Manufacturing of the Rife technology

The Rife Digital was developed for America, from a product designed in Germany and used in Germany for a number of years with great success.  The machine was based on the electronics of Dr Rife’s original Rife Machine, and the object of the developer was to keep the costs of production to a minimum, in order that the Rife Machine product could reach people who could not spend thousands of dollars on Rife Technology.

The Rife Digital machine manufacturer did not compromise on the quality of the electronics used.  All of which are sourced through Digikey; the most renown supplier of quality electronic equipment in USA.  All components are made by well know US companies such as “Microchip Technologies (US):, and Texas Instruments (US).

Likewise a team of Rife Machine medical staff in Germany have developed the ETDFL list since 2006: (Electro Therapy Device Frequency List” by combining the use of Quantum SCIO Bioresonance equipment and Rife Machines, to come up with the frequencies which are published in the ETDFL book released around June/July every year.  This is a huge and time absorbing task for the ETDFL team, and is supplied as public domain in Europe.  ETDFL is the list we use for Rife Digital, as the older 2006 CAFL list was found to be repetitive and used frequencies which did not apply or had few results.  CAFL stopped producing lists in 2006, probably for this very reason:  ETDFL-2011 uses CAFL-2006 frequencies where applicable.



Posted on March 7, 2012, in FAQs, Manufaturing and Shipping, Questions - Answers - Misc., Rife Digital. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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