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rmsfnc
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What would be the difference? If you could set the frequency on an E-Stim machine to match a Rife frequency/wave length/type parameters? Reason I am asking is I am A Physical Therapist and have access to high end E-stim machines that I can completely set to my desire and use at will either at work or home. Just haven't researched Rife machines at all but if I have access to it I may as well use it right?
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D Bergy
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I do not know what the features are on an E-Stim machine, but if it puts a frequency into the body, and you can adjust it to whatever you want, then it should work to some degree. Does it have a carrier frequency, so you do not feel jolts of electricity?

You can try it at 306 or 612 Hz and see what happens. Not for very long, maybe a minute.

You will know in the next couple of days if it worked or not. I would try it when you do not have to go back to work the next day.

If you are taking antibiotics, you may not notice much effect as most frequencies kill Spirochetes, and you may already have done that.

If that is the case, then try 2016 Hz instead. It hits some other form, possibly cyst form.

It will be interesting to see if this works.

Dan

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