Preliminary Data for the Super Patch

Dr. Rima’s Notes and Considerations for Super Patch Clinical Studies

I do not like claims that are not supported by data.  They irritate me. If you are going to assert that something has an real life impact, and if you want me to use that something, I will listen if and only if you can show me some reason to believe that you are not just blowing smoke up my tail pipes or that you believe something without proof.

(Now, emotions are another story, but I am talking about physiology and physical world stuff, especially health related stuff.)

And I certainly will not recommend something without a powerful reason to do so.

So, a while back, I began sharing information on Super Patch technology, preliminary to further clinical research because I understood the science behind it and had confirmation from my early exploration of the Super Patches that they were, unlike some things we are supposed to believe in, actually safe and effective! You can find them here:

A whole lot of people have tried it with some considerable number happy with the results..  For those whose results are not so satisfying, there is a 30 day money-back guarantee (I am not aware of anyone who has returned any of the patches, by the way, out of hundreds of people).

Well, there is a Super Patch called “Defend” which is designed to support the normal structure and function of your immune system.  And while I was willing to believe that it might, for reasons discussed in previous articles. * I did not have any compelling data that it does – until now.

The first three pictures are reported to be the live blood analysis of a person BEFORE the application of the Defend Super Patch.  The second group of three pictures are reported to be the live blood analysis of the same person immediately AFTER its application.

You do not need to know anything about Darkfield microscopy to see that the first pictures are full of clumped, jagged and stuck-together cells.  You can be sure that is not what healthy blood looks like.

Then the Defend patch was applied and another live blood analysis on the same patient was immediately done.

Suddenly, the picture is different.  The blood cells are much less stuck, much more round and uniform. There are a couple of white cells that look just the way they should.  Things are definitely moving in the right direction – and the only thing that changes as the absence, and then the presence, of the Defend Super Patch. That is very, very impressive, to say the least. It suggests formal clinical trials might show a powerful biofeedback mechanism helping things move in the right direction. It might verify that a major part of the immune system, the blood, exhibited normal structure.

What we cannot say is that every aspect of the immune system suddenly was in perfect balance.  We did not test other factors, so we cannot speculate on them.

We can say, however, that the rapid, dramatic and otherwise unaccountable change in the live blood analysis of this patient makes a case for a beneficial impact of the body’s biofeedback response via use of the patch.

If you have immune challenges, or you do not want to have immune challenges, I would suggest you visit and try out the Defend Super Patches.  If you do not feel that they are working for you, return them for a refund.

My guess is that you might be quite happy that you gave them a try.

You know, it just occurred to me that if I had a kid going to school or a parent in a care facility, or if I were concerned about myself at work, or whatever, I would certainly want to layer on the protection I currently have with a totally non-toxic data patch.

How about you?

Yours in health and freedom,

Rime E. Laibow, MD

PS:  I am eager to hear from you regarding your Super Patch experiences.  That will help me and my team construct effective clinical studies of this new technology. Contact me at or join the Dr. Rima Super Patch Kids group on Telegram where people are sharing their experiences with the Super Paches.

Not intended to treat, prevent, mitigate or cure any medical or psychological condition, or to support or sustain human life, or to prevent impairment of human health; for self-education purposes only.

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One thought on “Preliminary Data for the Super Patch

  1. That is quite remarkable. My son has adhd and he’s thinking about trying the Super Patch for that since meds don’t work.

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