I may be critical of some of your unproven claims but i am genuingly interested in this technology, so let's agree to disagree and try to discuss about something :
Instead of trying to use specific electric signals to damage/kill harmfull organisms, why not try to use specific electric signals to stimulate the cells of the immune system ? (like George Lakhovsky proposed)
Since a zapper usually use electric waves and a direct contact method with wet electrodes, this should require less intensity than having to use electromagnetic fields/waves and 2 big coils.
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New article by "The Scientist" confirms that everyone has viruses and that they are mostly non-problematic till the carrier gets sick or immune-compromised. I've always believed that even healthy people benefit from blood electrification because it lowers the burden on the immune system by lowering viral count. Less immune burden equates to more energy and less sickness.
Viruses of the Human Body
In recent years, great leaps in genomic sciences have allowed researchers to detect viruses living in and on the human body—collectively called the human virome. Recent genomic explorations of human samples have revealed dozens of previously unrecognized viruses resident in our gut, lung, skin, and blood. Some of these newly identified viruses may underlie mysterious, unexplained diseases, but it is also possible that some of these viruses are harmless in most people, most of the time.
A few years ago, only two polyomaviruses were known to infect humans. Using metagenomics approaches, researchers have identified 13 known human polyomavirus strains, and have linked some of these with diseases ranging from neurological or kidney damage in immunosuppressed transplant and AIDS patients to skin cancers.(1) Most of these polyomaviruses infect a majority of people during childhood and are then silently carried until a weakened immune system unleashes them to wreak havoc.
Such occasional pathogenicity is typical of viral families found in humans. For example, some human papillomaviruses are found on the skin of most healthy adults and go unnoticed,(2) while a few specific papillomaviruses can induce cervical or anal cancers (now preventable by early vaccination). Similarly, herpes viruses are nearly universal infections in adults, where they set up lifelong, symptom-free residence in neurons or cells of the immune system. Later in life or following immunosuppression, latent herpes viruses can reactivate and induce diseases ranging from cold sores to meningitis, lymphomas, or Kaposi’s sarcoma.
A rarely studied group of viruses called anelloviruses may claim the prize as the most common human viral infection; they can be detected in the blood of almost 100 percent of adults.(3) Anelloviruses are transmitted very soon after birth and multiple strains can establish persistent viremia in the same person. Because of their level of genetic diversity (the highest of any viral family) anelloviruses may infect different tissues with different consequences. And as with papillomaviruses, it is conceivable that only a subset of anelloviruses may turn pathogenic.
Whether such common and persistent viruses affect health is still being sorted out. A frequent consequence of chronic and acute viral infection is immune overstimulation. The increasing concentration of anelloviruses seen in immune-suppressed individuals indicates that anelloviruses remain under immunological control and may therefore result in low-level chronic inflammation, known to result in myriad health problems.
Beside the nearly universal blood-borne viruses described above, a cornucopia of other recently discovered viruses can be detected in respiratory and fecal samples of healthy persons, particularly children. These viruses include a growing number of astroviruses, parvoviruses, picornaviruses, picobirnaviruses, and others whose roles in health and disease also remain largely unknown.
This flood of new information regarding our virome indicates that, even when in perfect health, we are chronically infected by several types of viruses and often transiently infected by yet others. The perception that every human virus causes disease is therefore yielding to a much more complex biological reality.
IS IT A PATHOGEN?
To assess pathogenicity, researchers still rely on the four postulates for pathogenicity established by German physician and microbiologist Robert Koch in the late 1800s: 1) the agent is found in only those people with the disease, 2) the agent can be isolated from diseased individuals, 3) inoculation with the agent causes disease, and 4) the virus can be reisolated from the inoculated individuals.
But satisfying these postulates for human viruses is a tall order. Firstly, many viruses cannot be purified and grown in culture. Moreover, because human inoculations are unethical, researchers need to use animal models, such as rhesus macaques and mice, because many human viruses only infect humans.
Alternatively, researchers can try to demonstrate that the virus is found replicating at the site of pathology: the liver for hepatitis, for example, or the brain for encephalitis. Detecting only a single virus in diseased tissues, a feat made possible by deep sequencing, can also provide supporting evidence for its culpability. But this approach also has its limitations, as human necropsies (analysis after death) are costly and thus rarely performed, often leaving blood as the only available tissue type for study. In such cases, measuring the emergence of antibody response to a new virus to show that the timing of the viral infection corresponds to the onset of the immune response can help identify a likely culprit.
Case control studies that compare virus detection rates in patients or animals with similar symptoms versus healthy controls can provide powerful evidence of virus-disease association. Such studies control for age, geographic origin, gender, socio-economic status, and even time of year of sample collection, leaving only the disease state to differentiate the two groups. Most viruses are neither consistently pathogenic nor always harmless, but rather can result in different outcomes depending on the health and immunological status of their hosts. The less pathogenic a virus is the lower the percentage of infected people who become sick and the larger such case-control studies need to be to detect a difference between the groups.
Viruses in our DNA
In addition to the viruses that can infect us, humans (and all other vertebrates) have traces of past viral infections integrated into our very own genomes. About 8 percent of the human genome consists of retroviral DNA sequences that have inserted themselves into the human germline, where some of their functions have been adopted to serve essential functions for their host’s survival and development.(12) Clearly, our very long evolutionary history in a bacteria and virus rich environment has driven human adaptation to many such infections, from the cellular level domestication of retroviral genes and hyperreactive immune systems to the cultural: adaptations intended to reduce the burden of infectious diseases.
