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Re: mixing electric waves generator (zapper) tech and mwo tech ?
 
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Re: mixing electric waves generator (zapper) tech and mwo tech ?


Some interesting thoughts:

>- Zappers might kill some small weak bacteria here and there

You must not have seen parazapper: http://huldaclarkparazapper.com/cart/images/Water_zapping_jars_b_070813_med.jpg

As a note: It was not just the algae that was destroyed. There were no living microbes found after zapping.

>- zapped ants and they were completely unaffected, ... ants are much smaller than many worms like Ascaris

Zapping has little to do with size although it is more effective against microbes. It is the cellular structure that is of most importance. Bacteria, protozoa, and fungi have very different cell structure from higher organisms.

As for worms, zapping kills certain symbiotic microbes such as wohlbachia that many worms depend on and must have in their gut.

>- This is why zappers actually made my autoimmune condition worse sometimes

I have been selling zappers since 2001 and have sold a lot. Never had this as feedback. What zapper were you using? Not all zappers are the same and it may be the model that you used rather than zappers in general.

We do offer the following warning:

Warning: While Hulda Clark claimed that zappers could not reach internal organs, including the intestines, she did not use the advanced multi-frequency ParaZapper products with the 4 point contact and 3 points positive. Since these zappers are far more effective in inactivating microbes such as bacteria. protozoa, and fungi, and some individuals have chosen to use these ParaZappers for off-label personal use on their bodies, we have noted reports that doing so may destroy much of the natural, beneficial flora in the intestines. For that reason, it is very important to replace your microbiome with supplemental probiotics soon after using a zapper. Generally, consuming a good yogurt with live and active cultures of at least 5 or 6 strains of bacteria will be helpful in this respect. The company does not endorse any off-label use but believes ethical companies should let the public know about potential issues with off-label uses.


 

 
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