BEMÆRK VENLIGST AT DETTE ER DEN ENGELSKE UDGAVE AF BOGEN TRYK DIG SUND.
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Original Danish title: Tryk dig sund
The background History of the Basic Bio Regulatory Parallel Acupuncture System 2012
Instructions and Guidebook for Convalesence and Healing through Parallelacupressure, Parallelacupuncture and the Cell Com Health System under your application.
30 years of experience with the capability of the body to reconstitute itself.
The self-taught researcher Hugo Nielsen is a controversial personality within the Danish Health Service. For many long years the Danish Health Service, with its very close relationships to the pharmaceutical industry, categorically rejected a healing method whereby an ill person, with the help of the Cell Com System or Parallelacupuncture, could restore a healthy equilibrium to their own body through self-action.
In this book the healing method discovered by Hugo Nielsen 30 years ago is fully explained and it also contains instructions informing the reader how, with finger pressure or a Cell Com Apparatus, the own personal special illnesses can be treated.
This discovery by Hugo Nielsen differs from classical acupuncture in that Points on the left and right feet are treated in parallel - and the results are fantastic. On the cancer wards of Danish hospitals there are still today the medical records of many patients who had been given up by the doctors - and nevertheless did not die; because they found an alternative, somewhat unusual, method of treatment. As a foreign Professor after a visit to the Institute, which was built in 1980, was able to declare,"This is not an alternative handling of alternative medicine - it is a science." In Germany and Holland this statement has thus been confirmed in that the Danish acupuncturist is regularly invited to address congresses.
"The Second Chance" leads the reader into a world in which the cells and organs of the body communicate with each other and are directed exclusively by the correct finger pressure on feet and hands.
First Printed: 2005
Translation: Robin Brown
Illustration: Hugo Nielsen