Urinary Tract Frequencies
The Urinary system deals with the elimination of some of the body's waste products, it is made up of kidneys, bladder, ureters and the urethra.
The kidneys contain thousands of small filters called nephrons. Each nephron has a network of tiny capillaries that attach to the circulatory system. The kidneys filter waste, regulate water and salts in the blood and produce a hormone that controls blood pressuer, around 180 liters of blood are filterd through the kidneys daily. The tubes that filter the waste are the Ureters, these enter the bladder that stores the urine (made up of water, amonia and urea). When the urge to urinate occurs the Urethra allows the excavation from the bladder. The female urethra is shorter than males, making the risk of water infections higher.
Some of the more common problems of the urinary system include:
- Bladder infections - (cystitis) usually caused by bacteria.
- Enlarged prostate - in men, this can make it difficult to empty the bladder.
- Incontinence - when urine leaks out of the urethra.
- Kidney infections - when a bladder infection ‘backs up’ the ureters.
- Kidney stones - caused by infection and high blood levels of calcium.
This test will measure the frequency information of various healthy and diseased tissues, e.g. kidney, bladder, urethra, ureter that may be present in the blood sample provided. A report will be emailed with results and options including imprinting of frequencies in homeopathic remedies or a microchip to bring about balance.
Please allow 2-5 working days for your test results to be emailed to you.
Our test techniques involves the use of the Bicom Bioresonance device which has been used worldwide by over 16,000 practitioners and has been in existence for over 40 years. We cannot say that we can diagnose conditions or recommend treatment, the test results are to be used as a part of the diagnostic process. We actively encourage a variety of options and would never discourage the use of your local doctor or surgeon. The information we provide may help them in their investigations. If your symptoms are recent and require urgent attention visit your doctor before applying for the test.