Removing tapeworm(s) is usually not a 1-2 day project. Depending on your infection, might take a while or it might not. Die off can be bad, again depending on your infection. You can be in bed with fever or just feel a little nausea. I would plan on 2 weeks to start with, just to be sure. You can try pyrantel pamoate beforehand, see if that hrlps. I have heard some Tapeworms do release on that. Pyrantel can be done on a weekend. I would follow up with praziquantel to be sure i have got them all.
No, the only claim on the site where our zappers are sold is that they kill microbes in water. Actually, you have been lied to by those who have tried to suppress Dr. Clark's work. Many of the things that she claimed have been vindicated.
>- rise in price for
You are such an authority because, oh, wait, you have never bought or tried therefore, you are clueless.
>- it would be good if you did some research to demonstrate
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.