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Re: Washing laundry and parasite or bacterial spores?
 
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Re: Washing laundry and parasite or bacterial spores?


parasites leave spore like a fungus, eh? How about they leave eggs and gobs of them. That's the real problem--you have to wait for them to hatch out, zapping them day after day. If you kill them in you, that's way better than in your laundry. Just wash that I've never reinfected my self with washed laundry. Why make this sooo difficult?

parasites carry fungus which does have spores but that's part of the reason I use olive leaf extract--to kill the fungus--a Clark zapper won't. Bacteria doesn't have spore either, but in theory it is killed by the zapper. Goldenseal root works faster though. But why would you think parasites or bacteria have spores?

Do Dr Clark's full protocol which requires the zapper and be done with it. Do the herbs to be rid of the infections they carry. No flush and soak will get out parasites. except maybe some of the loose ones in your digestive tract. The ONLY pathogen that leaves spores are fungus.
 

 
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