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FYRECRACKER
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I have just enough money saved up to where I COULD do this if I wanted to.

I just am afraid if it doesn't work, then I have no money to fall back on. I am living rent free with parents right now (not ideal as I am 26 and feel i should be independent and on my own) but i struggle to work 25 hours a week. That doesn't even cover the expenses I have every month with health insurance, treatments, doctor visits, etc.

Is there anyone in the states that has a machine that would maybe charge a fee to USE?

Is it necessary to go all the way to Germany??

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lululymemom
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I know an LLND in BC who does Bio-Photon therapy for his Lyme patients but he says it's not a stand alone therapy. It has to be combined with other things.

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I've had lyme since 1992 and have known hundreds of people with lyme . I started 2 lyme groups here and have talked to many people across the country.
So many treatments have been tried without success. If there was some treatment out there that worked It would be all over the news and web.
These machines are around 8- $10,000.
No way would I wast my money on something that has not been through Blind trials here in the U.S.

My opinion,
Save your money

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seekhelp
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What about sixgoofykids being in remission from it Al? Don't believe that?
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What state do you live in? I know of a few in Arizona. Personally though, I went to Germany and did this treatment and it did NOTHING for me. I know of several other people that went with no positive results either. I'd really think about it before spending that kind of money. Not say it's not helping some people, but I don't personally think it's "curing" as many people as was once told to us.
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quote:
Originally posted by seekhelp:
What about sixgoofykids being in remission from it Al? Don't believe that?

Yes we are all happy for six goofy but only a handfull had the positive results she did.
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Actually, many believe that it's the best for fighting bacterial infections, but they have other issues that are holding them back.

If I were going to do the treatment here, I'd buy a PE1 for $1000.

It is not a stand alone treatment in that you must also treat parasites and toxins. I treated KPU and mold as well. The Bionic IS a stand alone treatment for bacteria.

Toxins are a HUGE component. I'm STILL trying to get all the toxins out of my system. I came back from Germany 50% better and Lyme free. It took me another 9 months of cleanses and Bionic treatment to feel that I was in remission from it. In my experience, Lyme is a part of what we call Lyme Disease, but is not the only problem. Other issues have to be addressed to get well.

I have not had to go to the doctor, except for thyroid, since I went to Germany two years ago.

I actually do not believe antibiotics are a stand alone treatment either. They treat bacteria. Just like the Bionic 880. You still have to address toxins, parasites, deficiencies, etc. Lyme really messes with your system, there's a lot to fix.

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I should add, I used the Bionic on my daughter who had Lyme, too.

She was in remission at the time. She had to get enough sleep, or she'd feel bad. If she was under stress, she felt bad. She was considered in remission, but she could easily become symptomatic again.

When I came back, I treated her with the Bionic, first with Lyme nosodes, then with blood. Now she is completely well, even under stress, even without enough sleep.

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Six, did you buy the bionic machine to use at home?

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yes she did
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thanks, seek.. sure would be nice to get one of those..

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You can get a PE1 for a lot less money. People have had good results from using it. It's a lot less $$$.

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