A zapper is only as good as its electrodes
For the overall performance of a Beck Zapper, the electrodes have at least the same importance as the zapper electronic circuit itself. Dr. Beck didn’t use standard electrodes, because their profile exceeds the area of the blood vessels.
According to Dr. Beck, the contact area of the zapper electrodes should be compatible to the width of the vessels (have about 1/8 inch or 3 mm width) and not exceed a certain length (3 cm), because otherwise the dissipative currencts become too strong. (inefficient currenct, due to decreased focus).
Use the Electrode gel, which is THE medium for assuring a good electric contact. It is absolutely skin neutral.
Question: If the electrodes are on the same wrist, wouldn’t the electricity will pass at skin level and not go down into the tissues because electricity will take the shortest route and the electrodes are next to each other?
Answer: Not quite so: The blood vessels are right below the skin. When the pulse is chosen for electrode placement, the current goes directly into that vessel’s blood stream. The electrodes don't sit next to each other, but 3.5 to 4.0 cm apart. As one needs to concentrate the electricity on a small area, the electrodes have vessel shape.