introduction to Dr. clark research association
After graduating in biology and getting a Ph D in physiology, native Canadian Dr. Hulda Clark turned to naturopathy from 1958 onward. She got a degree as a natural health professional at the Clayton College. Her motivation for research and development was to design methods and equipment that enable everyone to get rid of their diseases.
For 44 years, Dr. Clark worked with patients and published her numerous findings on the true causes of physical disorders in eight books. She particularly focused on environmental toxins and parasites, which she considered to play an essential role in pathogenesis.
With the help of a test device developed by her – the so-called Syncrometer – she for instance found out that every cancer involves a specific liver parasite and the presence of a solvent called isopropyl alcohol in the body. Based on these findings, she continued to design methods and equipment in order to offer sick people an alternative way of treating their problems. For example, her findings led to a device called the “Zapper”. Ever since, this small frequency device has enjoyed much popularity and paved the way to a new approach to frequency-based medicine.
Her many findings from years of research form the base of an extensive therapeutic concept that numerous therapists, natural health professionals and physicians all over the world apply most successfully today. This approach involves the targeted cleansing of the most important detoxification organs (kidneys, liver, bowels) through targeted cleansing protocols, the elimination of parasites, frequency applications and avoiding exposure to environmental toxins. In line with the latter, Dr. Clark always advocated that food supplements should be as pure as possible.