1. J.A. DeCaprio, R.L. Garcea, “A cornucopia of human polyomaviruses,” Nat Rev Microbiol, 11:264-76, 2013.
2. V. Foulongne et al., “Human skin microbiota: High diversity of DNA viruses identified on the human skin by high throughput sequencing,” PLOS ONE, 7:e38499, 2012.
3. S. Spandole et al., “Human anelloviruses: An update of molecular, epidemiological and clinical aspects,” Arch Virol, 160(4):893-908, 2015.
12. D.J. Griffiths, “Endogenous retroviruses in the human genome sequence,” Genome Biol, 2:reviews1017.1, 2001.
I am sharing my personal success story on lowering my blood pressure. I know how hard it is to find something that actually works!
My blood pressure had gotten as high as 280/180. Even after doctors' medications it still bounced back regularly to 195/115. After trying several medications to get it down safely until I could fix the problem, I found 5mg lisinopril taken before bed to be the safest and most effective.
I started taking 500mg Serracor once a day to clean out my arteries. I used the Dr. Natura Colonix program for three months to clean out my colon. After I was cleaned out, I kept the Dr. Natura Kleritea on hand to take it as needed. In my first three weeks of taking Serracor and the Colonix program, I lost 35 lbs and I wasn't even trying to lose weight. But losing weight was important in the long run. I have learned to stop eating by 3 PM and eat all the food I need between waking and 3 PM. This is important so that the body is not heavily processing food during sleep.
I started walking 20 minutes a day on the treadmill, and up to 60 minutes when I have the time. This is really important. Normal walking doesn't give the body quite the workout as a steady pace at 3.3 mph. I also stretch my back every morning upon waking. I'll lay on top of my bed and bend my body over with the goal of placing my face between my ankles. I couldn't do it at first, but several years later I can plant my face flat on the bed between my ankles within a minute after rising. This stretching not only relaxes the nerves and muscles around the spine, but it also makes the back very strong. After stretching, I lay on my back and lift my legs straight up while slightly lifting my head and then lay out flat again. I do this 30 times, although I could only do it five times when I started. After lifing my legs straight up, I then lift my knees toward my chin while slightly lifting my head. I do this 30 times, but again I could only do it 5 times a day when I started. These exercises pump the lymph nodes near the groin and prevent a lot of diseases. They build up strength in the back, and they massage the internal organs. They are very invigorating and make it easier to pump blood through the body, which is essential to lowering blood pressure. During the day, the arms also need to swing widely for at least 15 minutes. This pumps the lymph nodes under the armpits, which are also very important.
Meditation became a regular part of my daily routine for several years, and it helped to lower my blood pressure. However, life can make a meditation routine difficult to maintain. Using a TENS unit on the neck helped release clots from my arteries when I felt pressure building in my head, but this could be dangerous if the clots are too big. Exercise harder for several days before using a TENS unit as it dissolves some of the clot. TENS units can also increase blood flow in legs and arms. Put the pads over sore areas and operate at 8 Hz for 15 minutes at each painful location.
I also cut down my red meat to twice a month, eat salmon once a week, eat a variety of vegetables from my own garden, drink lots of tea made with herbs from my garden, make my own vitamins from vegetables and herbs from my garden, eat probiotic foods and drinks including kim chi, fermented beverages, and Greek yoghurt. Very important, I cut out the salt shaker. I used Himalayan pink salt for a while, but even that salt raises the blood pressure. It took me several years before I realized that many salts are just as bad, and they show up in many brands of bottled water. Don't drink water with calcium chloride or potassium chloride added. These are salts, too, and also constrict the organs and arteries. I have found that many supplements don't work either because they are highly processed or contain fillers. To fix this, I now grow all my own plants, dry them, powder them, and put them in capsules, myself.
I take MSM and glucosamine and took it in high doses due to an injury I sustained 12 years ago. I had to cut it down to the minimum dosage because the MSM also has the property of constricting the arteries.
One herb/vegetable that I consume daily is dandelion. I grow them in my yard and dry them so I can make tea during the winter. I also eat them fresh added to salads, cook them as roots and greens, and make tea from the fresh herb. Dandelions have a perfect balance of organic calcium, potassium, and other minerals needed by the heart. I don't know why dandelions are not a staple food of the human diet. They are incrediblly nutritious to the heart and completely non-toxic.
Even after doing all the above, after ten years my blood pressure was still borderline hypertension. Then I started taking a hot soaking bath each day. This was the final key to brining down my blood pressure. Get the water as hot as you can take it and soak for about an hour. The warm, wet heat penetrates the body and relaxes the arteries throughout the system. After seven days of hot soaking (and everything else I mentioned), my blood pressure finally dropped from 140/88 to 126/77.
My personal observation is that hypertension is partly psychological. Certain types of intense thinking, like computer programming, and focusing intensely on solving problems, tend to stiffen the arteries. The mind and body need activities that help them to remain fluid and flexible. A hot soaking bath on a regular basis can temporarily fix the problems caused by a stiff lifestyle, but the solution to hypertension is a complete rejuvenation of the entire body/mind system. I am 56, btw.
This is a synopsis of my effort to lower blood my blood pressure naturally and it took me 12 years to get here. I stopped using Lisinopril over six months ago when my blood pressure had returned to normal. I take no commercial medications at all. To keep my blood pressure low requires a steady commitment to diet, exercise, good thinking, and good living.
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