Has anyone experienced Hulda Clark?

  1. My FIL found a book called "The Cure for all Diseases" by Hulda Clark and he asked me to read it to see what I thought. He swears by this "zapper" that she promotes as the cure for all diseases. He says that since he started using this, he hasn't been sick hardly at all whereas he used to be sick most of the year. I think his not being sick as much has more to do with the allergy shots and hepa air filters than the zapper, but alas, he has convinced my hubby that this little 9volt batter is the ultimate cure. Hubby says he knows it works because he knows three people who had CA and were using it and getting better, but they stopped using it and they died. I read a bunch of stuff on the net that very clearly explains why this is a hoax, but hubby doesn't believe them.

    Does anyone know anyone who used this product, the "zapper," and had it work miracles or do absolutly nothing? I have not found an actual study where anyone else proved that it is bunk, but I've read lots of great reasons why is it is total crap. I really want personal stories because my inlaws don't believe much that comes from a "scientist."

    Most of what I read came from http://www.quackwatch.com In case you have not heard of this.
    thanks for any input.:kiss
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  3. by   ceecel.dee
    Sounds more like mind over matter to me (IMHO).
  4. by   pkmom
    Yep, me too. But they claim it works and the medical community isn't telling patients about it because its a big conspiracy and we like sick people because they pay our bills. Hello, if it were a conspiracy, then why do medical people get sick?