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Is Electricity The Cure For MRSA?

MRSA Zapper

Last year my cousin, Little Roland, went in for a simple hernia operation that was considered routine surgery. However during his stay in the hospital he acquired a post operative MRSA Staph infection. He had a hard time with it because even though the hospital gave him some extreme drug to fight the MRSA, it would not go away. It had been quite a while before I heard about it. Folks here in New England don’t like to mention their ailments, or bother anyone with our malady, so it was a couple weeks until the infection had gotten bad enough for Roland to miss work and we all found out about it through the grape vine.

As soon as I heard my cuz was struggling with MRSA, I visited his home and brought him my Hulda Clark Parasite Zapper. He used it as he lay on the couch watching Storage Wars on TV. Between whatever meds the hospital had given him and the zapper, he got well before the week was up. Everyone was glad it was over.

A bit later I saw the documentary called Dr. Clark’s Legacy and learned of a Canadian medical specialist using electricity from a frequency generator to cure MRSA without any help from medication. She cured a patient using electricity whose hands were to be amputated because the MRSA infection had turned to gangrene. (The video is hard to watch, the patient’s hands are very infected, but time lapse photos show she gets well.) They consider the work a miraculous breakthrough that should be studied further. I agree. Even better, anyone can build or buy a zapper right now and use it any time they wish. No need to wait for any 10 year double blind studies. You can get a zapper and zap now.

Zapping is cost effective, available globally, and does not expire on a shelf like medicines or herbs. Heat or cold does not affect it, and there are no known constraints or interactions with drugs to limit its use. The only warning is that no one wearing an electronic pace maker or a mom who is pregnant should use a zapper. Other than that anyone can and probably should zap. The world is a big scary place of new and improved germs and disease. Having a zapper gives me peace of mind.

“Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) is a cause of staph infection that is difficult to treat because of resistance to some antibiotics. Staph infections—including those caused by MRSA—can spread in hospitals, other healthcare facilities, and in the community where you live, work, and go to school.” https://www.cdc.gov/mrsa/

“One of the most miraculous results we had, was actually the MRSA bacteria which will not react to any antibiotics. So with electricity I had a lady whose hands were supposed to be amputated because she had developed gangrene. By putting her on the frequency generator several times it totally healed up and saved her hands and probably her life.”
Üte Corobani, Kinesiologist in Canada. VIDEO: https://youtu.be/pOKxRQyTqQ8?t=2136

I just did a Google search for hernia operation MRSA and interestingly enough found this post about another successful experience with the Hulda Clark Zapper:
https://www.cancertutor.com/discussions/running-out-options/#post-86961

Here’s a brand new $100,000 robot that zaps MRSA in hospital rooms with UV light:
https://www.burlingtonfreepress.com/story/news/local/2014/12/05/hospital-deploys-germ-zapping-robots-cut-infections/19910149/

For tons more Zapper information and videos visit the Hulda Clark Media Page.

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