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Re: Help! An invisible pest problem.
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Published: 10 years ago
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Re: Help! An invisible pest problem.

I think we have different species of mites. Those I have are totally invisible to the naked eyes. Also, they don't get out of the body, at least not alive, once they are inside. So now I have only to deal with those inside my body as the environment is now clean.

I highly recommend the Super Straps, particuarly when the head is heavily infected. Connect an alligator clip to the strap and put it on the back of your head. You can use a foot plate with wet toweling in a lay-down position, but that would hurt your neck if you are not careful (head is against hard object!). I know the straps are expensive, but they are worth. (I tried to find a cheaper source, but couldn't.)

When you zap, you will experience increased symptoms (e.g. tingling/biting) and that is good because that means the mites are reacting/dying. Also, if you have other ailments, you may have detox symptoms (e.g. feeing tired or nauseous). If that is too much to bear, then reduce zapping time.

My extra BNC to aligator clips cable arrived yesterday. I used both the CMOS output and the regular 50 ohm output at the same time and I got better result. You should have two BNC to aligator clips cables.

The CMOS output has to be activated first before using it. Read the manual about how to do this (for my unit, I pull up the knob that controls the CMOS level).

If CMOS is activated, DC Offset is automatically disabled and there is no need to adjust the DC Offset knob.

How did you get infested or infected in the first place?


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