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Re: zappers, effective...


>- Hulda Clark says

Didn't she also say that you only had to zap for 1 day and you were cured? Thought that I read that too.

>- The chip fully drives a 1k resister ...

Drives it to what level? how much gets to the body after the 1k?

>- Hulda Clark has never to my knowlage said that a digital chip was not effective.

I might be wrong, but I remember reading that more than once.

>- By advanced, I ment efficiant and easy to use ...

By todays standards, the right word may be primitive as things used to be easier to use.

>- This zapper it about as small as half a tootsie roll, uses less battery (batteries last up to six months), is durable,

Yes, I have one. If a battery lasts more than 2 months, you are probably wasting your time. Additionally, If you can not afford anymore than 9 cents a month for batteries, you should stay with that zapper.

>- Let's focus on getting well, okey!

Great Idea. Just a couple of points here though, rhetorically. How old are you and how debilitating is your illness? How cured are you?

My entire effort have been toward finding improvements in zapper effectiveness and I have really become discouraged now that I have learned that this $10 zapper can do everything that our top of the line $300.00 zapper can do. Oh, well, I still have not seen anything amazing from the $10.00 zapper.
 

 
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