Vega test


A Vega test is a method employed to identify allergens or disease of the human body. Vega testing was created by Dr. Reinholdt Voll, a German physician, in 1958. After the theory was created, Dr. H Schimmel created the Vega test apparatus. The apparatus is a box with a circuit that compares resistance between the skin and an electrical source. This electrical source sends 0.87 volts of electricity through the patient. The box also contains a metal "honeycomb" for the placement of possible allergens or toxins as well as prospective treatments. More recent devices have been created and generally consist of a computer, which simulates the presence of these substances.

Related Terms

Acupuncture, allergies, allergy testing, electroacupunture, electrodermal testing, EAV, EDT, energetic pathology.