"I'm still confused about something. On the Z4, it has "THREE FREQUENCIES: 30KHz, 2.5KHz and 15Hz"
But in reading Clark's book, she has her chart full of all the different frequencies of the various bugs, bacteria, etc and they are mostly in the XXX.XX KHz range. Why is the Zapper rated at much lower frequencies if the goal is to send an electrical signal at the bugs' resonate frequency? For example, the Coxsackie virus B-4's frequency range is 361.45 to 363.70 KHz. If the Zapper is at most 30KHz, how does it kill this bug?"
It turns out that if you use 30KHz unit that covers just about any pathogen and will succeed after 21 days of usage. Dr. Beck device and protocol have proven that it works on some very stubborn bugs such as HIV, herpes, some cancers. Pulsed electromagnetic field creates temporary electrical current in the exposed tissue on the rise flux only, if there is only constant EMF then there is no electrical current produced. In other words electricity kills all bugs. Pulsed electricity (DC especially) does this efficiently. So I would not worry much about frequency unless you want this for specific bug problem. 3 frequency unit will cover all your needs. If not sure, use all of them alternating between them every 10 min. One thing that could potentially make difference is the power output. Beck's device will output close to 27V DC (not sure what it is under load perhaps 4V drop), while Original Clark device produces about 2V under load. So go with unit that steps up the voltage little like the maestro unit does, it still offers two frequencies( http://www.emz.maestro-zapper.com/E_zapper_MZap4R.html
- If I was not able to build my own I would buy that unit).
Beck unit is used for 2 hours a day for about 4 weeks. With Beck unit polarity reverses automaticaly - so it is a set up and forget device - you still need to keep soline solution on the contacts.
Clark recommended 7 min use - 20 min off repeated 3 times - much later she stated that using continually for 1 hour worked better. You must reverse your leads on your own every 3-5 min (recommended) plus keeping contacts moist.
"Unrelated: Does anyone on here know how to get actual email notifications to replies on CureZone? I get emails in my Curezone box, but I never get emails at my actual email address to notify me that you have replied."
That I do not know, I prefer to check here instead of my e-mail.