The Clark Zapper is not intended for use in the cure, mitigation, treatment, or prevention of any disease; not intended to affect the structure of any function of the body; not intended for medical or therapeutic purpose. All information is for educational purposes only. Do not experiment with a zapper if pregnant or wearing a pacemaker. Talk with a health professional before attempting any complementary self health program.


Dr. Clark's Alleged Cure-all, the Zapper, thought to be effective against bacteria, viruses, parasites and mites. Not approved by the FDA, used by many for boosting the immune system in fighting cancer, AIDS and other immune deficiencies and ailments. Cannot be sold or advertised as a medical device in the United States.
Modern Miracle or Internet Hoax?   

Lately there has been a lot of fascination with the old Cure Alls and traveling medicine shows of days gone by. There are many people who would like to believe in some magic elixir that could cure all their ills. Because of this, there is a lot of regulation that is required to keep people safe from those who would take advantage of them.

But what happens when society finds something to be beneficial, and it gets caught in the net that was created to only remove the riff-raff? This is what seems to be happening to the Zapper in my opinion. The device is extremely important in my life, and I believe that it has helped me and my family in many ways. Because the device is not licensed for use on humans or animals, it is slowly being taken off the market. My psychic prediction for the near future is that Zappers will get harder and harder to find, so people need to learn how to make them so the technology is not lost. Maybe in a few decades from now the world will be ready, and turn to frequencies as one of the many possible health solutions to choose from.


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Welcome to the Zapper Museum. We are proud to bring you our collection of Clark Zappers. Bio-electric research has been conducted  for years by scientists all over the world, but very little is known about bio-electric research by the average person and the public at large.

The theory behind most of these devices begins with the fact that all things living or inanimate have a unique frequency or wave that each emits. Many people have seen a singer break a crystal glass by singing a note. The singer destroyed the glass by singing its unique resonate frequency.

Several research scientists have studied common pathogens, and the unique resonate frequencies that kill each one. The electronic schematic design of several frequency-generating devices designed to emit subtle pulses that may sweep the body clean of invading pathogens have been made available to the public to experiment with since 1993.

Several zappers have been on the open market, made by many different companies, with many different interesting designs. Most common are the zappers based on the research and books by Hulda Clark PhD, ND. The Clark Zapper is a frequency generator that emits a 30,000 Hz positive offset square wave powered by a common 9 volt battery. One holds on to the two handles (add a layer of wet paper towel to add conductivity), and then turns the device on for three 7 minute sessions with a 20 minute break in between each session. There are several on line forums where users of the Clark Zapper hail its effectiveness for all kinds of ailments from battling cancer to fighting off the common cold.

The zapper is a controversial device, and there are just as many websites that are against the Clark Zapper as those that support them. It has a lot of opposition from the medical establishment. Any device that is a one-time cost of about $100 that could actually replace many uses for antibiotics would gain a lot of opposition. It may even have the power to unbalance the world's economy if it became the next big health trend. Our nation's economy, for the most part, is based on pharmaceuticals and petroleum.

Because the zapper's schematic is considered public domain, anyone can produce their own variety of Clark Zapper exactly how Dr. Hulda Clark designed it herself, or modify it with a timer, low battery light, or other convenience. Zappers are affordable to build, and only require a few common electronic components one could buy locally at Radio Shack to create the simple circuit at home. A Zapper is a basic Frequency Generator set to a 30,000 Hz Positive Offset Square Wave. It is powered by a regular 9 volt battery. This website gives a brief history and overview on the various zappers that have been, and are still available, on the market today, and some unique homemade zappers as well.

The Zapper Museum makes no claim for the zapper's effectiveness. Every person and situation is unique. Be sure to let your doctor know that you plan to experiment with a Clark Zapper. If you are interested in experimenting with a zapper, please remember that although there have been no reports of harm from using a zapper, they have not been tested by the FDA or AMA on humans or animals. If you are pregnant, or wearing a pacemaker, please do not experiment with using a zapper. Click the links below for more information on the research and work of self health pioneer, Dr. Hulda Clark.

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The Zapper - Modern Miracle or Internet Hoax?
Only You Can Decide!

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See photos of Timer Zappers, Mini-Zappers, The Original B-Zapper, Plate Zapper, The Zappicator, Syncrometer, Homemade Zappers, Pet Zappers and More!

  All information is for educational purposes only. The Hulda Clark Zapper is not a medical device, it has not been licensed for use on humans or animals and is considered only as an experimental device. Dr. Clark's statements have not been corroborated by other scientists nor evaluated by the FDA. Not intended to replace medical care, diagnose, treat, prevent, mitigate or cure disease. We believe in the individual's informed right to choose their own health care methods. As always, consult with a health professional before attempting any self health program. Thank you from your friends at the Zapper Museum.