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gigimac
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I have the opportunity to try out a gb4000 rife machine. Has this helped anyone?Any tips?
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treated 5 years of intense antibiotic therapy
IV, IM shots, orals

just got sicker and sicker, rifing is the only thing that helped me

There is a rifing thread and a facebook page

check is out, there is so much info!

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My wife is near normal and this was our primary treaent method. Had no access to any pharmaceutical treatments.

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thanks guys, that is great to hear!!
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I also have the GB4000 with the MOPA and it has helped me a lot!
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quote:
Originally posted by tick battler:
I also have the GB4000 with the MOPA and it has helped me a lot!
tickbattler

tickbattler, can you say more specifically how it helped and in what kind of time frame?

Ater I was dx'd, I tried rifing intensively for 3-3 1/2 years with EMEM, Magnetic Pulser, and the Doug Coil----along with ozone, herbs, etc. I herxed plenty, but only got worse, much worse.

I would love to use rifing, but have been afraid to go back to that, as I sustained terrible brain damage (not from the rifing, but from getting worse).

The GB 4000 plus MOPA sounds like the best way of rifing, as with the Doug Coil and EMEM, you can only do one frequency at a time and each frequency has to be set, which makes doing a range of frequencies difficult.

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Up, for talktel.
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Hi Rumigirl,
I have been using it for treating blastocystis, which I have been battling for over 2 years since our house well water went bad (over and over). We thought it was fixed with purification equipment but it didn't work. We had to put a new well in this year! I have spent the entire summer with my kids in Michigan so we would have clean, safe water to use.

Blasto is very hard to treat for some so rifing for blasto gives me herxes but then major improvement the next day. I just have to keep rifing for it every day. I have also just started the baby bottle MMS protocol and the MMS parasite protocol and it is really helping with my nervous system issues which I also feel are from parasites. I am hoping it will eventually help with my bloated stomach and gurgling. The nervous system issues are more terrible to deal with so I am so happy to see improvement with those.

I know you have been struggling for a long time. PM me if you want me to send you some links on the MMS protocol. I figured if it can bring nonverbal, autistic kids to complete healing (I mean back to mainstream classes with no IEP!), then it has to help me! I also saw changes in my children within the first week. They have never been better....ever.....after this last winter when I thought they had all literally lost their minds....now they are normal, healthy kids going to sleepovers with their cousins.

Anyway, I think the GB and MOPA is a great machine and it clearly helps, especially if you know what you are battling. Together with MMS, I think it is a great combo, since MMS kills those bad things that you don't know you have which could be causing a lot of symptoms. There are several different ways to take MMS now which can help those who may have allergies to the activators.

I did have a DT machine before the GB and it was just not strong enough to do anything for me. The MOPA is also great because you don't have to hold on to anything. I run it at night while sleeping.

Best,
tickbattler

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quote:
Originally posted by Rumigirl:
quote:
Originally posted by tick battler:
I also have the GB4000 with the MOPA and it has helped me a lot!
tickbattler

tickbattler, can you say more specifically how it helped and in what kind of time frame?

Ater I was dx'd, I tried rifing intensively for 3-3 1/2 years with EMEM, Magnetic Pulser, and the Doug Coil----along with ozone, herbs, etc. I herxed plenty, but only got worse, much worse.

I would love to use rifing, but have been afraid to go back to that, as I sustained terrible brain damage (not from the rifing, but from getting worse).

The GB 4000 plus MOPA sounds like the best way of rifing, as with the Doug Coil and EMEM, you can only do one frequency at a time and each frequency has to be set, which makes doing a range of frequencies difficult.

What did you do?? same boat.
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