What happens when after ten treatments the parasites are still showing on F-Scan?
Q. What happens when after ten treatments the parasites are still showing on F-Scan?
A. The best time to treat them is during the full moon. It is when all the bugs like to come out and reproduce. Have patients that are having mild symptoms come back during the full moon, with the phase of the moon it lasts for seven days, the 3 days before the full moon, the day of the full moon in the middle, and the 3 days after the full moon.
Have them do three treatments that week. Intestinal, liver, and pancreatic flukes can be taken care of. Have them come back the next full moon for another round. If this doesn’t work we recommend the CellCore Full Moon Kit, and treat the client around the full moon.
Start adults off on the Intermediate Protocol, unless it is a child or patient is very sick, and then you would start on the Beginner Protocol.
Have them do this treatment for two full moon cycles. If started on beginner, have the patient do intermediate on the 2nd round. You can do 5-minute Firefly treatments to start off with because there will be another full moon the next month.
You actually can treat them anytime with Firefly. But, for tough cases, with the CellCore supplements, the bugs/parasites come out of the lining of the small intestines during the time of the full moon, the taller the peak MV on the F-scan does not correlate to how many parasites are in somebody’s system.
Noteworthy: Watch the Firefly Friday Parasite Paradigm to learn more about this topic.