Therapeutic Complex Data File
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What is an XMLC file?
An XMLC file contains therapeutic complex data used by Biomedis M Air software, an app that manages the Biomedis M bioresonance correction device. It stores data in the XML standard configuring an electromagnetic oscillation session. Examples of data stored in an XMLC file include the therapy's name, duration, time frequency, and multi frequencies.
The Biomedis M device conducts bioresonance therapy via electromagnetic oscillations to help restore an organism's body rhythms after a disease has disrupted them. People often use the device with other treatments, including physiotherapy, homeopathy, and acupuncture.
Biomedis M Air organizes electromagnetic oscillation as therapeutic complex data. You can navigate to the location in which Biomedis M Air stores complexes by selecting the Complex tab within the Profile tab.
NOTE: Biomedis no longer sells the M device.
How to open an XMLC file
You can open XMLC files with Biomedis M Air software in Windows. To open a file with the program, select Profile → Complex, then choose Import therapy complexes.
Since XMLC files store plain text, you can also open XMLC files with a plain text editor, such as Microsoft Notepad or Apple TextEdit. However, viewing XMLC files with a text editor will not appear the same as opening it with Biomedis M Air.