If you find that the zapper and other herbs help then obviously theres no reason to stop a good thing. I do often wonder though if a lot of these alternative medicines like Hulda Clark 's actually work; and, don't just act like a placebo as you would find in any control group. I have heard many times that some pharmaceutical drugs work almost statistically as well as they do in control groups. I know myself that when I was taking a lot of these different herbs, tinctures and supplements, I wanted so bad for them to work - even thought they were. Now that I look back on it I'm sure they made little or no difference at all. It is somewhat of a concern that many health products are not supported by good empirical evidence that has been peer reviewed; usually only finding the odd nit-picked study that shows a small positive correlation. I don't mean to offend anyone if I have, but I believe it's important to be a little skeptical before using some of these products.