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SusanH
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Hi all,

I'm feeling very confused (what's new) about which set of frequencies to use.

For example, I have one set from my doctor (who uses GB4000), another set that I've collect as best results from you all in this group, and yet another set provided in the booklet with the machine (mine is BCX Ultra).

Lyme frequencies recommended by doc (GB4000)
466, 467,468

Lyme frequencies with most results I've gathered from this group
306, 432, 612, 2016

Lyme frequencies in my booklet (BCX Ultra)
9 different sets including Doug's, none of which match.
864, 495,485-497, 408, 499, 500-505, 620, 610-628.

And that's just one of the mann in the pamphlet.

So, which do you think I should run? Do I try them each different weeks to see which gets a reaction? I heard it could take time, months even, to make a change. So how do I know what works best for me?

Someone in the forum said the frequencies are the same no matter which machine we use. If that's true, then why so many different ones. Is that because the bacteria is different at different times?

Any insights would be much appreciated.

Thank you all for everything you've taught me.

Susan

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lyme987
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Did you check out the rifinglyme facebook page?

go to the rifing thread and you can find it there.
There is a lot of information for those new to rifing-

It is very confusing, many people rife only single frequencies, others use the autoprograms such as the ones you listed from the Brian Rosner Book- 466, 467, 468 (These programs are for the GB4000)

The single frequency will hit a specific pathogen as opposed to the autoprograms which are designed to cover more

Running single frequencies are very powerful, while running the auto prorams are more diluted

It's very individual- I was so sick in the beginning when I started rifing that I could only handle a short 5 min autoprogram on the lowest output (GB4000)

Check out the facebook page-very informative

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It's best to switch things up .. so USE THEM ALL! Use one or two for a week, then the next two ... whatever works. Just keep rotating. They all hit SOMETHING.

I rotate them. I also write down each frequency I use and how long I run it. I have a little notebook for that.

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SusanH
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I'm so sorry. I thought I was on the rifing thread.

I will check out the facbook page and post the question there.

And I've started the little notebook too.

Many thanks!

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