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Matrix was developed from the pioneering research of Dr. Bilz Forschung (Halfing, Germany). She comes from a family of researchers spanning over a hundred years. Her father-in-law, Friedrich Eduard Bilz, born in 1842, was a famous German scientist and was considered one of the founding fathers of naturopathy or natural medicine in Saxony. His 4-volume book on the subject “Das Neue Naturheilverfahren” sold 4 million copies and was translated into several languages. Father of Dr. Bilz, Dr. Johann Hlisnikowski, was a general practitioner and also a passionate researcher. He invented soft soap and the patent was later sold to his Swiss group of companies. His research included evaluating the clinical effects of mistletoe which is recognized today as a therapy for breast cancer.
Present day research conducted by her sister-in-law, Dr. Hannelore Bilz, is much more scientifically complex and comprehensive. It is based on award-winning principles of quantum physics, biology, microbiology and medicine. Dr. Bilz’s research rests on the fact that a human body is influenced not only by active pharmacological agents like medicines but also by the energy information. Disturbing this natural energy balance makes humans more prone to diseases.
The following research studies underscore the protection provided by Matrix against electromagnetic radiation:
Determine improvements in key symptoms of well-being (e.g. sleep disorders, exhaustion, lack of concentration, tired in the morning, skin and hair problems) with and without use of the Matrix chip over a 12-week period using a cross-over design (altering between placebo and active film and vice versa during the test period).
Method: Determination of subjective well-being by structured questioning.
Test Subjects: 10
Examination Dates: 5
Raw Values Processed: approx. 1,050
Results: There was a 50.7% improvement in the total number of symptoms found at the end of the examination period.
Interpretation: Users of Matrix reported marked reduction in parameters like sleep disorders, exhaustion, lack of concentration, tired in the morning, skin and hair problems over the 12-week period.
Determine average reduction in severity of symptoms by assigning scores at intervals from 0 to +3 during 5 examination periods.
Results: Reported severity of symptoms with and without Matrix were as follows:
Interpretation: Symptoms from some key well-being problems e.g., sleep disorders, exhaustion, lack of concentration, tired in the morning, skin and hair problems improved dramatically during the 12-week period. Average reduction of symptoms was 33%.