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Paul M in MA
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Has anyone on this board gotten better with Rife treatment or know first-hand of someone who did?

If so please list the details including type of machine, frequencies used, and how long it took to see results.

I've read the book on Rife and Lyme with the testimonials but I'm looking for first-hand accounts of success with this form of treatment.

Also, I know there are other boards where I can post this question and I will.

I was just wondering if there was anyone on this board who has had success.

Thanks, Paul.

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I'm getting better using my rife machine for sure. I have an EMEM that I got from D.T.

He builds his machines at cost...I think I paid about 380 bucks for mine.

I got it about a year ago and used it on and off along with antibiotics, but never used it consistently. The times that I did use it, I had definate herxes followed by definate improvements.

I also have babs and after a year on mepron and malarone the meds just weren't working anymore - I guess it had become resistant. I knew that 570 was a babs frequency, but didn't have very much faith that the machine would actually work to kill babesia.

3 weeks ago I was so sick from my babs relapse that I couldn't even walk. I looked at my machine and figured, "What the heck" and rifed for 2 minutes on the babs frequency. It knocked my babs symptoms out!!! I was amazed! I had a pretty good week after that and then about 6 days later my babs symptoms started returning. Rifed for it again and within an hour all symptoms were gone. Haven't had them since.

This experience made me finally realize that for myself, rife is the answer. I've dropped all antibiotics and am just rifing and doing heavy detox.

My Lyme symptoms flaired horribly yesterday (headache, muscle twitches, fatigue, brain fog, joint pain) and I rifed...about an hour later all those symptoms dissipated and I was just very sleepy. Woke up this morning and i feel great! That in itself is amazing - mornings are hell for most with Lyme.

I am now on a regular rife schedule: Every Saturday I rife for Lyme using freq. 432, 380, 612, 4320 and 10,000. Every Wed I'm doing babs using 570.

Honestly, I can't recommend these machines enough. When you decide to try it it'll make a believer out of you! There are several others here who are rifing and I'm sure they'll be along shortly.

D Bergy is one and he's got a lot of knowledge and experience under his belt regarding rife. Lymetoo is another. Good luck!

Lauren

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Did Lymetoo actually get better with her Abx treatment or rifing? I really want to know the snswer to this question. [Smile] I asked before.
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Yes, I would like to know too. Been on abx for 3 years and want to get off of it. Cowden protocol did not work for me.

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My wife has used natural antibiotics and a few other alternative oral treatments in the past. She either developed an allergy to them or was not able to take them because of some other adverse reaction.

Frequency treatments have been the main treatment and has worked the best for long term treatment.

No side effects and she functions at 95% since we beat back the original arthritis and other symptoms.

We have used all of the CAFL frequencies, butnow are using DNA derived frequencies developed by Char Boehm.

http://www.dnafrequencies.com/

It is too early to assess effectiveness, but they appear to be doing the job so far.

We have a GB-4000 and an EMX from Rife labs. We use both together. The GB-4000 drives the plasma tube EMX.

I honestly think that if you need to have long term treatment, Rife is hard to beat. If you are diagnosed early use antibiotics by all means. If you are beyond being cured by antibiotics, this is a very good option. You may never be cured, but many can get back to a near normal life.

Dan

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I bought a Rife machine AFTER doing 4 yrs of abx. I have managed to stay off abx almost 5 yrs now.

I have the D. T. model .. EMEM 5A

It is referred to as "Joe's" machine in the Lyme and Rife book.

It was chosen as one of the top 4 machines. I like mine!

[ 06-29-2009, 10:08 PM: Message edited by: Lymetoo ]

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So what is this rife machine vs the Bionic880 that I see mentioned on other posts? It looks like you have to go to Germany to get it? Is it the same technology or totally different?

I will check out other posts for EMEM 5A. Thanks! How much does this cost and where do you get it from? Also, how did you all learn to use this correctly?

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Thanks Lymetoo. Rife is starting to tempt me for some reason. I'm getting sick of Abx already. I think it's a bad long-term solution to health and dangerous.

I wonder if that 4 years could've been cut to 1 or 2 if you started rifing way earlier? [Smile]

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I would like know more about rife too. Can you use them successfully for Bart?? Can someone PM me info on how to get a D.T EMEM5A?

Thanks

Kelly

[ 06-29-2009, 05:41 PM: Message edited by: kellyb2411 ]

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Doxy 400mg + Amox 1g Jun - Sep 08
Rifampin 600mg + Biaxin 1000mg
Tinidazole 1000mg/day - Sep 08 to June 08

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85-90% better

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I have DT EMEM5A rife machine and have been rifing for approximately 4 years. Took abx with Dr. C (MO) for 18 months. He's an angel.

Due to tummy upsets, etc., I took myself off abx with the approval of my Dr. I bought the Lyme and Rife book and immediately knew that a rife machine was my next step.

I rife approximately every 10-14 days for 30-50 minutes. I use lots of DT frequencies plus some of the CAFL freq.

If I don't keep up my rife schedule, I start getting some of my symptoms back. Lyme arthritis is one that is so difficult to rid for me, but I'm working on it.

I believe I still have Bart somewhat, but none of these symptoms are a great problem except arthritis of the ankles.

Rifing has been a tremendous help for me...in fact, I bought an extra one from DT, just in case one needs repair, but that has never happened, and I do use them often.

lifeline

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Lifeline, did you use aggressive Abx therapy in that 18 months with this LLMD? IVs? Any aggressive long-term co-infection treatment? Feel free to PM me. I'm trying to get more insight on how patients of this LLMD (mine too) got well.
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The Bionic is an entirely different technology. You can learn about how to use Rife type frequency treatments here, from current users.

Bryan Rosner also has a book or two on the subject.

The treatment is experimental and people develop their own routines from experience.

There may be some Lyme Rife groups around, but I have not looked into it lately. It is not too complicated although it seems like it in the beginning.

Dan

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quote:
Originally posted by seekhelp:
I wonder if that 4 years could've been cut to 1 or 2 if you started rifing way earlier? [Smile] [/QB]

I wish I had!! I would have stopped abx .. maybe after 3 yrs. I had babesia and it took quite awhile to knock it out.

I don't think Rife is dangerous AT ALL.

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Lifeline.. Make sure you don't run the EMEM for more than 30 min at a time without letting it cool off. (per DT's instructions)

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