Medi-China Center for Treatment, Research and Tuition of Auricular Medicine and Lasertherapy, Reinach, Switzerland, European Academy of TCM, Munich, Germany
*Corresponding Author: Andreas Wirz-Ridolfi, Medi-China Center for Treatment, Research and Tuition of Auricular Medicine and Lasertherapy, Reinach, Switzerland, European Academy of TCM, Munich, Germany.
Received: July 20, 2020; Published: August 25, 2020
In any patient the extension of the actual electromagnetic field is decisive for his state of health as well as for the effectiveness
of any therapeutic measure. With the innovative method of Transfloral Acupuncture it is possible to improve the energetic level of
patients considerably within seconds.
Most foci (which are obstacles for diagnosis and treatment) are dental foci.
Teeth, even if they don't yet need treatment by a dentist, can present a focus causing a considerable loss of energy for the patient. This loss of energy reduces his capability to react to treatment as well as his immune system.
According to the research of Prof. Frank Bahr and Dr. Heike-Dorit Schmid every tooth is in resonance to a flower essence, (Bach, Californian flower essences or Australian Bush flowers). By means of the Vascular Autonomous Signal (VAS) and the Bahr detector (a combination of a 3-Volt hammer and a black and white hammer) all teeth are controlled and the corresponding flower essence is chosen. A drop of the floral essence is given orally and another drop is placed on the ear lobe of the patient at the place of the tooth found to be a focus. Now a permanent needle is inserted through the floral essence into the ear lobe. This manoeuvre we call "Transfloral Acupuncture", needling through the flower or tfA.
Keywords: Transfloral Acupuncture; Ear Acupuncture; Floral Essences
Citation: Andreas Wirz-Ridolfi. “Transfloral Acupuncture - A New Combination of Ear Acupuncture and Floral Essences to Improve the Energy of Patients" Acta Scientific Dental Sciences 4.9 (2020): 75-81.
Copyright: © 2020 Andreas Wirz-Ridolfi. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.