Fulvio Balmelli was born in Faido in the canton of Ticino in Switzerland on July 15, 1964.
He has been an independent researcher since 1990. With the tireless intention of developing long-term and effective solutions for human health, he found his way by creating his own path of knowledge and practical methods.
With a background in mechanical design, he studied alongside experts and doctors from various sectors, in the fields of human anatomy, homeopathy, herbal medicine, postural osteopathy, bioresonance, while continuing to deepen his knowledge of the physical sciences and biophysics. Since then, every morning, before starting the day, he studies medicine and physics texts, updating himself and comparing data and studies.
The meticulous work carried out by Fulvio Balmelli over the years as an independent researcher has consisted of creating an applied research system, carried out with the aim of finding practical and concrete solutions. The main objective was not to develop theoretical knowledge, but to exploit the knowledge already acquired from other previous basic investigations, place it in a single well-structured scheme based on logical inference and use it for the development of the related Cytoalgorithmic technology.
It should be noted that he has used his body as a “laboratory” for more than 30 years to encode biochemical and molecular processes, sometimes performing long and complex self-experiments, monitoring his clinical parameters several times a day through a research comparison system both biophysical and conventional.
At Harvest Harmonics, we leave you an interview with scientist Fulvio Balmelli:
What was your course of study?
I started to deal with natural medicine in 1988. Thanks to a health law still in force, I attended the first courses of phytotherapy, homeopathy and osteopathy, hardly known at that time. You should know that in Switzerland there is a law that protects the so-called “healers”, those people who use therapies commonly accepted by local and popular tradition: all those who know how to give massages, fix joints, use herbs, etc. In 1990, I went to Germany and did all the Bioresonance courses. I was very skeptical, I didn’t fully understand how this could work. I always want to try, to be sure, I am the worst “Saint Thomas”; theory is beautiful, practice is something else and we need certain and repeatable results based on scientific criteria.
I devoured books on all subjects. Unfortunately, in the scientific literature on nutrition, there are sometimes many contradictions, so I had to experiment for myself before I found out what was the most correct (for example, I tried all the major diets in the world). So I conducted thousands of tests with different nutrients and came to some interesting discoveries that resulted in the Kyminasi Diet, a line of Kyminasi cosmeceuticals, and even Kyminasi solutions for agriculture.
I continue to do research in the field of regenerative medicine: a subject that continues to fascinate me and that fuels my hopes for good results in the near future.
What does it mean to be an independent investigator?
A value equivalent to about six million euros spent on research in the last 30 years, also including my unpaid working hours. While continuing to freelance, I did 7-10 hours of research every day for the first 15 years (I only slept 4 hours a night, sometimes 2). For the next 15 years, I worked on research for 4-5 hours every day (I eventually got 6 hours of sleep a night). Today I can say that it was worth it, although it was very hard.
As you know, many researchers use their bodies as a research laboratory. To find some solutions it is necessary to know the problem closely. I have caused several negative physical conditions such as asthma, allergies and poisoning, sometimes it took me many years to get out of them. A couple of times I feared for my life (few know). These investigations allowed me to understand how to apply, under the control of conventional medicine, the principles of bioresonance, which later resulted in a completely new topic that I called cytoalgorithms, which use much “smaller” frequencies to deal directly with the cells of the organism.
What is your professional purpose?
My main purpose is definitely to help medicine. There is a long series of pathologies and diseases that, in my heart, from a very young age, I defined as unfair because they penalize our lives; you can treat them with traditional pharmacology but the body, sometimes, never goes back to the way it was before. I work so we can stay as healthy as possible, for as long as possible.
Over time, I realized that my discoveries could benefit other fields and act as a support in prevention and not only in treatment, such as agriculture or drinking water treatment.
I had to broaden my horizons to really achieve my goals.
When was this passion for medicine born?
From an early age. I used to tell my mom that I wanted to do a job to serve others and make them happy. I have always had the idea of working so that others can have the best: I always try to be kind, attentive and available because I like to help people.
How did you get into integrated medicine?
I wanted to find points of contact between conventional medicine and those sectors of natural medicine, not yet recognized by the scientific community, that do not have a pharmacological basis, in particular biophysics. Today I work in a clinical context: every non-pharmacological treatment receives validation through conventional analyses, the results of biophysical investigations are also detectable by conventional tests.
