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Re: Yes! Zappers do work
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Published: 4 years ago
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Re: Yes! Zappers do work

>- If this true, this is very good, but here all i see are words.

Oh, well, here is a link to pictures that I have previously posted several times. Look very closely and critically at both jars. It is not just the green that is missing from the zapped jar.

>- Using the word "parasites" to describe protozoas and bacterias is confusing and deceptive.

No, it is not. It is the uninformed who think of worms as being the only parasites. Look up the definition, not the common interpretation.

>- made by people who probably didn't knew with which kinds of harmful organisms they were infected with

So, you are complaining that they were people like you who reported issues and levels of success?

>- you like confusion and vagueness

No, it is that I first, can not claim all because I have not tried ALL. It is because I can not claim specific because I have not met the scientific requirements of identifying and classifying any specific organism to be absent or present. I do not like either confusion or vagueness, it is that I can only offer you a certain level of specificity that can be achieved when using a jar of pond water or a batch of infusoria.

If you want me to claim that, for instance, Staph. aureus was present, I would venture to say that it is highly likely but I can not claim that because it was not established by scientific methods.

>- if there are some objective proofs that it kill harmful parasitic worms

Sorry to say this because I know that it is important to you and others as well. I do not have funding to pursue that avenue although I a working with one licensed professional who is targeting one specific type of helminth that is not normally considered to be a problem for humans. While that is probably 2 to 5 years down the road, I will let you know when something transpires.

In the mean time, I think that Lyme, HEP-C, HEP-B, HPV, MRSA, ARCD (C. Difficle ), TB, and a number of microbial diseases are of more pressing concern.

Perhaps, I might have been more aggressive in the pursuit of helminths if I had not already had what I felt to be a satisfactory level of success. They were a torment to me for many years and nothing seemed to work very well.

What bothers me is that the same solution might be helpful to you but it will not be known unless you try. It also might not work, which is why I have always offered a very fair and reasonable money back guarantee.


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