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katrinab
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Has anyone heard if biomeridian testing or qxci testing?
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Judie
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Here's what Andrew Weil has to say:

http://www.drweil.com/drw/u/QAA400693/Is-Having-a-Biomeridian-Stress-Test-Worthwhile.html

I had similar testing awhile back. The diagnoses was inaccurate for me and I wasted a bunch of money and time.

Who knows, it might work for some, but it didn't for me.

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We did EAV testing for my son. Electro acupuncture according to Vole. QXCI testing seems to use Vole as one of it's source materials.

Not sure about 8000 substances in 3 minutes, seems a lot to be accurate on.

EAV is biomeridian testing, but much more low-fi. The practitioner tests pathogens and remedies one at a time.

We had very accurate results that really helped determine what treatment would best help the stage of healing my son was at.

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Biomeridian testing was not accurate for me. Part of it may be the practioner, too.

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