What is Zapping?

In 1988 Hulda Regehr Clark PhD ND, a Canadian University Lecturer and independent scientist, perfected her research to discover that all organisms thrived by emitting an electrical charge. It took a further 6 years of research to discover and invent a machine to influence the life cycle of parasitic bacterium viruses and other micro organisms, collectively known as pathogens.

Many organisms are essential to the maintenance of a healthy life, but it is possible for humans to be a host for parasitic organisms that can consequently cause harm and premote ill health.

Hulda Clark's invention, called a Zapper, was produced to shorten the life cycle of pathogens by using specific frequencies directly related to individual organisms.

The first apparatus was rather a large machine, but now with the progress of electronics and micro science the latest Zappers are quite small yet extremely sophisticated.

What does the treatment involve?

The treatment will last for roughly an hour. The patient remains fully dressed and will lie quietly on a couch and let the Zapper do all the work. Small straps or metal rods are placed usually on the tummy, and plugged into the Zapper which will emit small electrical frequencies. These pulses are painless and generally not felt by the patient, but pass into the body causing an effect on the Pathogens inside.

After a treatment it is recommended that the patient drinks plenty of water in order to clense the system. Generally by the next day a feeling of wellbeing and renewed energy will be experienced.


Tess Rogers M.Inst AET BCMA ARCH

Tess Rogers