Coxsacki virus B 1-3, H5 group A 7, A 9, A 16 and other virus groups such as: Echo Virus 1-9, 11-23, 25, 30-32 can be found in this frequency spectrum.
The incubation period is 2-7 days.
The nervous system is attacked.
The symptoms include
- Muscle pain (usually in the hands)
- Tinnitus and ringing in the ears, later deafness
- Damage, tissue destruction can occur wherever the virus is in the Cells increased.
294 kHz - 303 kHz: Coxsackie viruses B 1-3, B 5 and A 7, A 9, A 16:
For explanation see 287-290
307 kHz - 308 kHz: Coxsackie B4 virus:
This virus is also involved in the development of diabetes.
This virus can cause acute and chronic pancreatitis (inflammation of the pancreas).
Infectivity category: 3.
The latency is long.
Because of this, diabetes usually occurs after a long period of time and gradually becomes more serious.
Sometimes the disease begins in the form of an influenza.
419-426 (424-426 resonances are also common in diabetes)
361 kHz -365 kHz: Coxsackie virus B-4 Diabetes Mellitus:
The virus can cause acute and chronic pancreatitis and plays an active role in the development of diabetes.
407 kHz - 409 kHz: Coxsackie virus A 1, 2, 5, 8, 9,16 B 1-5:
This virus is causing
- Myocardial hypertrophy
- Myocardioparthy and thus inflammation of the heart apparatus
- Degeneration of the heart muscle
- Damage - thickening of the fibers and thus disruption of heart functionality
Medicine only offers symptomatic treatment for this disease, while infection with the Coxsackie virus persists.
The virus can be destroyed by frequency therapy. A control measurement over several weeks is recommended. The disease leaves no immune trace!
When nanobacteria are associated with this infection, the blood vessels become calcified.
409 kHz - 413 kHz: Coxsackie virus A 1-5, B 1-5:
Hyper or hypotension.
This Coxsackie virus is likely to affect N. vagus. Hypotension develops at this point.
However, if it affects Accelerans, hypertension develops.
This effect often occurs through the interaction of the herpes simplex virus.
This virus is not the only factor that affects blood pressure changes.
Infections caused by this virus are often associated with nanobacteria.
In this case, calcifications often occur. Nanobacteria can release endothelin, which constricts the blood vessels and thereby increases blood pressure.
419 kHz - 426 kHz: Coxsackie B4 virus:
534 kHz - 544 kHz: Coxsackie B4 virus:
576 kHz - 581 kHz: Coxsackievirus B 1-3, B 5 and A 7, A 9, A 16: