The Detox Box Rife Frequency Machine Sales are Strong

Tower Electronics is reporting very strong recent sales for The Detox Box, which is a high quality “Rife frequency machine” that is gaining popularity in the alternative health care industry. This fifth-generation instrument is expected to greatly increase the number of home users of Rife machines, many of which are now being sold through chiropractors, acupuncture clinics, and other alternative healthcare professionals.

The Detox Box Rife Frequency Machine Sales are Strong
Huntington Beach, CA, May 26, 2008 --( Tower Electronics, a 5-year old precision instrument company that specializes in Rife frequency machines, is seeing a dramatic increase in the demand for their best-selling product “The Detox Box.” Partially responsible for this trend is the rising popularity of home detoxification products.

“You see a lot about detoxifying on television all of a sudden,” says President Dave Arthur. “Late night infomercials selling foot pads or foot bath machines, alternative healthcare professionals on talk shows stressing the benefits of cleaning toxins; it’s all contributing to a rising public awareness.”

But the demand for The Detox box isn’t just from health nuts looking to clean their system of toxins, according to Arthur. He goes on to explain that baby boomers are retiring in droves, and one thing many of them have in common are troublesome health conditions that their doctors aren’t fixing - so they are desperate to try anything that might work. “The alternative health field is booming,” he adds, “and that’s a trend that’s likely to continue into the foreseeable future. A lot of our customers are fed up with the mainstream healthcare system and are discovering for them selves that many common maladies can be treated with frequencies.”

As an example, a recent customer of theirs lives in Michigan and was tired of driving forty miles twice per week to his chiropractor’s office for frequency treatments (that helped his Fibromyalgia). The $1795 retail price for The Detox Box may seem steep at first glance, but at $60 per session with the chiropractor it won’t take him very long to come out ahead by purchasing his own Rife machine – especially when factoring in the cost of gas these days.

Rife frequency machines are the modern day manifestation of Dr. Royal Raymond Rife’s work in the 1920’s and 1930’s. After inventing the world’s first virus microscope, Dr. Rife discovered that all microorganisms are oscillating at specific resonant frequencies. By isolating the frequencies of bad microbes and unwanted growth cells, he realized that they could be destroyed by simply applying their own frequency to them and turning up the intensity. Because the surrounding good tissue and friendly microbes present in the body resonate at much different frequencies and are naturally insulated, they are not affected. (This method is not FDA approved and has its skeptics.)

“While we have many customers who are very happy using The Detox Box to treat a wide range of common health complaints, we stress that the primary benefit is of general detoxification,” says Arthur. “By cleaning your toxins on a regular basis you keep your immune system stronger and more equipped to fight off disease.” It has been speculated that home detoxification will become the most important preventative health measure in the 21st century by some health professionals. Small companies like Tower Electronics are positioned nicely for such an eventuality.

About The Detox Box

The Detox Box generates more than 250 frequencies and comes preprogrammed with 453 auto-code sessions for one-touch operation. The user holds two stainless steel cylinders in their hands, or attaches two reusable electrode pads to their arms or legs for hands-free use. It can be purchased through many chiropractors, acupuncturists, and other alternative healthcare clinics, or purchased directly for $1795 from their website at The product has a 30-day unconditional money-back guarantee and comes with a full 5-year warranty.

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Andrew Kasch