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Killing "Good Cells" & Intestinal Bacteria
 
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Killing "Good Cells" & Intestinal Bacteria


How do we know that zapping is not killing our own healthy cells? Theoretically our body has it's own (high) frequency that is not damaged with "traditional" zapping. Does this mean that each component part of our body (each of our own individual healthy cells) has its own high frequency and is not damaged by zapping.

If we are treating persistent and chronic infections and, therefore, are zapping often, are we repeatedly killing off all of the "helpful/healthy" intestinal flora/fauna? If yes, then are we just constantly re-populating ourselves with healthful flora as we zap several times a week? Do regular zappers simply never maintain a longstanding amount of healthy intestinal fauna?

If we have intra-cellular pathogens (mycoplasma, epstein barr virus) and zapping cannot get to the vermin inside our cells, how can zapping be of benefit against intra-cellular pathogens? If the answer is that the intra-cellular pathogens sometimes venture out of the cells, please explain this. Why/when do they come out? Is there something that causes them to come out? Please cite to any articles or authorities that I can read.

Can anyone cite to a thread where zappers have had success against intracellular mycoplasma, epstein barr and/or human herpes virus6?

Many thanks,
Incredible Resolve
 

 
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