Rifing Update 2/15/12

I have been receiving a lot of emails asking how my rife experiment is going with the GB4000, and I want to update all of you as to where I am at as of late. I started using the GB4000 a little under a year ago, but have only been using the amplifier with it for about 6 months. Basically, since starting with the GB4000, I have seen the following benefits:

* I now sleep through the night, whereas prior to using the rife I was waking up around a few times throughout the night
* I have increased energy – I am tremendously more functional as I am able to do many more activities without feeling completely enervated
* My skin is clearer
* My appearance in general is healthier
* I can think a bit clearer
* My mood is improved – I feel less dejected
* No real joint pain
* I tolerate being around chemicals better
* I had my first cold this winter in years – think my immune system is mounting more of a healthy response?

Now, I do have three symptoms that have not lessened much or at all in severity, and which persist day in day out: brain fog (the worst symptom by far!), vertigo (slightly improved) and an odd internal vibrating sensation on one side.

My game plan is to continue rifing and experimenting with different frequencies and such. Eventually, I may consider trying a Doug Coil if I don’t see more symptom improvement. I did sign up for something called Advanced Cell Training (ACT) and will be starting that in a few weeks.

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8 comments for “Rifing Update 2/15/12

  1. JasonMChicago
    February 15, 2012 at 10:08 pm

    Having a cold, in my mind, is a good thing. It shows that your immune system is back!!! 🙂 I noticed this in my case too. I haven’t had a runny nose in years. I have been doing many thing over the last couple of months and I started to get a slight nasal drip. This was great news to me.

  2. JasonMChicago
    February 16, 2012 at 6:16 pm

    Has anyone used a TENS unit with Lyme muscle pain. Most of my crazy muscle pain is gone by just treating the lyme (yeah baby!). Still not 100% but definitely better. There are some muscles that are still struggling and my alternative health person was thinking about TENS. Any thoughts?

  3. Poul-Erik Nielsen
    February 28, 2012 at 9:32 pm

    You can use the GB4000 as TENS treatment, as I have done for patients a lot of time. But be carefully, very carefully. Read the manual for further and again take very care, and place the plates carefully.
    As start, please do not take longer time time than 60 seconds, if everything is going fine, you can try to go up in time, but remember to take 2 to 3 days res´t after each treatment.

  4. Athy
    March 4, 2012 at 12:53 am

    I used the gb4000 with amp for 2.5 yrs for lyme and multiple co’s. Eventually I plateaued with it because it doesn’t penetrate deeply enough into tissue and the skull/bone to reach the brain and within bone morrow/ spine etc. I upgraded to the coil machine which was very eye opening. The gb4000 brought back a lot of functioning but it never actually got rid of anything just lessened the load. The coil machine however really nukes the lyme and co’s. Also ozone sauna is hugely hugely helpful. You’ll be amazed how much the ozone sauna hits even after abx and rifing.

    Glad you’re seeing improvement!

    • Danielle
      March 4, 2012 at 2:00 pm

      Hey Athy,
      Thank you so much for sharing your experience…really appreciate it! Glad you are doing better and this info really helps! 🙂
      Danielle

  5. Athy
    March 4, 2012 at 12:56 am

    I also don’t understand why ozone is so misunderstood here in the us.. Ambulances and hospitals in europe use ozone pretty commonly.

  6. lyme girl
    April 13, 2012 at 9:29 pm

    I often check in on your rife progress. I haven’t yet tried a rife machine, but may do so soon. I am glad to hear that you are having good benefits!

    I wanted to share what seems to be helping my brain fog — acupuncture. I had noticeable results after 4-5 treatments & I continue to go weekly. You should also get your thyroid checked. Hashimoto’s hypothyroid is common with Lyme. A low T3 level can really effect brain function. Test for TSH, TPO, free T3 & free T4 to get a full picture. Balancing my thyroid with the right levels of tirosint (T4) and cytomel (T3) have really helped my brain fog.

    Best to you & your healing!

    • Danielle
      April 15, 2012 at 3:34 pm

      Hey! Thanks for reaching out and for sharing what has helped you! I have looked into thyroid issues, but haven’t dismissed it as part of the puzzle – especially knowing that Lyme can greatly affect the thyroid adversely. I take selenium which is good for the thyroid and iodine in salt, but may need something else like you are taking.

      Wishing you too all the best in healing!

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