How Often Should You Rife For Lyme Treatment?

After speaking with my Lyme doctor, he said that most of his patients using a Rife machine to treat Lyme disease are using it on average once a week for about 20 minutes. Some are using it for as long as 2 hours at a sitting, and, yet, he feels that rifing for this amount of time is not a wise decision. We also discussed how it seemed like running many frequencies at once (an auto-channel) seemed to dissipate the power and so I have been using single frequencies as well as sweeping which means setting the machine to start at one frequency and finish on another defined frequency, sweeping through all the ones in between the beginning and ending frequency – the thinking behind this is to hit any “mutant” strains of the organisms. Meaning, a strain of the Lyme bacteria may have mutated so they are no longer affected by frequency 306, but they may be to 308, and thus, by sweeping between say 304 and 312, you may catch any mutations. This may sound like science fiction, but it really seems to work!

I have been rifing a few times a week, and have yet to add the amplifier to the GB4000 which will make it at least 10 times more powerful from what I’ve heard, but will try to space my sessions more so I only do it once or twice a week and see how that goes. I am still maintaining a slight overall improvement since I began experimenting with the Rife machine to treat Lyme, even without the amplifier attached!

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3 comments for “How Often Should You Rife For Lyme Treatment?

  1. ginger
    June 25, 2011 at 2:15 pm

    i am writing for my husband. He just received the machine you mentioned and needs info on using it. Thank you for the info in your article. It seems helpful

  2. roy
    August 29, 2011 at 5:25 pm

    I have good reason to believe that there are very few effective generic frequencies due to the fact that each person and each mutated bacteria is unique. Using the exactly correct freq is crucial for optimum results. I also have found that the wrong freq can have undesirable side effects (it can actually stimulate the organism you are trying to kill).
    There are ways to get excellent results with freq but it is tricky.I can not sum up years of research in this forum. I wish I could be more helpful.

    • Danielle
      August 30, 2011 at 8:36 am

      Yes, I agree. I have been using those that I have heard have been the most helpful to the most people. One thing that is neat about the GB4000 is it lets you “Sweep” from one frequency to a second, and it goes through all of the frequencies in between so hopefully you catch any mutated bacteria. I haven’t heard that the wrong freq. can stimulate their growth, but that is interesting. Have you had success with a rife machine? Thanks!

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