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hopingandpraying
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Just wanted to find out if anyone has used the Rife machine and what was the outcome? Where can it be purchased, how much does it cost, and is it covered under insurance? Is it safe for teenagers? My son's IGENEX Lab results were positive for IgM Bb, Babesiosis and Mycoplasma Pneumoniae. Thanks for your help.

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check your pms.
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i have similar questions -- any ideas?

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i have similar questions -- any ideas? [Smile]

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TerryK
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Joe Ham,
I must disagree with you. I've had a deep crack in my heel for a decade. I tried a lot of things to heal it but nothing worked. I had lost most of the feeling in my heel.

I've been using an EMEM since March. Now, my heel is almost completly healed and since I was not adding anything new to my regimen except for rife, I am positive that rife is what healed it. I only started low dose abx after my heel had already gotten much better. For awhile, my husband and I noticed rapid changes in the condition of my heel.

Now, I have one small crack with almost all the feeling back!! It makes a big difference in my ability to stay balanced when I walk.

I'm not the only one who has had considerable improvements. When I mentioned the rife to my doctor he said he had heard some very good things about it from some of his other patients.

I have every reason to think that this amazing healing of my long time problem is an indication of a deeper healing going on.

Have you tried it yourself?
Terry

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TerryK
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Here are some places to go to find answers to your questions:
http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/Rife/

http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/Lyme-and-rife/

http://www.rifeforum.com/
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On the lyme and rife forum, rife has been effectively helping teenagers with Lyme.

Insurance doesn't cover it and doctors aren't supposed to use it.

Costs can range from a few hundred to several thousand. There are plans to build your own. A few on this forum are using very effective home-built machines.

There are frequency lists available that include frequencies for the specific infections your son has.

A high-profile LLMD says it doesn't work. Other LLMD's have encouraged their patients to use it. Some LLMDs and other doctors have used it on themselves effectively.

Hundreds of Lyme patients have reported good results for their symptoms after using rife. Our family is among them. Some of the reports can be found on this forum.

It is usually agreed by rife users that frequency therapy should be only part of a program that includes supportive therapies such as detox, careful diet, the right supplements, exercise, etc.

It is experimental and needs to be used knowledgeably and responsibly. Recommended reading is "Lyme Disease and Rife Machines" by Bryan Rosner.

You can check out these links of posts on this forum:

http://flash.lymenet.org/scripts/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=1;t=037871

http://flash.lymenet.org/scripts/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=1;t=039391

http://flash.lymenet.org/scripts/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=1;t=041531

http://flash.lymenet.org/scripts/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=1;t=041991

There are also other posts on this topic. You can find them by doing a search on "rife".

Good luck,
Sue G.

[ 25. May 2006, 11:29 AM: Message edited by: my2haveit ]

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Marnie
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Does listening to frequencies...sound...esp. Mozart aid learning? Yup...according to Harvard.

Certain frequencies cause specific release of neurotransmitters.

Ultrasound inhibits coagulation.

Our microwave ovens use frequencies to heat foods. What happens when you make scrambled eggs in a microwave oven? Do the proteins change? Are minerals lost? Are pathogens killed? The answer is yes to all.

What happens when you heat something sugary in a microwave? Does that glycogen burn fast?

What happens if you put a metal/mineral in the microwave. Sparks, right? Energy released.

Do we use frequencies to shatter kidney calcium stones? Yup. Whoa...think about the STRENGTH of calcium...just how long our bones exist long after we are gone).

Research MRIs and how they work.

Can frequencies be harmful? Oh, yea. Can the right frequencies be beneficial? Yes.

Sound is part of the electromagnetic spectrum.

The ORIGINAL Rife unit sent the frequencies thru an argon light for a REASON. Figure it out. Why blue light is essential.

Rife units that employ an argon light are, IMO, the most effective, albeit, the most expensive and one HAS to learn how to use them and not cause harm. These are POWERFUL.

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My heart is with Joe Hamm's response for many reasons. One is that you can start treating all these problems fairly cheaply.

Doxycycline costs just a few bucks, and while it won't cure a combination of Lyme and babesia, it can slow down the progression of symptoms so you have room to breathe and look at all your options.

You can also buy Nutricology artemisinin online for $20 a bottle, and while it is not a babesia cure, it will make life more bearable in the short term. It temporarily reduces the level of babesia in the bloodstream.

There's a great deal of debate on babesia medications right now, but one sure thing is that the best malaria drugs in the world are relatively cheap if you can get prescriptions for them. There's no guarantee that they will be a magic bullet, but there's no rule saying that if you borrow treatments from the malaria community, you have to choose the most expensive ones.

If you are dealing with mycoplasma, ketek is an excellent drug. Again, this drug must be taken with liver support supplements.

My favorite alternative treatment from the days when I was most desperate was a machine that releases air bubbles up your butt. A seemingly sane woman actually spoke to me on the phone for an hour, patiently explaining that she knew many cancer victims, including her own father, whose lives were extended by releasing air bubbles up their butts. Cost: $2000.

Another doctor informed me that if I went to his guru and ordered little herb pellets every month, my health would improve. The guru was surrounded by followers who went on and on about how successful his treatments were, how all these sick people had gotten well on his herbs, etc. Meanwhile, he was in another room hacking his lungs out with bronchitis. Improvement of health on herbs: zero.

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Hi,

Do a search on rife and you will get a ton of opinions. I just recently posted my 10 month report but I don't know how to post the link. It does come up when you search rife.

In my personal experience, it worked and continues to work for me. It was not the only thing I've done but very few people beat this with one therapy. I'm very happy to be very close to 100% and enjoying life again.

Not sure how long you guys have been sick but I would still recommend antibiotics as a first treatment, just not forever.

All My Best,
Scott

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How is it going finding a LLMD for your son?

Char

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I've been rifing for 7 months. I've been herxing for 7 months.

I know it is working because I rife every two weeks...for a couple of days after I rife I feel better. Then the dead bugs want to come out and I begin a period of intense detox.

Some people have very quick improvement. Others must be more patient. They go through a period of time when they may feel worse because symptoms are not being masked by antibiotics.

No, I'm not saying antibiotics are useless!!!

In my case, I'd been on ATB's for years for supposed sinus infection. It eventually caused a mighty yeast infection that I still struggle with and adrenal shut down.

I lost part of my gut due in part to ATB's, yeast and toxins.

For me...it is THE answer. No debate. It works for ME.

I have become more savvy about detox. I use herbals, colonics, sauna... Multiple approaches are a must whatever you do.

My heart goes out to those who are too debilitated to fight this dreadful disease with the arsenal that is needed.

Bug

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