BSI Signature Holistic Health Reset & Detox Program

Testing, Analysis & Custom Prescribed Treatment

Holistic Health Reset Program Cost : Rp. 3.700.000 – 20.000.000

Depending on Diagnosis & Treatment needs.

The world has changed faster than the body can adapt. Every moment of every day sees unfathomable mixtures of chemicals, vehicle exhausts, food additives and preservatives, medical vaccinations, antibiotics, pharmaceuticals, and stresses of every kind assaulting the delicate balance that is human life. The liver filters and stores much of these stressors, but cannot always process them. When the liver becomes over-burdened, skin blemishes, aching joints, gas, bloating, weight gain, fatigue, and myriad other reactions often result.

Detox & prevention are the core of services offered by BSI. We are science-based in terms of diagnosis and treatment, however the medicines are natural and one-of-a-kind by Therapure Nutraceuticals, creating a targeted, more accurate, immune-boosting, natural healing process. We examine and explore patient’s overall health, designing a customized plan to cleanse the body from many of the environmental and conditioned toxins that make their way into our everyday lives.

BSI International Clinics views disease and its causes very differently, a methodology rarely known to most patients. An holistic science-based approach (discerning causes of disease through scientific procedure, and healing with appropriate natural medicines and techniques) means we get to know you, spending approximately two or more hours together over two visits.

BSI certified medical staff first review the extensive on-line questionnaire the patient is asked to complete.  Once accepted for therapy at BSI, the patient is then scheduled for two appointments.

The first appointment begins with review and clarification of answers given by the patient from the on-line questionnaire. This is followed by physical examination that includes simple cardio-pulmonary testing, aural heart monitoring, blood pressure check, temperature-circulation quality check, oxygen saturation, abdominal palpitation if needed, and viewing of any complaints regarding skin, organs, etc.

Blood and urine samples are requested, and are immediately processed at the BSI onsite labs. Two drops of this blood are placed on a microscope slide, for preliminary diagnoses preformed within full view of the patient on high-resolution monitor.

The BSI technician will search for anomalies and their meanings in the blood (many of which do not present in conventional blood and urine lab testing), such as fungus, bacteria, parasites, damage to red cells, quality and type of white blood cells (immunities), serum (clear blood) observation, and vital force (the ability of blood to continue flowing outside of the body). These observations work in consort with blood laboratory testing to further clarify modern problems, such as antibiotic resistance, fungal infections, and more.

And during the first visit, many patients also request a standard intravenous infusion, type and dose based on answers from the questionnaire. This IV may include 5 or 10 grams ( 5,000 or 10,000 mg) of vitamin C / sodium ascorbate, vitamins B1, B6, and B12, magnesium, EDTA chelate, electrolytes, all in 500 ml of pure water, taken over 90 minutes or less. 

What You Get

  • Estimated Costs for Service will be explained via return email, once your New Patient Questionnaire has been completed and received at BSI, and you have been accepted as a patient. (We need to known what your needs are before we can determine time and costs for you.)
  • Lifetime Membership with BSI International Clinic. This allows you to receive our medicines and therapies at any time, and also to write to us for information regarding any health problems we are able to address at BSI. (BSI Premium medicines, therapies, and consultation are exclusively available to Member Patients.)
  • General Health Check-up, based in part on the New Patient Questionnaire you would complete before arriving at our clinic. All new patients are accepted via this extensive form.
  • Health and lifestyle interview, which is also used to to further refine test results and better determine possible prescription for herbal medicines and therapies at BSI.
  • Basic physical exam. Blood pressure, oxygen percentage, heart rate and stability, body temperature, weight, respiratory function and rating, growths under and on skin, abdominal palpitation if needed, etc.
  • 105 blood and urine tests with comprehensive written explanation. Using state-of-art German technology. Click here for a complete listing of all tests an examinations included.

Blood and Urine Lab Tests Include:

  • Blood parasite and general inflammation check,
  • Basic disease check, based on bacteria, fungus, and virus loading,
  • Basic cancer indicators (as determined from white blood cell Differential Count, epithelial cell count, and other indices as read together)(does not include tumor antigen tests, which are optional)
  • Anemia, clotting factors, general health indices of red blood cells ability to transport oxygen/carbon, nutrients/wastes, as determined by CBC, Blood Sugar, and more.
  • 5 Liver function tests
  • 17 Urine and urine sedimentation tests, plus basic blood tests for kidney / urinary function
  • And Live Blood, Bright-Field Microscope Pre-Analysis (you watch on hi-res monitor) to verify and preview results from computerized blood testing above.

Includes basic indicators for:

  • Single-celled parasites,
  • Crystallization and corresponding toxicity,
  • Heavy metals concentration from smoking, pollution, etc.
  • Coagulation,
  • Red cell damage,
  • Acidity,
  • Damage from excessive sugars, bacteria, stimulants, etc,
  • Damage from excessive microwave (WiFi / cellular phone) radiation, and much more.


And a large variety of optional additional tests can be added during first consultation, or returning test results consultation, if requested by the Patient or the BSI Practitioner. Additional testing is only recommended on average to 1 in 20 patients.

