So after you do that, the weak muscles should now test strong and the grip test should not elicit weakness again. If not, you can test another remedy. Maybe they need ubiquinol, ribose, magnesium, something like that. Okay, so we’re going to practice, but let me bring Russ up here again. Let me demonstrate. Now it’s important to remember that if somebody – if we’re going to workshop, if somebody in your group is in weakness, is in parasympathetic [atonia] — 15 more minutes — you can’t do this test. Okay, because if they already start out weak and then you have them squeezed, you can’t tell anything.
Okay. So we will hand out these, so people can test. Okay, so we’re going to do the test again, hold this arm up, hold tight, now we’re using the left arm, it’s good to let them use their dominant hand for the grip test. So he’s nice and strong. Now we can use a dynamometer or you can use your tooth. All right. So I get my timer. Okay, Russ, squeeze moderately hard. Now moderately hard. Okay, now close the eyes, open the eyes. So if you know your patient is positive, you want to lock in that weakness right away and then what you’ll find, hold his arm up, hold tight, he will be weak everywhere. Okay, so his left ventricular weakness here is systemic, really neat thing to do. It works very well. Now we can therapy localize a treatment, so you can put this on his energy field, you have to put it in your pocket and just see if we’re on the right track. Hold tight. He goes super strong and then you can take out your product, go ahead and drop it on. Let’s do the left – elbow crease here. Such a direct relationship but inguinal crease is also highly vascular. So we use either.
Okay, so now you can have him retest, so hold on. So everything is okay. So tell him — squeeze moderately hard, oh, strong up to 40. Usually people stay about 20 or 30, okay, stop. All right. Then we test again, hold tight. And that no longer causes stress in his left ventricle. Okay, so that’s the way you test, he’s strong. Now of course, so let’s consider notatum, I’d also want to go into the heart relationship again to see if there’s other issues, check to make sure since it was the notatum which is an antibacterial that helped him to see if that’s any kind of focal infections in the mouth, but I doubt it but maybe a tonsil, maybe something else. Lot of us dentists and doctors have problems with the very thing that we’re working on. So, okay Russ, thank you.
All right. So let’s — very good job – so we have 10 minutes to very quickly break up into groups, doctor, patient, teacher. Doctor will test the strong indicator muscle, have the patient do the grip test, squeezed the ball. If it’s positive, then do it again and then quickly lock it in and then test to see if the notatum tests positive if that’s a good treatment for you and then repeat the grip test, it should not weaken the indicator muscle.
Okay, so let’s break up, you got like seven minutes. Quickly.
I have some more. Here you guys, here’s – squeeze, it doesn’t matter which hand, yeah.
Okay, all right. Let’s have a seat and we will wrap up. Thank you, so I thought everybody had a sample in their pocket. Okay, so first of all, good enthusiastic group here, we’re actually running on schedule. Okay, some comments about the muscle testing and the test. One of the main things that was missing is people. I went through this too fast quickly lock in this weakness. So you know the patient has some kind of left ventricle issue, they went weak, have them redo it again. As soon as they finish that 15 seconds close the eyes, open the eyes and their all left ventricle, just like their all tooth, every muscle in their body is weak that left ventricle is displaying. Then you can see how to help them be a better athlete or find a focal infection or test for particular products, do all kinds of diagnosis and treatment at the time.
There were some tests to talk about, it’s difficult sometimes to test a strong indicator muscle, use a big shoulder muscle or use a more specific muscle like the supraspinatus 30 degrees in front of the body, that’s what the applied kinesiologists do and they are such excellent muscle testers. So it’s a more specific muscle, more precise, more able to see obvious strength versus weakness. But overall everybody caught on really well and I saw some great testing.
So conclusion, rheumatic disease, illnesses of streptococcal origin are still quiet pandemic, but they’re just not diagnosed except through us. Dental cleaning, dental drilling, extraction obviously causes transient bacteremia. Is that a big deal? Well, yes, if you have underlying dental and tonsil focal infections or heart disease, and it can worsen these areas or any part in the body that’s a disturbed rheumatic field. What’s a rheumatic field? An area where strep bacteria likes to reside.