How to Buy a Rife Machine
Keep in mind that no one today makes a Rife Frequency Machine like Royal Rife's machine. His unit would flash for milliseconds to Â½ minute and kill whatever specimen he had in the field. His machine could be detected miles away. The FTC would not allow a machine like this in our modern day world.
Here is a list of important features to look for in a frequency unit before you purchase one:
- The most important feature to look for is a Rife unit using a RF carrier (Radio Frequency). Royal Rife and Hoyland used RF which was a big part of their success. The reason is very simple: the audio frequency range is carried further with a high frequency range generally in the meg range. Certainly, any frequency over 1 meg is in the range that can be used as a carrier wave. Most units on the market today don't use RF.
- It is very important that the unit you choose has ray tubes. Royal R. Rife used ray tubes and so did Hoyland. Find a unit that has hand held ray tubes because they complete the circuit by running through the body between the hand held tubes thus guaranteeing that the frequencies flow through the body. The ray tubes produce a much higher voltage than pad devices to push the frequencies deeper into the body. There is the magnetic effect produced by gas filled tubes (that can be tested) that especially used with RF penetrates deeply into the body. Most people prefer the "soft" "energetic" "warm" feel of the glass tubes compared to the electrical tingle felt from the metal electrodes. Many people report that watching and feeling the glass tubes "glow and flow' has a relaxing, calming, softening effect on their body
- A unit that comes with light emitting diodes (LEDs) is a great feature. Great health benefits can be attained by using LEDs, such as better eye sight and clearing up many skin conditions.Â Faster healing from the LED's and the healing effects from the Rife frequencies combine as a powerful, effective tool.
- There can certainly be an advantage to a unit that can do the feet and hands at the same time. Many units will come only with hand cylinders, which are good for dealing with an upper body cold. However, someone with circulation problems in the feet and legs would greatly benefit from using a unit with both hand and foot electrodes.
Consider the cost. Units can range from $500 and much higher? Years ago units sold used modified function generators off the shelf, which were mass-produced. Rife machine manufacturers generally build a relatively small number of machines so the cost goes up enormously. A function generator is low powered. It will cost more money to build a circuit that has the power required in a Rife machine. Another added cost is crystal control that makes the price go up. Crystal control greatly adds to the accuracy of a frequency that is needed in a Rife unit. An example would be 9.7 Hz for tendons. You don't want 9.6 or 9.8 because your results will be diminished. Another example, 1444Hz is to normalize testosterone in men and 1445 is to normalize testosterone in women. You certainly wouldn't want a male using the machine and have the frequency drift up towards 1445. By the time you add foot plates, hand cylinders, reusable electrodes (sticky patches), and LEDs, you certainly add to the cost of an off the shelf function generator
Make sure you purchase a machine that actually reads out in Hz. New frequencies come out all the time and you want to have the capability to add these new numbers as they come out.
It is important purchase a unit that has gating. Rife and Hoyland used gating because it made their units more effective.
An example of a good unit has RF, gating, footplates, hand cylinders, reusable electrodes, LEDs, crystal control, and plenty of power. The hand held glass tubes is used to conduct the RF frequency and audio range frequency into the body. Their engineers came up with the idea that with conductors (that is completing the circuit when you hold both glass tubes) you are guaranteeing completing the circuit through your body.