BioAcoustic
Traumatic Stress

Math as Medicine

“Your brain speaks math and we have found a way to entrain your brain to allow it to intrinsically heal your physical and emotional body; even down to your genetic make-up.”   Sharry Edwards

Designed to evaluate frequencies found in the voice that are associated with the genomes, proteins, activators, nutrients, receptors and neurotransmitters PTSD FE’s contained in this software of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Traumatic Brain Injury – specifically developed with our returning soldiers in mind.

$33.00 US

  • Activators
  • Amino Acids
  • Biochemicals
  • Cell Salts
  • Chemicals
  • Elements
  • Fatty Acids
  • Genomes
  • Herbs
  • Hormones
  • Medications
  • Minerals
  • Pathogens
  • Proteins
  • Toxins
  • Vitamins
  • Note Correlate Chart
BioAcoustic Reports
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How To Send Your Vocal Print

1. Find a quiet place. No doors slamming, dogs barking, or anyone else speaking. Make certain no other voices are recorded on your sample.

2. Use your computer or smart phone to record about two minutes of your voice speaking about anything. If you have a particular condition that you would like to address, speak about that. Save the audio as an mp3 file (WAV). Be aware that for crafting remedy frequencies, a better microphone may be required, but most computers and smart phones have microphones adequate enough for this interesting and fun report.

3. Send this WAV audio file (mp3) as an attachment to Terri by email, with Free Personality Report as the subject, and include the following information in the body of the email: first name, gender, year of birth. If you want the reports sent to a different email address than the one you are using to send the attached file, please include that instruction, too. Send to terri@handmade-hope.com


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