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I have a dental infection. I could insert some puss in the remote and use the Spooky Frequency Sweep. Would this be more effective at killing the infection than using contact mode with the Dental frequency sets?

I don't know if it would be more effective than contact mode; but I think using a sample of the pathogen in the remote will be more effective that using a finger nail DNA. We have tried for example pieces of broken tooth and they worked better than finger nail.

Personally, I haven't had much success with the spectrum sweep on samples I have tried (mold or finger nail DNA) but I know others have had some success. One day I will have another go with mold.

I don't know if you can consider the mechanism to be killing of the infection directly, because a DNA is not likely to transmit a directly destructive message to itself (my guess)... but there could likely be frequencies that convince them to stop/shutdown and so you will get the same result.
Basically, I think this experiment has a good chance of working.

For the red blood cells I read that its up to four days; spittal perhaps 1-2days. If you are targetting the bacteria that is growing then potentially it could be much longer.

Here is one of the discussions I found on here:
You can search for things such as spit, RBC, DNA.

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