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lymie_in_md
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I thought I'd start a topic to see where we are with rife. Rife can be an therapeutic device but not everyone believes in this technology. I meant this topic to be a Yes or No so there is no conflict. Also put in if you are rifing now or not. I put this is medical because of it current use for therapy.

I believe rife to be therapeutic so my answer is Yes. And I don't own one.

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Yes absolutely. I own a rife and also use it. I feel it has gotten me to where I am today in conjunction with other supplements I'm taking and my ART Doc.
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Yes and the best money I've ever spent. I'll never sell my machine. It will be part of medical treatment always.

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Yes. I never did rife, but I was going to try it if the Bionic 880 treatment didn't work for me.

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Yes. I feel the same as the posters above. I can't imagine my life without it!

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Yes! About to buy one...haven't tried it yet

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Yes!! I have one and use it. Also, I see a naturapath dr who treats me with rife and supplements. Was finally able to get off of antibiotics (off 7 months now) after being on them for 5 years. Needed the antibiotics but now do ok without. Must rife and detox!

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Yes. but not a solid yes from experience yet because I have one but am a new user of just a couple months.
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I was considering it but the pendulum/bobber said that I didn't need it right now.

Seems there's alot of good recommendations toward using it. I haven't seen many people's posts (on the internet in general) that say it was no good or useless. Maybe a few but we don't know all the details. I've seen way more posts that say it was helpful.

So, "yes" it seems to be helpful but "no" I haven't tried it.

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i want one who want to sell theirs, PM me

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How on Earth would your tensor know that? I thought you had to have the substance near you. Please tell me you own one or were next to one. I'm trying to understand ART/muscle testing, but sometimes it really is tough.
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Yes. I heard alot of patient stories and background info from my LLMD just yesterday. I will have to learn more first - but I am excited to try it.
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Yes. Rife is effective. Three MDs have told me off the record that it works. One very well-known and respected doc even gave me three lyme frequencies to try.

I know some people dismiss it, but I have yet to find anyone who tried it on a regular basis for several months and did not improve.

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Yes. In my opinion there is only one main factor to consider. Once you've got the right machine, and the right knowledge -- you need one final thing. Discipline (which includes patience).

Dismissing Rife is one of the worst decisions someone can make. The risk to reward profile is so much more significantly in favor than many of the drugs we pour into our systems.

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Patience and discipline.

I could not agree more with that statement.

It is not the "cure to all diseases" that a reported stated, in the thirties. It is an effective treatment for Lyme and at least some other pathogen related conditions.

It is the single most effective method of disabling viruses I have found. I think for this reason alone, it has huge potential, that is really not being used much today.

Some of our thinking Doctors should make some use of this particular method for viral illnesses.

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I am relevantly new to this but would be interested in trying as well.

I haven't heard any negative feedback on it so far.

If anyone knows where to buy (resaonable) please share.

Thanks, God Bless

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Absolutely yes in my opinion and experience!

I used it 3 years ago and it got me 90-95% better - adding brief meds, patience and detox I got to 100%.

Bit again 6 weeks ago and I am doing the same treatments.

Some symptoms are different this time, some the same but I can feel it helping big time.

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Here's to patience and discipline!

I've spoken with many people who go waaay waaaay waaaaaay too fast, ending up with awful herxes, and consequently need to take too long a break between sessions to get back to baseline. Then they do it again. And have to wait again. Because of this, they never build up to any meaningful time, and never bang down their bug load.

Another problem seems to be jumping around between frequencies: from my observations, the people who are the most successful tend to find frequencies that cause a reaction, maybe just one or two at a time to start, and stay with them, GRADUALLY working up in time until the herxing is gone. Then they move on to the next frequency. (This is surprisingly difficult to do.)

When you are very sick with multiple bugs and herx intensely it is often necessary to go VERY slowly.

Of course, this is all anecdotal -- so take from it what you will.

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Yes for me! I asked my LLMD about it and the answer was that definitely has it's place in treatment. I plan on getting one. I'm just about done with all the forms of Lyme and co's using abx. My next preference would be to go with rife. Maybe with some herbs.
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My LLMD says she believes it works. I forget what kind she talked about (not an EMEM, she isn't familiar with them), she has frequencies she recommends for the device she mentioned.

My sis' dentist uses a device after cleaning teeth to kill the bacteria in the gums. That sounds a bit like rifing.

Patience is tough.

Nomoremuscles, you said "Another problem seems to be jumping around between frequencies: from my observations, the people who are the most successful tend to find frequencies that cause a reaction, maybe just one or two at a time to start, and stay with them, GRADUALLY working up in time until the herxing is gone. Then they move on to the next frequency. (This is surprisingly difficult to do.)"

That sounds like a great suggestion and I passed it on to my sis. How many mins. should one work up to? (She is using my EMEM3D).

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YES! I was using rife only for a year and had the best five months in years. I am now on abx temporarily for bartonella and will go back to rifing soon.

