Bio-Scan is a valuable ANS and Sudomotor testing tool in diagnosing hidden illnesses. Having the ability to quickly and easily test patients and receive immediate comprehensive
Non-invasive scan in just 3 minutes.
Like ab MRI scan, this not only picks up slight internal deviations to detect long term health effects on your body but also advises on the correct nutritional values to maintain the healthy functioning of your organs and system.
What is Bio-Scan ?
BIO-SCAN technology measures the most rapidly changing field in the body, the energetic field, which processes 400 million impulses of information per second. When dealing with complex mind-body systems, repeatable measurements are not always expected. However, in most instances successive assessments will produce comparative results; each assessment will present a picture that is comparative in a meaningful way to the other assessments. Health professionals and others with BIOSCAN assessment experience learn that results obtained from the first assessment are valid and the most accurate. Agape Oils takes the results of your scan and creates a customized blend for you that is perfectly matched to your body’s desires for health and healing.

What is Bio-Scan?

According to biophysics theories, certain narrow range of electrical conductivity exists in the organic body of healthy individuals. Any functional disorder will change this electrical conductivity and may anticipate the development of disease in the corresponding organ by several months or years before detection of organ disease by conventional examination. ESG which measures the body's electrical activity in 3D is used to determine the deviation of function of the human body and uses the same prinicples as the electrocardiogram.
Bio-Scan is a breakthrough in bio-conductivity measurement and diagnostics, integrating computer technology and biophysics which includes quantum physics, neurophysiology and neurosciences.
This high tech tool was launched in the International Congress on Complementary and Alternative Medicines 2005 from February 26th to 28th 2005 at the Raffles City Convention Centre. The Participants included both local and regional scientists, clinical researchers, western-trained clinicians, alternative medicine practitioners, traditional medicine practitioners, business and industry, government regulators, pharmacists, health professionals, nurses and interested lay public.