• by Stephen Touhey

Modern science and olde-world medicine sound like they’d have nothing in common, but bio-frequency and ancient healing systems are more alike than you might think.

Physics tells us that we live in an energetic reality made up of quarks and electrons that all wobble and spin differently to create the physical world we experience. The wobbling and spinning is often referred to as “vibrations.” So when the term “vibrational medicine” comes up, it’s referring to the energetic healing that happens by directly affecting those teeny tiny particles with other teeny tiny particles.

You might be wondering how that ties in with ancient healing systems like Ayurveda or Traditional Chinese Medicine. As it turns out, these forms of medicine are based with energy in mind too!

While the ancients obviously didn’t have access to the modern lab equipment needed to study quantum physics like we do now, they knew enough to base their medicine systems on energetic healing.

Humorously, modern medicine is just starting to catch up to the ancient medical practitioners when it comes to energy healing! In this century many of us like to see scientific proof that something works before we’re willing to give it a try and that time for vibrational medicine is finally here! Bio-frequency is the term used by scientists, but other spiritual and/or ancient terminology - like energy or vibrations - are just different labels for the same thing.

Alternative medicine, like energy healing, has been a rapidly growing industry in years past. Some hospitals have started offering integrated medicine and you can even receive energy healing at home just by wearing a little patch on your skin.

Thanks to advances in quantum physics, BioActivate created biofrequency patches that can gently bring your body back into vibrational harmony, whether you’re looking for an immune boost, a good night’s sleeppain relief, or mental clarity.

Now, let’s dive into how two of the most well-known ancient healing systems align with bio-frequency technology.


Ayurveda is a holistic system of ancient medicine that’s over 3,000 years old. The name is a Sanskrit word and translates to “science of life.” It’s remedies are centered around balancing energy through alternative body treatments and food.

According to Ayurveda, the universe is made up of vayu (air), jala (water), akash (space), teja (fire), and prithvi (earth). These elements are believed to create different energies within the body, which they refer to as “doshas.”

The three doshas are Vata, Pitta, and Kapha. These energies correspond to physiological health, mental health, and emotional health. An Ayurvedic practitioner can determine your unique combination of doshas, which allows them to prescribe different holistic treatments, foods, and spices to properly balance your body’s energy for harmony.

While modern science has allowed for energetic healing via wearing BioActivate’s patches, ancient healing systems often rely on longer term treatment plans .


Traditional Chinese medicine has also been around for roughly 3000 years. According to TCM, the life force energy that flows through the body is called Qi. Any imbalance in your Qi is thought to cause disease and illness.

While there are countless TCM treatments, one of the most popular in the western world is acupuncture, which is when thin needles are placed along the meridians in the body. These meridians are what TCM practitioners believe your Qi runs through. This treatment is one of the few holistic treatments that are starting to be covered by health insurance in the US, so alternative medicine is definitely making headway in the West.

In the same way that biofrequency technology has allowed vibrational medicine to bring the body’s natural energy field back into a state of harmony via wearable body patches, TCM seeks to do the same thing through various holistic treatments and herbal supplements over time.


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