Thursday, May 24, 2012

Rife Frequency treatment for Lymphedema

I've been using a lymph program on the rife machine that takes 10 minutes. It has the effect of reducing the swelling in my arm by about 25%, and softens the swollen tissues which have a tendency to become hard. (hardening is a bad development) It also increased the range of motion in that arm by about 70% (which is nice because it was getting difficult to braid my hair or floss) and reduced my pain and discomfort by at least 50%. The effect was noticeable the first day I ran the program. I feel very encouraged by the result.

I worry about infection in that arm because that event would force me to go to the hospital which is a place I don't want to be anywhere near. I've managed that aspect to date by careful observation and immediate action when signs of potential problems appear. Immediate action includes simple things like resting and elevating my arm, drinking more water, potassium soup, and green drinks. I also use the DPL light therapy daily which is supposed to break down the protein in the lymph, thinning it and therefore allowing the fluid better natural movement. (I think I have that right) It seems to me that the Rife lymph frequency program also reduces redness and irritation, so I hope that means it reduces the chance of infection also.

I stick around the house a lot and avoid germy places. For general frequent cleaning of most-used surfaces, I keep a spray bottle of water with white vinegar in it. I don't always wear gloves when I wash dishes (I like the warm water) but always wear gloves around plants and dirt. I'm active and touch a lot of things so I wash my hands a lot but that does cause issues with dryness and irritation. Not sure what the remedy is for that, I use organic sunflower oil for moisturizer since it's a Budwig diet approved oil. It's said "don't put anything on your skin that you wouldn't eat" because essentially you are ingesting that through your skin.

Sunday, May 6, 2012

Rife Frequencies & Kombucha Tea

Sunday May 6, 2012

I've been using the Rife frequency machine for about 2 weeks now. It really is amazing. I have to remind myself that it's not a new toy since I have a tendency to experiment. I'd love to say something profoundly serious about the Rife treatment but all I can dredge up is, I think this thing might work, and if it doesn't work, it'll make dying easier since it's great for stopping pain and could also make a lot of random prescription medications unnecessary. The machine I bought is not the best and not the worse but seems to meet the minimum criteria for effectiveness. But learning which frequencies to use, that could take some effort, time, and intuition. There are detailed frequency lists online and cross-reference lists, but there are also different veins of thought as to which protocols are best. The online Rife discussions get downright technical and some people even build their own machine based on certain specifications. 

The house we moved into was built in 1940. It has such charm and character and a peacefulness about it. I love hearing birds singing in the crazy overgrown area outside our back fence and we have a multitude of wild blackberry bushes to make jam this summer. As usual my daughter and I have about 15 ongoing projects each so we're always busy. At the end of the day I'm asleep in about 5 minutes. 

feeling kind of crafty lately so I made these magnets for my bulletin board

Lucy walking me in the park

another crafty moment caused these sun catchers to appear on our back porch

 The Kombucha Tea is wonderful. Here it is in a continuous brew jar. That's an electric seedling heat mat wrapped around to keep it warm so it will keep fermenting.

We're going to plant snap peas along that back fence soon.

I'm working on my Etsy Shop for about 2 hrs a day. It currently generates about 600.00 a month income and allows me to buy organic food and supplements. It's fun and relaxing to work with jewelry findings.

 This is the nicest little park to walk in. It also has a frisbee golf course so sometimes a disc unexpectedly flies by.