Hi! My friend, Alex, is selling his BRAND NEW Doug Coil rife machine. It’s the best one out there made by Alex Levy. It comes with a blank warranty card. He paid $3,200 for it and is asking $2,900. Plus, you don’t need to wait for months for your order to be ready as there are wait lists. Please contact him directly at firstname.lastname@example.org if interested.
This woman has put together a really neat list of Rife machine frequencies for Lyme disease and associated co-infections. She is using a Doug Coil machine, but the frequenices will work for other rife machines, such as the GB4000. Check it out!
Here is what one man wrote recently on a Lyme disease forum discussion regarding his experience with using the Doug Coil Rife machine for Bartonella and Lyme disease, as well as antibiotics for Bartonella, and his family’s experience using it for Lyme disease:
Thus far, I am very encouraged with the results I am seeing with the Rife machine. It has been more of a subtle steady improvement in that each week I realize, wow, I have more energy to do X, or wow, my balance is a bit better and I even feel less apathetic. I only just recently added the amplifier to the machine which makes it more powerful and also puts it in radio frequency mode as opposed to audio frequency mode. I learned that if one is going to use the GB4000 Rife machine that I am using, you MUST use it with…
Micro-organisms and Disease
Whether micro-organisms enter the human body via insects (either mechanically or through their bites) or other means (such as by ingestion of contaminated water or food), microbes have been implicated in many diseases and painful conditions. Royal R. Rife’s experiments demonstrated what he called the BX virus as being present in individuals suffering from cancer. Other research has shown that micro-organisms may contribute to the development of arthritis, rosatia, lyme disease, encephalitis, spinal meningitis, typhus, river blindness, infections (such as drug resistant E coli, staph, candida), and many more.
Henry Lai, UW research professor of bioengineering, says the malaria parasite Plasmodium appears to lose vigor and can die when exposed to oscillating magnetic fields, which Lai thinks may cause tiny iron-containing particles inside the parasite to move in ways that damage the organism…