The Russian made anti-parasite device has been marketed in the West for the past 12 years by http://www.parasiteremedies.com
Current price is euros €55.
The sputnik is a Russian medical device, an electronic capsule which switches itself on inside you and gives you a kind of super acupuncture treatment as it travels through your digestive system.
We are making no medical claims or promises for this device, merely reporting our own experiences and the research surrounding this device in Russia over the past 13 years.
While already registered in 1O countries as an official medical device, the Sputnik has so far not been registered in the USA or in the EU. Plans are afoot to do so. It is not for sale in Ireland under any circumstances.
So it can only be ordered by individuals for their own use in those other countries.
The capsule is part of a whole program of natural drugless treatment developed in Russia.
It wasn’t purposely developed as an anti-parasite device, but as a device for getting the bowel moving again after abdominal operations. It proved very successful in paralytic ileus, according to the published research.
The anti-parasite effect only became known as a side-effect reported by people using the capsule for digestive problems.
Order a Sputnik.€55 or c.$70 U.S.
The above picture of large worm fragments, found in the motions, was taken by a man who took the Sputnik because of anecdotal evidence that it might help chronic fatigue and skin problems. He reported excellent results and was delighted to have rid himself of such such appalling unwelcome guests.
The larger parasites, such as the above tape-worm, emerge in pieces after taking the capsule.
CHECK OUT THE CONTRA-INDICATIONS DESCRIBED BELOW,
CAREFULLY, BEFORE YOU TAKE THE SPUTNIK.
In fact in you are in any doubt, consult your own medical adviser before you consider taking the device.
Also, you should take our QUESTIONNAIRE test first to see to what degree you may be infected !
Basically, you must be sure your digestive system is completely intact. So if there is a history or cancer,severe diverticulitis, bowel narrowing or obstruction, don’t take it.
Don’t take it if you are of a nervous disposition, or if you have a history of psychiatric problems. The capsule is an electric device, which switches on once it encounters the body fluids inside, and produces a noticeable tingling and quite forceable zapping, and even some involuntary spasms. The spasms are actually quite harmless.
But it wouldn’t be suitable for young children or nervous animals.
Other contra-indications include : pacemakers, internal lesions, organic lesions of the central nervous system, with intra-cranial hypertension, epilepsy, kidney stones
feverish conditions, active tuberculosis, grave ischemic heart disease, desired pregnancy, acute thrombo-phlebitis, mechanical ileus, cicatricial stenoses, internal haemorrhages, jaundice caused by blockages, cholelithiasis, urolithiasis.
The Russian research
The Sputnik is a simple metal pill that generates low voltage electromagnetic emissions as it travels the length of your gastro-intestinal tract, giving your internal organs a good stimulating jolt as it does so, and coincidentally electrocuting and expelling parasites from your body.
The device is not in fact that new. It’s been part of Russian medical research now for about 15 years. And it’s officially registered in Russia and 10 or 12 other countries as a medical device.
While the worm expulsion factor has gained the most attention in the West, serious research in Russia claims a long list of other good health results.
This kind of non-drug approach to restoring health has been a hallmark of the Russian approach. But unless you are very naive, don’t expect this kind of natural medicine to overcome the supremacy of Big Pharma in this side of the world.
This is true of all natural approaches, especially electronic medicine - which will, in time, compete against powerful pharmaceutical interests as people become increasingly immune to the current drugs.
What does it do when you swallow it ?
Many people who have used the Sputnik have noticed the appearance of small orange stones and other unidentified debris appearing in the stool.
Doctors who have seen these stones have identified them as most likely stones expelled from the liver, gallbladder and even the pancreas.
But most dramatically of all, people who didn’t realise they had a parasite problem, have found dead worms and pieces of worms in their motions.
Swallow the capsule with some water.
Don’t be afraid of the occasional tingling or cramps you will experience.
Don’t drive if you are experiencing strong reactions.
The metal capsule , which is 11 by 22.5 mm, usually takes 24 to 36 hours to pass through.
Not everyone will see remnants of the parasites in their stools. It depends on what varieties you have.
The capsule is officially used in Russia for the following indications:
To generally improve digestion and absorption
To improve metabolism, including fat metabolism (cholesterol)
To enhance the peristalsis and the regional blood circulation
To get the intestines working again after abdominal operations..
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We advise our Sputnik patients to examine their stools, by passing them in a fine sieve and hosing them into the toilet.
Use disposable gloves and a mask over your mouth and be careful to thorough sterilise the area afterwards.
If you see definite evidence, place the remnants on some clean paper and take a picture. You may like to consult your own doctor about your experience.
You can take a digital picture and e mail it to us in jpeg or gif form.
We would love to hear about your experiences, by email, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Russian research published by the manufacturers has
claimed that the Sputnik improves the following functions:
Sugar in the Urine 4.9 times
Ig A 1.2 times
Testosterone 2.4 times
Oestrogens 7 times
Cholesterol 1.9 times
Tri-glycerides up to 2 times better
Intensity of allergic inflammations
Tonus of sympathetic nervous system
Anti-neoplastic (anti-cancer) activity of phagocytes
Hyperacidity 1.6 times
Contractile ability of gallbladder 1.2 times
Lipo-proteins of low density content 1.6 times
Mental emotional stability.
Lipo-proteins of high density content 2.5 times
Cure constipation in 93.9% cases
Work capacity 1,5 times
We are making no medical claims for the Sputnik, only reporting to you what has been published by the manufacturers and researchers.
1. Re-usable? - Since the Sputnik unit (and similar devices sold in Russia) will operate continually in the 2.2 to 4.4 volt range for as long as 110 hours (not guaranteed, it can vary ), there are reports that people are simply wishing the units with hydrogen peroxide after expelling them and then reusing (i.e. re-swallowing) them.
Because of the hygienic implications, we cannot possibly condone such a thing, and, in fact, the manufacturer does not encourage this practice.
2. What Can I Expect? - This is the question most people have been asking prior to trying the unit.
In chronological order: you first swallow the 'zapper' with a glass of water or juice, much as you would any capsule.
The unit is about the length of a normal 'double-o' capsule, but it is decidedly thicker (dimensions: 11 mm x 22 mm, weighing up to 5.5 g.).
As it travels through the body, you will have 'feel' the vibrations inside you, but not all the time.
Everyone has a different experience, based, in part, on where there is "atony."
What is Atony:
This concept -- atony -- is something you hear repeatedly in Russian medicine, but it is almost completely ignored in the West. Briefly stated, Russians believe that the internal muscles of the body, even those lining the GI tract, must be exercised and toned for the body to function optimally. We accept in the West the need to exercise and tone the muscles of our extremities and torso - our empire of gyms and workout centers is a testament to this. We accept as obvious that the muscles that govern external mobility functions must be exercised and maintained, but somehow this line of thinking has been lost when it comes to internal muscles and organs of the body: but not to Russians. The concept of 'atony' is woven into the fabric of Russian thinking on optimal health care.
This having been said, you will 'feel' energetic charges in areas of 'atony' or weakness.
The Sputnik Experience:
One recipient went on for two hours where his right leg just kept pulsing and 'jumping.'
There are as many different reports of body sensations as there are people who use the device.
It should be reported that none of these sensations has been reported as painful. There was a general sense among users that 'something good is happening.'
If you are a person with a healthy colon then the unit will come out in roughly 18 hours - the approximate transit time for foodstuffs travelling through the GI tract. Some people have reported longer transit times - some as long as 3 days. But up to eight days have been reported.
In those individuals, larger than normal bowel movements have been reported. Some users report signs of parasites in their stool, others stones (quite common), and reports of larger than normal bowel movements are equally common. Reports of feeling 'energized' and more aware subjectively are also common.
3. Can it get stuck?
You mustn’t swallow the device at all if there is any question of your gastro-intestinal tract not being intact. So if you have tumours or diagnosed extreme narrowing of the bowel, or advanced diverticulosis , do not use it.
Although transit times will vary from person to person - (as stated above, people with healthy colons will see a faster transit time, generally) - the unit always comes out - sooner or later.
Always. If you do not see the unit come out in your stool, then you missed it. And that's perfectly okay .... far be it from us to recommend that our customers go hunting through their spool to spot the latest zapper expulsion.
If you have an undiagnosed narrowing of the intestine, and the device gets stuck, that is something neither you nor us could foresee. If you are in any doubt, for any reason, don’t take it. We know of one such case, where a woman had a bowel narrowing, undiagnosed. The doctors told her the Sputnik saved her life by showing it up.
4. How often do you repeat?
We recommending taking the Sputnik unit at least three times, back to back. This does not mean having more than one unit in your body at the same time. It means taking a new unit as soon as the current unit is expelled. Have a look at the questionnaire re parasites also. It will give you some educated feedback on your exposure risks.
After that, we recommend repeating the cycle at least once every six months.
To U.S. Users: This device not not been 'approved' by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration. Therefore, this product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease; nor should it be viewed as a substitute for the timely examination and diagnosis of any specific ailment by a qualified, licensed health care professional.
