Lyme & the Zapper – how much to zap?

April 18, 2011

Using the Zapper on Lyme Disease

I just bought the Zapper for my son-in-law. He was diagnosed with lymes last September, but we believe he has had the disease for at least three years. He has been on two courses of oral antibiotics back-to-back and then IV treatment for the month of February. No improvement. I had him start the meso-silver about 2 1/2 weeks ago. 1/4 cup 4x per day. He is noticing some improvement. I received the Zapper last week and was wondering what the best “dosage” or “amount of time” would be for him to use the Zapper. Any help you could provide would be appreciated. Thanks.
–E.K.

Dear E.,

Although we don’t diagnose or treat anything, others have found these general guidelines helpful:

  • Use the zapper as much as convenient, while listening to your body for signs of detox at the start.
  • You really cannot overdose on either the zapper or the SuperZappicator.
  • Experiment with at least one yellow 60-minute cycle per day using the wristbands, and two 30-minute flashing green cycles with the SuperZappicator on areas of pain.

We’ve had many reports of the Herxheimer reaction when cleaning up lyme, so listening to your body is vital.

Arthur, www.ZapperExperts.com

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bill bugg July 23, 2011 at 4:04 am

Author: I just received your Zapper 5 and I need some guidance.

Give me an idea how many 5 min zaps do I need to do before we can give ourselves
a full body detox…..

Should we use the 7 min on 20 min off three times for three days and detox our bodies…I’m talking about detox the kidneys, Liver and colon….

Thanking you in advance for your service.

Bill

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bill bugg July 23, 2011 at 4:05 am

Author: I just received your Zapper 5 and I need some guidance.

Give me an idea how many 5 min zaps do I need to do before we can give ourselves
a full body detox…..

Should we use the 7 min on 20 min off three times for three days and detox our bodies…I’m talking about detox the kidneys, Liver and colon….

Thanking you in advance for your service.

Bill

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Karen September 20, 2011 at 4:51 am

Dear E,
I have had Lyme for many years. If your son-in-law is not responding well to the silver it could be for one of several reasons. First of all, he could just be having a big continuous herx reaction. That will really make you feel sick. I’ve found that sweating a lot helps detox out some of the toxins. I use a hot tub. Some people use saunas. If
your son-in-law is VERY ill, someone should supervise him in a hot tub or sauna. So eating well (no sugar or chemicals) and sweating might help. Also, sometimes it’s worthwhile to drop back a bit on dosages and take a more pulsed approach if the ill feeling is from herxing. Therefore, one could try taking the normal silver dose one day and then stop taking it. See if he starts to feel better. If so, you know it’s likely a herx. So, you could lower the dosage to a more manageable level. Or, he could wait a few days and upon feeling better “hit” it again with another dose. Another factor about Lyme is that the spirochete orangism will shift to a cyst form. Upon doing this the cyst actually hijacks the macrophage immune cells. Once the Lyme has shifted, not only is the patient immune compromised, but medications such as silver do not reach the organism. When this happens to me I take a day or two of metronidazol (RX) under the guidance of my physician. The cysts don’t like this too much. A herx will occur and it’s time to get back on the silver. I suspect that salt and vitamin C also does a number on the cyst form. I’m experimenting with dilemonene (orange peel extract) and botanical oil blend for the “cyst busting”. So far, my immune tests suggest that I’m getting results with this, but this test is still underway. I’m ordering more products today to try this for the third time see if I can confirm a pattern. I’m not sure if zapping gets to the cysts since they are shielded in the macrophages. I just started using zappers and am still evaluating this. I hope this helps. Good luck and stay with it! People with chronic Lyme DO get better. As my doctor says, the process is just LONG. Keep the faith!

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