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DVD - Phonocardiograpy Module 2 - Functional Cardiac Testing

£20.83 ex VAT
Product Description:

There are 2 DVDs designed to run on UK DVD players connected to the TV. We cannot guarantee the DVDs will play on DVD players connected to TVs in other parts of the world.

The DVD should play on computers.

Phonocardiography Module 2- Functional Cardiac Testing

Following on from the first seminar in the Phonocardiography series Chris will expand on this fascinating subject in module 2.

Chris Established in the first Phonocardiography seminar that
in an average lifetime, the human heart will beat more than 2.5 billion times, pumping about one million barrels of blood, which is enough to fill more than three super tankers. Put another way, a kitchen tap would need to be turned on fully for at least 45 years to equal the amount of blood pumped. All of which emphasises the critical importance of this special organ and highlights the need to respect and nurture it in every way possible.

In Module 2 Chris will look at:

  • The physiology of the heart,
  • The relation of the sympathetic and vagus nerves to the heart
  • Variations due to the cessation of activity of parts of the genetic system
  • Balancing the phonocardiograph using nutritional muscle testing
  • Cardiovascular disease and malnutrition
  • Coronary disease, one characteristic and result of using devitalized foods
  • The etiology of acute coronary thrombosis
  • Why Vitamin B and G separately
  • The Vitamin E Complex
  • How Vitamin E and Manganese maintain muscle control by controlling the phosphogen muscle complex
  • The physiological basis of the action of Vitamin C
  • The Vitamin P group of the C Complex
  • Calcium therapy in disease of the cardiovascular system
  • Controls of moving calcium and phosphorus in and out of the blood
  • Why Vitamin A, C and E Complexes are needed to balance various organ systems of the thyroid, liver, adrenals and gonads
  • Magnesium deficiency in cardiovascular disease and how to detect and treat it
  • Using the phonocardiograph for detecting toxicity and infectious disease
  • Hypoxia – oxygen, the ultimate nutrient
  • Introduction to Heart Math which explains the intimate relationship of the heart to the mind


Delegate feedback from module 1.........

I tested my friend's 3 year old Grand-daughter just to see how a strong young heart would test against hearing her own heart sounds. In the clear she did not weaken to her "heart" but she did weaken to hearing her own heart sound with the scope. It tested to be emotional trauma from a car accident her mother was in while the grand-daughter was still in the womb. To clear her I had to use tapping up and down her spine.


I just wanted to drop you a note to say how very blown away I am by what you presented this weekend, I can't get started soon enough!

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