How Good Is Spooky2? —— A Third-party Experiment Leave a comment

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How effective are our Rife machines? Our users surely know the answer.

However, as a new customer of Spooky2, you may still have doubts. Therefore, we have asked an authority to experiment on the effectiveness of Spooky2 Remote and Contact mode, and the results were astonishing.

About The Experimenter

The experimenter Professor Bao KaiFan,  is a current lecturer at one of the best medical universities in China. He received his Master Degree in Pharmaceutical Biotechnology from Queen’s University Belfast in the UK and later completed his PhD. & MD in Immunology & Microbiology at the Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine in China. Over the years, he has published several papers in top medical journals.

The Experiment

The researcher tested both modes on three different types of pathogens: Staphylococcus aureus (S. aureus), Escherichia coli (E. coli), and Candida albicans (C. Albicans), which are gram-positive bacteria, gram-negative bacteria, and yeast, respectively. The settings of both experiments are almost the same except for the treatment mode.

First, the researcher retrieved active microorganisms and transferred them to culture containers. The agar in the containers can provide enough nutrients for the multiplication of these microorganisms. Then the containers were placed in the incubator at 37°C to mimic the reproduction process inside the human body. After several hours of incubation, the organisms had reached their fastest growth rates. Then the optical density (OD) value of the bacteria is measured. OD describes the absorbance of the solution. These bacteria are not transparent, which means they will absorb some light when the light passes through them. Therefore, more bacteria will block more lights and lead to higher absorbance. In other words, if the treatment is ineffective, the difference in OD should be negligible, and if it is effective, the treated group should have a decreased OD due to fewer bacteria blocking the light.

The samples were divided into four groups: negative control (no organisms), positive control (free growth), biofeedback scan (frequencies acquired from biofeedback scan), and preset (frequencies from Spooky2 database). After running for 48 hours of remote mode or 30 minutes of contact mode, the absorbance of each group was measured. Note that during contact mode, TENS pads were unable to be attached to the samples. Instead, the researcher inserted the plugs directly into the medium.

The Results

In Remote mode, the preset frequencies decreased OD of S. aureus, E. coli, and C. Albicans by about 5.8%, 19.8%, and 6.9%, respectively. Moreover, 48-hr treatment with the frequencies acquired by biofeedback scan decreased OD of S. aureus, E. coli, and C. Albicans by about 5.7%, 20.2%, and 7.8%, respectively. In Contact mode, the preset frequencies decreased OD of S. aureus, E. coli, and C. Albicans by about 30.9%, 26.1%, and 32.5%, respectively. Moreover, frequencies acquired by biofeedback scan decreased OD of S. aureus, E. coli, and C. Albicans by about 22.9%, 35.4%, and 24.4%, respectively.

Figure 1. The antimicrobial effects of Spooky2 (remote mode). Spooky2 treatment using remote mode was performed on (A) S. aureus, (B) E. coli and (C) C. Albicans for 48 hrs. Shown is the analyzed OD550nm of each group and representative images. neg ctrl: negative control (medium); pos ctrl, positive control (microbes without treatment); preset, microbes treated with the preset frequencies in the database of Spooky2 software; scan, microbes treated with frequencies acquired by biofeedback scan.

With contact mode, the preset frequencies decreased OD of S. aureus, E. coli, and C. Albicans by about 30.9%, 26.1%, and 32.5%, respectively. Moreover, frequencies acquired by biofeedback scan decreased OD of S. aureus, E. coli, and C. Albicans by about 22.9%, 35.4%, and 24.4%, respectively.

Figure 2. The antimicrobial effects of Spooky2 (contact mode). Spooky2 treatment using contact mode was performed on (A) S. aureus, (B) E. coli and (C) C. Albicans for 30 min per well. Shown is the analyzed OD550nm of each group and representative images. neg ctrl: negative control (medium); pos ctrl, positive control (microbes without treatment); preset, microbes treated with the preset frequencies in the database of Spooky2 software; scan, microbes treated with frequencies acquired by biofeedback scan.

The Conclusion

After accurate data analysis, the researcher concluded that both Remote and Contact modes of Spooky2, with the frequencies acquired from the preset database or biofeedback scan, are potent to decrease the viability of the microorganisms.

We are all thrilled by the results. If others have any doubts about Spooky2, you can now show them the convincing results of these experiments. We hope that Spooky2 will bring health to you and everyone you love.

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