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Kyminasi Technology applica una nuova tecnologia biofisica per il miglioramento della vita degli organismi viventi

Kyminasi Technology was born from the studies of the independent Swiss researcher Fulvio Balmelli, who developed it over the years through the research and codification of what is already known in the chemical world, creating a  biophysical language. In fact, biophysics is the study of biological problems through methods traditionally known in physical science.

 Balmelli’s goal was to obtain results in the biological field, with the only use of  frequencies (thin waves) that are effective, but completely harmless and free of  side effects. These waves, once catalogued and placed in the correct sequence through complex calculations, are comparable to the computer language we have been using for decades and, just as computer language can make certain programs run on a PC, frequencies selected by Fulvio Balmelli are able to create impacts on a biological system.

La tecnologia Kyminasi frasi del ricercatore

My decades of commitment to the gathering of phenomena already known in other forms, has allowed me, over time, to be able to predict and infer new phenomena. And herein lies any mystery of this technology.

(Fulvio Balmelli – Independent Researcher)




The advent of quantum mechanics (or quantum physics) began in the twentieth century. It was developed in order to explain the phenomena occurring at the atomic level, that classical (or Newtonian) mechanics couldn’t explain.

 Quantum physics is the physical theory describing the behavior of matter, light radiation and all their interactions, seen both as wave phenomena and as correlated particles. The birth of quantum physics in the early 1900s made it clear that light (and all electromagnetic radiation) is made up of tiny, indivisible units, called energy quanta or photons.

In the biological field, they are named biophotons.








Video source: St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital Channel –  Beginnings of a Human Cell


The latest studies on quantum physics have shown that each organ of the human body and every single cell emit  particular frequencies and are able,  at the same time, to pick up frequencies coming from the outside just like antennas would do. Each particle of our body has a particular vibratory frequency, more particles with the same frequency make up a tissue or an organ that will resonate at the same frequency. 

From this each organ responds to a specific frequency.

Fritz Albert Popp is a great German scientist who made sensational discoveries on the theory of BIOPHOTONS. The term “BIOPHOTONS” indicates the phenomenon of emission of light energy by living tissues. Each cell emits a specific and own signal, characteristic of the tissue it is part of. It was confirmed with no doubt that light is really the basis of signal transmission, in 1976 by means of photodetectors (detektor, photomultipliers). According to Albert Popp, these emissions regulate cell growth, regeneration and are in control of every biochemical process.


We can say that Quantum Physics applied to the living being has given rise to Biophysics. Biophysics has shown that living cells emit specific “identical” frequencies for every cell of the same type. Bioresonance originated from the principles of Biophysics, it is a technique used in quantum medicine that studies and interprets the vibrations emitted by matter and which is therefore based on resonance. Through specific electro-medical equipment, it is possible to recognize the frequencies of the electromagnetic waves emitted by a living being (human, animal, plant) and intervene on the same waves / frequencies (with which it resonates) to restore healthy frequencies therefore the biological balance.

Video source: St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital Channel –  Beginnings of a Human Cell




The resonance phenomenon occurs when a body capable of vibrating with a certain frequency starts vibrating when it is hit by a wave of the same frequency.

In 1665 the Dutch physicist and mathematician Christian Huygens observed that, by arranging two pendulums side by side and on the same wall, they tended to tune their oscillatory movement, as if “they wanted to assume the same rhythm”. From his studies derives the phenomenon that today we call ‘resonance’. In the case of 



the two pendulums, it is said that one makes the other resonate at its own frequency.

Example 1: In the same way and according to the same principle, if you strike a tuning fork, which produces waves and place it near a second ‘silent’ tuning fork, after a short time the latter also begins to vibrate at the same frequency. When a resonance phenomenon occurs, a system interacts with an external action (energy or wave). If this second wave has the same frequency as the specific wave of the object, a wave equal to the sum of the amplitudes of the two waves is applied to the object. If the external wave continues to be applied to the object, it will be subject to a wave that is gradually wider ( resulting from the sum of the single waves) which can lead to the object breaking.

Example 2: If we strike a glass, it will produce a unique note or produce sound waves related to its shape and size. When we reproduce a sound with the same frequency as the one emitted by the glass, the glass starts resonating and if the sound continues over time, it will vibrate until it breaks.

The concept of resonance, when observed in the biological field, takes the name of bioresonance. It consists of an energetic investigation and a therapeutic method which, through biophysical systems, takes the organism as a whole and doesn’t only focus on individual organs. 

This method is based on the principle that cells exchange information with each other by emitting frequencies, if the cells are healthy they are consistent, if they are affected by pathological situations, they become inconsistent. The purpose of Bioresonance is to restore coherent frequencies.


Source: CNR (National Research Center) – www.biophysics.cnr.it

There is a science that is very close to the problems of man but about which we hear little: biophysics

Biophysics is the discipline that unites and combines two of the oldest sciences: physics and biology. Biology studies life in all its forms, from DNA to organisms as a whole and describes the mechanisms by which living beings feed, communicate, reproduce and interact with the environment. Physics studies the mathematical laws underlying natural phenomena and provides accurate predictions of the forces operating in complex systems.

What does a biophysicist study?

Biophysics is a vast and wonderful bridge between biology and physics and a biophysicist studies life at every level with an interdisciplinary approach: from the atoms that form molecules to cells, from single organisms to ecosystems.

