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tick battler
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Is this the same as the Bionic 880 or are there other machines that do this?

Have you seen success with it?

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Some people have been using a device called the PE-1 & getting good results.

There are some other devices on the market. There's the SOTA LightWorks but it's about 1/10 or 1/8 the power of the Bionic 880. These devices use LEDs while some use lasers for a healing effect.

Some people combine homeopathic medicine with the photons. Infrared light has various uses for healing. Some use it for muscle pain while other combine it with homeopathic nosodes for treatment of Lyme Disease.

I'm sure others will chime in here about Photon therapy.

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Here's the link to the group that uses either Bionic 880 or PE-1:

/health.groups.yahoo.com/group/bionic880-PE1/


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I got better with the Bionic 880

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I also, got 90% better from the Bionic 880.
Just dealing with some shoulder and neck pains, which I think was damaged during Lyme.

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I had shoulder problems due to Lyme. Chiropractic care helped it post-Bionic treatment. Now it doesn't bother me at all. I think it was damaged from Lyme, but once it was addressed, it healed.

I also had a lot of detox to do when I got back, and I needed to work on healing my intestines.

Not to mention, it took me 9 months to get rid of the babs and bart after my return. I returned 50% better and within 9 months got to full remission.

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six - what did you take to get rid of babs and bart when you returned?

Thanks,
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Is this the same as Ondamed treatment?
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No, it's not Ondamed.

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Tick battler, I continued the photon treatment.

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