How to use the online library

The indications are listed alphabetically so your can easily search for your symptoms and pathogens.

Once you have located these, the most successful frequencies to help for this specific disorder are listed.

In many cases, symptoms and correlations with a holistic therapy approach are denoted in an accompanying helpful text. This is very important – this additional information lets you see what else may need to be considered with these symptoms and other approaches you may want to try. Additionally, ready-made ChipCards by Baklayan and vials by the Differential Test Systematik (DTS®) are cited.

Clinical diagnoses, for example multiple sclerosis are listed, and specific pathogens can be found by name, such as candida albicans. In other cases, general descriptions like diarrhea or colon disorders are given, and the accompanying notes let you review which diseases can cause this symptom.

We wanted to make this information understandable for laymen. For this reason, not only the clinical terms are used, but also the common name for diseases used in everyday conversation. Thus, you will see both lung infection and pneumonia, for example.

The frequencies are generally indicated in hertz. A k following the frequency indicates kilohertz, for example 10k are 10,000 hertz and 3.4k means 3,400 hertz. Some frequencies have up to two decimal places following the decimal point or comma, that means 2.65 hertz are 2 point (or comma) 65 Hertz. (We have adopted the Anglican system of a decimal point rather than a comma)

This is why it is important that your device can be set to two decimal places (hundredth hertz). This is one of the requirements that should be considered when buying a device.


Square Wave

Square wave with positive offset +

Intensity: the maximum intensity is the setting just below tingling. Increase the voltage until you feel a light tingling sensation and reduce it again until the tingling stops.

For more information on this topic please see the book Gentle Healing – A. E. Baklayan in the recommended literature, or go to the website