>- Well what do you propose to do if zapping causes the parasites
to go in unreachable areas of your body from zapping?
I have heard of people having this issue but I have not heard of anyone having this issue with ParaZapper CCa or better when using copper paddles and pads together, 3 points positive, 1 negative. It could be that I just have not heard. If anything, reports of such are rare.
>- At least some medications can get systematic parasites. A big criticism on purely herbal protocols is that people report scattering and it seems like zapping could have the same issue.
I would suspect that scattering would be a possible problem with medications too. I have not seen any that are perfect.
>- If it could work all the more power to people benefitting from it, but to knock medication that may have strong effects on parasites, the same can be said about herbs and zappers if they don't work fully to eradicate the problem.
I agree, the real problem is when anything fails to fully accomplish the goal. However, the issue that I have is that people die every day from these drugs but you just do not hear about it. Most people think that the number one cause of death by liver damage is alcohol or hepatitis. No, it is acetaminophen ( they agent in Tylenol ). If something supposedly as safe is this can be so devastating, perhaps other pharmaceuticals are being overlooked too.
Admittedly, many pharmaceuticals need to be harsh and so do parasite
cleanses in order to be fully effective.
>- There could also be an idea to combine two or three of these methods but its up to the people treating themselves or working with a doctor, etc
Sometimes, combinations can work better, such as Wormwood
and green tincture of Black-Walnut
. And, yes, it is quite possible that the pulses from a zapper may help potentiate the effects of these or of drugs but the effect is not electroporation as claimed by some.
So, in respect to my prior statement, Being a bit too skinny or having a few too many parasites
may actually be a good choice when compared to liver failure or kidney failure and death from excessive drug usage.