To recap concepts presented on the Sputnik page, Russian medical experts believe that the GI tract and its related organs are greatly aided by regular stimulation. We are well acquainted with this concept in the West, though not specifically as it relates to internal digestive functions.
For instance, it is accepted, out-of-hand and without controversy, that regular exercise (of the body's muscles) is essential to good health -- by reason not only of beneficial cardiovascular effects but because the muscles themselves need regular stimulation.
In fact, we accept a complete absence of exercise as a de facto cause of "muscle atrophy."
The Russians have taken an insightful extension of these basic concepts and applied them to the creation of the devices presented herein.
The clinical results are consistent, broad in their effects - both locally and systemically, quantitatively impressive, and without comparison to any therapeutic approach in the West that might achieve similar results -- at any price.
The more experienced clinicians we have worked with advice taking a series of three units back-to-back -- (that is to say, take the second unit upon the expelling of the first; the third, upon the expelling of the second).
Again, you simply remove the unit (what appears to be a small, metal electronic "pill") from its plastic casing, place in the mouth until you begin to feel the pulse (the unit is turned on by the water and electrolytes in your saliva), then swallow.
Transit times will vary from person to person, but average about 18 to 24 hours.
First designed and manufactured in the early 1980's by physicians of the Medical Institute and engineers of the State Research and Manufacturing Enterprise it presently has gained special popularity as a device for electronic stimulation of most important organs of human body.
Originally it was a unique and pioneering invention, with no competitive devices worldwide, and it has eventually become one of the items symbolizing Russian scientific triumph.
SPUTNIK was awarded diplomas of: regional exhibition "Medicine and Ecology - '95" (Kharjkov, Ukraine), "Siberian Fair" at "Transsibexpo - '95 International Fair" (Novosibirsk, Russia), "Siberian Fair" at "Medsib - '95 International Fair" (Novosibirsk, Russia), and nationwide competitive programs, such as "Russia's 100 Best Goods" (Moscow, Russia).
Production of the device is certified by the Ministry of Public Health of the Russian Federation, #42/97-217-423 of September 15, 1997 issued in the name of Federal State Unitary Enterprise, "NIIPP," Certificate of Compliance (#POCC RU.ME41.B 03082); the device has an approval of the Ministry of Public Health of the Russian Federation (registration certificate #85/58-1), for hospital, clinical, and individual use and application.
SPUTNIK is a self-powered device which, being introduced into the human body, provides electronic stimulation of internal organs. Its activity period lasts during the entire transit time within the body, while its effect is much longer (up to several months). SPUTNIK has been clinically tested by many hospitals in Russia.
The device's application allows for non-trauma detoxification of internal organs without any medication. It also improves gastrointestinal function, stimulates organs adjacent to the intestinal tract (pancreas and prostate duct systems, gallbladder, liver and kidneys), and also the uterus and vagina, activating their bioelectrical, motor, and secretory functions.
Read the Contra-Indications carefully:
Counter-indications are: Gastrointestinal bleeding, mechanical intestinal obstruction, cicatricial stenosis of esophagus, stomach, or intestine. In the case of individual application, SPUTNIK should not be used during pregnancy, constipation, or in individuals who have a pacemaker or other bio-electronic device implanted in the body.
As their clinical test results show, application of gastro-intestinal stimulators providing endogenous electrophoresis of chrome ions by diabetes patients result in:
increase in endogenous insulin secretion; decrease of blood cholesterol level by not less than 30%; decrease of low-density lipo-proteins; decrease of glycosurized hemoglobin; improvement of carbohydrate exchange compensation condition; and in the case of zinc ions, emission; increase of endogenous insulin' secretion; increase of blood serum's testosterone level; improvement of oestrogenic stimulation.
Basic Model -- This unit provides for isolated sequential electric stimulation of the stomach, duodenum, pancreatic duct system, as well as extra-liver tracts, small and large intestine, rectum, in order to activate their bioelectric, motor and secretory functions.
Its application allows for non-traumatic and natural cleansing of the slag and diffuse thickenings of the gastrointestinal tract by activating its degraded areas, restoring its motor-evacuation activity, and eventually contributes to increased the patient's vital tonus (tone) and improving his/her psychological condition as well as sexua| potency.
To U.S. Users: This device has not been 'approved' by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration, and the information you see here is for provided in your country for research purposes only. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease; nor should it be viewed as a substitute for the timely examination and diagnosis of any specific ailment by a qualified, licensed health care professional.