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VB
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I was reading a book with advice from many different lyme doc's (I forget the name of the book) and one of the doctors indicated that she felt rife might help break up biofilms.

Has anyone else heard that? I just started rifing, and have herxed, but cant 100% associate the herxes with rife yet... it's too soon to tell (I'm on heavy abx as well). I can however tell that the herxes I've been feeling lately have brought back symptoms that I haven't felt in a LONG time, like crushing fatigue and extreme thirst.

These are symptoms I originally associated with viruses, which were also a problem for me initially. So, basically, I'm wondering if by rifing you can break up biofilms and unleash other stuff... viruses, metals, etc.

Possibly, does rife not only kill bacteria but also potentially vibrate biofilms away and allow our immune systems to fight the stuff hiding within the biofilm colonies (viruses, etc)?

Thoughts? Please no rife-bashing. I do know that not everyone believes in this method, and I'm not 100% certain about it yet either, but do know that a lot of people report positive experiences. My (respected... and conservative/traditional) LLMD even indicates that he believes from patients' experiences that rife helps people.

Thank you,
V

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Thanks and sorry! I had no idea. I cleaned it out.
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I don't think there is any way of knowing for certain what effect it has on the biofilm, but it is a good question.

I do think it is safe to say the biofilm does not prevent the frequency from affecting the bacteria.

You can hit other pathogens, particularly if you use frequency sweeps. I hit Strep in myself by accident.

Killing Lyme is thought to release Mercury that it has accumulated. No matter how you kill it, that will not change.

Running frequency treatments does dehydrate you somewhat, although yours seems more extreme than anything I have experienced.

Fatigue has so many sources, and just the toxins released could cause it, or it could be inflammation.

I suppose if it were myself, I would try to neutralize toxins and take some anti-inflammatory supplements. Turmeric, Ginger and Krill Oil have always been part of my wife's Lyme program.

Good Luck

Dan

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Thanks Dan. I don't think I can do a sweep on my machine or I would. I have an EMEM3 and it only runs one frq at a time.
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Best of my memory Bryan Rosner states in his rife book or one of his video's that rife hits bio films. FWIW.
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Thanks Jarjar. I sure hope so!
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