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Dealing with Salmonella Infection While Pregnant
March 7, 2009

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Subject: Beck Blood Electrifier
From: Jeff D
Date: Sat, March 7, 2009
To: Ken Adachi

Mr. Adachi,

Please provide information for obtaining the item described in your article. Our neighbors daughter has been in the hospital for over a month, and is due to deliver in June, the baby given a 17% chance of survival. Original diagnosis was salmonella and currently cannot keep food down. I have provided instructions to blend raw vegetables, but I feel she could also benifit from a blood cleansing, if I fully understand the procedure and diagnosis. Please include cost, acceptable method of payment, and details on the fastest shipping method.

God Bless you.

Sincerely, Jeff

Hi Jeff,

I'll paste in info below about obtaining the Beck electrifier. You should know that Bob Beck cautioned that pregnant women and people with a pacemaker should not use an electrifier. Due to the low frequency of the signal (3.92Hz), it might interfere with the tiny electrical signal used to trigger the pacemaker's rhythm or that of a growing fetus. She needs to wait until the pregnancy is over before trying the Beck electrifier, Hoowever, there are other forms of frequency therapy which may be OK to try. There are 3 common species of Salmonella and they each have a specific range of resonant frequencies that will cause them to die off if exposed to those particular frequencies. Properly prepared Lugol's solution will also kill off Salmonella bacteria if taken as drops.

Here are some notes from Hulda Clark's book, The Cure for All Disease, which discusses the treatment of Salmonella:


The Cure for All Disease (page 297)

"The body produces hydrochloric acid (HCL) which gets pushed into the stomach from the blood! The enzyme, carbonic anhydrase, a zinc enzyme, is involved. Not many ways are known to stimulate this whole process. Drinking water before meals stimulates it in unknown ways but is hard to do for the elderly. Next best is to provide acid.

Because strong HCL would dissolve teeth it is not available as a solution to aid digestion. Ask a pharmacist to make a 1% HCL solution and use 10 drops of it in a beverage at mealtime once a day. HCL as a tablet (“Betaine HCL”) is available but doesn't have enough HCL in it.

Using a lemon or vinegar and honey beverage helps with di­gestion although this provides citric or acetic acid, not hydro­chloric. These acids are completely metabolized so they don't add to the body acid level. But the fact that it is not hydrochlo­ric means that it can't kill bacteria and parasites in the stomach [NCW288] like regular hydrochloric acid could. The stomach becomes a haven for Salmonellas and other bacteria and this is the biggest digestive plague of the elderly. Salmonellas dig deep into the stomach wall, safe from antibiotics and stomach acid and aren't washed away with the food. When they take over the region near the top of the stomach, it weakens the esophageal sphincter and food keeps coming back up a bit—a most uncomfortable development, especially after supper or when lying down.

When the Salmonellas spread out further to invade the dia­phragm around the sphincter, the diaphragm weakens, and lets a bit of the stomach up through the hole.

This causes hiatal hernia distress. Don't settle your loved one in an easy chair after supper. This presses the stomach up­ward and the food up, too. Leave them sitting at the table a while, then walk a bit, to get the food down lower. The food will sink lower if some of it can leave the stomach at the lower pyloric end. But if Salmonellas are entrenched here, too, the lower end does not have enough action to push the food through the valve. Drugs like ReglanTM are given to speed this up.

What helps most is getting digestion completed. This sets up the natural cues for emptying. Digestive enzyme tablets have been in popular use to help digestion. But they may not be safe since they have not been sterilized. Always try the vinegar and honey method first. Coughing during eating is a sign that the diaphragm is irritated (by a hiatal hernia). If drinking water starts the coughing, omit it at the beginning of meals. Work in sips during the meal.

Salmonella and Shigella

Some Salmonella infections can bring dizziness to your eld­erly person. Dizziness is another plague of the elderly, keeping them from going shopping, getting to church and even from getting around their own homes. Drugs such as AntivertTM are given but only take the edge off the problem. Feeling dizzy can make your loved one home bound and stuck to a walker for every move.

Salmonellas, along with Shigellas, produce very toxic sub­stances that cause dizziness. There are three common Salmo­nella varieties: Salmonella enteriditis, Salmonella paratyphi, and Salmonella typhimurium (386, 380, 354 KHz). Kill Salmo­nellas daily for a month by taking Lugol’s iodine (6 drops in a half cup water, after meals and bedtime, see Recipes). Unfortu­nately, this will not kill Shigellas; follow the Bowel Program (page 281) to get them.

During this time set up a system of sterilizing all dairy products (see Milk, page 217) since this is the source of rein­fection. Set up a system of rinsing fingers (and fingernails) in 10% grain alcohol in the bathroom. Deli food and restaurant salads carry Salmonellas and Shigellas, too. Kill them, rou­tinely, after eating such food due to necessity. A warm stomach full of food at a neutral pH is just the right culture condition for these bacteria. It's like putting yeast into a bowl of warm water, flour and sugar. In half an hour it is overflowing with growth.

Once Salmonella is entrenched in an organ it is difficult to eliminate. Only an electric zapper can kill them all (in an organ, not the bowel). If your body has the right conditions (like a low acid stomach) to let them grow you dare not swallow another one! Shigellas arrive with dairy foods, too, but prefer the lower intestine as their headquarters. Indigestion that starts right after eating is probably due to Salmonellas. If your indigestion comes in the night, this suggests Shigellas, since they've had time to reach their favorite place further down.

Campylobacter and E. coli, other digestive bacteria, are sometimes the culprits. The Bowel Program is effective against these also. Besides getting digestive improvement you get mental improvement, less depression, less dizziness, less irrita­bility after clearing these up. Remember that eating bacteria and killing them later will not solve the problem. Stopping eating them will."


I'm not giving you medical advice. I'm merely relaying what I would do if I had the problem. You should get The Cure for All Disease book and find about a zapper and using a frequency generator. As long as the girl is in the hospital, it will be difficult for her to use a zapper because the hospital would not allow it. So one would have to use his imagination.

Salmonella is completely curable. It's unfortunate that she's in a hospital where alternative treatments are outlawed.

Regards, Ken

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