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Re: can applied kinesiology be used to detect parasites?

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Re: can applied kinesiology be used to detect parasites?

Thanks ozoneman!! I will make an appointment with my doctor shortly. But when asking the questions "does the person have [this parasite]?" should he use the common or scientific name? I would think scientific as it is more specific, rather than "does this person have a tapeworm" it would be better to ask "does this person have [whatever the scientific name for a pig Tapeworm is]" Also Invincible mentioned that testing could only be done IF the doctor has a parasite test kit, which I belive he does not (he only has NAET kits as far as I am aware), however he has done many tests on me without using vials/subtances and just asking questions. Maybe I should print out the list Invincible posted and give it to the doctor to test with. I especially want to be sure I do not have the parasites that invade the brain. I am VERY, VERY SCARED of them and that is the main reason I am asking so many questions.

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