear, foot, and tongue. The same can be said for the blood. Outside of the basics such as red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets, etc…, the blood shows holographic images which may show disturbance fields. Disturbance fields are blocks in the body which inhibit the body from healing properly. A.T. Still said “Disease cannot exist where there are no obstructions.” By identifying the disturbance field, or obstruction, we can then hopefully work through those blocks and allow our body to heal.
This is a technique that dates at least as far back, and most likely much further, to the great Antoine Bechamp(1816-1908)and the theory of Pleomorphism.
*This is not to be confused with “live cell analysis”.*
Bechamp discovered tiny organisms he called “microzymas” which are present in all things – animal, vegetable, and mineral, whether living or dead. Depending upon the condition of the host, these microzymas could assume various forms. Bad bacteria and viruses were simply the forms assumed by the microzymas when there was a condition of disease. In a diseased body, the microzymas became pathological bacteria and viruses. In a healthy body, microzymas formed healthy cells. When a plant or animal died, the microzymas lived on.
Noted biologist Gaston Nassens figured out a way to isolate these microzymas. He then extracted them and injected them into a dead rat muscle. Over 30 years later that rat muscle is still alive!