Electro Photon Imaging (EPI) technology, GDV, makes it possible to detect and observe the play of light around the human body, a drop of water or crystal, transforming analog information into useful and vital data that can be analyzed, applied and shared toward the integral wellness of the whole globally.
The principal tool of bio-electrographic observation, analysis, and verification is the EPI/GDV, developed by biophysicist Dr. Konstantin Korotkov of St. Petersburg, Russia.
The EPI/GDV (Electro Photon Imaging) system provides non-invasive, immediate evaluation of energy, stress and vitality. In each case, the EPI scan can provide a broad spectrum of suggestions towards integral and whole being wellness.
The data from each test is converted to a unique “Photonic Profile”, which is compared to the data base of hundreds of thousands of data records using 55 distinct parametric discriminates, and charted so that it is available for discussion and analysis. A graph of the findings is presented as a two-dimensional image. To study these images, fractal, matrix, and various algorithmic techniques are linked and analyzed.
EPI utilizes a weak, electrical current applied to the fingertips for less than a millisecond. The body’s response to this stimulus is the formation of a variation of an “electron cloud” composed of light energy photons. The electronic “glow” of this discharge (invisible to the human eye) is captured by an optical CCD camera system and then translated into a digital computer file.
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The EPC/GDV technique is accepted by Russian Ministry of Health as a Medical technology and certified in Europe. More than 1000 doctors, practitioners and researchers benefit from using this technology worldwide. More than 150 papers are published on GDV in over 40 different countries.
Disclaimer: This guide is a reference and is not intended to treat, diagnose or prescribe. The information contained herein is in no way to be considered as a substitute for consultation with a duly licensed health care practitioner.
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