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where would I get it? How much does it cost? how do I learn to use it? How do I make sure I am not getting "scammed"? Is it safe?

Who here has used one and gotten better? Sorry for all the questions...I'm just tired of taking pills and not getting better

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Other dx: 2000: Endometriosis 2009: Chronic EBV, Mycoplasma infection, HHV6, H.pylori

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Yes, it is safe, as long as instructions are followed and support methods are in place.

Yes, I think it's an excellent idea, especially for those who have trouble with pharmaceuticals.

I have an EMEM-5 but have not yet been able to learn all I need to get started with it. It's the heavy metal detox stuff that has me stumped. So very hard to figure out, or afford.

I have hyperacusis, so the fan on my EMEM 5 is so very loud to my ears that it's torture to use (but the maker said he'd never heard anyone else have that problem and he's build many over the years).

My EMEM 5 requires dialing the different code number for each infection. A machine that "sweeps" would be far easier but also more expensive.

The least expensive is an EMEM-5 (about $450. and upward). I hear that has gotten the job done for many folks. It just takes a bit more brain power.

Still, hope that my brain will kick in soon so I can get to the rife is my only hope for any kind of a life. That much is very clear to me. So, I'd better just stop trying to wake my brain up at the computer and make a series of dates with my Rife.

Rosner's book details the choices.

The discussion thread below is very helpful, too.

Herxheimer support & Heavy metal detox methods still need to be employed with rife. Probiotics, too, and other key nutritional supports.


RIFE MACHINE resources

Book: Lyme Disease and Rife Machines by Bryan Rosner

[A MUST-HAVE book, IMO. It's just not safe to proceed until reading this, I think it's that important.]


Do a cross search for videos at YouTube for: Rosner, Rife and for Rife, Lyme


Lyme-Rife group on Yahoo


RIFE Support Discussion Thread here on LymeNet


MDs are not allowed to introduce the subject of rife. But, if you ask, they can share what they may have heard from patients, etc.

Many LL complementary practitioners incorporate RIFE. You might be able to find one near you or through links here:

How to find an ILADS educated LL professional in complementary fields (naturopathic, acupuncture, etc.)

Also includes article and book links by all kinds of LL authors - and information about herbal and nutritional supplements.


Sylver's book is very detailed. It is not at all just about lyme, though, as is Rosner's book linked above.

Revised 2011 - hardcover or e-book (reduced price for "ebook")


with a Holistic Health Primer

- by Nenah Sylver, PhD

DVD is also available of authors presentation at the Rife Conference.

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I have an EMEM machine. I think it really helps. That said , the GB4000 is a lot stronger . Ask juli or dbergy . Juli has improved a whole LOT with hers. It is much more expensive unfortunately .

Rife has helped me . I also feel taking grapefruit seed extract ( nutribiotic drops ) and artemesia annua have made a huge difference . These personally helped more than 3 years of abx for me.


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I have the EMEM-5A .. works great! I bought mine AFTER getting well. I bought it to keep the bugs away! Seven years and counting!

Buy the book Keebler mentioned... a must have.

also find the Rife thread here

Opinions, not medical advice!

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