Research: CROKE and BOURNE,

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Abstract

CROKE and BOURNE, Institute for Esogetic Colorpuncture and Energy Emission Analysis (IECEEA), Boulder, Colorado 80302 USA review recent research conducted in Europe evaluating the efficacy of Peter Mandels Esogetic Colorpuncture Therapy (CT) .

Background

Methodology

Results

The authors addressed the use of specific CT therapies in the treatment of a variety of difficult health conditions, including migraines, childhood insomnia, bronchitis, ADD or learning disorders and uterine fibroids . Due to limitations in research design and sample size, these studies need to be viewed as pilot or preliminary research. In all the studies, however, the findings demonstrated dramatic improvement of symptoms following CT treatments.

Conclusion

These results suggest that CT may offer fast, economical, non-invasive and non-toxic methods for the treatment of selected health problems, and that CT continues to exhibit promise as a powerful new method of wholistic healing.

References

Croke M and Bourne RD. A review of recent research studies on the efficacy of Esogetic Colorpuncture Therapy A wholistic acu-light system. American Journal of Acupuncture 27(1-2): 85-94. 1999.

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