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Tammy N.
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Apparently it's good for more than just parasites. I haven't put a lot of time into research yet, but I will when I have a moment. In the meantime, I thought I'd pose this question to my friends here.

Thanks.

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Hi Tammy,
One of the doctors I see at NIHA recommended I use a Hulda Clark zapped for parasites. I was somewhat skeptical but I decided to give it a try. I found a Mini Zapper on eBay.

Here's the link: http://item.mobileweb.ebay.com/viewitem?itemId=160926617636&index=1&nav=SEARCH&nid=98550692699
I like the product and the service was very good.

The first time I used it, I had a strong herx, went to bed and woke up the next morning and felt better than I did before. I used it every day for a couple more weeks with small herxes until I didn't have a reaction anymore.

I also use it when I feel a cold or virus coming on and it seems to weaken it some.

I also have to thank you for the recommendation to go to NIHA and see Dr. M. He started me on a path to healing and I am SOOO much better. I am 90% normal and I know I will be 100%. He is my favorite doctor!

I'm also seeing Dr. G who is looking at things from a different angle. Between the two of them, I am better than I have been in years!

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Linnada - I am so happy to hear of your improvements! This is wonderful news! I love Dr. M too. And I think it's especially great that he can attend to all of our dental issues also, which is such an important part of our health.

Thanks for the info on the zapper. I've heard that you should only use Hulda Clark's and not another brand. But its good to know that you found your unit helpful. I want to look more into all of this.

Thanks and best wishes for the new year!!

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I build one per the instructions in one of her books. It has been very modestly helpful for me, and that for only a couple brief periods of time.

I have done many other things for parasites that have been much much much more helpful.

That said, just the last few days, my sea salt and vitamin C intake have really increased (per pendulum testing), makes me wonder if I'm finally "doing the salt/C", something I really never tested for in terms of amounts to take. I have had a lot of significant health changes/improvements recently, so one never knows, maybe the zapper's usefulness will be different now or in the future.

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Tammy, I also heard that too about the zappers. I wanted to try a more inexpensive one before I spent a lot on a Hulda Clark zapper.

Please let me know if you decide to buy one and what your experience is. If you have success, I may consider investing in one.

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Anyone else?
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My husband has a degree in electrical engineering and he built a zapper for me based on plans in her book.

I used the zapper everyday for a year to deal with parasites but it did not take care of parasites for me. When I started prescription drugs for parasites I had a huge die-off. It was so huge that my liver hurt so much I could hardly walk.

The thing that my husband and I have found that the zapper works for is colds/flu. If we use it at the first signs of a cold we can often stop it from coming on. I usually have to do it everyday for a week or so to keep it from coming on though. It's worth it.

At the time I was doing the zapper for parasites I also used her protocol. That said, even prescriptions have not gotten totally rid of parasites for me although they have made a huge difference.

Terry

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For those of you who built one (Michael and Terry's husband), could you please check out the link that Linnada posted for the inexpensive one she purchased on Amazon -- http://item.mobileweb.ebay.com/viewitem?itemId=160926617636&index=1&nav=SEARCH&nid=98550692699


Do you think this unit would be just as good or perhaps better than the one you built on your own? Thanks for sharing thoughts.

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My husband has a little mini zapper, but not Hulda Clark's.

He says he feels better when he uses it. Don't know what its doing for him though in terms of parasites or Lyme.

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I read that Dr. K said that it didn't work for parasites. I don't know - I never tried it.

The company SOTA sells one that is a blood electrifier & makes colloidal silver, too. It was built to Bob Beck's protocol. You may want to look into that one as well.

I'm thinking of trying the SOTA one in the future. I already have the LightWorks & I recently got the MagPulser.

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I have one. Rarely use it for anything now. But I do think it helps for colds too.
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quote:
Originally posted by Tammy N.:
For those of you who built one (Michael and Terry's husband), could you please check out the link that Linnada posted for the inexpensive one she purchased on Amazon -- http://item.mobileweb.ebay.com/viewitem?itemId=160926617636&index=1&nav=SEARCH&nid=98550692699


Do you think this unit would be just as good or perhaps better than the one you built on your own? Thanks for sharing thoughts.

My guess would is that it would be essentially the same.
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Thanks for your replies.

MannaMe - do you know which one your husband has?

Brussels - which one do you have?

I'm thinking of giving the cheap one a try (check out link above). Let me know what you think.

Thanks!

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Thanks Michael.

I wonder if Hulka Clark's unit is much better or if these cheaper units would be (almost) just as good.

Any other opinions?

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quote:
Originally posted by TerryK:
My husband has a degree in electrical engineering and he built a zapper for me based on plans in her book.

Terry

No need to have a degree in electrical engineering to build one.
Anyone with a slight hobby interest in technics can build one, so maybe ask your little cousin or boy/girl next door to help you.

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quote:
Originally posted by Tammy N.:


I wonder if Hulda Clark's unit is much better or if these cheaper units would be (almost) just as good.

Any other opinions?

Since it is such a simple device, you may expect the cheap one to work just as well as an expensive one. Once you know what the ingredints cost, you know that there is no need for it to be expensive.

But I would not recommend to put this one on a 12 volt battery. Better be safe and on the 9 volts. But use a rechargable battery so you can start with fresh power every time you zap.

Good recovery!

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I have had a zapper for a while now.

It uses the same frequencies and Rife. The CAFL frequencies list.

I have had it for about five years now, bought it just before my lyme dx as I was desperate for some relief from my 'migraines'.

I have NOT used it for TBD frequency sets yet.

Something I have been trying this week, and it literally amazes me, and makes me think that there is a chance the Zapper will work for TBDs is:

My allergies were so bad I was getting a bloody nose.
I was double on all the allergy meds and not finding relief.

Allergies, my understanding, are the immune system thinking pollen is Public Enemy #1 and releasing a histamine army to fight the pollen.

Hypersensitivity, Type III: 0.02, 0.30, 0.85, 7.50, 32.50, 240.28, 346.00, 628.00, 833.70, 925.68

This is the fourth night I am running these frequencies.

I have not used allergy meds in three days, and have only sneezed once.

I put the positive red strap on my left foot, and the negative black strap on my right foot, and then I go to bed, while the zapper runs the sweeps of each frequency.

The first two nights, my body woke me up when it had enough, and I turned the zapper off, and removed the foot straps.

Last night, I slept with them on almost 7 hours, so it would have ran seven full sets of the frequencies with rest periods in between.

Had some mild encephalitis today. Pretty sure this was a herx from having the zapper on too long.

Anyways, that's my news for the zapper.

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