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Is it better to do the Hunt and Kill option instead of the Scan and Run one compared with these two presets of BioScan?

  • 'Hunt + Kill' preset: Frequency treatments apply stress to pathogens. To avoid death, pathogens mutate. This alters their hit frequencies, safely away from the frequencies being applied. This preset will hunt them down when they run for cover. The preset begins with a biofeedback scan. The hits are then run on a nominated generator. When the program completes, the previous hits are re-analyzed. Pathogens that are running for cover are discovered, and hit again. It does not matter how far the pathogens run. They will be found. And they will be overcome. This cycle repeats until the preset is stopped OR no hits are detected.

  • 'Scan and Run' preset: The preset is designed to run until stopped. It begins with a biofeedback scan. The hits found are then run on a nominated generator. When the program completes, another biofeedback scan commences. This cycle repeats until the preset is stopped OR no hits are detected. If it is a viral cold, it is recommended to use hunt and kill.

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    Branko Richard Babic

    Hi,

    so for most pathogens, it is best to use the Hunt and Kill. But what is not clear is the mechanics of what happens after the first run completes. Does the patient have to be hooked up to the biofeedback scan or does the Scan and Kill work on the same microbes detected on the first BFB scan and microbes which have mutated?

    BRB

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