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tickalert
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My ART Dr. tested me and discovered I have Mycoplasma.

Since I had a 2 1/2 year battle with C Diff I'm not opting to use antibiotics. I think this would be a huge mistake.

Does anyone know if there's a rife frequency that targets this?

Dr. put me on Noni but I think Banderol will also work for Mycoplasma.

I also know Raintree makes a product for this called Myco.

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glm1111
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Check into also using digestive enzymes and antiparasitic herbs.

Gael

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For something that has relatively little or no record of effectiveness using frequencies, like Mycoplasma, I would use the DNA frequencies.

These frequencies are calculated mathematically to hopefully negatively effect the DNA or RNA of the targeted pathogen, if it has been genetically sequenced. They have worked for other pathogens, and I have had some effectiveness for Lyme using these.

Power can be a problem with frequency treatments, particularly for Lyme. Lyme can be greatly reduced using any quality machine, but to get all of it, you need a lot of power.

Other pathogens can crumble with even a weaker machine, but I have no experience with Mycoplasma.

Here is Char Boehm's site and there are several sets for various Mycoplasma strains. She charges a small fee for these frequency sets to support her research, as she is an independent researcher.

http://www.dnafrequencies.com/

These are the frequencies I use when I have no clear evidence for other frequencies.

Dan

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What are the best antiparasitic herbs?
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If you are talking about Mycoplasma fermentans that usually goes along with lyme, you can use frequency 690 as that is what we use.
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I have heard good things about the Raintree products. They make 3 different ones for Myco.

Rife you can use the numbers 690 & 790.

I would use the herbs & rife together. I think most of us on this board are dealing with Myco.

There is a great yahoo group Lyme_and_Rife that you might want to join. Everyone on there uses rife & alternative tx's for lyme & company. I have learned a TON of info from the group. And since you can't do abx, it might be a nice place to learn what others are doing.

Good Luck!

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I'm on the Deseret Biologicals 30 day myco treatment. I'm on day 4 right now. Check back in with me via PM (I have a bad memory --lol) if you want to later on.

It's affordable, and I've used their Bartonella remedy with great success.

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