Diagnosis and detoxification of infectious deposit
Diagnosis of an infectious deposit appears to be a very difficult problem. Particularly, the traditional medicine is very limited in this respect. Methods of diagnosis usually cannot detect these small, soft, organic formations. Infectious deposits are often hidden below the mucous membranes or in the subcutaneous layers; even thorough examination is usually not able to find them.
Diagnosis within the managed and controlled detoxification is determined by measuring by EAV device that can determine find the specific location of the deposits and will also give information about its content and infectious material from which the casing is created.
Detoxification of infectious deposit consists of several steps. First, you need to break cover and then the infection can be released and disposed of by the immune system.
Detection of specific infection, which is hidden in the case, enables to deploy targeted detoxification preparations that mobilize the immune system, which subsequently begins to dispose of infection.
In some cases detoxification of the infectious deposit itself is not sufficient and it is necessary to detoxify the relevant tissues and relieve them of toxins, which have infiltrated into them.