Re: HELP PLEASE: Any advice about the right Zapper for CANDIDA and General use, thanks.
>- But as per the above link, there is not a range of frequencies that can kill the candida
Just because it does not say that it kills candida does not mean that it can not.
>- Frequencies affecting these fungi are from 384.2kHz to 388.4kHz
That does not mean that the zapper has to say 384.2 kHz or 388.4 kHz. A zapper running at 2.5 kHz will produce 382.5 kHz and 387.5 kHz along with every other odd harmonic of 2.5 kHz. That is the principle that the zapper works on, not the base frequency, but the harmonics.
The 2489 frequency on the CC1 will produce 380.8 kHz and 385.8 kHz, close to both Candida frequencies.
The 2280 frequency will produce 385.32 kHz and 389.88 kHz.
The 2127 Frequency will produce 384.99 kHz and 389.24 kHz.
All of the frequencies are close enough to be at least somewhat effective. The frequencies on the CC1 are not random numbers, they were picked with intent.
Also consider the higher Clark frequency 29380 as it will produce 381.94 kHx with a signal that will be stronger.
Possibly the best frequencies in the 2.5 kHz range would be 2.4739 kHz for the upper and 2.511 kHz for the lower. You will have a hard time getting a zapper with these frequencies.