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miles2go
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And how does it work. I saw someone reference a Rife Board on this site but couldn't find it. What is a rife machine and what are the benefits from using one? Is there a downside?
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I'm wondering the same thing.

Also, does anyone know the frequencies for strep?

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There are frequencies for tapeworms.
Though i don't know anybody who has used them.

Zymex II works for tapeworms.
It digests them in gut when taken on empty stomach.

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I am not a big Hulda Clark follower, but she says that if you treat tape worms using frequencies, you should run a sweep.

She claims that the head and the body of the tape worm does not necessarily respond to the same frequency, and you could theoretically cause more tapeworms by breaking it in two.

Like much of her work, she does not explain how she knows this, or what evidence she has to back it up. So take it for whatever you think it is worth.

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A Rife machine works by running specific frequencies that will negatively affect a particular pathogen.

It does work well for some pathogens, but may not work well for others. It is experimental, but I think we have enough evidence here alone, that it often works for Lyme Disease, and some co-infections.

It is not a miracle cure, but has helped many improve their condition by varying degrees. Some people have not had any improvement using this method, so like any other treatment, it is not 100% effective for everyone.

Hope that helps.

Dan

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I'm not sure about tapeworm - but I've been rifing using all the parastite frequencies that I know of and am having good success.

I have drastically reduced my parasite load and even thought I had them all until I did a 30 day cleanse recently, rifed on the last day and had a MAJOR dieoff reaction.

So - I attribute my success to rifing regularly (was doing it every other week now rifing every week for parsites) as well as doing the 30 day cleanses every 3 to 4 months (rotating the types of cleanses. I was doing Humaworm and more recently ParaPhyte)

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