In response to yours, since QXCI a few years ago, I've tried many more therapies, including NutriEnergetics, various "magnetic clays", Sota's magpulser, etc. Various clays such as LL's, terramin, mountain rose didn't hold a candle to the ON-SITE Dead Sea mud pool that I'd tried once in the past. As far as I'm concerned, only the latter is the real thing.
As for fluoresence, interestingly, NutriEnergetics recommended the following remedies ONLY ON THE ONE SCAN WHICH TOOK PLACE directly after I was exposed to alot of LCDs in a computer store:
The above remedies were NOT recommended during my other 2 NES scans, which validates what I always suspected: That computer monitor fluoresence (perhaps similar to high power magnetic pulsing?) stirs up internal nanobacteria, parasites & metals. The fluresent frequencies may cause nanobacteria to burrow into my bones, creating ever more calcified shells in self-defense. Note that 3 diagnostics (ear cyst, mammogram & pelvic CT scan all indicated calcifications - pointing to nanobacteria as culprit). Upon exposure to LCD, **only** my cysted ear would heat up, as well as my grossly-calcified breasts.
As an aside, I had discontinued NES due to the fact that the remedies were ethanol based, and furthermore, there was poor communication between the top of the hierarchy and patients. also, despite all the physics-based jargon, they totally disregarded chemical sensitive people. For example, when someone had posted that she was getting inflamed eyes, the NES people attributed it to "herxheimer" instead of realizing the most obvious explanation of ethanol as causing the reaction. I knew better because, similar to that woman, I would **also** get gritty/irritated eyes from NES - which is exactly what alcohol/ethanol causes me, as a chemical sensitive person. So much for physics professors...
I'm currently in midst of expensive Detoxamin (1 1/2 cannisters to date) - and soon may try high power magnetic pulsing as well as Salt/C protocol in conjunction with the remaining 1 1/2 cans of Detoxamin. My hunch is that the Salt/C protocol resembles the more expensive Nanobac's regimen insofar as EDTA being an acid-salt. In fact, the original anti-aging researchers in the 1970s had produced longevity in rotifers by immersing them in Sodium-Citrate solution. I'm afraid, though, that I get the wrong sort of Herx reactions from acid-salts. For example, when I eat Turkey Hill sherbert containing sodium-citrate, I get headaches & sore throat. Are headaches & sore throat as healthy a herx reaction as, say, diarrhea?