Test results and prescription (if needed) are presented to the patient and explanations given in detail during the second visit, 2 – 3 business days later.

Detailed Schedule of Included Tests and Procedures

Full Analysis of all 105 tests is documented on a 28 – 34 page report, complete with photos and combined meanings of the tests. This report is presented to the patient, explained page by page. A prescription is included at the end, if needed.

Smear and Live Bright Field Microscope Blood Observations – in view of the patient, with photos of relevant observations added to the report:

  • Lactic acid crystallization and toxification (a determination of heavy metals and toxins in the blood)
  • Red cell clotting ability or excess
  • Red cell rack focus ring count (cell stress test)
  • Reticulocyte cells
  • Neutrophil cell observations (size, quality, activity)
  • Lymphocyte cell observations (size, quality, activity)
  • Vital force (an observation of blood motility when not pumped by the heart)
  • Fibrins (an observation of acidity, hydration, and more)
  • Roulleux (cell hibernation and utility)
  • Erratic Roulleux (hibernating cells that are damaged)
  • Red cell fermentation (an observation of bacteria in the blood)
  • Differentiated bacteria in the blood
  • Non-differentiated bacteria
  • Beneficial bacteria observations
  • Fungus in the blood
  • Bacteria and fungus combinations
  • Stem cells
  • Serum hydration / dehydration
  • Serum quality
  • Cell stress average
  • Single celled parasites, including paramecium, ameba, spirochete, and more
  • Blood Rh type with wallet card
  • Search of other exogens, such as graphene derivatives, excessive clotting, etc.
  • Graphene hydroxide fragments, with Graphene hydrogel, and with Graphene oxide strands
  • Graphene hydrogel consuming red cells
  • Graphene hybrid parasite
  • Red cells with satellites, often known as acanthocytes or burr cells

Corporeal Observations

  • Body temperature observations from four locations, to analyze blood circulation quality
  • Oxygen saturation; resting, during cardio-pulinary test, and during ramp down
  • Heart resting observations in detail – compare four chambers, rhythm, strength
  • Cardio pulmonary lung and heart observations, (oxygenation ability, lung blockages, arrhythmia, recovery)
  • Eyes check
  • Blood pressure / Wrist Pulse Indicators
  • And if needed, abdomen palpitation, skin examination, nails examination, hair, genitalia, etc.
  • Fingernails health
  • Weight (past and present comparison)
  • BMI (Body Mass Index)
  • BFC (Body Fat Indicator)
  • BMR (Basal Metabolic Rate)

Extensive interview with the BSI doctor and Nurse Practitioner, including:

  • Review of answers from the extensive The New Patient Questionnaire
  • Diet and digestion
  • Physical complaints
  • Exercise habits
  • Present sleep habits analysis and suggested changes
  • Cancers
  • Toxic and radioactive exposures
  • Covid exposures
  • and much more per the New Patient Questionnaire

Differential Count (Immunities)

  • Stem cells
  • Basophils
  • Eosinophils
  • Neutrophils
  • Lymphocytes
  • NLR (Neutrophils to Lymphocytes Ratio)
  • Monocytes


CBC (Mechanized Complete Blood Count)

  • RBC (Red Blood Count)
  • HGB (Hemoglobin Count)
  • HCT (Hematocrit Count)
  • HGB / HCT Ratio (Hemoglobin / Hematocrit Ratio)
  • RTC (Reticulocytes Count)
  • MCV (Mean Cell Volume)
  • MCH (Mean Corpuscular Hemoglobin)
  • MCHC (Mean Corpuscular Hemoglobin Concentration)
  • PLT (Platelet Count)
  • PLR (Platelet / Lymphocyte Counts Ratio)
  • MPV (Mean Platelet Volume)
  • PDW (Platelet Distribution Width)
  • RDW-SD (Red Cell Distribution Width A)
  • RDW-CV (Red Cell Distribution Width B)
  • WBC (White Blood Cell Count)
  • NEUT % (Neutrophil Percentage)
  • NEUT # (Neutrophil Count)
  • LYM % (Lymphocyte Percentage)
  • LYM # (Lymphocyte Count)
  • MXD % (Mid Range Percentage)
  • MXD # (Mid Range Count)

Liver Tests

  • SGOT (Serum Glutamic Oxaloacetic Transminase)
  • SGPT (Serum Glutamic-Pyruvic Transminase)
  • SGOT/ SGPT Disease Ratio
  • Bilirubin Direct
  • Bilirubin Total
  • Albumin


Kidney Blood Tests

  • BUN (Blood Urea Nitrogen)
  • Creatinine
  • BUN / Creatinine Ratio
  • Uric Acid
  • Non-fasting Glucose

Urine Fluid

  • Color
  • Clarity
  • pH (Acid / Alkaline)
  • Specific Gravity
  • Protein
  • Glucose
  • Ketones
  • Nitrite
  • Urobilinogen
  • Bilirubin
  • Erythrocytes (Red Blood Cells)
  • Leukocytes (White Blood Cells)

Urine Sediment

  • Erythrocytes (Red Blood Cells)
  • Leukocytes (White Blood Cells)
  • Cylinders
  • Crystals
  • Bacteria
  • Fungus
  • Trichomonas