>I have been told by customers that they had taken the herbals, Wormwood , Black-Walnut , etc for weeks and even months but the parasites were present until they used ParaZapper with the copper footpads.
Even your above statement supports exactly what Vtool has been saying all along -- a person needs to take HERBS and ZAP, don't rely on one thing because it may not work. Gee, isn't this what Dr. Clark has said too?
Just because you have some testimonies about customers using herbs not being effective doesn't mean that the information is entirely TRUE! To make a statement as gospel is actually misleading and can be dangerous. Here's why:
1. A more serious parasite infection that is under the skin or outside the intestines takes more than a few months to cure with herbs. They have to stick with the protocol for 1 year! After that, they must take herbs for another 6-12 months to repair damage that has been done by the parasites. I know what I'm talking about! I've also consulted with alternative doctors and other herbalist around the world who have all confirmed this.
2. What herbs did they use? Were they fresh? Were the herbs sitting in a bottle on a shelf for a long time before they received them? Did they have the right combination? When the parasites start to mutate after they took the herbs? What protocol are they using? There are a lot of things to consider.
3. What kind of parasites did those people have? Different parasites respond to different things. How long have they had them? Did the person contribute the current resistant problem -- how? blah, blah....
I don't expect you to answer questions 1, 2 and 3, but these kind of things need to be taken into consideration. If you're going to consider yourself an "expert or consultant" then you need to understand more about what your posting and the responsbility that goes with it. Unless you are an herbalist or have real experience with herbs, then you need to be more careful with those kind of statements. This goes back to my original comment -- you're actually misinformed, and I don't consider you a liar.