An Obvious Choice
For most people, the decision to use a machine that costs nothing to use, as compared to becoming dependent and/or addicted to prescription drugs is truly an obvious choice. Often this is of great importance to those who are allergic or prone to bad reactions to conventional drug therapies. The most common approach is to slowly reduce the drug to nothing as the effect of the therapy takes over.
In some cases however, it is problematic because the use of the machine may stir up the blood and the immune system to such a degree that it can become difficult or impossible to get accurate indications from conventional testing. When testing is essential, precautionary measures may be taken to help reduce the confusion this can cause.
Many drug therapies actually work better, and with fewer side effects, when used with frequency therapy.
Not all drug therapies should be eliminated.
The most obvious, and the most common drugs to be eliminated by the machine are antibiotics. In most cases the machine is far superior in every way. This fact does not mean that antibiotics are of no use, and in some cases it may even be the best choice when used in conjunction with frequency therapy.
When the symptoms of a disease are prominent, profound, anomalous or morbid, it is easy for the user to tell if it is working; and as they make progress, drugs are reduced or eliminated as the problem goes away. But when the symptoms are ambiguous or undetectable by the user, the elimination of a drug therapy should be well considered, carefully studied and/or supervised if possible.
In the final analysis, it is of considerable value to have a device that can eliminate the need to use most drugs. The broader view suggests that drug prices would be reduced in an open market. Doctor and hospital loads would be reduced, insurance would become cheaper and better, children and infants would become much more resistant to infection, and the spread of all contagion would be cut by a significant percentage.
I had never heard of the Rife Machine until a friend of ours bought one to treat his prostrate cancer. I was talking to his wife about it and was telling her about my various medical problems. According to my doctors I am a medical nightmare.She explained the machine to me and urged me to come and try it. She really believed it would work for me. Well I kept putting it off. Then one of my neighbors happened on to it and bought one from JW Labs and were really sold on it. So I decided to finally try it since it was next door.
Before I tried it though I wanted to be able to tell if it would really help me. For the last 3 years, I have been on 15 different medications, which some of them I took 3 and 4 times a day, just to get through a day, and I was doing acupuncture 2 to 3 times a month. Since the age of 16 I have been diagnosed with several diseases, of which 3 can be really debilitating at times. I decided that I would have to stop the acupuncture and go off of a lot of my medications before I tried the machine. I wanted to do this so that I could judge whether the machine was truly helping without being on all that medication. I didn’t like being on all the meds and I know it wasn’t doing my body any good. I felt all the pills, while making me feel better, they were just masking the problems and not getting rid of the problem or the cause. I did discuss it with my doctor, and we decided that since summer was on its way, it would be safe to go off of the meds that I took for my circulation. With the warmer weather I usually quit them anyway. So I did. And then I started going to my neighbors for treatments.
It is now January and I have bought my own machine. I am still not doing accupuncture and I am down to only 3 pills at bedtime. I have ordered another treatment tape to help with the Fibromyalgia, the reason for the 3 pills.
I hope to get off those in time too. I have really noticed a difference in the way I feel. My Fibromyalgia and Raynaud’s (circulation) were the 2 diseases that bothered me the most, especially in the winter. This winter, so far, has been a breeze compared to other winters due to my being able to use my machine regularly. I did have one bad spell with one of my toes a couple of weeks ago, it got frostbit pretty bad. Within 2 treatments in the salt baths, with the machine, it was entirely healed. Usually it would take several weeks for them to heal with a lot of medication.
I want to thank John and Cherry for all the help they have been too. They are there whenever I have called and they have had some good advice and tips to help me. Maybe I will never be healed, but the model A machine has been a lifesaver to me. Who knows what would have happened to my system with all the medication I was on. What other problems would of developed due to them? I’m just glad that I have been able to go off of them. For no other reason the machine is worth it to me. I feel that I am in control of my life again. Not the doctors and medication controlling me. I will tell anyone who wants to listen about the machine and my experience. I am anxious to see what my doctors say when I go back for my 6month visit and blood work.
Diseases I have been diagnosed with:
- Severe Raynaud’s
- Lupus (SLE)
- Scleroderma/Acid reflux from hardening around esophagus and stomach
- Sinusistitis (have all cleared up within the first few months of treatment.)
See our Success Stories for further illustration of the benefits of using the Model A Rife machine.