Comment from: raiundazan [Visitor]
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raiundazanHey! that's very useful! Im studying parasites too. I was wondering if the parasite zapper / bio-zapper are any good. Please share your thoughts! Thank you!

http://www.maycozapper.org/
04/07/10 @ 03:50
Comment from: DD Rose [Member]
Hello:

You ask a very good question.

It is my personal opinion that zappers don't do very much if it is used as a solo mechanism for killing parasites or healing serious diseases. I'm sure there are plenty of people who will disagree with me, perhaps. I base my opinion from having lengthy discussions with laypeople and professionals; reading A LOT of information and research; plus, buying my own zapper to see for myself. The zapper will certainly not kill large or very hardy parasites; such as, the ascaris or tapeworm. The zapper can somewhat bother parasites because of the electrical current, in my experience, but it does NOT kill them! For this reason, I felt that the zapper was a useless piece of equipment. However, I do think that there is some validity for its use in small infections, colds or flus, headaches, swollen glands, etc; I also based this off of my personal experimentation in using a zapper. Therefore, if anyone suggests that the machine alone can kill parasites, you might want to be on guard and question.

In all of my research, which was many years ago, I concluded that if I wanted to invest in an electronic device a Rife F-Scan machine would be a better investment. It is my understanding that there is a learning curve on how to use these machines along with a lot of research and experience is needed to understand them completely to be effective. The machines are expensive, but several people have told me (professional physicians and laypeople) that the cost was worth it to them and a good investment.

I hope that this is helpful to you. Good luck in your research. :)
04/24/10 @ 09:43
Comment from: raiundazan [Visitor]
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raiundazanthank you! :D
05/18/10 @ 21:42
Comment from: PRS [Visitor]
PRSA fine read (Your headline, 'Pets & Human Parasite Correlation' made me giggle) and some quite interesting points made. The fact that merely a modest percentage of people will likely be affected to my mind doesn't cause the measures used here.
10/02/10 @ 01:54
Comment from: DD Rose [Member]
You may think a "modest percentage" of people will be infected is the very reason why I made my post. The parasite issue, in general, has been taken too lightly over the years. When you spend years studying this problem, you realize that it is HUGE! The burden of being infected by parasites is a bigger problem than you may think; infections can occur through foods, animals, and other people who are unaware that this exists.
10/04/10 @ 12:58
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