anyone have any expereince with Dr. Hulda Clark and zappers?
I'm considering trying a Dr. Hulda Clark zapper to help with my chronic fatigue. Anyone have any experience using zappers that emit a low current and frequency and are supposed to kill parasites etc?
- lo_mcgLv 78 years agoFavorite Answer
As JLI and Rhianna have pointed out, that wicked old fraud Hulda Clark died of cancer 3 years ago - after making a fortune with her claims of being able to cure all cancers.
She wasn't a medical doctor, she was a zoologist. She claimed that cancer is caused by parasites and that she could cure it with her zapper.
Her MO was to diagnose a condition herself, then claim to have cured it - so patients would believe themselves to be cured of a cancer they never had in the first place.
She was run out of the US after she falsely diagnosed a Department of Health undercover agent with AIDS, telling her 'I can teat you here. It's a one minute test and it's all electronic'. She then told the agent she was 'full of the virus. And we will cure it in three minutes'.
You can see how a desperate, gullible or vulnerable person could believe this crap.
Take a look at this link. Included in this thorough debunking of Clark is the story of a couple who spent more than $30,000 in a desperate attempt to cure their child after Clark promised to "determine the true cause of the disease" and "clear this up completely'':
I thought the woman had killed her last patient, but there are still people willing to exploit the desperate and vulnerable by peddling her useless zapper.
She couldn't cure herself; on all the evidence, do you think her methods are going to cure you?
- Anonymous8 years ago
my wife and her mom used zappers for pimples and bumps and they said it seemed to work for them .
for chronic fatigue syndrome i don't know if the zapper would help that.
i do know the best thing to do for that though is to clean up your diet and start eating good foods. many people think they are eating healthy when they aren't.
- JLILv 78 years ago
Hulda Clark's own experience is more than convincing proof that it doesn't work as advertised: http://scienceblogs.com/insolence/2009/10/27/requi...
- Anonymous4 years ago
If your doctor says you don't have parasites, you probably don't have parasites. There are lots of causes for fatigue - poor diet, not enough quality sleep, not enough exercise, too much caffeine, etc etc
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- Anonymous8 years ago
lol. That old chestnut.
You do realize this woman died of the very disease she claimed to be able to treat 100% of the time?
It's a scam.Source(s): http://www.skepdic.com/huldaclark.html