 Through the description and understanding of biological systems, biophysicists try to answer numerous questions. For example, when observing an animal sniffing the air, a biophysicist wonders what molecules are involved in the olfactory perception and what are the mechanisms that, activated at the neuronal level, are used to recognize the specific smell; or, when a plant sprouts and grows in summer, the question that arises spontaneously concerns what are the thermodynamic processes underlying the mechanism of converting light into energy and therefore life. But not only the biophysicist loves to understand the biological reality surrounding him,  he also draws inspiration from it to develop new devices, for example by creating an electronic nose similar to the one of an animal, or by imagining new materials inspired by plants,  able to form the basis for highly effective solar panels.

What are the fields of applications of biophysics? Why is it important for our future? 

Biophysics is a source of innovation and is able to respond to the needs of our society. In particular, in recent years this science has made important contributions to the research of possible therapies for diseases: from diabetes to cancer, from neurodegenerative pathologies to genetic ones. Biophysicists don’t deal with clinical aspects, but provide the knowledge needed to understand the mechanisms underlying the diseases, thus providing a fundamental contribution to the engineering of the right drug or the best treatment protocol for the specific pathology. Today it is becoming increasingly evident that human health is linked to that of the entire planet and therefore biophysical methods are increasingly being applied to environmental problems as well. 

Biologists, physicists, chemists, doctors and engineers work together on a daily basis in the field of biophysics, promoting scientific and technological innovation.



The principles used by bioresonance represented the starting points for the development of the Kyminasi Technology, which, however, is the result of the application of a completely new “science”, Cytoalgorithmics, in scientific language Cito- means “cell” and algorithm means ” a sequence of steps to perform a task“. Algoritmo is an expression coming from the Arabic, which means translating a logical sequence into numbers. We could define it as “a further step forward”, or “an expansion of the applicative potential”. It intervenes directly in restoring molecular activities through a vast system of frequencies codified by the independent Swiss researcher Fulvio Balmelli over the past 30 years.


Since Cytoalgorithmics is a vast body of organized knowledge, developed only in the last thirty years, it does not yet have a precise connotation in the scientific world, the process of validation and acceptance of this “new science” has just begun and is expected to be long and complex. It is divided into three main application variants: the research, the investigation and the treatment.

We can say that Cytoalgorithmics falls under the branch of biophysics (which utilize physical methodologies to study biological problems), as it uses concepts of physics (which establishes principles and laws of natural phenomena, through mathematical abstractions) to study and intervene on biochemistry (which studies the complex chemical reactions that give rise to life, such as the structure and transformations of cell components). It is also involved in molecular biology (which studies living beings as molecular mechanisms underlying their physiology, focusing in particular on the interactions among macromolecules) and in physiology (which studies the functioning of living organisms, analyzing their chemical-physical principles). Its peculiarity lies in its very form, in fact Cytoalgorithmics can be essentially described as a logical language, composed of variables, constants, relations, functions, rules, formulas, sub-formulas, etc., all coordinated by algorithms (procedures that solve problems through a finite number of elementary instructions).

We can finally infer that Cytoalgorithmics is an autonomous science, which does not overlap with traditional sciences, but is concerned with building a connecting bridge between them.


Cytoalgorithms are characterized by their elementarity, not intended as simplicity, but as a concept of no further decomposition which leaves no room for interpretation. They consist of a finite number of steps, taking place in a given time, leading to a unique result. Cytoalgorithms are of different nature:

  • Cytoalgorithms of research
  • Heuristic cytoalgorithms (which allow to predict a result, relying on intuition and the temporary state of circumstances)
  • Cytoalgorithms for the detection of fundamental frequencies
  • Quantum cytoalgorithms (which use quanta to store and process information)
  • Optimization cytoalgorithms
  • Sequence sorting cytoalgorithms
  • Associative cytoalgorithms
  • Repeated sequence cytoalgorithms
  • Coordination cytoalgorithms
  • Cytoalgorithms with self-modifying code (programs capable of modifying their own code on the basis of the given parameters)
  • Data compression cytoalgorithms
  • Entropic cytoalgorithms (without loss of information)
  • Etc













Through  Kyminasi Technology, Balmelli has been able to find different applicable paths of Cytoalgorithmics for a wide distribution, creating several commercial products containing packages of frequencies loaded on different types of supports, such as metal or liquid trasmitters. These supports only act as carriers of frequency packets and can easily be compared to a USB stick, as they contain stabilized information packets. Based on the needs of the product to be commercialized, the related frequencies transmission systems are developed. 

In this way, Kyminasi technology, is applied in the following areas:

  • Kyminasi Human, which is divided in Kyminasi Diet, a weight loss program aimed not only at losing excess weight, but at restoring the functionality of the body’s metabolism, neutralizing the most common food intolerances and Kyminasi Cosmeceutics, a line of cosmetic products, specially designed and manufactured only  using natural ingredients that have been selected for their effectiveness and absence of allergic reactions with the integration of Kyminasi biophysical technology (which in this case is loaded into the serum or in the cream). 

  • Kyminasi Plants, a system to nourish and revitalize the plant world, created with the purpose of building healthier, more resistant and nutritious crops for humans. The Kyminasi technology is loaded onto a small device (a metal medal), which is applied upstream of the irrigation system. The frequencies are transferred through the water into the soil and plants.


  • Kyminasi Water, a system applied to purification and / or ionization systems for drinking water, which improves its quality for better cell  absorption and hydration. The frequencies are loaded on a metal device, applied to an exact point of the water flow circuit inside the system.


If you are interested in treating  symptoms or pathologies through Integrative Medicine, you can contact the Medical Centers utilizing  the biophysical systems described above.