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Using specific electrical frequencies to fight candida

Posted by
Bill on April 01, 2002 at 00:20:57:

I have a serious case of candida, mostly intestinal, possibly some in the blood also. I have been treated in the past, and successfuly kicked the problem, felt great, but it always comes back.

While researching new ways to treat this condition, I stumbled accross several web sites that promote the use of using low powered electrical frequencies which are extremely effective at killing yeast cells. I beleive the frequency is 477 hz. I would think a treatment like this would be very easy to test in a petri dish. If its true, it sure would be a breakthrough and a novel way to kill yeast. Does anyone have any input on using these electrical devices? Of course the websites mention near 100% success rate. But as we all learn the hard way, there often is no simple solutions to complex problems.

Putting this electrical issue aside, my common sense still tells me, the simplest way to kill any organism is to starve it to death. If one almost completely eliminated carbohydrates from their diets, wouldn't the yeast eventually die through starvation? Of course the small amount of carbos consumed, say 20 gms a day would be absorbed in the stomach where the yeast is not living. I understand that killing the yeast is only step one, then one must go on maintenance to prevent the proliferation of the yeast again. This is where I failed last time. Any input would be greatly appreciated.



Re: Using specific electrical frequencies to fight candida

Posted by Tsar on April 01, 2002 at 09:04:02:

In Reply to: Using specific electrical frequencies to fight candida posted by Bill on April 01, 2002 at 00:20:57:

This does remind me of Royal Rife's research, as well as zapper technology and Robert Becker's research. Walt could probably give you a definitive answer. I have had no experience with yeast infections, so I don't know why your body keeps cycling it on and off, but "R" in his (her?) explanation of germs-are-not-the-cause-of-disease, is of the opinion (if I read correctly) that your internal landscape is "causing" the yeast to appear.

Therefore the correct assessment would be why is your body creating the conditions for yeast to appear.


Tsar



Re: Using specific electrical frequencies to fight candida

Posted by Vince F on April 01, 2002 at 10:01:30:

In Reply to: Using specific electrical frequencies to fight candida posted by Bill on April 01, 2002 at 00:20:57:

hard to say wether things will work without some kind of
proof. I am on an a few DIY audio lists and one member
talked about an electronic device said to purify the blood
from viruses and infections I believe and he was going to
build it and try it. I also heard that a 12-24 volt DC
spark like you can get from a spark plug wire neutralized
snake venom from a bite when no antivenom was available. A
friend of mine tore a tendon in his arm and they treated it
with some kind of Spark therapy but they called it Sound
therapy. He said they had a small sprak plug looking device
and it felt like a shock or sting and it was non invasive.
That I saw written up in a fitness mag.

I would like to see what cayenne pepper did to yeast.

VF

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Re: Using specific electrical frequencies to fight candida

Posted by Barb on April 01, 2002 at 18:25:11:

In Reply to: Using specific electrical frequencies to fight candida posted by Bill on April 01, 2002 at 00:20:57:

Hi Bill,
My mother has one of those machines. I dont think she has used it for Candida because she always uses the diet and duflican to deal with it. Have you considered that you might have LGS and thats why it keeps coming back? I recently had a flare up with it and Dr. Stoll asked me if I was doing my SR.....I am working on LGS.....
I continually do the diet for Candida, and started back on my anti-fungals....it cleared right up....still working on LGS though......



Re: Using specific electrical frequencies to fight candida

Posted by
bglick on April 02, 2002 at 02:58:17:

In Reply to: Re: Using specific electrical frequencies to fight candida posted by Barb on April 01, 2002 at 18:25:11:

Barb... well, I have no way of knowing whether I have LGS. To be honest, I have no way of knowing if I have candida yeast problems either? Although I do respond to the treatment. Who knows, maybe the treatment is killing off other types of non yeast parasites? I guess the best we can do is guess at the answers based on our symptoms and the reaction we have to treatments. I guess I must have LGS syndrome also....

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Re: Using specific electrical frequencies to fight candida (Archive.)

Posted by Walt Stoll on April 02, 2002 at 07:51:54:

In Reply to: Re: Using specific electrical frequencies to fight candida posted by Tsar on April 01, 2002 at 09:04:02:

Right on, Tsar!

Walt



Re: Using specific electrical frequencies to fight candida (Archive.)

Posted by
bglick on April 02, 2002 at 12:45:24:

In Reply to: Re: Using specific electrical frequencies to fight candida (Archive.) posted by Walt Stoll on April 02, 2002 at 07:51:54:

Walt, I agree with Tsars point, but do you have know if any of these frequencies actually do kill yeast cells better or more effectively than other known remedies?



Killing off the yeast

Posted by Tsar on April 02, 2002 at 13:03:33:

In Reply to: Re: Using specific electrical frequencies to fight candida (Archive.) posted by bglick on April 02, 2002 at 12:45:24:

Killing off the yeast is not going to help either in the long or short term.
What will help is an assessment of one's own internal landscape and biochemistry.

Which frequency is going to kill yeast is the same thing as symptom suppression.

If the symptoms are causing no damage (and in this case are doing some good,
not the least of which is the indication that there IS a problem), then
let it be and turn your attention and awareness to the cause.

Tsar



Re: Killing off the yeast

Posted by
bglick on April 02, 2002 at 20:02:03:

In Reply to: Killing off the yeast posted by Tsar on April 02, 2002 at 13:03:33:

So what does one do.... you cut the carbs, take anit yeast products, pump in the friendly bacteria and their respective food sources, eat vegetables, low meat... then what? Is there a part of this program I am missing?



Re: Killing off the yeast - The Program IS the problem.

Posted by Tsar on April 03, 2002 at 03:13:53:

In Reply to: Re: Killing off the yeast posted by bglick on April 02, 2002 at 20:02:03:

While you are following this program, where is the place where you evalute, where you
stop to "listen" to your body, and make some intuitive choices about what you're going
to do next? Don't blindly follow some sort of checklist.

If you quiet yourself down, you will get a remarkable "feel" for what
and where you/your body is imbalanced. I know it seems too vague to be used as a diagnostic
tool but it works quite well. The next step, if you are not scared, and are open-minded is
to use the "diagnostic toll" as a "repair tool" and fix the "damage."

Walt can tell you a bit about that, but in brief, it can be summed up thusly:

You Create Your Own Reality and

Mind Over Matter/You and Your Body are One

To effect change you must become a quantum mechanic and "fix" what is broken
by feeling it already fixed. The "Isaiah Effect is your starting point for this kind of work.
I realize this might be a bit much. Come to it when you're ready.

Lightwalking,
Gregory





Re: Killing off the yeast - The Program IS the problem. (Archive in C-RS.)

Posted by Walt Stoll on April 03, 2002 at 09:26:18:

In Reply to: Re: Killing off the yeast - The Program IS the problem. posted by Tsar on April 03, 2002 at 03:13:53:

Thanks, Tsar.

So far as I am concerned, no one has yet invented a better defense than Mother Nature. Wellness is the way and all the other things are of temporary benefit.

Walt

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