Evidence of MeloCura Frequency Therapy Studies

In collaboration with the leading doctors and neurological specialist at Easy Brain and Seoul National University in South Korea, we have conducted several tests on MeloCura frequency therapy solutions where the results were measured with EEG and HRV. These tests showed surprisingly clear and very positive results in reducing stress and tensions.

Subsequently, MeloCura carried out further detailed studies in Denmark with AMG and Impedance measurement tests on subjects that all suffered from severe chronic conditions, in order to examine what physiological effects of MeloCura Frequency Therapy has on stress and chronic disorders such as tension, whiplash and pain.

The AMG and Impendance studies were conducted by Dr Adrian Harrison and Aalborg University. In all tests, MeloCura Frequency Therapy was also compared to other relaxing music that showed no effect on the same parameters.

The Studies show clear positive physiological improvements.

The AMG measurements show that MeloCura Frequency Therapy affects the brain's learning centers, which immediately emit recovery signals into the body and create a significant improvement in muscle function i.e. muscle coordination and efficacy from just one MeloCura therapy treatment.

MeloCura is continuously performing further clinical studies in order to develop optimized natural relief and healing solutions that are effective and validated.


  • Melocura is a pain-free and non-invasive form of sound treatment without apparent side-effects
  • One treatment of MeloCura for 40 minutes is showing clear improvements in muscle function, muscle coordination and efficacy.
  • The AMG muscle function data support the EEG and HRV findings of an independent study from Korea with Easy Brain Centre, Gangnam, Seoul, South Korea.
  • Melocura effects could be of use potentially for a number of reported conditions e.g. Stress and anxiety related tensions, injuries, recovery, Cerebral Palsy, Fibromyalgia, Parkinson´s Disease.
  • Melocura appears to have its principle effect through central rather than peripheral regulation of muscle function
  • In contrast, Normal Relaxing Music had no proven effect on these same parameters.
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