Parasite Testing Through Kinesiology
I was at a loss as to where to go from here. I hadn’t a clue what to try next. I got the impression I’d exhausted all areas with regards to further tests with my doctor. I’d practically given up in that department. What more could I say? When a doctor is telling you, you’ve exhausted just about every avenue, what more is there to say?
I decided to try kinesiology. I’d heard about it but didn’t know much about it so I did a little research. I was skeptical but I had to give it a go. What was there to lose?
I began seeing a male practioner who practised the kinesiology technique. I’d given him a detailed summary of my symptoms, how long I’d been ill etc. (He had a string of letters behind his name, MBChB MD DRCOG DFFP DipPsych, and he was also a General Practitioner (private).
I found the kinesiology technique rather strange. I couldn’t grasp it at all. Applied kinesiology uses diagnostic muscle tests in conjunction with standard examination procedures to determine the causes of health problems. The arm of the patient is used in the technique. I had to lie on my back with my right arm raised upright in the air. If a substance being tested on you is in harmony with your energy system (that is, if it does not disrupt or weaken your energy), the muscle will remain strong or “locked” whereby your arm will remain upright. But if the substance is not in harmony, the muscle will feel weak, whereby your arm will fall gently down to your side. That was my interpretation of how it worked.
Parasite slides were also used to test on me in order to determine whether I was suffering from parasites. (I was certain that this was at the root of my health issues).
Very early on my practitioner determined I was suffering from parasites, in more ways than one. I was advised that it would be pertinent for me to have my amalgams removed as I was showing toxicity to mercury and mercury assists parasites. If I was to get rid of the parasites, the amalgams had to go. I was really taken aback by this. I’d never even considered this as being part of my health issues. But I had to take it into consideration if I was going to become well again and ………..it was going to be very costly!
I was put in touch with an Integrated Dental Practice who SPECIALISED in the removal of amalgams. This was very important. The removal of mercury fillings is hazardous and precautions need to be put in place. I was happy with the choice of dentist and the procedure took a period of approximately 3 months to complete as I only had 2 amalgams removed at a time. I had 8 in total. The total cost for this procedure was nearly £1,200. I also had to take chlorella, a green tablet which helped remove the mercury from my body. It tasted disgusting. I took this, if I remember correctly, for a period of about 6 months.
The main health issues that my kinesiology practitioner diagnosed was ascaris. It was in my small bowel. He used parasite slides to determine what parasites I had. I can’t elaborate much on how he does this because it still confuses me to this day but the fact he had ‘diagnosed’ a parasite, that was good enough for me because I had said all along my health issues were parasite related. It’s only over this last couple of months, to the present day, that I’ve come to realise that I may also be suffering from bartonella and babesia microti, (co-factors of lyme disease). I was bitten by about 20 years ago. I cannot be certain whether I still have these infections. Only recently have I been going through old invoices I had from this practitioner that I did a bit of research on these infections. I didn’t have internet access back then so researching stuff was extremely difficult. I relied on my practitioner to deal with it. I was never made to feel concerned about these infections. I didn’t even know what harm they could do to the body. I don’t even remember being briefed about them or having any cause for concern. I felt I was in good hands and I would be treated for them. So I do wonder whether these infections are still present with regards to my health issues. I do feel rather foolish not having researched them more but from viewing my invoices, on the latter visits, they don’t appear to be present in the treatment plan I was on.
With regards to the ascaris problem, I was prescribed ParaX. I took this for a month but it didn’t do anything for my symptoms. My practitioner would “ask” my body what it wanted. From what I interpreted, he was telling me that sometimes some drugs don’t work because it’s being blocked. I never understood this really. He would then ask my body what it wanted and how much of the dose was required. It felt a bit like a guessing game.
I was then prescribed albendazole, my body seemed to want it. It’s a chosen drug for many types of worm, ascaris being one of them. He’d also ask my body how much of the drug it needed. I found it all very strange. Anyway, I took the drug and completed the course but…… my symptoms still persisted. On my next visit I was put on a further course of the albendazole for a longer duration but my symptoms still persisted. I also hadn’t passed anything in the toilet either which gave me an indication it wasn’t working.
I saw him, in total, over a period of 11 1/2 months, just short of a year. I started off seeing him quite regularly, sometimes twice a month. But, because of the distance (170 miles between us), this proved to be very difficult. It was also costing me a fortune for his services. I was paying anything up to £150 a visit, and more. The most expensive invoice I received was for £338 which shocked me but, I had to pay. Over the whole period of seeing this practitioner I parted with about £3,500. I couldn’t go on like this. Nothing I was prescribed was barely touching my symptoms. Yes, at times, I’d feel better but it just seemed whatever I took only suppressed my symptoms. You can’t put a price on your health but I had concerns when I was paying out all this money and the treatment wasn’t benefiting me. I decided I had no choice but to call it a day with this practitioner. :roll:
Perhaps you have a local health directory you could search through? Perhaps search alternative health therapies? You could also try searching online, perhaps search for kinesiology practitioners in your area.
If it's parasites your concerned about, if you do happen to locate someone, I'd ask if they had a full set of parasite slides as I would think this would be necessary. Whatever is concerning you health-wise you could drop them a line and asks some questions with regards to kinesiology and health.
All the best.
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