A few days ago, it became clear that I had bronchitis, so I immediately looked to Spooky2. At first, I selected the six related programs in the database and did a Grade Scan followed by GX Refine Programs.
I had a little relief over the next couple of days, but not what I’d hoped for.
I then had the idea to run GX Refine Programs first, followed by Grade Scan, which I did this morning. My reasoning was that since pathogens can mutate in frequency by more than 1% and that the frequencies in the six programs have no decimal points, many might not register during a Grade Scan.
This seems to be right because I’ve had a major improvement after just half a day. I have some Remotes running and have used Plasma twice.
Also worthy of mention: * I scanned with two large TENS pads several centimeters apart on either side of my belly button. * I ran five remotes with different settings (all at a different stage of the 10-frequency program). * And, of course, I selected, “Remove Duplicate Frequencies” before doing the scan.