EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW BEFORE YOU BUY:
The Protocols of Dr. Bob Beck, and of Dr. Hulda Clark


Welcome Blood Electrification Magnetic Pulser Ionic / Silver Colloid Makers Water Ozonators Zappers


Dear Fellow Researcher:

We get so many questions from many people regarding different companies, different Websites, different products, etc. that we realized this was an important piece of the puzzle when you are trying to shop and buy products (either SOTA's or another company's) based on Dr. Robert C. Beck's protocol or Dr. Hulda Clark's protocol.
We realize how confusing it must be to make your decision thus…Everything You Need To Know was born.

We've attempted to give you fair and truthful criteria by which you can base your evaluations on the myriad of products relating to this protocol. Let's take a look at each of the devices, and of popular misconceptions...

1. Dr. Robert C. Beck (Bob Beck) is not on the Internet nor does he have an E-Mail address. We are aware that there are Websites that makes it seem like they are in partnership with Dr. Beck, but this is totally false. If you wish to contact Dr. Beck, we will forward any correspondence to him.

2. Our supplier is the only company that Dr. Beck endorses all our products for use with his protocol. There is one other company (Concept 2000) that Dr. Beck endorses their blood purification device only.

3. Our supplier, with Dr. Beck's approval, has implemented a Certification Program. We became concerned when we started seeing some of the units made using Bob Beck's name. Most of them didn't meet Bob's specifications at all, even though they were being marketed as such. Because it is a "Consumer Beware" market we decided (in full cooperation with Dr. Beck) to create a Certification Program for other companies. Manufacturer's (or individuals) can send their units to us to be tested and certified to work as per Dr. Beck's specifications. This way, you the consumer can trust other manufacturers' products. (they have offered to test products from many companies, but they usually decline.)

4. We have found that usually, but not always, the Ionic/Colloidal Silver and/or Blood Electrification units work to Dr. Beck's specifications. Unfortunately, the Magnetic Pulser units rarely work to Beck's specifications.

In addition to the above, we recommend interested researchers request the free newsletters published by Sharing Health From the Heart Inc. to gain further information about the protocol and keys to better health.

Following are some of the features that you might want to look for when shopping around (besides the price :>):

Blood Electrification Unit (a.k.a. The Silver Pulser or Plant Growth Stimulator):

Check to ensure:

  1. The unit is powered by between 18 and 36 Volts. Some units use 3 or 4 x 9-Volt batteries. Other units use 1 x 9-Volt battery which uses a booster circuit to provide the necessary voltage. (The 1 battery units are small and pocket size, while the multiple battery ones are larger and bulkier. Additionally, most properly designed 1 battery units can run off a AC-DC Wall Adapter or Solar Panel. Check the manufacturer's specifications for this feature.)
  2. The unit operates with a nominally 27-Volt Peak, Bi-Phasic Square Wave, with a frequency of 3.92 Hz per half cycle, +/- 1 Hz. (This is ½ the Earth frequency of 7.83 Hz.) Units operating at a higher frequency and/or with a non-square or modified waveform have not been proven to be effective and are not part of the Beck protocol.
  3. There are LED lights to indicate when the unit has sufficient power.
  4. There are LED lights to indicate when the circuits are operating properly.
  5. The warranty compares favorably. The SOTA's Silver Pulser has a three year warranty.


Pluses to check for:

  1. Does the unit offer a constant voltage output? This unique design approach will ensure the unit will continue to operate at a constant 27-Volt output as the battery weakens. This also allows for operation from an external DC power source. SOTA's Silver Pulser has constant voltage output. On units that do not have a constant voltage output, the voltage will decrease over time as the unit wears out. And…
  2. Does the unit have the option to be operated from a wall adapter or 12-Volt DC battery source or appropriate solar panel? SOTA's Silver Pulser has this option. And…
  3. Are the electrodes Gold-Plated to reduce rust and corrosion? SOTA uses copper electrodes coated with 10 microns of silver and then plated with 80 microns of Gold. The stainless steel electrodes tend to cause more skin irritation.
  4. The unit has the option of an armband for convenience use.

Magnetic Pulse Generator (a.k.a. The Magnetic Pulser):

This unit requires more care to check. One manufacturer added an extra capacitor and then claimed the unit had the necessary Gauss, and more. We checked this unit and found it was not operating up to the capacity claimed. In fact, it actually produced an output 4 times less output than the protocol required. It takes more than adding capacitors to increase the Gauss strength.

