One of the most advanced features of Spooky2 is its world’s largest frequency database. However, many users may have questions about the way to search or select programs in Spooky2 software. If you have no idea what keywords to type when searching in the software, this blog is a good start for you.
In the software, you can always find many programs for one certain health problem. So, our users often ask: which program to choose?
When there are many related programs included in the search results, you must pay attention to the corresponding Program Descriptions, the Author, and Total Run Time. Take the keyword “acne” as an example:
Click to watch this video if you cannot find a program’s total run time:
1. Program Descriptions
Choose the program according to the program descriptions. For example, if you want to find programs for Retinopathy, there are Diabetic Retinopathy (KHZ) and Retinopathy of Prematurity (ETDF) in the searching results. According to the descriptions, the program Diabetic Retinopathy (ETDF) is for retinal damage due to diabetes which can cause blindness. And the program Retinopathy of Prematurity (ETDF) is used for eye disease of premature babies, generally due to intensive oxygen therapy. You can choose the program according to your condition.
Some programs share the same name, but their authors and frequencies are different. You can give priority to programs written by authors who you think are reliable.
If two programs have different names but share one or more same frequencies, you ought to choose the one covering more frequencies. In the following picture, Program Acne 1 includes more frequencies than Acne 2, so Acne 1 is preferred.
3. Total Run Time
When setting up a preset with multiple programs, please do not exceed 4 hours in total running time – for Remote Mode or Plasma Mode.
When do you need to change a program?
Generally speaking, the best way is to try each program non-stop for 3-4 days in Remote Mode, or once a day in Contact or Plasma Modes for three days. If you don’t see any improvement, move on to the next one. Stop when you are satisfied with your health results.