The Inhibitor Patent

UNITED STATES PATENT  US 7,228,184 B2  5Jun07  VIRAL-INHIBITING METHODS

Chester A. HEATH, Springville,UT  Lynn G. FOSTER LC,Salt Lake C, UT 22Feb03

ABSTRACT
 A hand-held Viral Inhibitor & related methodology which
 transfer between spaced exposed electrodes an electric
 current signal of reversing polarity through the viral
 laden tissue are disclosed.

FIELD OF INVENTION
 The present invention relates generally to curtailing
 viral phenomenon & more particularly, to viral-inhibiting
 apparatus & methods, which impose an electric current
 signal of reversing polarity upon the viral laden region.

BACKGROUND
 The presence of a virus in a body manifests itself various as fever blisters,
 genital affliction, lesions, warts, growths, etc., with the attending pain,
 burning, irritation, swelling, itching, & embarrassment.

 Because viral infections are often long term & repeat, providing technology
 to inhibit same, immediately & continuously available to afflicted person,
 would be a valuable benefit to individuals specifically & mankind generally.

BRIEF SUMMARY & OBJECTS OF THE PRESENT INVENTION
 The present invention overcomes or substantially alleviates problems of past
 pertaining to inhibiting viral phenomenon, by apparatus & methodology which
 impose an electric current signal of reversing polarity on viral-laden sites.

 With foregoing in mind, it is a primary object to overcome or substantially
 alleviate problems of the past in inhibiting viral phenomenon.

 Another paramount object is to inhibit viral phenomenon using apparatus &
 methodology which impose an electric current signal between electrodes first
 in one direction & then in another direction.

 A further significant object is provision of novel apparatus & methodology
 for inhibiting viral phenomenon, which are immediately & continuously
 available to the person afflicted.

 Another important object is the provision of viral inhibiting apparatus
 having one or more of the following features: hand-held; self operable;
 reduces severity & frequency of the ailment; non-invasive; cost effective;
 low maintenance; long lasting though discardable & replaceable when & if
 contaminated; essentially painless; low power; conserves power; applicable
 to various wave forms; provides rapid transition between signal reversals;
 & solves a long existing unsatisfied need.    12Nov07