Check to ensure:

  1. The unit outputs a magnetic field intensity of a minimum of 22,000 Gauss based on verified testing. SOTA's MPG outputs ~33,000 Gauss (33 kiloGauss).
  2. The charge time between pulses compares favorably. If it charges too rapidly (less than 1 second), the output is probably too low. The Magnetic Pulser takes 3.5 seconds to fully charge. (It is also important to ask how long it takes to fully charge the main capacitor and thus reach a Gauss intensity greater than 22,000. Some suppliers say you can begin to use their MPG after a few seconds, but to reach the full charge it may actually require 10-12 seconds. This is misleading information.
  3. The true Bio-North (south-seeking) Magnetic Pole is clearly identified.
  4. The unit outputs a pulsed DC magnetic field. This means North Pole is always on one side of the pulsing coil Units that output an AC or oscillating field are not part of the Beck protocol. They may be effective in other ways, but Dr. Beck does not approve them for his protocol.
  5. The minimum size of the main capacitor should be 600 µF with a minimum charge of 300 Volts DC per pulse. SOTA's MPG3 capacitor is rated at 600 µF and charges to 330 DC Volts per pulse.
  6. The pulsing coil should be greater than 1 mH (milli Henry) with an air-core (no metal material in the centre core of the coil. The coil is an air-core inductor.) The coil should have a minimum of 250 Turns of magnet wire. The coil should be doubly insulated with no exposed wires for electrical safety. SOTA's coil is 2.5 mH, has 270 Turns, and is doubly insulated. (Some units just put a cloth cover over the coil, this is OK but there is a danger of electrical shock if you accidentally cut the wire.)
  7. The warranty compares favorably. The Magnetic Pulser has a two-year warranty.


Pluses to check for:

  1. Does the capacitor life compare favorably? Most MPG's that use a standard photoflash capacitor have a life of 5-10,000 pulses. The main capacitor in SOTA's Magnetic Pulser has an operation life of over ¼ of a million (250,000) cycles. And…
  2. Does the unit have the option of operating from a 12-Volt battery source or appropriate Solar Panel? SOTA's Magnetic Pulser operates from 12Volts DC. And…
  3. Does the unit pulse automatically? SOTA's Magnetic Pulser Model MPG2 pulses automatically 64 times between resets. Some units, as with our previous model MPG1 unit need to be discharged manually. This is simply a convenience feature.

Ionic/Colloidal Silver Unit (a.k.a. The Silver Pulser

Check to ensure:

  1. The unit is powered by between 18 and 36 Volts. Some units use 3 or 4 x 9-Volt batteries. Other units use 1 x 9-Volt battery which uses a booster circuit to provide the necessary voltage. (The 1 battery units are small and pocket size, while the multiple battery ones are larger and bulkier. Additionally, most properly designed 1 battery units can run off a AC-DC Wall Adapter or Solar Panel. Check the manufacturer's specifications for this feature.).
  2. There are LED lights to indicate when the unit has sufficient power.
  3. There are LED lights to indicate when the circuits are operating properly.
  4. There are LED or Incandescent lights to indicate water conductivity.
  5. The silver wires are at least 3 Nines pure silver (.999), or better yet 4 Nines (.9999) purity. The Silver Wires that come with both SOTA's Silver Pulser and Silver Maker are 4 Nines pure silver (.9999).
    NOTE:
    .999 = 99.9%, .9999 = 99.99%, and .99999 = 99.999%. Do not be fooled by manufacturers giving out misleading or false purity claims. Ask for a copy of the Assay Report (which is a lab analysis of the silver wire's constituents, and shows the level of purity) for their silver wires to verify their claims.
  6. The warranty compares favorably. Both SOTA's Silver Pulser and Silver Maker have a three-year warranty.
  7. A procedure is provided for making ionic/colloidal silver by the heat method (no salt).


Pluses to check for:

  1. Does the unit offer a constant voltage output? This unique design approach will ensure the unit will continue to operate at a constant 27-Volt output as the battery weakens. (This also allows for operation from an external DC power source.) Both SOTA's Silver Pulser and Silver Maker units have constant voltage outputs. On units that do not have a constant voltage output, the voltage will decrease over time as the unit wears out.  This may give unpredicable results over time. And…
  2. Does the unit have the option to be operated from an AC-DC Wall Adapter or 12-Volt DC battery source or appropriate Solar Panel? Both SOTA's Silver Pulser and Silver Maker have this option. And…
  3. Are the silver wires easy to replace and install?

