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habbalah
11 Dec 2015, 15:14
A product I found in my internet travels, the Blood Zapper (https://www.natures-energies.com/electronics/the-ultimate-blood-zapper) claims to "eliminate viruses, bacteria, and fungi" by electrifying the blood at low volumes of electricity. What do you think? Now, I've had low frequency and high volumes of electricity applied to my body without the same effect, but maybe it was just the wrong one.

thalassa
11 Dec 2015, 16:50
So... Electrical current can be (and is) used to kill at least some bacteria (sauce) (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC427729/). On the basis of how this works I find it doubtful (and can find no reliable evidence) that it can be used on blood cells without damaging them.

habbalah
11 Dec 2015, 17:09
So... Electrical current can be (and is) used to kill at least some bacteria (sauce) (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC427729/). On the basis of how this works I find it doubtful (and can find no reliable evidence) that it can be used on blood cells without damaging them.

It made me tilt my head, to be sure. Like I said, I've had a violet want used on me, and I didn't find that it made me any healthier. It's a strange idea.