Where do I get ePads?

How do they work?

  1. ePads seem to use a com­bi­na­tion of effects to enhance host immuno­log­i­cal per­for­mance.
  2. They sup­ply free elec­trons which increas­es zeta poten­tial, reduc­ing col­o­niza­tion and oxy­gen depra­va­tion relat­ed tis­sue stress;
  3. Free elec­trons quence free rad­i­cals reduc­ing oxida­tive stress;
  4. Elec­tron momen­tum con­verts UFAs into immuno­log­i­cal­ly active con­ju­gat­ed forms which make it hard­er for pathogens to scav­enge build­ing mate­ri­als;
  5. Elec­tron stress seems to dis­rupt the struc­tur­al build­ing and resource con­tain­ment abil­i­ty for pathogens.
  6. Please vis­ith the ePad video for more infor­ma­tion.

Do ePads kill organ­isms?

  • ePads seem to change the environment/host bal­ance of pow­er in favor of the host — so that the pathogen expe­ri­ences a dis­ad­van­tage;
  • Please view the ePad video for fur­ther detailed expla­na­tion;
  • Direct expo­sure of var­i­ous organ­isms, yeast, mold, etc. to the ePads do not seem to “kill” them – so they do not act appear to “destroy” organ­isms direct­ly;
  • ePads seem to boost the effec­tive­ness of the hosts immune resources.

Will they pre­vent repro­duc­tion?

  • Repro­duc­tion of any organ­ism is dic­tat­ed by the envi­ron­ment;
  • Lift­ing the hosts defense capa­bil­i­ty reduces the abil­i­ty of the pathogen to assert fur­ther influ­ence;
  • If they work in the begin­ning, they will like­ly enable ongo­ing man­age­ment.

The organ­isms seem mobile – What do I do?

  • Move the pad with them;
  • Con­sid­er a sleep­ing pad for sys­temic use;
  • The sleep­ing pad will pro­vide broad­er sys­temic sup­port. Indi­vid­u­als with local­ized symp­toms usu­al­ly lack the abil­i­ty to defeat the organ­ism else­where too, so the sleep­ing pad is often help­ful.

Would the pen­dant be use­ful to repel them?

  • The pen­dant hangs above the thy­mus gland, and pro­tects this brain of the immune sys­tem from assault;
  • The pen­dant is designed to defend the immune sys­tem from all agents that would dis­able its per­for­mance;
  • The pen­dant is a self-defense device;
  • I use mine as a first aid kit — when I get an injury, or what­ev­er, I put it on the area that needs tem­po­rary sup­port..

She has got­ten lesions in her ear canals. Would your
earplugs address this?

  • The earplugs would like­ly help, but If the bugs run away from the scalp ePad to the ear canal, why would­n’t they run away from the earplugs too?
  • I doubt the organ­isms will run away from the first ePad, but there is no way to “know”.
  • If they move, I’d move the ePad with them. We have not observed the run-away phe­nom­e­non in oth­er cas­es.

How long does it take to get a response?

  • We have used ePads on sev­er­al Morgel­lon-like lesions and usu­al­ly see sig­nif­i­cant improve­ment with­in 2 weeks;
  • The ePad prod­uct has always worked on every pathogen-lesion with­in two weeks, regard­less of cause, spi­der bite, shin­gles, lyme, and oth­er
    pre­sen­ta­tions from “unknown” caus­es;
  • Many of these lesions that resolved had per­sist­ed
    between 2–10 years.

How do you use the ePad on the scalp?

  • I sug­gest stitching/stapling the 2x5 pad into a scarf or cap and hav­ing her wear it overnight on the lesion area.

How long do ePads last?

  • The bio­log­i­cal­ly active mate­r­i­al remains potent for over 100 years.
  • The pad itself is wash­able and can be used oth­er places on the body as need­ed.

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    • mark weaver on December 20, 2010 at 5:19 pm
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    I used the ePad 16 x 30 under my back in bed last night for the first time, and woke up 4 hours lat­er with my back feel­ing very hot and my heart beat­ing faster like I was jog­ging. Is this a nor­mal response when sleep­ing on the ePad? Do you have any idea what could have been going on? Thanks.

    1. Yes. I think the pad mobi­lized tox­ins which were stored in your spine. The increased heart rate sug­gests your body was work­ing hard­er to dis­pose of these tox­ins. This is called a Herx­heimer Reac­tion.

      The response sug­gests a tem­po­rary increase in metab­o­lism required to dis­charge tox­ins from the sys­tem. This is a good sign that the device is work­ing. I’d start with the pad on your bed every night. When you wake up, take it off for the rest of the night. After a few nights, you should sleep nor­mal­ly.

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