Effect of Colourpuncture on Multiple Sclerosis

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Multiple sclerosis (MS), also known as  “disseminated sclerosis” or “encephalomyelitis disseminata” is an inflammatory disease involving damage to myelin sheaths (fatty covering of neurons’ axons) and subsequent demyelination and multiple scarring in the brain and spinal cord which leads to impairment of nerve conducting function and manifests in various neurological symptoms. At present, the cause for multiple sclerosis remains unknown  and there is no known cure for the disease. Multiple sclerosis can be difficult to diagnose since it can manifest in almost any neurological symptom or sign, and also often involves cognitive impairment and emotional symptoms of varying degrees.

Peter Mandel’s and Markus Wunderlich’s clinic in Bruchsal, Germany, attracts many MS sufferers and while degrees and timings of therapeutic success with Colourpuncture differ due to a nature of the disease, some principles and approaches to treatments of the multiple sclerosis have been developed over the decades of empirical research by Peter Mandel. Multiple sclerosis belongs to a Degenerative basic pattern according to Peter Mandel. Various treatment of Degenerative basic pattern, including Conflict Resolution and Ether therapies, are used alongside with Passive Air therapies, Endocrine lines and Coordination treatments.

In an observation study on the effect of Colourpuncture treatments on multiple sclerosis patients by E. Carr and P. D. Wilson (1), forty-three patients were treated with Colourpuncture over nearly five years in Naples, Florida, US. The patients’s assessment was conducted by Energy Emission Analysis (EEA) before and after Colourpuncture treatments and therapy progress was closely monitored and documented by Certified Professional Colourpuncture therapists. The study has shown that there was registered improvement in nearly 80% of cases . Patients reported improved physical and emotional balance, lessening of their chronic pain, walking more efficiently, having more energy, elevated moods and general sense of well-being and happiness in life. Patients were primarily treated with Colour Connective Tissue Massage and the Esogetic Clocks. Coordination 1 and Polarity lines (Thalamus, Limbic or Hypothalamus lines) alternating with the Conflict Resolution therapies as well as Transmitter Relays were also used for some patients. Other therapies included using Acupuncture needles in Colourpuncture protocols, spectral and soul-spirit Colourpuncture, infrared (IR), ultra-violet (UV) and grey light. A detailed therapy and progress of 5 cases of management of multiple sclerosis with Colourpuncture are described in this observational study.

In 2008, a biophysical research was conducted by Dr Drexel etc (2), Germany, studying an effect of Colorpuncture on spontaneous photon emission in a case of multiple sclerosis. Spontaneous photon signals from several sites of a person suffering from multiple sclerosis were researched with the aid of photo multiplier before and after a session of Colourpuncture treatment. The research took 9 months and encompassed 22 Colourpuncture sessions. A ”coherency index” which appears to be a good indicator of health was analysed. The results have shown that while coherency indices changed temporarily after each treatment (while a relief from multiple sclerosis symptoms had occurred) the changes in coherency indices lasted longer after many sessions of Colourpuncture treatments.

While further studies on the effect of Colourpuncture treatments on MS are undoubtedly needed both from therapeutic and scientific perspective, we feel that these pioneering works point to statistically relevant degrees of success of Colourpuncture therapies for Multiple Sclerosis management.


(1) ‘Practical Observations of Multiple Sclerosis Patients treated with Esogetic Medicine and an Audacious Clinical Trial Proposal’ by Elizabeth Carr and Portia Debora Wilson

(2)  Bajpai RP, Drexel M., ‘Effect of colorpuncture on spontaneous photon emission in a subject suffering from multiple sclerosis’. J Acupunct Meridian Stud. 2008 Dec;1(2):114-20


Please note that the effect of Colourpuncture therapies on Multiple Sclerosis are still in early stages of research and thus the information in this post or any other information on this website does not in any way substitute a professional diagnostic and treatment by a Medical Doctor or Psychiatrist.


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