Just wondering if anyone knows anything about this particular zapper. I have never had or used one. I did once have a tens unit. Are they similar? Can you strap the handles on to your body or do you have to hold them. I like the idea of the wrists straps, but want to know first if anyone else has used them. How does one put them on the abdomen, with tape? How long do you hold them or leave them on the body and how do you know if they are working. What do you feel? How do you know if there is die off? Thanks to anyone who can help me here......
It's a good zapper. I have the less expensive 15hz model with the copper paddles. If you don't want to hold them you can put one under each foot. Works for me. You can zap an hour or more. You might want to go easy the first time. With the lower hz setting like 15hz you can definitely feel a buzz. The 2500hz settings you don't feel as much, maybe a little tingle, 30khz hardly anything. I would use one setting for several sessions like 15hz, then go to the next setting for a few sessions. When you have a lot of die-off sometimes there are symptoms such as headache and flu like symptoms which fade as you get rid of the dead pathogens.
I will add that since having zappers I don't ever get sick like I used to. If you use the zapper at the first sign of a cold or feeling sick it works beautifully.
"Just wondering if anyone knows anything about this particular zapper. I have never had or used one. I did once have a tens unit. Are they similar? Can you strap the handles on to your body or do you have to hold them. I like the idea of the wrists straps, but want to know first if anyone else has used them. How does one put them on the abdomen, with tape? How long do you hold them or leave them on the body and how do you know if they are working. What do you feel? How do you know if there is die off? Thanks to anyone who can help me here...."
How do you put them under the feet? While laying down? inside the socks? How do you keep them there. So if you have symptoms they will continue until the dead things are out of your body? I have so many questions I guess. I want to try this. Do you know if it will help colon problems? Do they send information with it? Thank you for writing to me, I'm trying to learn more......
I put them under my feet while sitting. Instead of having your feet on the floor they are on the copper handhelds. You may only get the die-off symptoms if you do too much zapping at once. If you go easy maybe an hour/day you should be ok. The zapper should help with colon issues but I would also use some other protocols like Colloidal Silver , olive leaf extract and perhaps Bentonite clay to heal the intestines. That way you are also healing the colon more directly. I can't remember if they send zapping protocols with the Z4EX zapper. Many of your questions may be answered here:
"How do you put them under the feet? While laying down? inside the socks? How do you keep them there. So if you have symptoms they will continue until the dead things are out of your body? I have so many questions I guess. I want to try this. Do you know if it will help colon problems? Do they send information with it? Thank you for writing to me, I'm trying to learn more......"
Thanks again.. I am taking olive leaf extract. Bentonite and fibers seem to get stuck even with lots of water. There seems to be inflammation. I have tried so many things, from lf's to colonics, cleansers etc. I've wanted to try the zapper for years but thought it would shock me... don't know why I've had this fear, but I need to try now... you have most kind and helpful..... I am so alone in all this, for my husband does not understand anything unatural to him and has never had any health issues in 56 years... I will have to do these things when he is not around or at home or at night. I am a nite owl too because of circadium rhythum disorder..
Thank you, but forgive me for not understanding what OP means. So you are talking about the zapper on the clark site? You believe the wrist straps are effective? You have tested it? That sounds great. I am interested in that one but have not bought any of them yet. Thank you for your feedback! Much appreciated...
OP just means "Original Poster"...the one who started the thread.
From the testing I have done along with other's, the wrist straps on ANY standard zapper (excluding the Terminator 2) make it virtually useless. Just not enough skin contact to be effective.
Most of the zappers on the market are quite good, then there are others which are not so hot. I do not endorse any specific make/model, but definitely advise the use of handholds and/or footplates for zapping. It just simply works many, many times better than any wrist strap out there.
A zapper is a series circuit. The resistance between wrist straps made with no resistors in line and the gray fabric, which is tiny silver wires VS copper pipes covered in wet paper towels, is virtually nil (in favor of the wrist straps).
So, you got 50 or so ohms give or take between each zapper to body interface and you have a body of maybe 1,000,000 ohms resistance.
You are arguing about the difference between 1,000,000 ohms and 1,000,100, or less.
To make zapper straps without resistors, you need to order at least 1,000 and pay up front. Some low volume makers can't afford that and therefore trash people that offer them by saying the concept is flawed.
To me, I'm NOT going to tie up my hands holding a pair of pipes for an hour a day, maybe others will, but not me. The ONLY way I'm going to use this an hour a day is if my hands are free to do other stuff.
Thank you so much. It sounds like you have used these for awhile to know. I didn't see on the clark site where they supply wrist straps with all units, in fact the one with straps costs more. I just needed to know that for the money I will get the same. Do you have to use wet paper towels with the wrist straps? I don't understand that at all. How long do you leave them on? Which setting do you recommend, it says it has three. I've never used one at all and don't know how to use them. This is all greek to me! thank you so much ... tina
Many people "get by" just using wrist straps and that is fine if all that they want is to get by.
Sorry, the contact area of wrist straps is too small. In our studies, the copper poipes produced about 3 times the effectiveness of the wrist straps (without resistors in the leads). Our studies found three important things about electroded.
#1 The larger the contact area, the better the results
#2 The greater the number of contacts (at least up to 4) the better the results.
#3 The further apart the contacts were, the better the results.
Clark's original spec AND published design are for 9V IN then make a square wave and chop off the top (positive offset part), that leaves 4.5V, later she said take another 0.25V off, leaving you an OUTPUT of 4.25V
ALL of her work and results and testimonials were with APPROXIMATLEY (+/- 20%) 30,000Hz at a maximum of 4.25 V