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Nanobacteria Frequencies – always use when doing chelation

Research on nanobacteria has evolved over the last decade. After developing complex frequency sequences for hundreds of biofilms, a number of them are nanobacteria that increase diastolic blood pressure and are directly related to heart disease.

For the first time in over a decade I am publishing frequencies for dozens of the most common nanobacteria strains. Those with the capability of determining what frequencies are needed will find that elevated diastolic blood pressure is associated with these strains. Frequencies are available to subscribers or can be purchased individually. Click here for nanobacteria frequencies …

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Are Nanobacteria Making Us Ill?

Amit Asaravala  03.14.05 Wired 

Olavi Kajander didn’t mean to discover the mysterious particles that have been called the most primitive organisms on Earth and that could be responsible for a series of painful and sometimes fatal illnesses.
He was simply trying to find out why certain cultures of mammalian cells in his lab would die no matter how carefully he prepared them.
So the Finnish biochemist and his colleagues slipped some of their old cultures under an electron microscope one day in 1988 and took a closer look. That’s when they saw the particles. Like bacteria but an astonishing 100 times smaller, they seemed to be thriving inside the dying cells.
Believing them to be a possible new form of life, Kajander named the particles “nanobacteria,” published a paper outlining his findings and spurred one of the biggest controversies in modern microbiology.
At the heart of the debate is the question of whether nanobacteria could actually be a new form of life. To this day, critics argue that a particle just 20 to 200 nanometers in diameter can’t possibly harbor the components necessary to sustain life. The particles are also incredibly resistant to heat and other methods that would normally kill bacteria, which makes some scientists wonder if they might be an unusual form of crystal rather than organisms…

Work at Frequency Foundation has found nanobacteria directly associated with the following:

1. Elevated diastolic blood pressure.
2. Need for excessive sleep. A teenager needed 17 hours of sleep a day returned to normal within one day after applying nanobacteria frequencies.
3. Arthritis – nanobacteria is always associated with the aches and pains in joints, and probably with the deformation associated with neglecting this condition.
4. Artherosclerosis – always check the heart area with the MacArthur BioDisk
5. Immune dysfunction
6. Peanut and other allergies – a researcher in the U.K. had dark field blood microscopy that clearly showed nanobacteria in the blood. She had a life threatening peanut allergy. When the nanobacteria was removed the peanut allergy was almost completely eliminated. She needed no medication after eating peanuts. (Do not try this at home!)
7. Herxheimer effects from chelation therapy – chelation eliminates calcium from the system and releases nanobacteria. Frequencies should always be used in conjunction with chelation therapy.

New supplements for oral chelation using nanotechnology provide results equivalent to IV chelation and Nanobac is particularly effective at eliminating nanobacteria when running frequencies.

Watch Out for Those Blood Pressure Medications

People with mild high blood pressure prescribed drugs they don’t need

Around half of people with high blood pressure (hypertension) are being given drugs they don’t need, and which won’t reduce the risk of heart disease or even death.
Their hypertension is mild, and it doesn’t need to be managed by antihypertensive drugs, say experts.  It’s never been proven the drugs reduce the risk of heart disease or death, and yet they cost health services around the world enormous sums.  In the US, prescribing the drugs for mild cases costs around $32bn a year, which represents a third of the nation’s total expenditure on public health.
The drugs also increase the risk of adverse events, such as falls, and stop people from adopting healthier lifestyles, such as better diet, exercise and weight loss, all of which can help reduce blood pressure.
Around 40 per cent of adults have hypertension, and half of these have a mild form of the condition, which doesn’t need drug therapy.
The researchers believe antihypertensives for mild hypertension is another example of ‘over-medicalization’, and they urge doctors to be more honest with patients, and explain the limitation of the drugs.
(Source: British Medical Journal, 2014; 349: g5432)
High blood pressure in many cases is caused by biofilm infections, often from lyme disease (systolic pressure) and nanobacteria (diastolic). When this is the case the right frequencies available to subscribers knock it down immediately to typically 110/70. 
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