Like the orgone accumulator, the DOR-Buster is a surprisingly effective instrument, despite its extremely simple construction. Wilhelm Reich had developed the principle of energy disposal with the Cloudbuster: stagnated atmospheric orgone, which he called DOR, was made to flow again with metal pipes and tubes by discharging the energy into flowing water.
Reich applied the same principle in the medical field. He also called the energy bound in the muscular spasms "DOR" and began to treat the muscle armor with a small cloudbuster. The no longer flowing orgone energy is sucked out and directed into the water, fresh energy flows in. This principle seems to work in the organism just as it does in the atmosphere.
In order to be able to work with such a concept on the living organism, thorough training on the medical DOR-Buster is an indispensable prerequisite. This is one reason why very little has been published about this device. The only systematic medical report can be found in: Jorgos Kavouras, MD: Heilen mit Orgon Energie, ISBN 3-7999-0271-6.
We manufacture the medical DOR-Buster to order. However, it must be emphasized that this device is not as harmless as its simple design would suggest. Use by medical laypersons is not recommended under any circumstances.
Orgone accumulators, orgone blankets, DOR busters etc. were developed and used by Dr. Wilhelm Reich as medically usable devices. Even today there are doctors, alternative practitioners and psychotherapists who work with them and for them and for their patients we have produced many devices since 1977.
Nevertheless, it must be said at this point that all orgonomic products are offered by us as physical experimental devices. We explicitly do not offer medical treatments and medical advice. Orgonomy has not established itself as a medical discipline and is still considered an unproven alternative healing method.
Therefore, anyone who is considering using orgone devices for themselves on a trial basis should familiarize themselves with their possibilities in the relevant literature.
On the one hand, there are Wilhelm Reich's books, some of which are still available in stores - but also in public libraries. In recent years, moreover, books have appeared which deal in detail with the medical application of orgonomy: