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In addition to circulatory systems for blood and lymph, some researchers suggest that the human body has an additional circulatory system for electricity. Acupuncture uses metal needles inserted at key points to influence the flow of electricity along meridians. The research of Dr. Robert Becker found that many tissues in the body are semiconductors and that there is an electrical "current of injury" that must be present for healing to take place. Dr. Becker also discovered the remarkable healing effect of silver ions in the human body. Edgar Cayce recommended treatment of certain diseases with mild electrical current. TENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation) units are used to treat sports injuries and pain. Dr. Hulda Clark's Zapper uses electrical frequency to kill parasites. Dr. Bob Beck's four part protocol uses electrical current to disable viruses, bacteria, fungi, parasites and mycotoxins in the body. Dr. Lakhovsky's multi-frequency generator promotes health by stimulating all cells in the body. Dr. Lakhovsky's research was continued by Dr. Ed Skilling.

Most of these electrical devices are not expensive to purchase. Once you have them, the operating costs are minimal. The devices can be used by your entire family and your friends. Compared to the cost over time of repeated purchases of herbs, vitamins and drugs, electro-medicine is a bargain.

This is why the writings of these researchers contain many references to harassment and suppression on behalf of pharmaceutical companies. From the point of view of pharmaceutical companies, a patient cured is a patient lost. It is bad business to cure a disease. The highly successful business model of pharmaceutical companies is based on treatments, not cures, plus suppression of alternatives. Johnson & Johnson lost a $130 million dollar lawsuit when it tried to suppress TENS units as a treatment for pain. Johnson & Johnson manufactures Tylenol and earns billions of dollars annually from pain killing medicine.

As a result, researchers such as Dr. Hulda Clark and Dr. Bob Beck refused to patent their discoveries. Instead they widely published the schematics for their devices and encouraged anyone with the necessary skill to manufacture them. Once in the public domain it is very difficult for pharmaceutical companies to suppress them.

The public domain electro-medicine devices are affordable and have the intent of giving self-sufficiency to individuals who are prepared to take responsibility for their own health. If the electro-medicine devices can kill all known pathogenic bacteria, viruses, and fungi then vaccines and antibiotics become largely unnecessary. Biological warfare becomes much less fearsome. At last, here may be the cure for the common cold. Plus, these devices are easy to use by the average person. They are safe enough to be used on children.