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Post  blue88 on Fri Feb 19, 2016 3:16 am

I bought a standard orgone zapper from Organise Africa. I've been using it for close to two weeks.

I strap it underneath my right foot while I sleep at night. The after first using it and for the next week, my hair seemed really strong and pliable. Since Tuesday of this week, though, my hair seems thin again. Not sure what's caused the dramatic change. My diet and all other supplements have remained the same as the first week. Does anybody have any idea what could be happening?

In addition to lots of other supplements (iodine, EC, etc.), for heavy metal chelation I take two IB77 upon rising and two IB77 and 1,000mg of Vitamin C before bed.

Has anyone had any success hair-wise with zappers? If so, did you notice the great change in hair straight away only for it to diminish? I'm hoping it's just a blip. I must say that my sleep and skin have improved tremendously since using my zapper. Scalp inflammation has also reduced too.

Any thoughts and stories are most welcome. Thanks.

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Post  long hair on Sat Feb 20, 2016 12:25 am

am using Bob Beck blood electrifier it help me a lot with sleep and general health ..i notice after 10 min of use my body/scalp temperature cool down to normal .i don't have a fever but i feel my scalp a little warmer than usual.
my hair is growing due to relaxing /massaging my scalp ,so i can't say if blood electrifier help my hair or not .
is your manual recommend you to use it all night? because some one report he kept it work all the night and it make a little hole in his arm , may he is sensitive for that ..just say Rolling Eyes ...i use my BE no more than 2 hour a day just as Bob Beck say.
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Post  blue88 on Sat Feb 20, 2016 12:33 am

I have looked at Pancake, Ubraj and 4039's various posts on negative ions via grounding, zapping, rife, etc., and concluded that eight hours on the sole of the right foot is the best protocol to follow.

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Post  long hair on Sat Feb 20, 2016 1:16 am

that's good Very Happy
yes negative ions , vitamin C and white cells are uses electrons to kill viruses and bacteria .
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Post  cdto2012 on Sat Feb 20, 2016 7:35 am

Hi I am a general supporter of electro treatments.  I wrote long ago that if I got a chance to buy a electro massager / TENS unit I would.  Well I have, along with the parts to build a  Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation device.  I had considered using them for my scalp/ hair, until I learned more.  
 Basically the negative electrode can deplete the body energy, and incorrect placement on the head can cause problems.   Currents in the body can disrupt many things if not used properly.  Everything from the bones being electrically sensitive, healing and cell regeneration, and most all of the water based body is effected by the currents or pulses.

http://www.tdcstim.com/2014/07/14/the-beginning/

   With that all said, I have run a Rife plasma ray machine for years and seen it be valuable for treatments. I think the zapper is a scaled down version of this. I will still use my new electronics to learn with. I would use electronic devices  like antibiotics .   Let them clean up, then take some time off of them. Very strange things can happen with currents running through a water based electro sensitive  body, including strange crystallization of minerals,  electrolysis,  membrane breaches,  cheleations, DNA malformations and neural disturbances.    It can be like living under a huge powerline.  

As for thick or thin hair, maybe humidity change ?  It can really effect thickness and curlyness.

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