What Is Rife?
Often cancer treatments are invasive and destructive. Surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation can all bring severe and lasting side effects. But many patients have found a non-invasive, gentle, and effective way to treat their cancer.
Rife therapy uses bio-frequency to attack cancer and other diseases. The skin is never broken and healthy cells are never compromised.
How It Works
Each cancer has its own electromagnetic frequency. With Rife therapy, that frequency is located and then an impulse on the same level is generated to kill the cancerous cells.
During treatment, patients place electrical pads on either their feet or hands. These pads, which produce electrical impulses, are attached to a Rife machine and emit low-energy waves. Patients connect for short spurts (often only a few minutes a day) several times a week. A doctor should develop and oversee this treatment plan to determine length and frequency of treatment.
Because Rife therapy is non-toxic and non-invasive, it offers patients unique benefits. These include:
- Minimal side effects
- Drug-free treatment
- Fewer instances of viral infections — this is especially important for the cancer patient’s compromised immune system
- Synergistic use — because it is drug-free, it can be applied in conjunction with other treatments without risking harmful interactions
Rife therapy offers targeted, low-impact cancer treatment. It zeroes in on cancer cells without damaging any surrounding tissue, and it is significantly less intense than the ultrasound used for fetal exams. This rare combination of gentleness and effectiveness makes it a powerful choice for cancer patients.
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