Do you deal with natural and regenerative medicine?
Yes, to improve the body so that it becomes stronger and longer, to ensure a better quality of life. I have to thank all the doctors who collaborated with me on this path that began more than thirty years ago, some of whom I am still working on today. We have faced thousands of situations that may seem impossible at first, obtaining improvements, resolution of pathologies and a return to normal life. But my dream goes much further: why can’t a person in his 60s or 70s have the energy of when he was 40 or 50? The body undergoes an aging process that then limits its life; my idea is that not only diseases are overcome, but that this deterioration decreases (as far as possible) and that the body is increasingly long-lived.
Is it a dream attainable by medicine in the future?
I’m sure. One of my favorite quotes is from Thomas Alva Edison: “The doctor of the future will not give any medicine, but will involve his patients in the care of the human body, in nutrition, in the causes and prevention of diseases.”
(Citation: The Journal of Medical-physical Research, 1948).
A more humane medicine then?
Decidedly. Sometimes medicine cares more about the disease than the patient. Umberto Veronesi said: “We need to return to the medicine of the person. To heal someone, we need to know who they are, what they think, what plans they have, why they enjoy and suffer. We need the patient to talk about his life, not about his ailments. Today the treatments are done with a reinforced concrete manual: you have this, do this; have something else, take this other. But that’s not the way to cure.” This concept follows the thought of Plato, who wrote that the greatest error in the treatment of diseases is that there are doctors for the body and doctors for the soul, but they should not be separated. For my part, I believe more than anything that the doctor of the body should never lose sight of the fact that it is a soul, however, from the point of view of the mechanics of the body, it has its knowable and invariable laws and with this stable principle I have built my technology to help doctors in precision medicine.
All this does not leave aside the basic element that sustains the doctor-patient relationship and that largely determines the success of recovery: it is about understanding, dialogue, sincere concern for the person. This always comes first.
How did this strong interest in research arise?
I’m going to tell you an episode. I was 21 years old, it was 1985, the year of the greatest frost of the last century, with temperatures of up to 25 degrees below zero in the plains. I was stuck in a shelter in Val di Blenio in Switzerland, after a sudden snowfall slowed me down for six hours.
I was alone, my feet and hands were frozen. In the hospital in Lugano, the doctors tell me that I have severe frostbite in my hands and feet and they want to amputate me (especially the two big toes). I don’t even think about it, I leave the hospital and start taking care of myself. After a few weeks, the doctors notice a clear improvement that avoids the operation. But it took six months to get back to full normalcy.
This experience has increased my desire to find real solutions in the field of integrative and regenerative medicine. I have studied for many years what I needed from official and natural medicine, actively collaborating with different doctors (and I am still studying). With some of them, I made myself available to develop various biophysical treatments in the clinical setting.
I am alive to the extent that I can help and it cannot be said that, until now, I have not “lived”.
When did you start taking care of plants too?
The idea of working with plants was born many years ago. One night I was working on my research on how carbon dioxide affects gastric factors. I was in a room where there was a beautiful plant and I thought “You work with carbon dioxide” and at that moment I told myself that I could develop a technology for agriculture, completely natural and without negative effects for plants or man, in fact, in this environment, unfortunately, an abuse of chemistry now dominates.
Before reaching the definitive prototype, which is really effective and gives many results in agriculture, I developed more than 100 and among these, we have carried out extensive experiments on 6 of them, which have led us over the years to the definitive prototype.
The main objective of this project has always been to provide organic farming with a tool that supports it and makes it competitive in the market, to guarantee future generations more and more quality fruits and vegetables rich in the nutrients necessary for our body, which, to date, unfortunately, we know is missing for a whole host of reasons.
What results are achieved in agriculture thanks to your discoveries?
Much of the fruit and vegetables grown today have lost 60-70% of their minerals and are tasteless. We have lab tests showing that there are marked improvements in this regard with our device. We continually receive positive feedback from farmers around the world.
It was what I wanted, to bring beauty and increase productivity by using fewer chemicals for the benefit of human health.
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