Water Ozonator Unit (a.k.a. The Water O3zonator):

Check to ensure:

  1. The method of producing ozone. The cold-plasma/cold-corona method produces a more consistent and higher level of ozone compared to the ultraviolet (UV) light method. Unless the UV light unit is large enough, it is difficult to ozonate water to the required concentrations. Keep in mind that UV light actually makes a superior grade of ozone due to the elimination of the possibility of oxides of nitrogen (which are a factor in very high powered ozonators [>500mg/Hr] that use ambient air as their supply). Unfortunately, the UV method is not reliable because the UV bulb deteriorates quickly, and concentrations are usually very low. SOTA's Water O3zonator Model WOZ3 utilizes an advanced cold-plasma/cold-corona generation method.
  2. That the ozone chamber is made of stainless steel and/or lead-free quartz glass. There should be no aluminum in the ozone gas path, as aluminum is considered a toxic metal. Ozone reacts with most substances so it is important to check that ozone-resistant materials are used throughout. SOTA's Water O3zonator has an aluminum-free, lead-free, Fused Quartz Crystal ozone chamber. (Note: ceramic contains aluminum oxide.)
  3. That the tubing is silicone, or of an ozone resistant material.
  4. That the unit's housing and enclosure are impervious to the corrosive effects of ozone-inferior metals or materials should not be used. Natural rubber for example will deteriorate in the presence of ozone very quickly.
  5. That the method the manufacturer uses to rate the amount of ozone produced is comparable as is based on a known flow-rate. SOTA's WOZ3 is rated at a true 108mg/hr @ 2.0 LPM (Litre per minute airflow). There are two methods in use to measure ozone output. The most accurate method is ozone-in-air. SOTA's unit was tested using a GM Anceros ozone-in-air analyzer. Most manufacturers use a chemical titration method that gives an incorrectly high rating. Using this method, SOTA's WOZ3 is rated at over 200 mg/hr @ 2.0 LPM.
  6. That the airstone and check valve are made of ozone resistant material.
  7. That the warranty is comparable. The SOTA's WOZ3 has a two-year warranty.


Pluses to check for:

  1. Is the air pump built-in? And…
  2. Does the unit have the option of operating from a 12-Volt battery source or solar panel? Or, can it only be used plugged into an electrical wall plug. And…
  3. Does the airstone produce small enough bubbles to ensure good ozone saturation? SOTA's WOZ3 has all three of the above features. And…
  4. Does the unit have a high enough Oxygen Reduction Potential (ORP)? SOTA's WOZ3 produces an ORP of over 1,000 mV.
  5. To meet minimum requirements for water sterilization-an ORP of 600 mV or more is required. SOTA's WOZ3 produces an ORP of over 1,000 mV, thus meeting and exceeding requirements for water sterilization.

Hulda Clark Zapper Unit (a.k.a. The Zapper):

Check to ensure:

  1. The Zapper has a low battery warning light. If the battery drops below 7 Volts DC, the Zapper will not produce the desired effects and therefore will not work as per Dr. Clark's protocol.
  2. The Zapper outputs between 27 kHz and 33 kHz, 47-53% Duty Cycle, Positive Offset. Some manufacturers use a totally different frequency (for example 2.5 kHz, etc.) but these other frequencies have NOT been approved by Dr. Clark. They may or may not be beneficial. Better to stick to the tried and proven original protocol.
  3. The Zapper uses Copper (Pipe) electrodes. Dr. Clark feels that copper is the least toxic of all metals. She has not approved chrome-plated, stainless-steel, aluminum, or any other metal. Dr. Clark to date has not approved the use of conductive wrist straps (although this may come about in the near future).
  4. 9 Volt Battery operation. Dr. Clark has not approved using either higher voltages, or using Wall Transformers (adapters) for the power supply.
  5. There is an internal diode to protect against reverse battery connection.
  6. If there is an output light (LED) that is illuminates from the actual output signal, and not just a light indicating the battery is connected and the circuit has power to it.

We hope the above information will help you to make an intelligent and informed decision before you buy equipment of this nature. Your comments and feedback are greatly appreciated.

Thank-you and Great Health!

The Teslatech Team


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