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Re: Zappers and Electrocuting scattered worms
 
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Re: Zappers and Electrocuting scattered worms


>- Using these is what brought on the big kills for my wife and I

I have tried TENS units without success for these problems. While I do not feel that it is impossible for them to work, the basis is different. I had regular TENS treatments for several years at a high level and yet I still had the little buggers and some big ones too. Additionally, the heavy use of the TENS units creates a heavy toxic load from damage to muscles which can be mistaken for die-off. Too much of this can damage the kidneys.

I did not get rid of them until I used the ParaZapper CCa with copper paddles and "augmentation footpads".

>- It threw my neck out once with the violent muscle contractions associated

I heard of a complaint once from a lady who wanted to file a lawsuit against us for back injury. She claimed that it was our product but upon further checking, it was found to be a lawsuit.

>- I have read that 'the worms are mortally wounded' when you zap them with the sub 20V 'zappers', the ones designed for parasite issues, but I don't believe it for a second.

Well, I am certainly a believer. First, the parasite zapper is gentler, no risk of muscle or connective tissue injury. Second, used properly (with augmentation footpads), scattering is not a major issue. Third, the zapper has been shown to kill bacteria and other microbes that are present along with the larger parasites. Fourth, If the TENS unit was really that effective, then there would not have been any parasites left to scatter.

While the zapper may be slower, in the long run, it is safer and more effective. Using the right tool for the job is paramount for success. Do not use a screwdrive as a hammer and visa versa.
 

 
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