* “Interval” means the time between the end of one session and the beginning of the next. The basic guideline is TWO HOURS as explained in the chapter of Cause and Effects, but can be modified in some cases.
1) Legs and arms: 50 minutes per session, two hours apart.
Note 1: In cases of septicemia, it can be extended to 90 minutes during the first two or three days, according to medical criteria, then it is suspended when it is verified that the infection stops. In uninfected wounds, sprains, etc., 50 minutes.
2) Lower abdomen (genital organs): 20 to 25 minutes per session.
Note 2: Time is in function of serious infections. In non-serious chronic infections, the time can be reduced to 15 minutes and one more daily session can be done.
3) Upper abdomen (Intestines, stomach, liver, kidneys): 15 to 20 minutes per session.
Note 3:Renal problems can be treated up to 25 minutes per session during the first three days, generating a vital stimulus in patients with dialysis due to chronic dysfunction. Then the time is reduced, at a rate of one minute per session, up to 15 minutes. (Prone decubitus). Intestinal infections can be treated up to half an hour (supine decubitus) during the first day of sessions, decreasing at a rate of one minute per session from the second day, up to 15 minutes. Liver problems are preferably treated in combination with phytotherapy and homeopathy (especially with lemon juice if the patient does not present a special intolerance to it). The antipyramid will act in sessions of 15 minutes as an adjuvant, accelerating the chemical changes without interfering in the actual drug.
4) Thorax: 10 to 15 minutes per session.
Note 4: The use of antipyramid in the chest is not recommended if the patient has pacemaker, but has not been shown to cause interference. These patients may use pyramids for sleep, but with antipyramid not enough tests have been performed on the devices or on pacemaker volunteers. If there are no pacemakers, cervical problems, herniated discs, chronic contractions, hiatal hernias, and general infections anywhere in the chest can be treated.
5) Head: Never more than 5 minutes.
NOTE 5: Infections can lead to double the time, this is up to 10 minutes in the head for otitis, gingivitis, headaches unrelated to liver dysfunctions or magnetic factors, such as the use of hair dryer, causing of over ninety percent of migraines and chronic headaches. If the problem is caused by inflammatory processes from infections, apply up to 10 minutes, but if the inflammation is traumatic (recent beating or wounds), it is preferable to stay in the 5 minutes but shorten the interval to 90 minutes (one hour and a half) until the inflammation has resided. Most of the time it will only take two sessions to eliminate the inflammation.
In this case, we are considering an emergency, since the blows to the head require a more complete attention in the shortest possible time to diagnose and avoid complications. Any of the treatments recommended by the traumatologist may be accompanied by sessions of antipyramid, with the minimum time pattern of 5 minutes.