Zapper’s fields of use

Dr. Clark explains repeatedly in her books and interviews that fighting parasites, bacteria, viruses and avoiding pollutants of any kind may heal from illness. She developed the zapper with the aim to fight parasites, bacteria and viruses.

However, according to Dr. Clark there are some restrictions regarding the zapper's use. Some areas of the body cannot be treated with the normal methods regarding the zapper. Among these areas there are the following organs: eyes, caecum, gallstones, testicles and the inner tissues of tumors.
 
The reason why it is not possible to treat the aforementioned areas is due to the fact that the current from the zapper distributes itself  in different ways within the user’s body  and it favors the blood vessels, nerve tracts and lymphatic system as a way to apportion itself more smoothly. The current is strongly drawn to inflamed areas of the body.

These limitations have led to a further development regarding the regular zapper. It is now also common to see the additional use of plate zapping and frequency zapping being used alongside the regular zapping method. Plate zapping is generally used to treat single organs . The frequency zapping is meant to fight against specific parasites.

Zapping is an aid meant to improve the health condition. According to Dr. Clark, people should also attempt to reduce as much intake of pollutants as possible. According to her theory, the latter is the second triggering factor of all diseases.

Important

The information on these pages refer to Dr. Hulda Clark’s books and research done either in German and the international field. Using the zapper in case of health troubles does not substitute a visit to your Doctor, neither does it imply that you cease ongoing treatment. Scientific consensus does not prove the effectiveness of the zapper device thus far. Therefore please keep in mind that we cannot promise any healing effects. Öffnet internen Link im aktuellen FensterDisclaimer

 

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