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Mike30
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Hi all. I'm trying to get a list together of supplements that interfere with the effectivness of rife. It is said that many standard ABX can render rifing rather pointless. I figured this may be true of supplements that have abx-like effects on spirochetes as well.

Will Coq10 and Vit c push the spirochetes into the cist form? Thx for any comments. I'm not sure if there are some studies out there or not. I know for a fact that rocephin has been proven to push spirochetes into cyst form very quickly.

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I've been told by an LLMD that anything that stresses the spirochete will likely cause it to go into cystic form.

I would suspect that rife stresses spirochetes. This means that rife itself would drive spirochetes into cyst form since I can't imagine that it kills them all in one sitting. I still have lyme after many rife sessions and I started using rife months before I went on abx.

Personally, I use rife with abx and have had many improvments.

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coq10 and vit C really help me...i don't know if they are like abx though..
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Terry - thx for the info. What rife machine do you use?
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I use an EMEM5 from www.rifelabs.com

I have no relationship with the lab but they have been very helpful to me.

I've read that lots of lyme patients use the Dan Tracy machine - I *think* that's what it's called.

Terry

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