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dan67
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POLL: Bartonella treatments that helped you the most? (non drug treatments)
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Rife frequency treatments have,kept my wife symptom free.

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I have used A-Bart in the past, and it lowered my symptoms considerably. I cannot get it now, as my favorite website is gone.

I'll be in the market for a used Rife very soon.

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What frequencies and how long? I have a basic Dan Tracy Rife machine. Thank you.
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I use 832 Hz and Char Boehm's DNA based Bart frequencies.

www.dnafrequencies.com

Twenty minutes is an effective amount of time for most pathogens. Longer if you have the time. Start with a couple minutes to determine reaction.

Dan

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so you are saying 20 minutes for each frequency?
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I run the frequencies eight at a time if I am running several. Even when I run a single frequency I still consider twenty minutes the minimum to get to the deeper regions of the body. I have had experiences going up from ten minutes to twenty that indicate it takes that long to kill some pathogens that are deeper in the body.

It will vary with device and the pathogen being treated, but its a rule of thumb I use for using the MOPA.

Just don't start out that long. It can kill way too much, way too fast.

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Zhang herbs
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Mild hyperbaric...had severe Bartonella...now 100% well, med free:

http://flash.lymenet.org/ubb/ultimatebb.php/topic/1/125201

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Which. Zheng herbs?
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The old HH2 formula from hepapro (Zhang).
And also rife freq 832 was great for me. Daily use kept bart at bay. Although for some strange reason I can't use ride anymore. I'm ultra sensitive to the die off. I don't believe it had anything to do with the rife though. I've become sensitive to all treatments.

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I also did VERY well with Zhang's Hepapro protocol when I could do that. The links are here, dan67:

http://flash.lymenet.org/scripts/ultimatebb.cgi/topic/1/119197?#000000

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Andrographis (featured in Buhner's books) helped tremendously to dissipate the foot pain for me that may have been bartonella related.

I took the top dose for 14 months (four tablets, 4 x day). I could not afford any other items as is best but it was just the best I could do. It did "cure" the terrible foot pain, helped relieve mouth ulcers and calmed sensory triggered seizures.

But, it made me rather tired, (it is sedative in nature) and I did not find it help much in other symptoms so then I moved on to BERBERINE. Still, I can only afford one supplement and no others so I try to find one that covers several bases but it's not the most effective way to proceed. Combination is usually best.
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