volts and amps does a typical zapper output?
On page 15 of her
book, The Cure for All Diseases, Dr. Clark summarizes the
specifications for a zapper. She says it must have a DC output
of 5 to 10 V. We can now calculate the maximum current output
from the output resistance of the generating circuit. She uses a
1000 ohm resistor to limit the output current to safe and
effective levels. With a maximum output of 5 to 10 V, this
resistance gives us a maximum possible output current of 5 to 10
milliamps. In practice, the actual DC current delivered to the
body is considerably lower than this, because of the extra
resistance at the surface of the skin and in the body itself.
Is it safe to zap if I have a pacemaker?
pacemakers are fine with the zapper. But modified "Leg
Zapping" contact arrangements are needed for two new devices:
Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillators (ICD's) and "smart
pacemakers." These devices "listen" to the electrical
signals put out by the heart muscles. When it detects a
high-frequency signal above the normal "heart signal" range of
10-100 Hz, the ICD is set to interpret it as fibrillation, and
to correct it by a massive jolt of electricity to restart and
synchronize the fibrillating tissue. If an AC current of 1000
microamps or more (and even as low as 200 microamps in some
cases) is applied to the torso, it may be detected and wrongly
interpreted as fibrillation, with the resulting defibrillation
signal jolting the heart muscle needlessly.
Even though Hulda Clark zappers always put out DC pulses, the
induced currents may appear as AC inside the body to the ICD
trigger detector, and can cause these unwanted defibrillation
pulses. If you have an ICD, DO NOT USE A ZAPPER HAND TO
HAND. USE THE "LEG ZAPPING" APPROACH BELOW to
prevent current from entering the torso.
There are also new technology "smart pacemakers"
like the Medtronics EnPulse that watch the heart's natural
signal, intervening or "pacing" only when needed. They are
unlikely to have a problem with the zapper current because they
monitor the 10-100 Hz frequency band. However, if they
do detect zapper current as a stimulus, they will produce a slow
pacing signal that may interact with the heart's natural
pacemaker output to give a surging sensation as the
heart rate varies. In a small group, about 5% of users, it is
possible that this slow pacing signal could cause a type of fast
heartbeat that could cause serious problems.
The standard way to handle and assess these risks for
"smart pacemaker" wearers is for the patient to bring the zapper
to their cardiologist's office, and apply the zapper
current in the usual way while monitoring the smart pacemaker's
output via its built-in telemetry link to the doctor's computer
readout. If there is a problem, it will show up clearly as
arrhythmia or other abnormality. If no effect is observed, the
doctor can then increase the trigger sensitivity of the
implanted device with his remote programmer, and see how much
safety margin exists for this patient before problems appear. If
the zapper does not cause an effect with the sensitivity raised
one increment from its programmed setting, it is regarded as
having an adequate margin of safety, and may be safely used.
In any case, you may use the
"Leg Zapping" method below to safely enjoy the benefits of zapping.
What is "LEG ZAPPING?" and "ARM ZAPPING"?
Leg or Arm
Zapping is a way to zap that will keep zapper current out of the
torso of the body, including the heart. This will prevent
possible problems with the new ICD and "smart pacemaker"
devices, and with zapping during pregnancy. Dr. Clark
says that the idea with zapping is to put the tiny zapper
current through a maximum of blood flow, to energize the white
blood cells efficiently. I believe the safest way for those with
ICDs or "smart" pacemakers to zap effectively is to hold one
handhold in your hand, and tuck the other handhold under the
armpit on the same side, preferably the right arm. This causes
the current to intersect the major blood flow of the large arm
arteries. For leg zapping use a footpad on one foot, with a
conductive band (or modified footpad) around the calf or thigh
of the same leg to keep the zapper current out of the torso
completely, while making the current intersect the major blood
flow of the large leg arteries.
often should I use the Auto-Zap zapper?
recommends zapping at least one full 63-minute cycle daily for
the first month, and at least twice a week after that. I myself
use it every other day for maintenance. At her clinic she has
patients zapping for eight hours a day. Our
instructions cover other application hints.
can I see the Auto-Zap5 zapper instructions?
does the Auto-Zap compare to the others available?
Click here to see our Hulda Clark Zapper Comparison
The Auto-Zap5 goes much farther than the
circuit in Dr. Clark's books (which is in 95% of the zappers
offered on the Web). We use and recommend the Auto-Zap5 zapper for
- it has a fully automatic timer built in
to do the 63 minute cycle as recommended by Dr. Clark
- the lower frequency penetrates deeper
- it gives over 500 hours of zapping on a single pair of 2 AA
batteries: about 10 times longer than the competition
- it has a failsafe sensor LED light to show when you
have good contact and proper connections
- it is ruggedly built with full protection against static
electricity and reversed battery damage
- it has a beeper to tell you when it is turning the pulse
output on and off (so you don't have to hold the hand-holds
during the 21 minute rest periods)
- it has an automatic battery load test every time you turn it
No other zapper
offers all these features. We give a full 5 year
warranty, with a three month money back
you supply wrist bands?
There are three
problems with conventional wrist bands, which we have solved
with our conductive wrist Cuffs:
Inadequate contact area: they contact best at the
outer and inner edges of the wrist, not on the flat top and
bottom areas. Handholds and foot pads give much larger contact
area. Our new
Wrist Cuffs overcome this problem by offering much
wider contact area than any other wristband.
Inadequate contact pressure: most straps cannot
press hard enough to firmly contact the top and bottom of the
wrist, or they would cut off circulation to the hand.
