Published: 8 years ago
Re: A-6 Zap the Parasites
I've never used rife at all, so really can't speak to it's effectiveness, but like you, I've used basic zappers to very good effect. I sincerely believe they've not only saved my life, but have helped facilitate my return to almost full wellness.
I do suspect the straps don't carry the current quite as well, but I had one and it did the job fine, other than that was how I discovered it doesn't really kill fungus very well. My sweetie had it and spread it to me via the straps. Blah. Fungus really needs a zapper with the specialized frequency.
My basic zapper, the RSG-4 doesn't have the registering light for showing the connection is good but it's pretty hard to not make the connection, I think, since you have some pretty full size hand holds. The hardest thing for me has been remembering to turn it on, since the lights are on the end of one of the handholds, and there is no box to drag onto the floor (which would make any of the lights more visible). I killed several zappers along the way dragging them off onto a tile floor. :(
The fungus specific zapper I got, I adapted to used the pads tens and e-stim use. Those were fussier and you had to fiddle a bit to get the best connection, but some of that was the less than sophisticated jerryrigging to attach the pads, instead of hand holds. But the sticky pads let me direct the current much easier. I'm surprised there aren't any (that I've seen anyway) that uses those pads. They worked great from my experience. They're designed for electrical current carrying, I'm sure.