You know what? I'm starting to trust the practitioner who does the Rifing and sound frequency machine a little more. I don't know why; I just get a good feeling from her. She said she gets a commission from DesertBio, but not from the guy who sells the Rife machine. She just happens to know the way that particular version of the Rife work. However, it comes at a whopping $600. Apparently, patients make monthly payments. Anyway, I told her unequivocally, "no," when it came to buying the machine she and her husband recommend. She said that financial stress would only make me sicker, and she was fine with my coming to her office instead. She also practices acupuncture, and she definitely knows her stuff regarding acupuncture.
Ok, in reading the paragraph I just wrote, it sounds a bit suspicious, but at least she doesn't only rely on the machines. She uses homeopathics, etc. as well.
Regardless, she's careful and thorough, and I wasn't following all of her at-home directions, so maybe I messed up.
I did think the cradle (hooked to a third machine) in which you put your hand so she can figure out some of your dxes along with what you can and cannot eat--was a bit strange. She did get some of my unusual dxes right.
I don't know what to do or in which direction to turn, but as I said, I have high hopes for my upcoming visit with the ND.