Studies using the Chiren from Biontology.com
“In 2008, training in biophoton science became available at the master’s and doctoral level through the Complementary Health Sciences program of Inter-University College in Graz, Austria, which represents more than 30 European universities.
To date, 17 master’s theses have demonstrated the effectiveness of the Chiren. The IABS also conducts research in animals and food crops in cooperation with the Dutch Agriculture University of Wageningen.”
Published studies – Click to view/download PDF files
• Chronic health complaints in children and adolescents and “biophoton therapy” – a pilot study
• Biophoton therapy and its perceptible effect on human blood
• Effects of Biophoton treatment, on isolated rat cortical neurons, through the Biophoton device according to J. Boswinkel
• Results for the Chiren and fields with poultry
• Repeatability of measurements of galvanic skin response – a pilot study
History and Research
Around 1923 the Russian scientist Professor Alexander Gurwitsch discovered an “ultra weak” photon
emission from living systems (onions and yeast), he suggested connections between photon emission
and cell division rate. He called this photon emission “mitogenetic radiation” . His experiments
indicated the wavelength in the range of around 260 nm . After initial world-wide recognition in
the 1920s and 1930s, some claims appeared that the “mitogenetic radiation” did not exist at all.
Because of that and the subsequent political cataclysms in Europe and Russia, work on this
phenomenon dropped almost to zero level. However in the 1950‘s a group of Italian physicists with L.
Colli made a very sensitive photomultiplier with which they discovered in the spectrum range from
green to red light emitted from seedlings, corn and beans with photons in quantity of 10 to a 100 per
second per cm² .
In 1974 that the German biophysicist Prof. Dr. Fritz-Albert Popp proved the existence of the
photons. At that time he was looking for an understanding about the optical properties of the molecule
Benzpyrene in relation to carcinogenicity.
With Gurwitsch at hand with the mitogenetic radiation research, Popp concluded that if the assumed optical effect of Benzpyrene were correct, then there must be some kind of light source in the cell, and very weak photon “signals” would be able to trigger drastic changes in the behaviour of cells.