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Which Test Kits Should I Buy?
We sell over 60 test kits and, if you bought them all, it would cost you over GB pounds 1500 (US Dollars 3000). Occasionally people do this, but for most it is not an option. So the question I often get asked is: Which kits should I buy first?
There's no single answer to this, but I can give some guidance by asking you questions:
Do you have a method for correcting any problems you find? If not, the first thing I suggest you do is buy the Energy Mismatch book and read that. (To use this book you need to have some method of testing, e.g. kinesiology or EAV.)
What type of people are you working with? If the answer is children, I suggest you buy Food Additive A , Food Additive B and Vaccination kits. If you mainly work with women, the best kits to buy are probably Hormones and Body Biochemicals 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5.
What interests you? There are probably lots of different ways to achieve the same results with people, even just thinking in terms of test kits. So, if you're fascinated by allergy problems, think about buying Food A , B and C, Food Additives A and B, Chemical and Inhalants , Industrial and Environmental 1 and 2. (If you can't afford them all at once, I suggest you leave Food B and C till last, as it's relatively easy to get people to bring these sort of samples in.) If you're interested in 'bugs', consider Parasites 1 and 2, Virus, Bacteria and Fungus 1 and 2. If you like working with flower remedies, check out Maui, and the Earth Energies.
Do you feel that some particular problem is crucial to ill health? If you feel that no matter what the problem, it's important to get nutrition sorted out, choose Digestive Enzymes , Nutrition 1 and the Common Metals Kits. If your training and reading emphasise the importance of Candida, you will probably want to buy the Fungus 1 and 2 kits, which has 3 different types of Candida in it.
Are you drawn to a particular test kit? Sometimes people say they feel drawn to a particular test kit without being able to explain why. If you feel this way, I suggest you buy the kit whatever it is.
Alternatively you could buy the post popular kits. Here's our top ten kits for this last year:
Occasionally I talk to people who spend months trying to decide which test kits to buy, rather than taking the plunge and buying 1 or 2. I hope this will give you some ideas to get you started.
Click here to download the full test kit info as a searchable PDF document - please be patient it may take a while to download as it's such a big document.