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I found the following explanation on a website which markets the electronic machines mentioned in the video linked in the first post.
These are also called “Zappers” and “Rife Machines.”
“Rife or Zap machine technology is designed to kill all bacteria types. However, the so called good bacteria in the gut are generally in such high density that the good bacteria near the surface of the gut apparently absorb so much of their lethal incoming ultrasound frequency that that frequency component is so lowered in intensity as it travels into the gut, that the good bacteria further into the gut are effectively shielded from their lethal frequency and survive the standard scanning cycle. So only the outer layer of good bacteria are killed during any one scan.”
My response to the above explanation is; during a Candida infestation the beneficial bacteria are hugely outnumbered by the Candida which also reside mainly in the gut; otherwise, there would be no infestation apparent. If the above is true for the beneficial bacteria, then it stands to reason that we can logically assume the same is true about the Candida albicans in the gut. This means that, according to the explanation above, “only the outer layer of” Candida cells are killed during any one scan and the rest are left to multiply again before the next scan. Sounds like a never-ending cycle to me; you could say the same about using antifungals alone without the diet or protocol.