GSK polarizer-amplifier

Emissions of remedies

Full list of emissions of pharmaceuticals and curative plants: Actovegin, Allergy treatment, Arbidol, Deltaran, Dilacor, Esentiale, Fosamax, Liver treatment, Noni, Prednisolone, Preductal, Samprost, Soursop, Ursosan, Weight loss complex.


GSK – polarizer-amplifier is a device, based on the recently discovered phenomenon of polarization of emissions of organic and inorganic substances, as well as biological objects. This device was named after the scientists who discovered the abovementioned effect and designed the device (M. Grinstein, M. Shraibman, M. Kutushov).

There are two types of the device: one - for diagnostics, the second one is for treatment.

Diagnostic GSK is applied for Bioresonance diagnostics. With the help of instrumental equipment, the doctor applies a super-weak electromagnetic signal to a patient and makes an evaluation of the person's condition comparing resonance response with the database called “Selector”. "Selector" contains all the frequency characteristics of human organs in normal and pathological condition.

GSK is a device additional to Bioresonance equipment. It sorts out and amplifies the emissions and allows obtaining new quality data.

Remedial GSK allows to lower or completely relieve the pain of different etiology: headache, joint pain, muscle pain etc. 

  • Emission

    The essence of the “Emission” project is the possibility to transmit emission (properties) of organic and inorganic substances and biological objects remotely via communication lines using Internet addressing system.

  • Artificial Blood Substitute

    Authors of the invention: Ph.D. Biology, Candidate of Chemical Sciences, Kuznetsova Irina and Ph.D. Medicine Evgeny Maevsky. AT300 was developed on the basis of the Russian Scientific-Research Institute of Hematology and Transfusion Medicine, St. Petersburg.

  • Cancer treatment

    Dissymetric therapy (anisotropizing) tinctorial therapy (DST) – is an innovative method of oncological diseases treatment. It is based on the theory of Professor Kutushov about the causes of cancer and it's development.