>- "No need to single out specific frequencies or to sweep through a range of frequencies one kHz at a time. No matter what frequency it is set at (within reason), it kills large and small invaders: flukes, roundworms, mites, bacteria, viruses and fungi. It kills them all at once, in 7 minutes, even at 5 volts."
It is such a shame that Dr. Clark was not correct about this.
Proof as follows;
Do a swab on the surface of any area of the body and then swab a petri dish. Incubate for 24 hours.
Zap for 7 minutes with any zapper.
Do a swab on the surface of the area next to the original swab then swab a second petri dish. Incubate for 24 hours.
When done, you will see very many colonies of bacteria in the before zapping dish. You will also see many bacteria in the after zapping dish, but some species will be missing.
I have zapped many many jars of water using many different zappers. None of the single frequency or even dual frequency zappers was able to kill all of the microbes, especially after 7 minutes, and not even after 1 hour straight. The first zapper to achieve almost 100 percent success was the ParaZapper CC2. That was after zapping for 1 hour and then zapping 1 hour again, 24 hours later.
If your zapper can achieve this, prove it. The challenge was posted a good while back and no one has offered to show a zapper this effective.
>- In pages 13 to 14 of " The Cure For All Diseases ," Dr. Clark wrote about using multiple frequencies with disappointing results before she came to the conclusion that:
Yes, sadly, she did not apply the right frequencies or use the right timing. You can not just sweep and you can not just use any frequency.
>- "Any positively offset frequency kills all bacteria, viruses and parasites simultaneously given sufficient voltage (5 to 10 volts), duration (seven minutes), and frequency (anything from 10 Hz to 500,000 Hz)."
Again, this is not true. If it were true, then you could stop Sepsis with one 7 minute zapping. Sorry, it does not work.
There are many factors that go into making the best zapper and those mentioned above are not the entire answer.