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Evaluation of a Method Based on Coherence in Aqueous Systems and Resonance-Based Isotherapeutic Remedy in the Treatment of Chronic Psoriasis Vulgaris

[ Vol. 15 , Issue. 6 ]

Author(s):

Emilio Del Giudice, Anna De Filippis, Nicola Del Giudice, Marta Del Giudice, Immacolata d’Elia, Lorenza Iride, Ennio Menghi, Alberto Tedeschi, Valentina Cozza, Baroni Adone and Maria Antonietta Tufano   Pages 542 - 548 ( 7 )

Abstract:


Psoriasis is a chronic skin disorder that exhibits three main features: lymphocytic infiltration into the dermis and epidermis, uncontrolled proliferation and abnormal differentiation of keratinocytes. In this study we have evaluated the effect of treatment with WHITE Holographic Bioresonance Method and a resonance-based isotherapeutic remedy on patients affected by chronic psoriasis vulgaris. The WHITE Holographic Bioresonance Method is based on the principles of electrodynamic coherence. By exploiting the phenomenon of bio-resonance, it uses a transfer plate to produce resonance- and light-based isotherapeutic coherent acqueous remedies and gels that emit coherent oscillations which “imprint” the area of psoriasis-affected skin. Levels of proinflammatory cytokines have been evaluated in the plasma of psoriatic patients treated with isotherapeutic remedies. The obtained results demonstrate a positive effect on the natural course of the disease and matched the results obtained by psoriatic patients treated with narrow band UVB. A significant reduction in plasma levels of cytokines involved in pathogenesis of psoriasis has been observed. Our findings may suggest that WHITE Holographic Bioresonance method used in combination with resonance-based isotherapeutic remedy could well be a new useful treatment option for patients with limited psoriatic plaques.

Keywords:

Electrodynamic coherence, Isotherapeutic remedy, Osteopontin, Psoriasis, WHITE holographic bioresonance method.

Affiliation:

Department of Experimental Medicine, Section of Microbiology and Clinical Microbiology, Second University of Naples (SUN), via Luigi De Crecchio n° 7, 80138, Naples, Italy.

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