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Will using a Clark zapper or rife machine antidote homeopathy?

Just curious is using a Hulda Clark zapper or rife machine (that uses radio frequency waves (I think) ) would antidote a homeopathic remedy?

I've searched the Internet tirelessly for this answer and no one seems to be talking about it.

Thanks in advance!
 
  aprilm on 2017-09-22
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
The frequencies from Clarke and rife has some success even in desperate cases. However this is not as trust worthy in my opinion, as the long term impact of pushing your body to resonate to an ext freq in unknown. A simple test could be to use as long as it benefits you without any other effects

To answer your question: It is more common for practitioners to use Homeopathic medicine complementing them. Hence is not likely an antidote.
 
Reva V 4 years ago
Thank you Reva for your input.
 
aprilm 4 years ago

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