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opus2828
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Has anyone successfully rifed for co-infections like babesia, bartonella, erlichia? Thanks.
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Nobody has rifed for co infections?
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Yes yes yes. Read the rife support thread.

Many experiences and info

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I have treated my wife for Babesia, Bart and Lyme.

The Babesia has been totally eliminated. It has been several years with no symptoms or response to the frequencies.

The Bart is gone going by lack of symptoms. I am somewhat suspicious that there might be some remaining.

The Lyme is greatly reduced, but cyst form remains. Once in a while it converts and I have to treat her for a couple of days. She is back to normal otherwise. Now, the Lyme is easily controlled. For some reason her immune system seems to be helping more than before.

She does not appear to have Erlichia so I have never treated that infection.

Dan

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That is awesome to hear d berg! I am interested in rife. which machine do u have?
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I use the GB-4000 with the MOPA amplifier now. Much of her treatment was done using the GB-4000 using the contact method with the regular amplifier.

In addition to treating Lyme and co-infections, I now use it as my main treatment for my Crohn's disease. This is a work in progress but so far it is working better than the three medications I have used in the past. It took some time to identify the pathogens involved, and how to reduce or eliminate them.

That is the most difficult part of using this method. It is very exacting so knowing what is causing the particular disease or symptoms is really important.

Dan

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