What are these "reactions" we get with Rife?

This post will likely produce a "well, duh" reaction from most people. But for people new to Rife, there may be some value.

The other day I was reading the book "In Defense of Self: How the Immune System Really Works" by William Clark and ran across a section on histamine reactions. The book describes a histamine reaction as the following: "the symptoms begin within minutes of exposure to the allergen and may be accompanied by a range of symptoms - faintness, breathing difficulties, nausea, tingling of the skin and scalp".

To my surprise, these are almost the identical set of reactions I see with testing frequencies and describe in posts on Plasma frequencies. So this begs the question "okay, what is producing a histamine reaction?" Well, only the same thing that Rife practitioners have been telling us for years, that killing off something in your body will dump all that waste into your system. See this Youtube video for an example:

As this bacterium dies, it literally explodes and the cellular contents are spilled into body. Would this result in a histamine response? I would think yes. What happens if you kill off a million bacteria in your body at one time? I would assume a more noticeable histamine response or possibly a Herxheimer reaction. Are they the same? I used to think it was all a herx but now I question that line of thinking. A histamine response is a normal part of your body's immune system taking action on some foreign body, however small. A herxheimer reaction is when your detoxification organs are overburdened by all this microbial waste hitting your body at once. Then you start to feel sleepy, headache, nausea intensifies, etc until your liver can process all that waste and "catches up".

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