Thank you so much for your PMs. I read many other of your posts on Rife and ozone machines. In one of them though, you state that Rife "units should not be used by people with pacemakers, insulin pumps or other electronics implanted in the body nor metal implants such as hip replacements, screws, pins, plates, etc."
So that means I have to cross out my use of Rife? I have two pins in my body: one at the ankle and one at the neck of the femur. Is there not a way to use the machine even with these two pins?
If the machine had a low low enough power then you could possibly get away with it. The original units I worked with had a higher power output and you could really feel it when you turned the power up. But people with metal in their body could not use these since the units would vibrate the metal causing the metal to heat up. The newer units I have tried actually work on much lower power levels and you can barely feel them if at all. They still work though. After all it is not the amount of power that does the job but rather the frequency.
Another question: Do you know about any basic, simple and not sooooo expensive Rife machine you could indicate? Even if I cannot use it I shall buy it for other people.
I don't know of any off hand. The units I have used are not commercial units and therefore are not available on the market. And I know that there are some differences with different wave forms, but I don't know enough about electronics to understand the differences and to know what units out there actually use the proper wave forms as well.
My mother uses this machine called "Blaster Select" at $399 --
I do not know how effective it is for cancer, etc., but there has been a DEFINITE change in her bones. She's had life-long back issues that would get extremely severe at times, but after doing Rife for the past 2-3 months, her pain is very mild now.
As James indicated in another post, however, his own machines were called "the most effective" by one researcher. This means that, clearly, there are differences from machine to machine, and so, I wouldn't depend on a Rife machine as the sole treatment for cancer unless there is a standardized, effective machine on the market w/ all the right instructions.
Electical stimulation in general will strengthen the bones. The reason is that bone density is dependent on the silica within the collagen matrix of bone. Silica is piezoelectric so it responds to compression or electrical stimulation causing the production of its own electrical current that electrodeposits minerals in to the collagen matrix increasing bone density. Same principle by which low voltage currents have been applied to fractured bones to significantly decrease the healing time.
Yes, in my search for research on Rife, I came across a book called "The Body Electric." Although it doesn't deal with frequencies, specifically, the author charts his research in electrical healing -- everything from bone fractures, to infections, to instant anesthesia via electromagnetism.
Yes, I have the book on my bookshelf at home.
Would electrical stimulation help with disc compression, too?
Not in the same way. Electrical stimulation does help with repairing tissue in general as the body is electric. For example, I have discussed in the past using high voltage through a gas tube to regenerate the end of my thumb that I had cut off in a table saw accident. I had cut it off at an angle through the center of the last digit of the thumb. I used a combination of a strong colloidal silver solution that I soaked the thumb in first, then ran 15,000 volts from a neon transformer through a neon photospectrometer tube to the stub. It killed the pain and it took 6 months to grow back, but the whole tip grew back even though medical says that it is impossible. I used the silver because a naturopathic doctor I knew had mentioned a silver impregnated nylon that was being used in tissue regeneration. He said the product is placed over the amputation and electricity used to "drive the silver in to the tissue". I don't believe the silver itself stimulated the regrowth of the tissue. M theory is that the silver is simply acting as the conductor helping to deliver the electrical currents to the tissues stimulating the tissue repair. The reason I had used the gas tube was some friends had told me about their experiments with high voltage through argon tubes to repair amputations. I could not find an argon tube, so I took the neon tube from the photospectrometer to use. Since it worked I don't think the type of noble gas is really important. The tubes appear to be more just acting as insulators and spreading out the electrical current so the person in not being zapped by narrow arcs. Kind of like how a thousand pound weight could crush someone if placed right on the person. If a large board was placed over the person to spread out the weight though then the weight could be placed on the board and the weight would not crush the person. In fact, the spreading of the electricity is also a principle used in the making of ozone units. If you simply ran high voltage between two electrodes then the electricity would find a point and focus all the electricity at that point creating a strong arc. Putting a dielectric, such as glass, between the electrodes though spreads the electricity out over the full length of the electrodes creating numerous little arcs to prevent "hot spots".
Anyway, back to the cartilage discs. These also contain silica just like the bone discs. The reason they do not mineralize though is a lack of blood supply. This is why cartilage produces angiogenesis inhibitors (AIs). The AIs block the formation of blood vessels in the cartilage so there are not serum minerals present to mineralize the cartilage. So the electrical energy from the Rife unit can still stimulate tissue repair of cartilage, but will not mineralize the cartilage like it will bone.
I think silica is only one aspect of discs, correct?
Correct. Silica in cartilage is required for the production of structural proteins like collagen. Silica also links glucosamine molecules together in to long chains forming chondroitin.
Would the factors in alfalfa, gotu kola, etc., be somehow 'rushed' to the disc site through electrical stimulation?
Not really. They still have to be absorbed and moved to the area through the vascular system.
I am buying a frequency generato like the one in Blaster Select. Do you have the instruction sheet(s), not the manual of the generator, that you can send me so that I know how to set up the system and what knobs to turn?