The CAFL is a crowd-sourced list of frequencies for treating diseases
The CAFL contains the frequencies from many sources combined into one list. Besides the anecdotal frequencies which can not be found on any other list, it includes early Garvey sets (some which have been converted for use on audio range devices like Rife-Bare machines and EMEMs) as well as more modern frequency sets from researchers such as Don Tunney of Resonant Light Technology and Michael Tigchelaar of TrueRife. A problem with the CAFL is that the sets for even minor maladies can be quite long. However, all frequencies found were included in the hope that at least one in a set would be beneficial.
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