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The zapper is a therapy device, invented by Dr. Clark and is known worldwide. It kills small microorganisms such as parasites and gives energy to our white blood cells. To find out more about zapper go here: www.clark-zapper.net
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The Tooth Zappicator is another of Dr. Clark’s inventions with the purpose of inducing immune power in the dental area. This removes lanthanides, metals, solvents, plastic remnants and bacteria all at once.
The Tooth Zappicator also hardens plastic dental materials so that they do not seep.
The Tooth Zappicator clears systematically hidden cavitations.
Take germanium, selenite and vitamin C beforehand or you could give yourself detox symptoms.
Press the Tooth Zappicator against plastic teeth or teeth with plastic fillings to get this hardening action. For this purpose, treat for five minutes on top of each tooth location, then take a break for at least one-half hour. Drink water to help kidneys excrete. Repeat a second time on the inner surfaces of each tooth location. Take another break, and repeat a third (and last) time at the outer surfaces of the gums. The effect is permanent.
After these three five-minute zappicating treatments the plastic tooth no longer seeps dyes, and the stray amalgam that has saturated the tooth will be chemically changed so it can be more easily removed by the immune system.
(From: The Prevention of All Cancers, pp. 344; Copyright notice)
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