What is Rife Therapy

It was developed by Dr. Royal Rife in the 1930s when he was working on the high-resolution optical microscope to look at cells, bacteria and viruses. Whilst experimenting with exposing microbes and cells to high radio frequency waves, he noticed that at a specific frequency the microbes deactivated and died.

Dr. Rife identified the actual resonance the microbes vibrate at, and through further experimentation on cancer cells, he identified additional frequencies which deactivated and killed cancer cells. It’s akin to the experiments whereby an opera singer sings at a specific frequency in order to shatter a wine glass. The singer has identified the ‘resonance’ of the glass, it becomes weak and the bonds that hold the silicon particles break apart. 

In modern day experimentation, Physician Dr. James Bare teamed up with Anthony Holland, Associate Professor in Music at Skidmore College, USA, and began identifying specific frequencies which resonate with cancer cells. They found that leukemia cells and pancreatic cancer cells were destroyed at frequencies between 100,000Hz and 300,000Hz. The number of cancer cells killed ranged between 40-60%. Although this is a clear demonstration of an in-vitro trial, other studies have shown Rife therapy to be effective in-vivo.

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How is it used to treat diseases?

Research has identified specific frequencies to help treat conditions like insomnia, to stimulate the immune system, to improve enzymatic activity, intracellular communication and modulation of gene expressions.1 When research was conducted by Barbault et al,2 he identified that patients with the same tumor type had biofeedback responses to the same frequencies, irrespective of their sex, age, or ethnic status. For example, 85% of the frequencies identified in patients with Hepatocelluar carcinoma (HCC) were only found in other patients with HCC. Similarly, 75% of the frequencies identified in patients with breast cancer were only found in similar breast cancer patients.

Examination of healthy individuals with no cancer diagnosis failed to reveal any biofeedback responses to those similar to the cancer patients. Other frequencies which can support the body are ones which are lower than 100,000Hz. These frequencies typically work to heal and / or rejuvenate the body. Particular frequencies can be identified for treating musculo-skeletal issues, sprains, strains and joint disorders, together with assisting with hormonal and allergic disorders. These frequencies are tested and personalized for each patient to determine the best frequencies to apply.

How is it applied to the body?

Rife frequencies are applied to the body in a variety of ways. TENS pads are devices which are applied to the body in order to deliver specific frequencies. The advantage of TENS pads are that they can deliver to specific areas of the body where frequencies are required. The second method is through a plasma device. This is a vacuum glass tube filled with inert gases, which deliver the frequencies at a more powerful level systemically into the body. The plasma tubes light up when frequencies are passed through them. This is the most powerful form of frequency delivery. The final way is through the remote frequencies, transmitting frequencies through one’s DNA and applying that frequency through air. This is a weaker frequency transmission, but nevertheless still applicable when patients cannot be based in the clinic.

Is it safe to use and are there any side effects?

Yes, it is very safe. Patients do not feel the frequencies going through them, except sometimes in the case of the TENS pads patients might feel a slight tingling sensation on the skin. Post-treatment patients can feel more tired and thirsty and may experience slight headaches, but these are transient symptoms and are signs that the treatment is having a positive effect on the body. It is recommended that the patient drinks plenty of water and rests for the remainder of the day. Detoxification support can be given by the practitioner/doctor administering the treatment.

References:

1. Zimmerman JW, Jiminez H et al Targeted treatment of cancer with radiofrequency electromagnetic fields amplitude-modulated at tumor specific frequencies. Chin J Cancer 2013 Nov; 32(11) 573-581.

2. Barbault A, Costa FP, Bottger B, et al. Amplitude-modulated electromagnetic fields for the treatment of cancer: discovery of tumor-specific frequencies and assessment of a novel therapeutic approach. J Exp Clin Cancer Res. 2009;28:51p