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We are proud to announce that new research carried out by our R&D Department has just been published in a renowned peer-reviewed scientific journal:

Journal of Comprehensive Integrative Medicine.

The article,


starts at page 23.

Some of the thought-provoking questions considered are:

  • Generally speaking, acute pain has a clear life-preserving function: once we are aware of pain and its cause, we can take corrective action to avoid the latter, which is quite literally destroying the body.
  • But primary headaches, such as migraine, seem to occur without any apparent pathophysiological changes, unlike secondary headaches due to trauma, infection, cancer, intoxication, etc.
  • What then causes migraine, the third most common disease in the world?
  • And if there is a cause, what corrective action can we take if we hope to heal migraine and other types of headaches?

We hope you will enjoy the reading!

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Welcome to our Headache and Migraine series. This is a summary of a series of posts that we introduced on Facebook from December 2013 - January 2014.

Rather than simply presenting findings and results from our Research department, we wanted first of all to share some other interesting information about headaches and migraines. One of the issues around headaches and migraines relates to misinformation, as well as a lack of acknowledgement of these serious and very real disorders. So this was the purpose of this initial phase; to educate people with more general information.

The second and third phases and their purposes are introduced in more detail below. In the second phase we are inviting you to join us on a journey of sharing our own experiences of using coMra-Therapy for treating headaches. In the third phase, we suggest a holistic approach towards healing primary headaches and illustrate this through our experience of using coMra-Therapy for headaches in a case series.

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coMra-Therapy Suspends Life-long Migraine for 57-year old Female Patient

Oliver Müller, Radiant Life Technologies
Arzhan Surazakov, Radiant Life Technologies


A 57-year old lady had been suffering from severe migraines for all her life (since childhood). She experienced attacks 2-3 times a month. Strong pain medication was at times administered, but this became increasingly ineffective over time. She began self-treatments with coMra-Therapy in November 2011, following the Universal 1 treatment protocol. This was done 1-2 times a day for 4 weeks. She reported that the course resulted in her being migraine-free for three months, and it also led to a reduction in frequency and severity of migraine attacks during the following year.

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