Rife Frequency Generator | Staph Infection In Joint of Filly

Rife Frequency Generator | Staph Infection In Joint of Filly

How To Treat Joint Infection With Rife Frequency Generator | Experimental Use Only Now you can see why the filly got hurt in the first place. Hehe. She got hurt during a rain storm in her fetlock (rear ankle). The filly was very lame, and after giving her penicillin, and doing an ichthammol draw, the swelling and lameness was getting only slightly better. The wound was very small, but her fetlock joint was warm and swollen. After a few days of minimal improvement, we took the filly to the vet for an Xray, and possible joint infection. The vet flushed the joint, and took a culture; it was determined there were no chips, or major damage other than a very serious potential infection. The culture came back positive for Staphylococcus aureus bacteria, which can become resistant to antibiotic therapy. The veterinarian prescribed Excede® antibiotic for the joint infection, and released the filly. She was due to take another round of Excede® four days later. However, after being released from the clinic, the filly got worse each day for four days. On the forth day, when she was really sick and lame, I pulled out the Rife machine. Hello, why didn’t I think of that earlier? Just months prior, I had treated my border collie for either Lyme disease, or Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, one of the two, but that’s for another post. The filly improved immediately after using the Rife machine! Rife Treatment Time And Frequencies The filly was confined to a small area between two gates where I was able to apply the rife machine pads to her...

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