The reason I'm wondering if 6000 gauss is effective is because of this page:
As you can see from the lower part of the table, oscillating magnetic fields with lower strength don't seem to be as effective. I'm concerned about getting rid of this thing, not just inhibiting its growth (unless doing that long enough would kill it). The infection I have is not blood borne, because the antifungal nystatin (which never reaches the blood unless injected) helps very quickly and I have gastritis and major digestive problems, so I've concluded it's a stomach fungal parasite. Colloidal Silver , hydrogen peroxide, ozonated water, antifungals, all of those plateau after about 30 seconds, and the effect lasts for a few hours and then goes back to the way it was before. I'm thinking perhaps these fungi in my stomach are finding a hiding spot (like say the mucus layer) to protect itself from things that would inhibit its growth. This is what spurred my interest in the magnetic pulser because it would seem to get at any place it's hiding. Well, when I can afford one, I'll try it out and let you know how it goes.
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