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feelbetter
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I just went to a llnd and she did a muscle testing on me ,she found out that I have lyme,co-infection,candida,EBP virus.


Anyone did this test before? Is it accurate?

And she told me that my liver and gallbladder are most affected organ by those bacteria.

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MichaelTampa
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I think probably more reliable than the blood tests. I have found muscle testing to be very useful for a variety of diagnostics and extremely useful for determining treatment.
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I agree with Michael. I've had art testing and kinesiology by 2 different docs. They both came up with the same results. Way cheaper than all those blood tests too.

I like it a lot for diagnostics. I also like it for treatment in the sense that I believe you will only test for something that will ultimately help you, but it was my experience that I tested for lots more meds and at higher doses than my weakened body could handle.

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Doses and priorities for remedies are difficult to test with ART unless the Yin and Yang method and BDORT is included by the practitioner. But even if some practitioners are not using that portion, the results are good and it beats the guessing game.

One also has to remember that not all infections may show at the same first testing. Often it takes cleaning up the system before the body will reveal more. That is the nature of energetic testing. It will reveal what is the most important for the body for the present time.

I was able to heal very well from a very serious case of Lyme only because of energetic testing, ART. It beats shooting darts in the dark not knowing what the body can handle
and really needs and avoid setbacks. Lab tests do not always give that information and/or how to solve an apparent problem. ART tells us what works best for the present time. If you learn at least some of the testing methods, it is even better.

Hope everyone has a beautiful summer day!

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I have no idea what the yin and yang method or BDORT are or if my doc used them. I know the 300 mg of doxy he put me on knocked me on my butt way too much to try the next round of drugs he recommended.
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I just saw a naturalist today who did muscle testing on me. He found that I have babesia and secondary lyme, as well as sensitivity/allergy to milk and wheat.

He says my colon is blocking toxin release (I think that's what he said), and I am overloaded with toxins.

He gave me a ton of herbals and lymphatic support stuff.

I'm still half skeptical about all this stuff, but since I'm getting nowhere with my LLMD treatments, I had to try something else.

Oh, and he talked about some six levels of--I can't recall the word now--homeotoxin or something like that?--that shows how close you are to disease/cancer. Phase I is a good stage to be at, Phase VI is right on the door of getting cancer. His tests show that I am at a Phase V, so we need to get rid of the diseases that I have and get mmy body right again.

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I had it also done and it has been spot on. My lyme doctor set me up to see a nurse who specializes in this kind of testing. The test revealed I had Bartonella.

The test can also inform your doctor of what antibiotics are most effective.


I highly recommend it.

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ART works and only that is what got me well.
Everything else is shooting in the dark.

Read and learn about it. And learn some energetic testing yourself. It is wonderful to be able to help yourself when no one else is available at the moment. Learn to tensor, o-ring test, or pendulum. You will never regret it once you get the hang of it.

Take care.

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It was the best I learned from my lyme journey. I passed from total skeptical to total believer!!!

So, yes, ART helped me immensely, and it still helps me when I need.

It makes healing path MUCH faster, about minimum 10 times faster than merely guessing (I would guess even more than 10!).

It is not 100% accurate, but it is MUCH better than guessing. It saves you time and money. But the best would be to get tested weekly to improve.

Do the treatments as they test, and judge yourself later!!!

OF course, outcomes are practioner dependant. But what treatment is not dependant on the practioner??!

Good luck!

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Agree 100% with GiGi...it is the tool that definatively made the difference between just feeling better for my daughter, to achieving health.
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I had muscle testing by my LLMD after 7 months of omnicef and was told I was cured of lyme, bart and everything.

Then I did DNA ART testing by mail with DR K in WA and was told i had low adrenals, Vit D, need neural treatment on scars, and I show stressors fro lyme babs and mycoplasma pneuomia?

SO now I am on all the things for adrenals and the omnicef. I dont know who to believe but I do know that I am not any better. i am so dizzy I can function and in so much pain that I didnt have to start. If anyone had art done in NYC or Long island can you pm me with the name please.

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DNA ARt testing by mail? what is that never heard of it.

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