It measures levels of minerals, trace elements and toxic, heavy metals by means of photospectrometry. ’Photo’ means light and ’spectro’ relates to a continuous range of values, such as the colors of the rainbow. The Oligoscan uses a light beam.
What exactly does the Oligoscan measure?
The Oligoscan reads the electromagnetic signals that stem from each element. All matter warmer than absolute zero (minus 273 degrees Celsius) emits electromagnetic signals. Just as our Earth with its iron – nickel core generates a magnetic field through its rotation, so every atom or ion has a positively charged, rotating core surrounded by a cloud of negatively charged electrons. This combination also generates an electromagnetic signal that is unique for each element.
All minerals, trace elements and toxic, heavy metals have a unique electromagnetic signal. The light beam of the OligoScan can carry these signals and determine their intensity. Tuning into a radio frequency enables us to listen to music. The Oligoscan uses the numerous light frequencies to make all tested elements visible. The more intense the signal of, for example, mercury is carried by the Oligoscan’s ray of light, the higher the concentration of this harmful metal is in the cells.
The Oligoscan detects deficiencies of essential elements such as magnesium, zinc and selenium within one minute.
The Oligoscan determines 20 life essential minerals and trace elements and 14 toxic, heavy metals.
The Oligoscan has many advantages compared to other methods:
- With the Oligoscan you see results directly, within one minute.
- Compared to blood, hair or urine analysis the costs of the Oligoscan are less expensive.
- The Oligoscan is not harmful; only a light beam is transmitted through the skin.
- The Oligoscan is an intracellular measurement in contrast to other diagnostics. This makes the Oligoscan a huge asset in the diagnosis.
Oligoscan has been approved by the TGA as a Class IIa medical device.