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hopeful4
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For those of you who have used the PE-1 for treatment, did you first have all of your amalgams removed? And did you also treat for parasites before beginning the PE-1 therapy?

I'd like to hear your experiences on this topic. Thanks.

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I used the Bionic. Yes, I had my amalgams out over 20 years ago, so they weren't an issue. I also treated parasites before and after photon treatment.

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No, I didn't. I did not find the treatment helpful. I am still very sick. I was off completely off abx for a couple of months to give other things a shot but no luck.

I have treated parasites now and continue to do so even though I haven't noticed anything. Ivermectin is also the treatment for FL1953 and I have taken enough to worm two horses!

I use the PE-1 about an hour a day in the hopes it is doing something but not with nosodes any more. Maybe it is just a new infection - dont know for sure.

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Nefferdun, without the nosodes it won't go for the infection. I wouldn't add in the nosodes every day, but why not try adding them in once a week for a month and see what happens?

I'm sorry you didn't get good results from the treatment. [Frown]

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Thanks six and nefferedun. So, six, you became healthy again, with the Bionic 880 treatment...hurray! You had no amalgams, and you treated for parasites, as well.

And nefferedun, you are still fighting to get well. Are you using a certain protocol or treatment plan with the PE-1?


I don't have a mouthful of amalgams, but I do have a crown, and an older amalgam filling in a molar. As some of my other small fillings have gotten old and needed replacing, my dentist has replaced them with the non-mercury filling material, I think it's called composite.

Is it still necessary to treat for parasites when stool tests are negative? Do we have parasites that by-pass detection?

I've been ill for 12 yrs., in treatment with a Lyme and cos diagnosis for 7 yrs. Better, but not "well". Looking into PE-1 treatment. So, would the mercury fillings and the possibility of parasites need to be addressed before beginning the PE-1 treatment? Or is it not a hard and fast rule?

Thanks again.

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I was loaded with parasites and tested negative, so based on my experience, I'd say testing isn't all that accurate.

There is not hard and fast rule in Lyme treatment. [Frown] But it does seem that those who addressed amalgams seem to have done better than those who did not.

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Right sixgoofykids, there's no absolutes in Lyme treatment. So, for many who have removed amalgams, it's played an important role in returning to health.

And then, with the testing for parasites, as with everything else, accuracy cannot be counted on. Therefore, treat as though we have the parasites.

Makes sense. I guess I just needed to hear it. Thanks for your input.

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It seems that all of the toxins can be interrelated. I have done things a little different but if one is ill - we have to try everything to detoxify.

As GiGi posted, it seems that the order is correct (ie: the Babushka principle) -
human > parasites > metals > yeasts/mold/fungus > bacteria > viruses

I was using the LightWorks & had a problem... I think it was parasites. It took me 2 years but I think I got rid of them. I'm working on metals now but I have some dental work to do first.

I also think methylation &/or KPU have an effect on detoxification. If you correct these things, the body can detoxify better.

This stuff takes time. In my opinion - it's probably better to address the more "obvious" stuff first before using the light. Everyone is different, though.

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sparkle- I'm working on methylation. I've been treated for everything except metals and possibly parasites. Since I remain "unwell", it looks like they need to be addressed.

Can you tell me something about the LightWorks? How is it used, and how would it compare to the PE-1? Are you saying that the LightWorks helped you get rid of the parasites?

Best wishes.

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Look around and see what has happened to your neighborhood. Do www.antennaresearch.com where you live. What may feel to you like Lyme or the newest bug discovered, microwave tower exposure everywhere we look and the addition of Smart Meters in many areas are contributing to feeling unwell, often neuro symptoms that are unexplained.

I have been to hell and yonder recently because I discovered the Smart Meters and several new antennas and microwave towers all over this neck of the woods. Nothing is caused by long gone Lyme because I have not had Lyme or any infections for years. If you have any/some toxic metals remaining that would probably not bother normally, but when more high frequency radiation as in Smart Meters and Microwave towers, etc. come into your neighborhood, the goose is being cooked.

We are being bombarded with it from every angle.

Even when Lyme infections are no longer a problem, we remain sensitive to any of these murderous stressful exposures because we have lost some of the protective myelin, etc.

Check what is going on in your neighborhood. For some it means speedy removal of amalgams and metal detox. We who still carry some of this stuff in us are walking antennas. I do not have any metal in my mouth and have not had any since 1998. But out of the mouth does not mean it is out of the body. Just be aware of this possibility.

You can only act if you know what you are dealing with. Being able to have energetic testing is practically the only way to reveal the hidden causes.

Take care.

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Just a question about the metals and microwaves from smart meters etc, if someone has metal implanted in the body from surgery what would this do ? Is it only certain metals that cause this or all metals even stainless steel implants?
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Metals like lead, mercury and aluminum are usually considered worse than stainless, but unfortunately stainless has nickel in it which can definitely be a problem.
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On great I have metal in my leg that is permenant hope I can still get better
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None of us can get rid of all of our toxins. It's just a toxic world. I would think if you lower all your other toxins - other metals that you can get rid of, parasites, borrelia, etc. that hopefully the leg will cause you no problems. Lots of people have metal crowns, which are stainless.
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How the heck will I ever be able to detox from metals if I have metal in my leg hopefully detoxing from other metals will still help . I really hope too that the metal in my leg isn't causing a lower immunity which means that I can never get rid of the Lyme and co
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You can definitely still detox the mercury and lead. Those are the big players.
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I just typed this big long thing & it's gone! Frustrating... Maybe I'll try to retype it later? I knew I should have saved it. Grrr.
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Gigi-thank you for the info. I'll check into it.

Thanks all for your comments. Metals, EMFs, it's a lot of toxins. Keep on detoxing! Don't give up!

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