Saturday, December 29, 2007


Colour Vibration Therapy (CVT) is a relatively new but dynamic and promising form of complementary medicine being developed right here in Malaysia. This form of therapy was pioneered by Prof. Dr. Sir Norhisham who has conducted numerous researches into traditional medicine which focuses on patient’s lifestyle.

He researched the connection between the spiritual, mental, emotional and physical aspect of the human body and deduced that all forms in the universe can be represented by a single frequency which can be measured, copied and used in any manner imaginable.While conventional medicine focuses on destroying a disease, the CVT treatment uses formulae that are embodied by simple concepts of light and sound vibration that allows the body to process the necessary enzymes and amino acids needed to aid troubled cells.

CVT should also not even be considered a cure as the real cure of illnesses and/or diseases lies within our often toxicated bodies. CVT activates these cures by creating balance and harmony in the body’s overall well-being.It helps find the point of balance in the cell or organ and returns the original energy into it.

In actual fact, all formulae derived from CVT should not be considered as medicine for the taking. The use of specific frequencies means that each part of the body can be targeted separately for treatment.

The CVT formulae used in the therapy is 100 percent free of chemicals or active ingredients that could eventually lead to poisoning or toxicity within the body. It does not use any ingredients originating from animals either.


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