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Dancer
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I've been hearing success stories with GB4000 Rife (with the carrier wave add-on) which costs about $2500, and am wondering if those who have used it could share some info. Here are my questions:

a) How frequently did you use it (daily, weekly?)

b) Anybody share ownership with friends - how did you work out sharing the machine?

c) I understand multiple people can use it at the same time - anybody try that?

I wonder if "Rife parties" with some of my local Lyme friends could be a way to share the machine. I'm at the beginning of my research into Rife and figured I'd see if any of you have any feedback on this. Thanks!

Dancer

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Still open to responses, but I did already get some feedback privately that this is such a powerful machine that it's not something to be taken lightly. Perhaps a patient could share a machine with one other person but each would have to privately manage their own treatment. Apparently even being in the same room when another person is getting treated could cause reactions in anyone present. The info I've gotten is both exciting and daunting. I was encouraged to read the Rosner book about Lyme and Rife machines - will do.
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It is rarely practical to share a machine at the same time. Different people require more or less time, and may even be treating different co-infections. Possibly people in the same family may be able to do this, but otherwise it is unlikely to work. There certainly is a liability aspect to it also.

When I started treating my wife, it was used every two weeks and sometimes every week. Now we treat every day when it is practical, but we usually use a Rife Labs EMX. Not because it is any better, but it is easier since you do not have to hold anything.

The GB does emit some of its frequencies in the space around the machine. I can see it disturbing my laptop, if it is too close.

Dan

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I'm not a medical doc and therefore me doing something that could be conceived as treatment for others could cost me my rife machine....

no way. Heck, the naturopath I used and bought my machine through was warned the FDA was coming after her. She was doing rife sessions in her office on humans.

Remember they are only approved for animal use.

Pam

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Dan and Pam - I see what you mean - thanks for your responses.

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