Why do I feel worse?

Instruction book page 8
7. 1. What is Herxheimer reaction?

When you begin the electrotherapy– treatments, many parasites and pathogens are killed. This can overwhelm your immune system and lead to nausea, fatigue and dizziness. This is called the ‘Herxheimer effect’, or Parasite-Die-Off-Syndrome’, an immune system response to toxins in the blood and tissues. This brief overloading of the liver and other eliminating organs worsen your symptoms at first. This can be a for a few hours, but can also last up to 2-3 days before you begin to feel much better. It is important to know that the worsening of symptoms does not mean the treatment has failed; in fact, it is exactly the opposite, namely the evidence for a very strong and effective detoxification.

7.2. What to do when a Herxheimer reaction occurs? The most important thing is to accept this physical reaction, as a confirming result of the treatment. If it is very severe, then reduce the time of treatment, drink lots of water (at least 4 L per day) and rest (no exercise!), eat lightly to not burden your digestive system additionally, add freshly squeezed lemon juice to your drinking water and make sure that your digestion system is working properly (using Epsom salt or natural laxatives may be recommended). Take a rest from the Electro Therapy sessions for a few days until you recover.

A quick scan of Petes emails shows he always recommends using this product with the Rife for IBS.  He recommends this in every email related to IBS,.

“For IBS, You must also combine a Rife treatment with ‘Stabilized Liquid Oxygen’ to oxygenate the stomach (and body) with a liquid oxygen supplement and to reduce herxheimer affect.  You can buy this online or at your natural health shops.
I would recommend 30 drops in water 3 times a day as a minimum treatment prescription.”






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