HA~! I am *right* there with you *feeling* that
tingle that can bite. It is an indication that
you are getting results and indicates an acidic
condition. As you zap and cleanse it gets much
better. What you need to do is MOVE the zapper
around or else it will *burn* you. If you bought
a Terminator, go to Don Crofts website and read
as much there as you wish to become comfortable
with using the zapper.
I determined the efficacy for me of using the
Zapper after years of using it. When I do not
use it regularly, I will get symptoms of parasites.
I used to travel a lot and swam in rivers and the
ocean and snorkeled so picked up freeloaders and
so once I discovered Zapping could drive with it
tucked under my thigh, or tucked into my sock.
I will tuck it into my panties in the front or
the back. If I am laying in my recliner and watching
a program, I will zap over my gallbladder liver
region and have found flukes in my liver flush
results. The thing I have used the most successfully
to keep the zapper on my body is a simple ankle
You can slip it into a sock too but I cannot stand
to sleep in socks but the brace would keep the zapper
on the bottom of my foot snugly and in place all night.
The bottom of the foot and the hand are places where you
will not have to deal with the acidic "biting" reaction.
Often I will just put the zapper on the floor under my
desk and rest my foot on it. I NEVER zap over my heart
area, but otherwise, if my knee is hurting, I will ace
bandage it over that. Once you have cleaned your blood
up pretty well, you will not even feel the zapper.
If you are wearing jeans though, perhaps the top of a
sock for you may be more comfy. You can keep shifting
it every time you begin to feel the tingle and that would
be the best thing. If you leave it, it can burn you.
What you should notice over time is that you are not
getting sick and certainly that parasites are much
less an issue. I still do parasite cleansing once a
year, so it should be a comprehensive approach, but
the day to day impact is that it negates the constant
exposure to parasites and I feel comfortable still doing
the things like swimming and prancing around barefoot
outside in the dirt.
One last BIG warning...when using the zapper, do not
forget it and pull down your jeans or jump up from
your chair or that baby may be hitting the floor~!
I narrowly escaped it dropping into the commode only
once and that was enough to raise my awareness of
zapper placement. I do very much like mine though and
I hope that after some time you can say the same with
your own experience~!