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Hi everyone [Smile]

I know there is a long thread on here about rife machines and I tried using the search function.

My neurological symptoms are so severe I can barely read or even navigate this forum [Frown] so I had to just make my own post :/

Can someone tell me where to get a doug coil machine? I am really struggling financially and cannot afford to get scammed/get one that doesnt work.

please help?

Thanks [Smile]

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Hopefully, someone will PM you with some contact detail.

Your local lyme support group may know, too.

In the set below, be certain to get Rosner's book FIRST, though, as you will need that for reference before beginning treatment - and during.

http://flash.lymenet.org/scripts/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=1;t=117755;p=0

Topic: RIFE Machine - Reference LINKS
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A lyme friend of mine just bought a barely used rife machine off Craigslist. Do you have someone to help you do a search and help you with the process.

When she made contact with the guy selling a machine in Florida, she found out his dad has used it for cancer. But then he got melanoma and passed.

This guy still had box and all the parts. She asked him are you willing to ship it to Louisville, KY?

The guy didn't make a sound. Then he said my dad lived in Louisville and I brought the machine from there to sell from here after he passed.

Weird, but true. Let me see if I can get someone on rife thread that knows the Doug coil give you some advice.

Pam

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If you go to Craigs list and look under 'Health and Beauty' section in major cities in California especially you will find them.

I found mine in Vancouver Washington.

I also saw them in major cities in Florida and Washington State.

If you join the rife forum sometimes they are listed there.

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This page is information only.
It was created in response to people asking me
what is the best RIFE frequency device/ machine to eradicate Lyme and co-infections>


http://www.lyme-symptoms.com/LymeDiseaseInfo/Best.RIFE.For.LymeDisease.html

The Rife Forum

http://www.rifeforum.com/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=52

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First look at the almost free Spooky2 unit which just came out. If it works as shown, it will be breathtaking for wellness.

http://cancerclinic.co.nz/index.html

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Patches,

I have not tried the Spooky 2 yet but I am tempted! I have followed the discussions on rifeforum.com. Now that it is out I am once again starting to review it.

Zero,

I have been using the Doug Coil for about 8 months now for me and my two sons. I am up to 40 minutes for Bart every other day and adding Lyme and Candida on my off day. Took me about 5 months to get there. First couple of months I did it 4 to 5 minutes a couple of times a week and herxed the next day, now I getting a little foot cramping I assume from killing the lower leg Bart and that is about it.

Coiling for Candida the other day, I was very stiff in the joints the next morning. I have not felt that achy in quite a while.

I got my machine from here http://www.dougcoilmachines4u.com/. I got two coils because on 832 they heat up in about 15 to 18 minutes.

My oldest son is making slow and steady progress with Coil and SB's herbal protocol. He went off ABX two months ago.

The Doug Coil penetrates very well and I like it, but I think a downside is it cannot do sweeps. So if the bug mutates (I do not know if they do but am told its possible) then you change the frequency slightly to catch the mutated bug. That is much easier when you can do a sweep like on a regular rife machine.

All the Best, MattH

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Hi everyone [Smile]

Can barely read but will do best to respond.

Keebler-thanks! Do you have a rife machine yourself? Yes, I wanted to get that book about 1 1/2 year ago back when I was still able to research a little bit, but could not afford it.

Thanks for the link. Cant look at it right now. Most of the time I can barely even navigate the forum [Frown]

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map and carmen-thanks for the suggestions [Smile] yes map my mom and i work closely on all of this. but she has to work 2 jobs and help me etc so we can only do so much :/

I had thought of that. But I am worried someone might be dishonest and sell me a broken or damaged one. It will be a huge struggle just to afford one, but if I got a used one and it was broken [Frown] would be screwed.

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Thank you steve [Smile] Im too sick to look at the other forum now. That first website you linked has a lot of good info.

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patches, that looks interesting. I think I have an idea what it does.

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matt- yes i have bartonella, babesia, rocky mountain spotted fever, parasites, and lyme. maybe others [Frown]

thanks for the info. that is one of the sites i have looked at.

I am so happy to hear you and your sons are making progress [Big Grin]

Yes, I know there are quite a few different types of rife machines. Im just too damn crippled to figure anything out anymore. Heard about doug coils a lot and they seem to be less expensive then the plasma tube type ones.

Thank you everyone [Smile]

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Well if you dont want to trust to purchase a used one get a new one. Just search GB4000 rife machine and you will find a place to purchase. Doug coils cost less but each one is indivdually made on order I think.

http://www.quantumbalancing.com/

If you find a used GB4000 you can have the seller send it to the designer, Jeff Garff and he will go though it and make sure its OK, then he sends it to you. He does sort of an escrow thing, you pay him, he inspects, approves then sends the seller the money and sends the machine to you.
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zero, yes it can be scary to purchase something off a site like ebay, craigslist. There are crooks out there.

But sometimes in life we must take a gamble like when we purchase a used car. Many can't afford a new car and must trust the info they get from the dealership or previous owner.

But I personally would feel comfortable buying off a rife forum especially from a rife user that is selling their beginner model and moving up to a more powerful model.

My friend that bought her GB4000 with MOPA spent 1/2 the dollars of a new one. $2500 vs $5000 is a lot of money.

Starting off with a basic machine especially if you've never tested rife to see if you have a hit/herx is wise.

I hope you and your mother stumble across the perfect machine for you. Some really good info from Matt.

Start slow, slow slow. See how your body is going to react. All of us are different. I have a mega rife machine and using it at the minutes stated would have wiped me out.

But I also have a friend who herxes big time on just seconds of frequency on doug coil. She used it for three years then decided to invest in GB4000 and she is having very bad herxes from overuse with this machine vs doug coil.

She put the GB4000 up for now and has gone back to the less powerful machine.

We are all different in our bacteria load, detox ability, tolerance level etc.

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Thanks for the replies carmen and map. sorry cant type much; very sick.

sadly the rife machine you both mentioned is out of my price range. I can just barely afford the 1500-1600 most of the doug coils seem to be.
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In my brief search (cant browse much, too sick) the few used coil machines i saw were all about 12-1300. So I figured the 200$ might not be worth the risk of getting a worn out or already damaged one.

I also cant go to pick one up [Frown]

Thanks again [Smile]

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Looking to sell a gently-used Terry Fitzsimmons made doug coil machine delivered in 2012. Turns out Lyme is lower on the list of what I'm struggling with. Boston-area only, because I don't have the energy to pack properly for shipping. Knowledgeable users make me an offer, because, alas, I also lack the energy to teach coiling 101.
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Might want to consider an EMEM type machine for your price range. They do work and are a little easier to operate than a coil machine.

http://www.rifemachinebuilder.com/

Dan

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