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The B-E-St or Bio – Energy – Stimulation device is a technological tour de force using Bio – Stimulation current. By sending out this very low current, B-E-St succeeds in increasing ATP (adenosine triphosphate) levels – the converted energy from food in our body – by no less than 500 to 800%.

The energy source ATP is the chemical basis of all living cells. It is essential for all physiological processes which use energy, such as movement, blood circulation, temperature regulation, the cleansing of the blood, breathing, mental effort, growth, cell renewal, the healing process after sickness and injury, etc. By raising the level of ATP, pain is quickly relieved and injuries recover rapidly. This form of current makes it possible to reactivate damaged cells; by using the organ’s own frequency as a sort of reminder to help specific cells return to normal so that the organ functions better.

Products and treatments

Rehabilitation and recovery

For therapeutic treatment of acute, subacute and chronic injuries after conservative or surgical treatment. Up to 50% faster recovery after muscle, tendon injuries and inflammation. Up to 50% faster recovery after muscle, tendon injuries and inflammation.

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Sports and performance

Optimize your manual therapy
(physiotherapy, osteopathy, acupuncture, sports massage)
and post-training recovery

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B-E-St Animal Healthcare

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History and literature

Western insights into the physiological benefits of using microcurrent derive from scientific research into electrical energy transfer in body cells.

Mitchell even won a Nobel Prize for his work in that particular field in 1978. In 1982, Cheng showed that, with stimulation of less than 500 microamperes, the amount of ATP increased by 500-800%, protein biosynthesis increased by 70%, and membrane transport improved by 40%.

In 1991, Nobel Prize winners Neher and Sackman explained how this microcurrent affected the behavior of the cell membrane. Boyer and Walker explained the mechanism behind ATP production in 1997..

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