>- usefulness of using several frequencies
1) For each and every microbe, there is apparantly more than one frequency.
2) since many zappers are somewhat crude and not very accurate, the base frequency applied may or may not be effective for whatever you may be trying to accomplish.
Think of the zapper as shotgun. It produces a wide pattern of frequencies but at the same time, there are areas that are missed. Sometimes, the first shot misses but the second hits or gets closer. This is why dual frequency zappers are better, different patterns.
Then there is the magazine shotgun that can fire multiple shots in rapid succession. The more shots, the better the chance of hitting your target. Each has a different pattern.
Add to this, rapid fire and you have ... The UZI. Not only that, but the UZI is 6 zappers in one.
>- For a short term exposure, maybe
I have been zapping for 11 years with n n n n n n n n no p p p p p p problems :^) Humor intended.
I have heard from others who have been zapping for over 15 and they have no complaints. I have heard of a couple of problems with a couple of zappers that were too strong and caused some neuropathy and a couple of cases of misuse.
I do understand that there can be issues with long term exposure to higher frequencies but remember that the bulk of the zapper output is in the audio frequency range and the zapper output is probably the equivalent of minus 80 db or basically whisper level. I would understand problems from a loud audio signal, but not from a whisper level.
>- But i haven't managed to kill the parasitic worms (ascaris) in some areas of the body.
First, I do not think that the zapper actually directly kills the Ascaris
worm easily. I believe that it mostly kills the Ascaris
by killing it intestinal flora. This is not a commonly discussed aspect of many worms but they are very dependent on their intestinal flora and if that is successfully eliminated, the worm subsequently dies. This does not mean that zappers can not kill the worm directly, but that the zapper must hit the exact frequency very closely in order to accomplish this. With a crudely designed zapper such as the ultimate or the original Clark, the accuracy of the frequency is plus or minus 15 percent or worse. This means that that particular zapper has about a one in 100 or worse chance of hitting the exact frequency needed. The stronger power does compensate a little and it also produces a placebo effect. I am not saying this to down any product but to point out the flaw that needs to be overcome. NO two zappers of the same model are exactly alike. However, the more accurate the frequency specifications of a model of zapper, the more likely that the results will be reproducible.
There are websites with 300 or 400 testimonials but the problem is that they have sold 30,000, 30,000, or way more zappers producing a 1 percent or less testimonial rate. These testimonials do show that it can work sometimes but unless it works everytime, there is a need for improvement.
This is why I have strived for more frequencies and for more accurate frequencies.
>- trying a new approach with many electrodes for the positive side on the top of the body and only one electrode for the negative side on the feet.
Only 1 negative contact point. One foot at a time, but the other needs to be positive. 4 contacts with 3 positive is important.
Another thing is that the skull somewhat protects from electricity passing through.
>- i feel them moving below the skull)
Are you certain that it is not toxoplasmosis? Do you have cats or are you in contact with them?
>- the FDA is really unfair to not let you explain the effects you have experimented
Both the FDA and the FTC claim that you must have scientific proof according to their standards before you can make a claim. They blackmail and extort anyone who tries to promote good health but at the same time, they allow deadly poisons such as acetominophen and ibuprophen. Even things that silently destroy your health such as High Fructose Corn Syrup and artificial sweetners.
In the past couple of years, they have attacked the walnut growers, cherry growers, and cranberry growers for making claims, even when scientifically backed.