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The information of this website is offered on a general and informational basis only. The content is intended to serve general education, further education and documentation of possible effects of colors in the context of the Spectro-Chrome Method according to Dinshah P. Ghadiali.
The content of this website is not intended - nor is it implied - to serve as professional medical or therapeutic advice; and can not serve as a consultation with regard to actual health problems. You should not attempt to solve a current problem on the basis of the information provided by this website. You should always seek the advice and guidance of a qualified health provider of your choice.
Although the content of this website is provided in good faith, neither the author nor the supplier can assume responsibility or liability for any results, directly or consequential, from practical or experimental application of the information given.
The Spectro-Chrome Method has its origins more than a hundred years ago, a time in which academic medicine was still in its infancy. As a result, treatment plans were designed for diseases which, according to current knowledge, absolutely require emergency medical care or medical treatment under supervision of a medical practitioner (doctor). For instance, life-threatening diseases (e.g. heart attack, stroke), reportable infectious diseases such as contagious sexually transmitted diseases and tuberculosis. Tonation1 plans concerning this matter have not been removed from the list for the following reasons: on the one hand no censorship was to be exercised, on the other hand didactic reasons have played a role - studying these tonation plans can contribute to a better understanding of color profiles within the Spectro-Chrome system, as they were postulated by Dinshah.
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1 tonation – a specific Spectro-Chrome term by Dinshah P. Ghadiali, meaning a treatment session with Spectro-Chrome Colors