Muscle Testing

When dealing with illness or lack of health, our motto is: “Don’t Guess, Muscle Test!”

About Muscle Testing

Muscle testing, also called Applied Kinesiology, has been used by various health practitioners to help find food sensitivities, organ disturbances, infections, or any weakness in the body. It is also used to determine what supplements or herbal remedies will work.

As a Master Herbalist and founder of Herbs4You, Amy Willis, has been using simple muscle testing methods for over 10 years. Through muscle testing, she has effectively found the right course of treatment to heal herself of pneumonia without antibiotics, find food sensitivities in clients, help identify thyroid and adrenal weaknesses, and much more. She has gleaned technique and information from seven different health care practitioners who use AK, including an MD, and her methods have shown to be around 95% accurate according to previous blood work done.  

Through muscle testing and consultation, Amy can help you find the underlying problem that is affecting your well-being. At a consultation, Amy can test the strength of different organs and glands, check for vitamin and mineral deficiencies, test for bacteria, viral, parasite, or yeast infections, and more. 

The Cost of Muscle Testing is Quite Reasonable

  • ADULTS are $45 for the first appointment. Follow-up based on time: 0-25 minutes $25; 26-40 minutes $35; 41 to 60 minutes $50.
  • CHILDREN ages 12-18 is $20 per appointment.
  • CHILDREN ages 2-11, is $15 per appointment.
  • CHILDREN 1 & under are still FREE! 

Benefits of Muscle Testing

The principles of AK are similar to how a lie-detector works. Lie detectors measure minute changes, such as, muscular contractions, pulse, body heat, and moisture. Through the skill of the technician, he is able to determine when a person is lying or telling the truth, because our body has a physiological response.

Likewise, through muscular weakness, muscle-testing is able to help determine several things, such as food sensitivities, where there is weakness in the body, infections, what supplements help or hurt the body, and organ weakness. A practitioner may use different methods, and their ability may vary, but the underlying principles of AK remain similar.

Muscle testing will find underlying causes of problems that most of the time, allopathic medicine will pass over. For instance, I’ve had several clients show a thyroid weakness, even though blood tests were within normal range. Another example is, when a person has a hard time sleeping, the problem could be liver, thyroid, adrenal, or hormonal. Muscle testing will help identify which of these could be the underlying cause. This can be true with obesity, frequent infections, fatigue, indigestion, intestinal pains, etc. as well.

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