>- So if I want to zap in places other than just the palms of my hand, I can basically place both of them anywhere on the body?
Not recommended. One electrode is negative and that provides a safety zone for parasites.
My research indicates that:
1) the larger the electrodes the better the results.
2) the further apart the electrodes the better the results.
3) the greater the number of extremities with positive contacts (up to 3 positive) the better the results. This requires a stronger zapper for maximum effectiveness.
4) the greater the number of zappings in a session (up to 5 or 6) the better the results.
5) the longer the zapping (10 or 14 minutes vs the minimum of 7 minutes) the better the results.
6) the more sessions in a day the better the results.
7) the better the zapper is at providing sufficient but not excessive current the better the results.
8) using 2 or more frequencies (minimum zapping applies to each) improves results.
9) only use one negative electrode and keep the negative electrode away from the body (in one hand or the other).
**** Always start off slowly for the first few days ****
7 on - 20 off, repeat 3 times, (7-20-7-20-7) on a single frequency.
work your way up after the first few days.
When doing dual frequency zapping, try 7 on low, 7 on high, 20 off, repeat 3 times (7-7-20-7-7-20-7-7-20).