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Originally posted by Beer_Guy
In Yahoo Groups, ya might want to check out "microelectricitygermkiller". I joined that one, and while I don't contribute, I find it fascinating reading.
I use a six volt lantern battery, lamp cord, and a DPDT switch(to reverse the current every 10 minutes) with excellent results. I use the stick on pads from my TENS unit with the battery.
Inventor late Dr. Keith Maxwell said , “We’ve seen success rates of 85% in the treatment of herpes 1 and 2, above 85% in cytomegalovirus and above 95% in a number of the coxsackie B viruses. We’ve tested the device on more than 300 patients with consistently positive results that have been backed up by findings of Lancet Laboratories, which tested subjects before and after treatment.”
He emphasizes that a particular strength of this treatment is that the acyclovir is conveyed straight to the cells, bypassing the bloodstream. “In the case of oral treatments, what isn’t destroyed by the gastric juices is metabolized by the liver and continues to circulate in the blood.
However, herpes, cytomegalovirus and the coxsackie viruses are not present in blood in their latent stages, so oral medication is unlikely to be effective. The tablets can also be very expensive. With Cell CURE Booster, a tube of acyclovir, which costs R90, can be used to treat approximately 20 patients. So not only is it a superior treatment – it’s also cost- effective.”
The next step will be to publish these findings in a clinical paper in a medical journal. “Once they’re generally known and accepted, the Merck manual will have to be rewritten where, next to herpes and cytomegalovirus, it says "Therapy – none".