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CEO Weekends: Innovative Gadget Shows Potential in Killing Ebola Virus In Patients

by Stella Kabura
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Ebola has affected at least 1,800 people with numbers on the rise in recent months. Doctors resorting to saving lives through treatment, have not been spared either. Nevertheless, a device invented by a Canadian born scientist is showing potential in not only killing parasites, bacteria, molds and fungi electrically, but viruses regardless of species.

The battery-operated positive offset zapper invented by Canadian born scientist Dr. Hulda Clark, has been discovered to kill viruses and bacteria in three minutes; tapeworm stages, flukes, roundworms in five; and mites in seven.

The deadly Ebola virus has become West Africa’s biggest challenge in recent history. It has not only claimed lives of more than 1,000 people, since its latest outbreak in February 2014, but has led to the World Health Organisation declare its spread an international health emergency. However, Dr. Clarks gadget that has previously been used on terminally ill cancer and even HIV/AIDS patients, has been found to have some effect on any form viral species.

In terms of how Ebola affects humans, the virus is introduced into the human population through close contact with the blood, secretions, organs or other bodily fluids of infected animals. Ebola then spreads in the community through contact through broken skin or mucous membranes with the blood, secretions, organs or other bodily fluids of infected people, and indirect contact with environments contaminated with such fluids notes the World Health Organisation.

The immediate viral illness symptoms include: the sudden onset of fever, intense weakness, muscle pain, headache and sore throat. This is followed by vomiting, diarrhoea, rash, impaired kidney and liver function, and in some cases, both internal and external bleeding. Laboratory findings include low white blood cell and platelet counts and elevated liver enzymes.

Nevertheless, using a 9 volt battery, a positive offset with frequency of about 30,000 hertz, is sufficient for Dr. Clark’s zapper to work efficiently in treating a wide range of parasitic cum viral health conditions, concur researchers. With that amount of voltage, it kills all forms of viruses, parasites and bacteria wherever the electric current reaches them in a human body including blood, bodily fluids or even in water specimens.

More so, using electromagnetic waves, the gadget has been found to have some effect on individuals with health conditions including blood or liver conditions, of which, is common with people diagnosed by Ebola. In a journal published in PubMed, the treatment with similar effects to the zapper was tested on terminally ill cancer patients. Some patients were known to have tough cancers like lung, breast and liver cancer.

“We examined a total of 163 patients with a diagnosis of cancer and identified a total of 1,524 frequencies ranging from 0.1 Hz to 114 kHz” explains the report, noting that tumor-specific frequencies was offered to 28 patients. One patient with breast cancer to the adrenal gland and bones had a complete response lasting 11 months. One patient with breast cancer that spread to liver and bones had a partial response lasting for at least a year. It also stabilized other cancer conditions for at least four months. Thus, the researchers concluded that treatment with tumor-specific frequencies is feasible, well tolerated and may have biological efficacy in patients with advanced cancer.

When it comes to the zapper’s effect on viral conditions, Dr. Hulda Clark researchers have found some benefits of which, have been subject to controversy. A ParaZapper™ model was tested at a US university. The study found that at least 25 men with HIV infection that used the zapper with signs of a cold or flu, had almost immediate response within 24 hours. Symptoms seemed to stop and cold/flu symptoms reduced.

And in a simple experiment in which microbes were placed in a jar, the zapper seemed to show some effects within one hour, two days in a row. Two jars were used. The jar which was apparently “zapped” did not have cloudiness of which indicated that the microbes were killed. However, the jar which was not “zapped”, showed some cloudiness indicating that the microbes were alive.

And for further research, the living organisms were observed under a microscope as the zapper’s electrical current was passed through in this video. 

“If it can do this with water, why could it not do the same with other water based systems such as the human body?”  posed a researcher carrying out the simple research poses the rhetoric question.

However, despite the zapper’s amazing possibilities, the electric current has been found to not pass uniformly through the body. For instance, it does not reach the eyes, the appendix, the testes, the inner ear bones but has been found to travel along the stomach or intestinal wall, but not through its content, note researchers. More so, it does not reach into the gallstones in the liver or into the living cells.

But with regular zapping, the current passes mainly through our bodily fluids, such as lymphatic and vascular system, while a small fraction reaches each organ and tissue of our body, Dr. Clark’s researchers say, adding that blood and lymph are the most important locations to zap.

In all, despite the gadget not being widely tested on Ebola patients yet showing 61 per cent improvement in patients with viral infections, perhaps, in future, this futuristic health gadget would help defeat the new scourge currently spreading in West Africa and other states.

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