Newport and all- I received the following delayed response to a question about frq and biofilms I posted on a lime-rife newsgroup last week. She raises some interesting issues:
Hi. Determining the exact frequencies for breaking up specific biofilm colonies when using most rife-type machines may not be possible from user experience alone, which is how the frequency lists were developed in the first place. Without the tools available in a fully equipped research facility, how could a user know if a frequency was simply breaking up biofilms of a specific organism, killing that organism, or affecting it in some other manner? There is scientific research being done, and evidence that EMF frequencies can be effective for biofilm disruption. Please refer to Bryan Rosner's recent post and links regarding cutting edge research about EMF and biofilms on this list, from October 14th.
It is my belief that multi-wave oscillating type rife devices are effective for breaking up biofilms. Multi-wave oscillating type rife devices, which are similar to the prototype developed by Georges Lakhovsky (based on technology developed by Nikola Tesla) in the first half of the 20th century, deliver a broad range of frequencies at once. In theory, this enables the body to re-attune cells to their optimum frequency for health. There are a number of these types of devices available for sale over the net. The price range is extremely wide.
From what I understand, the technology of the DP100 is based on the Lakhovsky model, and is effective for disrupting biofilms of Lyme, as indicated in the experience of users on the other yahoo rife list (lyme_rife), and the DougPlus list. The experiential evidence is there, and the addition of a broad spectrum killing agent to that protocol, such as CS, is theorzied to be effective for killing spirochetes that have been shaken from the biofilm colony.
Other multi-wave oscillating devices may possibly also be effective in the same manner, with CS, or perhaps GSE, which is another broad-spectrum anti-microbial agent. It bears looking into, which I am presently doing, myself. I think that a multi-wavae oscillating device could be an effective adjunct to a rife machine that delivers a single frequency, or a limiited set of frequencies at once. If one alternates using a multi-wave oscillating machine with a more powerful, single frequency rife machine, such as the coil, it may not be necessary to consume a broad spectrum anit-microbial agent, which could negatively affect healthy gut flora, and may encyst active spirochetes. Possibly, what one rife machine misses, by virtue of its narrow, focused target, the MWO machine may catch with its broad range of frequencies. Just a thought.
I am not familiar with the technology that she mentions, but, know that my f165 has the capability of sending multiple simultaneous frqs. I did this while treatming buski, determined via muscle testing. If anyone is interested, I can posted what my doc and I put together. what do you think of above post?