Well, once again, you are pitting standard zappers against the blood electrifier which is a no-brainer when it comes to strength.
That is why we named our product ParaZapper. To keep it from being confused with other zappers. We have several models that have much more power than the standard zappers that SOTA and others used sell / still sell.
BTW, the reason that I mentioned SOTA is absolutely valid. This was what MH used to sell.
We have customers with Rife machines who prefer ParaZapper. We also have customers with Beck Blood Electrifiers that say they prefer ParaZapper.
The problem is that you take a wide variety of machines of which you may have experienced a couple of and put them together in the same basket although you have not experienced them all.
If you sit and talk about something that you do not have experience with, then you do not know what you are talking about. An example of this is that you say zappers are useless in certain areas of the body. There are zappers that are quite effective anywhere in the body, you just have not had the experience to learn this.
This is your loss, but you should not be dissing something that you have not tried.
You are entitled to your opinion but until you have tried every zapper on the market today, do not consider yourself to be an expert, but uninformed.
I have tried a number of older zapper models and I can see where zapping got its less than perfect reputation from. I have also tried newer models from other competitors and they are better than the original Clark zappers.
Probably, the best machine out there is the QXCI but who can afford $18,000. I have tried it and it is incredible. Next to that, I would take ParaZapper MX2 over anything out there today. It is not available for public distribution at this time.
Otherwise, I appreciate your nutritional approach to health. It has significant value, but is not perfect either.