I can see that it works for the yeast. It retreats on my tongue, so I know it works for that. And I have the same herxheimer reactions from the rife that I get from abx.

We are also using it for flu and colds and it works for that as well.

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Since it takes time to treat Lyme and even more time if you have co-infections to treat, I worked down to the essential frequencies of 612 Hz and sometimes 432 Hz for killing Spirochetes. Both of these have more evidence of effectiveness than the others.

If you are running thirty or forty frequencies, especially using a contact method, you simply are not going to have enough time to use it when you should. It is easy to get complacent about it anyway.

By keeping treatment frequencies to a reasonable number, the long term effect is it is not going to be such a hassle and take over your life.

We worked our way up to five minutes per frequency, but one minute is plenty to start.

I will run ten minutes per frequency sometimes, but again, most people are not going to get to that point for a long time, so don't push it.

When little or no Herx is experienced at your normal run times, you can increase treatment time a bit, or run them more often.

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YES!!

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I am still very interested in this and want to buy one for my child, just need to get the money together.

Any known long term side effects?

Would Rife be used for the rest of the patient's life as maintenance, or is there a time when Rife can be completely stopped, i.e., is the Rife keeping the infections at bay or eradicating them?

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I am hoping to eliminate it entirely, but I have not done it yet.

The cyst form is the tough one.

I would not use the DNA frequencies on a young developing child. Children do not always respond the same way as an adult.

I am not aware of any side effects other than possible electrosensitivity problems that can happen when you have Lyme.

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I wanted to ask about "buying" the DNA frequencies. You buy them? From where and how much? Are they necessary for treating Lyme?

Dan, thanks for the info. I have passed it on to my sis.

liz

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No, you can treat Lyme quite effectively without the DNA frequencies. My wife got to 95% without any of them.

She has been stuck at that level for over a year, and we needed to get to the cyst form of Lyme in order to hopefully, eliminate Lyme in a reasonable amount of time.

Since the DNA frequencies are designed to damage the DNA of the pathogen, it should not matter what form it is in.

Most people can simply use the regular Lyme frequencies, and when no more progress is being made, you can use the DNA frequencies to try to eliminate the last of it.

Of course you can use them right away, it you want. I think it is a good idea to use the CAFL frequencies first, and get some results, and get to a functional level.

Char Boehm sells the frequency sets for a small fee. This is how she supports her research, which has proven to be far more important in treating disease, than any other research I am aware of.

She also will send updates to any sets you have bought in the past, if more accurate DNA sequencing changes or adds additional frequencies for treatment, free of charge.

Here is the link to her site.

http://www.dnafrequencies.com/

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Dan- I just cleared my mailbox. Sorry!!

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Yes! It has been one of the best investments that I have made in my lyme treatment.

Thank you to nomoremuscles for your words of wisdom. I was one of those people who has been going way too fast AND jumping around to the different frequencies.

Patience and Discipline -- this is going to be my new daily statement. I have always struggled with both. Thanks for the reminder about incorporating these into my rife sessions.

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re: seekhelp- How on Earth would your tensor know that? I thought you had to have the substance near you. Please tell me you own one or were next to one. I'm trying to understand ART/muscle testing, but sometimes it really is tough.

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I don't believe you have to be in close proximity to a product, etc. to use a dowsing tool. I'm not as strict about following the "rules" with these things as some people are. I'm more intuitive about it.

$1200 or more is a big investment. I'm not sure I need it at this time. My case is different than many people here. I was diagnosed with Lyme but I don't think that's my exact health issue.

The diagnoses may not be accurate whether you use a pendulum or a standard lab test. It's all very tricky. Sometimes, you just have to go with your gut feeling.

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To Twingirl,
I did a search for rifing and colds and this is the only link that came up. Just came down with a head cold yesterday- first one I have had I think since I found out I had CF first than finally lyme way back in 06. All the supplements have helped maybe?? Anyway my question is to Twingirl(I saw you rifed for a cold) and anyone else who has tried rifing- Have you rifed for a cold and what frequency. I have an EMEM.
I read on another site that it makes you feel worse to rife for a cold? Was that you DBergy? Thanks for any help. Beth

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I don't feel worse when I rife for a cold or flu virus. It makes me feel better. Why suffer through another virus if you can knock it down with rife. I certainly don't need anymore meds or supps to take.

Doesn't the EMEM come with book with freqs for different viruses and bacteria? Is it possibly pre-programmed on the machine?

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I just bought the DP-100

Hope to have it in about 3 weeks

cant wait!

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Noone in remission from Rife?
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NO - I tried it for 6 months and watched myself continue to decline.

Like most things lyme, what works for some may not work for others. At least with the abx, we have thousands of patient records showing effectiveness...

And, its a lot of money for something that may not work.

I do know two people who love their Rife. But I have a hard time understanding why, as neither one of them functions very well even after two years of using the machine.

A better question to ask is

"Who here got well with Rife, without using at the same time"?

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whoops,

question is

"Who here got well using Rife, without using abx at the same time?"

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