The Zapper |
The Zapper
What's it for?

    If you've been doing any of your own research on Dr. Hulda Clark, there's a 100% chance you've heard about the zapper.

    So... what is it?

    Short answer: Dr. Clark's most well-known invention! From its simple prototype, it's spawned countless devices of varying complexity.

    How do They Work?

    The idea behind the zapper is to kill parasites, bacteria, viruses, molds, and fungi with an electrical current. Viruses and bacteria die-off in three minutes; tapeworm stages, flukes, roundworms in five minutes, and mites in seven. A battery-operated zapper (usually a 9-volt) with a very low voltage from 5 to 10 volts is enough.

    With regular zapping, the current passes through our lymphatic and vascular system. Plus, a small fraction reaches every organ and tissue of our body. Pound for pound, blood and lymph are the most important locations to zap.

    Is it Safe?

    Yes, it is! It may seem strange at first but just think about the widely-used and FDA-approved T.E.N.S machine. Its purpose is different, but its application is the same.

    One last thing: In your research, you may come across other devices like the silver pulser or the magnetic pulser. These devices aren't the same as the zapper.

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    For a detailed description of the differences, check out this oldie-but-goodie article by our founder, Dennis Harwood: Do you know the Differences between a Magnetic Pulser, a Zapper, and a Beck Silver Pulser?

    How Can I Try Zapping?

    We've got several zappers available at all price ranges! Looking to try zapping for the very first time and don't want a big price tag? Try the Basic Zapper. Are you a practitioner who wants to program custom frequencies? Try the VariGamma. Are you somewhere between? We've got you covered.