Rife Machine Questions

kind2creatures

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Would a Rife machine be more beneficial for muscle adhesions than light therapy or electrical stimulators? If so, can you tell me why and what is the approximate price of Rife machine, thanks.
 

D Bergy

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I have not heard of anyone that has used Rife frequency treatments for muscle adhesions. I do see there are frequencies for this, but have no clue if they work.

I have heard of the Wurn technique for releasing adhesions, but it seems like it may be specific to surgical/intestinal adhesions.

Take a look and see if it fits your situation.

http://www.clearpassage.com/pain/misc/radiation.php

Dan
 
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kind2creatures

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I have heard of the Wurn technique for releasing adhesions, but it seems like it may be specific to surgical/intestinal adhesions.

Take a look and see if it fits your situation.

http://www.clearpassage.com/pain/misc/radiation.php

Dan
Thanks Dan, but I don't think that's what we need. My husband has some old muscle injuries/adhesions that were left to basically knot-up in unfavorable positions, mainly in his upper leg/thigh area.

He's had pretty good results with his electrical stim, light machine, heat and rolfing-type rolling with something like a rolling pin. When one breaks loose or moves, then the pain goes to the lower leg or back for awhile. This has been a long and ongoing process for him, and I just wondered if there's anything that's not too expensive that may help, of course he'd have to agree to try it.

I've been giving him MSM, magnesium and massage with magnesium oil and epsom salt baths which help.
 

BigAl

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K2C, I have a Rife machine and in looking at its index there is a listing for Adhesions (SCAR TISSUE) but I have never used it so I cannot pass judgement. And there are no listings under muscle treatment for adhesions. It is called a Detox Box and cost $18,000.
I had and do have muscle tightening with real balled up muscles in my neck for which the Detox Box helped somewhat. But the thing I got really amazed with is a Zapper Plus. It was fairly cheap and uses a nine volt battery. I think it was created by Hulda Clark. I bought it back at the time Noah landed his Ark. The thing that is different about a Zapper is that the negative waves of the output are eliminated so that the output voltage reads only from zero to positive. Today a Hulda Clark unit sells for $165.00 and for $145.00.
Let me tell you something very strange that happens when i use the unit on my tight neck muscles. After applying it for about 30 minutes there is a very noticeable odor of ammonia in a piece of wet foam which I place next to my skin beneath the positive electrode and which I cannot understand.
 

kind2creatures

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Time out! $1,800.00 and not $18,000.00.
Thanks for the advice BigAl. LOL, $18,000 is waaaay out there. :D Even $1800 is very steep! Will look into the Zapper Plus. Interesting about the ammonia smell. :?
 

Arrowwind09

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Oct 16, 2007
I would suggest that what ever device you use add serrapeptase to your protocol
 


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