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iceskater
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I am really struggling with lyme, coinfections and txs. Anyone out there used a rife machine and what have been your experiences? Any promising results? Thanks
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5dana8
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Go to:

www.betterhealthguy.com


He has had some sucuss with rife and He is using the KMT23 device.

Do a search on rife. There has been alot of discussions on rife recently.

Feb. 6th "Lyme seminar dr. K. talk"

Nov 29th "Rife Machines"--It's a long one

take care

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SForsgren
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I used Rife for about 4 months and then started the KMT23. Rife takes time and thus 4 months is still early for a Rife protocol. I have primarily been using the KMT23 since late December and am seeing optimistic signs.

I would recommend the book at www.lymebook.com if you want to get more information about Lyme and Rife. It is a good read.

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Go to Lyme and rife on yahoo groups. My Husband and I have been rifeing for over a year now and it has helped. Kim
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Very promising results. Not a quick fix. There are many issues besides lyme with rife that will need to be addressed.

You can hit the search button and bring up posts that have "rife" in them. You've got a lot of reading to do.

Take care, Pam

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I've been using rife for over a year since discontinuing abx January 05 with excellent results. I usually have a session once a week for lyme, and in between run frequencies for co-infections, mycoplasma, HHVs, etc.

I agree with Pam that all areas of infection have to be addressed, not only the lyme pathogen.

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You may be able to make a cheap Rife like device. All you need is a TV degaussing coil from Radio Shack, or remove the coil from an old TV or monitor.

Download a frequency generator program for your computer. Connect the output of your computer to a high power amplifier. You need 200 to 1000 watts or more. Connect the output of the amplifier to the coil.

Some have said that just plugging in the degaussing coil and running it at 60 cycles has worked. Personally I use 306 Hz a lot, and would not recomend using 60 cycles.

You may have one of those old high power amplifier in your basement. They were quite popular years ago.

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There is a lot of information on the Yahoo Lyme-and-Rife group:
http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/Lyme-and-rife/

Active group, lots of discussion about types of machines, useful frequencies, protocols, etc.

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