The Wrist Cuffs overcome this problem due to comfortable elastic
that triples the
surface area in contact with the skin., and doesn't not cut off
Inadequate moisture to ensure good contact: it is
very difficult to keep the wrist band contact area moist for the
duration of the zapping session. Dr. Clark recommends keeping
damp paper towel layers between skin and contact to prevent ions
from being driven into the skin. This is very inconvenient to do
with wrist bands. Again, our
Wrist Cuffs overcome this problem. Simply wet them
What are foot pads?
footpads are a convenient hands-free alternative to wristbands
or gloves. Made of conductive silicone and tested for hundreds
of uses, each pair comes with a connector cable and
instructions. Place your feet on top of the plates and hit the
Start button. Foot pads work well as you use a computer, read or
We do not supply
foot pads with the Auto-Zap5 . They are an "Add-on".
does the Auto-Zap use 2.5 kHz when Dr. Clark's circuits produced
If you check the
top of page 15 in Dr. Clark's books, you will see that the
frequency range she gives for zapping is from 10Hz to 500,000Hz.
So why the 2500Hz setting? Because it works better
at 2.5 kHz (which is 2500 Hz or 2500 pulses per second). I
confirmed this in October 1995 with Dr. Hulda Clark herself.
lower frequency allows deeper penetration of the current due to
(She told us that much of her testing in later years were done
about AC adapters instead of batteries?
A friend wrote, "I
am interested in your zapper, but I read another zapper info
page and got confused. He claims that using an AC adaptor (and
his power supply circuit) is better than using a battery. Help."
Dr. Clark is
adamant about battery power for safety. The higher
output voltage is not an advantage either, according to Dr.
Clark's research: she specifies 5 to 10 volts. On page 15 of her
book, The Cure for All Diseases, Dr. Clark
testing showed it [the zapper effect] was not due to some unique
design, or special wave form produced by the device. It
was due to battery operation! Any positively
offset frequency kills all bacteria, viruses and parasites
simultaneously given sufficient voltage (5 to
10 volts), duration (seven minutes),
and frequency (anything from 10 Hz to 500,000
I think the reason
some like AC power is that it stops battery life complaints from
customers. We took a different route. We made the
Auto-Zap5 so efficient it goes a year and a half on two AA
batteries if used one hour a day. With ZERO
risk of AC shock! (The voltage converter in the
AutoZap5 guarantees just over 9 volts.)
I still take the herbal parasite cleanse if I have an Auto-Zap5?
Dr. Clark would of
course say "yes". You certainly may if you wish. The black
walnut tincture is good for clearing your gut quickly. With the
zapper alone it takes longer. If you have a serious concern, by
all means take the herbs as well.
body cleanses safe if I'm zapping?
does the price include?
We include the
Auto-Zap5 generator unit with fresh AA batteries, 2 sets sturdy
wires, instructions and 2 pairs conductive Wrist Cuffs or
1 pair gloves.
some "zappers" cheaper than the Auto-Zap5?
Because you get
what you pay for. The Auto-Zap5 is a fail-safe, fully automatic,
rugged, efficient unit with a 3 month 100% money-back
guarantee It is a tested and guaranteed lifetime purchase, not a
give me a list of ailments/detoxifying/general health
maintenance for which this machine is suitable?
See Dr. Hulda
Clark's book, "The Cure for All Diseases," for a full listing.
Her basic conclusion is that the zapper is an excellent general
tonic and prophylactic (preventative) tool for ALL health
zapper like a Rife device?
No, the Rife "pad
type" devices do not "zap". They work on the principle of bio-resonance, much like
Dr. Clark's early work. see
the best time to zap?
There is no best
time. Just zap when your schedule allows. You can
use the footpads or wrist cuffs while working on the computer,
or even on the drive home!
they let me through airport security with a zapper?
We always take our
zapper along on trips, and have never had a problem.
You might want to put the unit in your checked bags, but I carry
use the zapper while taking antibiotics?
Yes, it does not
Clark has announced that the effect of the zapper can be
intensified and targeted to specific parasites in specific
organs by "plate zapping." A box with one or two metal plates on
top is connected to the positive lead of the zapper, and slides
of the parasite and target organ are placed on the plates. See
the new "Prevention of All Cancers" and "Cure for HIV/AIDS"
books for more details. You can make your own plate box as
described in the HIV/AIDS book on page 517.
the Zappicator here
known pathogen was in a known body part, would it work better if
the hand-holds were nearer that body part instead of hands?
Dr. Clark's work suggests that the zapper effect can be
intensified or localized by "plate zapping" with a zappicator.
recommend using damp paper towel around the hand holds, or to
hold them as they are?
We no longer use
the copper cylinders, but if you are using them, then... Yes, please wrap
them as we instruct you. DO NOT hold the bare metal, as the
electrical signal could drive metal ions into the skin. Always
use at least two layers of paper towel.
give full instructions? Are frequencies used for each health
does NOT use unique
frequencies to fight germs. (A Rife machine does this.) According to Dr. Hulda Clark's
research, the zapper stimulates the bloodstream and
immune system in a subtle way, enabling your own body to "take
out the trash", including parasites, bacteria and most viruses.
Does it actually destroy malaria or merely 'stun' it
for the body to remove normally?
See above. We have
had many units in the tropics, and two doctors with a Big-Zap in
India. Users say it has helped the body clear up and prevent
having metal anywhere in the body (such as crowns on one's
teeth) affect the benefits of using the zapper?
No, because the
zapper stimulates the bloodstream and immune system, according
to Dr. Clark's research.
there any long-term side effects from long-term electrical
current use on the body? One hears of clusters of child cancers
in areas close to major power lines, for instance.
None have ever been
observed or reported. Power line effects are
due to high strength alternating current (AC) magnetic fields,
while the zapper uses very weak DC (Direct Current) pulses similar to natural nerve
impulses. The Auto-Zap5 has been used successfully with tots as
young as 1 month ( to deal with a nasty case of thrush in short
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