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Hello, I've been reading about using a rife machine to treat lyme. Has anyone here ever used a parasite zapper to treat lyme and if so,what degree of success have you had?

I'm a big fan of Dr. Hulda Clark. I've read her book, "A Cure For All Diseases". I have a zapper and have been using it for a few months now, hoping to kill parasites in general.

It has three settings: 30KHz, 2.5KHz, and 15Hz. I use all three different settings.

IF I do have lyme disease, I would love to treat/cure it "alternatively" if possible.

But, I certainly will try to do what ever it takes. I've had symptoms since Nov. 06. I tested positive for West Nile Nov.'07.

Then, I did the western blot test for lyme in July '09, with four positive bands, IGG 23,41,45,and 66. My regular MD said not to worry. Well, I can't seem to get to feeling normal, so I've decided to pursue the possible lyme infection further.

I just found out about Central Florida Research,Inc. and sent a blood sample to them Monday, Feb. 1st. They look for the lyme antigen, not the antibody. Anyone else tried them?

I should get results tomorrow. I would appreciate any info. concerning the zapper or this test for the lyme antigen.

Thanks in advance!

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I tried a similar zapper for awhile once, and it didn't seem to do much.
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IMO and experiene it won't kill them, but they can become quite ticked (no pun intended) off when you mess with their existence.

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Hello, and welcome to Lymenet.

I'm not sure a zapper will kill Lyme, but it does do a number on parasites.

So if you're life is being wrecked by Lyme, you need to address the 'whole package', parasites being one of many issues needing to be addressed. And if you have pets, parasites will be something you need to routinely address.

Get to an LLMD, dump your MD (you've spent enough time being sick and not feeling 'normal'), and address Lyme and other tick borne infections you may have.

While I'm not saying there aren't many alternative routes that could be taken (and I've used them successfully in conjunction with antibiotics), sometimes traditional needs to be combined with alternative.

It is sad that most MD's only know what is written in their little hand reference book about Lyme. Two weeks of doxy and you're 'cured' - hah.

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I used her zapper for parasites and about the only thing it did was stop a cold in it's tracks. If I'm getting a cold, it will stop it. It did nothing that I could tell for my lyme and it did not seem to kill my parasites. I know this because I was full of both parasites and lyme even after a year of using the zapper nearly everyday.

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Thanks for the input, everyone. I just got the results back from Central FL. Research. A "positive" test will be 18. I had a 15. They said that I must have been doing something to keep the lyme at bay. I told them about the zapping, so who knows!

They suggested that I start lyme treatment very soon, so now I'm cramming to find a LLMD in my area.

I talked to a naturepathic doc who's had lyme himself. He comes highly recommended and is only 65mi. from my home. I think I'll give him a try!

Thanks again, everyone

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Well, according to Clark, a zapper is all you need tot kill unwanted microorganisms.
They work well for parasites, but Borrelia is a tough cookie. Recently I have put my zapper on a 12 volt battery instead of the 9 volts it usually is supposed to be working on.

And guess what? The zapper survived the experiment and the zappingeffect is multiplied.
I am enthousiastic about it.

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Some interesting reading on chronic infections and the zapper:

http://www.healthresearch.com/zappers.htm

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It certainly won't kill Lyme, however. Nothing with a battery will. Not strong enough. Not to mention, not the right frequencies.
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Hello Rumigirl, according to Hulda Clark there is no need to single out specific frequencies as she writes in her book: 'The cure for all cancers'.
"No matter what frequency it is set at it kills large and small invaders: flukes, roundworms, mites, bacteria, viruses and fungi".

Problem with the usual zapper is that the tiny battery looses power while using it. There is only one brand that has solved this and that is the Ultimate Zapper, sending an adapter to go with it.

I solved it by using a car battery, so there is a virtual limitless supply of 12 volts direct current.
A car battery is a strong thing. Dont mess with it. It can start a car. It can deliver great strength.
The 9 volt zapper can easily withstand the 12 volts and is thus much stronger in its effect as you can imagine.

I can experience obvious improvements with it.

In her book Hulda Clark also gives the exact instructions to make your own zapper. Then the cost is reduced to almost nothing.

There is no good reason not to try to beat this hideous disease.

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I use the Zapper as part of my treatment. It definitely has helped. I can't say it is the only thing that works...I've used IV and oral antibiotics, vitamin/supplements, chinese herbs (Dr. Zhang's) and various antifungals too. I am 90% better than 2 years ago. When I started treatment, I had meningitis, tremors, exhaustion, cognitive problems, etc....you get the picture. For me, Lyme has required an entire toolbox...not just one hammer or one nail. Give it a try...it can't hurt. And good luck!
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According to Dr. K - the zappers don't work for parasites (and he's pretty open minded). That's why he recommends the drug protocol that was developed with Dr. Yu. I don't think you could get rid of Lyme with one, either. I like Dr. Clark but I don't think she was correct about everything. She wasn't a medical doctor. Not that it means alot but I believe she was more of a scientist than a physician.
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quote:
Originally posted by Leonardjio:
Some interesting reading on chronic infections and the zapper:

http://www.healthresearch.com/zappers.htm

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From the investigation:
"140 of 143 (97.9%) participants reported improvement within 45 days,
48.2% improved substantially and 49.7% improved minimally. Thus, it appears that combining bio-electrical stimulation with nutritional interventions may have efficacy.

Reflex assessment, combined with the interview process, suggested that the average participant had 1.1 chronic infections (note that reflex assessment is not diagnostic ).
48.2% reported substantial symptomatic improvement (between 75% improvement to complete remission), whereas 49.7% reported minimal improvement (less than 75% improvement); total with any improvement was 97.9%.

In the control group, the average control also had 1.1 chronic infections; 12.9% reported significant improvement, whereas 48.4% reported minimal improvement; total with any improvement was 61.3%.

Zapping makes a difference of more than 35% in significant improvement.
It can be concluded that zapping and nutritional interventions can be helpful adjuncts for people with various forms of chronic infection and does deserve additional study.

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