Published: 8 years ago
I agree that you'd want to avoid the ones that plug into...
Parazapper's the guy, at least from what I've seen here. I agree that you'd want to avoid the ones that plug into the wall for sure. It's the battery's electrical current that is square off set wave that does the whole range of parasites
which she discovered after her son made a battery powered one for her to use.
I've found most any of them work ok. but I do agree with parazapper on the avoiding the straps and pennies. The straps didn't carry the current as well, I don't think. The penny one was too localized and gave me little electrical burns. The frequencies don't matter so much if you're doing an overall parasite
zap, it seemed to me, but often, if you know the frequency of what pathogen you're trying to zap, as I did with my fungus specific frequency zapper, it works better of course--for the fungus. Not to zap parasites
though. I had to use both for that.
Or if you had the specific frequency of the particular parasite
you know you have, sure. But I never bothered with that level of identification. All mine died from the zapping effect of the battery current so I never bothered. At least I've gotten better--my belief being it's because I must have killed them all. And the pennies, for me, meant you had to put the zapper in the specific area you wanted to kill parasites, so I had to move it around a lot. If you need it all over your legs, that could take a while. Definitely better to have one you can attach to one leg and the other, so you run the current thru both at the same time.