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SUBJECT: NUTRITIONAL AUTONOMIC RESPONSE TESTING (NART) -- ANOTHER FORM OF FOOD INTOLERANCE TESTING
From the site: http://www.royalrife.com/nart.html
Nutritional autonomic response testing or NART is a method of muscle testing to determine which tissues are stressed, which are the most stressed, and which supplements are best for the tissue and person. This technology was pioneered by Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt (ART)and Dr. Fred Ulan (NRT) with additions from other sources. Principle: If a tissue is stressed, pressing on the tissue will cause a muscle weakness in the person and in anyone who is touching them. Principle: if a tissue is stressed, placing either the problem or the solution on the body will make the arm strong. (Either mercury or chlorella will make the mercury-stressed tissue test strong.)
1. Test for a strong muscle: NART testing is usually done with the subject reclining on their back. Their legs must not be crossed. The person should be wearing their usual clothing, jewelry, glasses and watch so we can test and see if these are problems. An arm is extended straight up toward the ceiling with the fingers pointing up. The tester applies pressure to the wrist, pushing toward the subject's feet. Pressure is gradually increased over a period of about 2 seconds until the arm either gives or locks. You are feeling for a lock or lack of lock. If there is no lock, use a second person as an indirect tester. Have them stand near and touch the subject and use their horizontal arm instead of the subject's arm. Or, use the items in number 2 below to find the reason for the weakness.
2. Test for open regulation to see if the autonomic nervous system sends adequate signals: Hold your fingers together, arched back. Place the center the palm over either of the subject's ears or the bare navel. The arm should go weak. If it does not go weak, the autonomic nervous system regulation is blocked. This must be corrected before any other test will be valid. Look for:
Food sensitivities. Place a vial of a quality enzyme such as Enriching Gifts Plant Enzymes on or touching the subject and test for open regulation again. When you find the material that opens the regulation, you will need to leave it there for the rest of the test.
Toxic metals. You can use a metals test kit or a vial of chlorella on or touching the subject and test the arm.
Chemicals. You can use chemical vials or either rubbing alcohol or DMSO (either a cause or cure). Or you can use silymarin.
Infections. For this, you can use a thin plastic bag of all your infection remedies.
Scars. (Very common.) If the person has any scars, especially ones that have been sutured, you or they can press on the scar and test. If a woman has had an episiotomy, have them reach back and press on the area. You may be able to keep their regulation open with a vial of wheat germ oil or sesame oil, or other topical scar remedy. Scars can be treated with a small laser or Scenar.
Other possibilities: Black clothing will sometimes cause blocked regulation. A watch, metal glasses frames, other jewelry, a tattoo, or the need for a chiropractic adjustment will sometimes block regulation.
Record your findings. You can use the form at http://www.royalrife.com/NART-findings.pdf
3. Test for switching so see if autonomic nervous system messages are sent accurately or if they are skewed or reversed: On either hand, have them touch the tip of the pinky finger to the tip of the thumb. Test an arm. It should stay strong. Then test the other hand. If either test fails, they are switched. Check all the items in number 2 above. If both sides fail, the person is double switched. This is often an autoimmune problem. You may be able to unswitch them with items above, or with a sample of their own saliva, or with cetyl myristoleate (a good remedy for auto- immune problems). The material that corrects switching must be left on them for the rest of the test.
4. It is now time to test individual tissues. If you have vials on them due to blocking or switching, some stressed tissues will not test now. At http://www.royalrife.com/tissues.gif there is a diagram with some organ and tissue test points. You can test any tissue by pressing on it. One of the most important points is for hiatal hernia. It is not on the diagram. To test for this, find the point that is 2 inches below the bottom of the breastbone and press in and headword at an angle. Test the arm. Probably more than half of those with health issues have a hiatal hernia and it causes much stress in the body. For scars or skin problems, press directly on the tissue. Record the tissues that are stressed.
5. Prioritize: So now you have a list of organs and tissues that are stressed. Now the person being tested takes the hand that is not being used for testing uses the thumb and forefinger to touch themself in the hollow under the collarbone where the collar bone meets the breastbone. These are the K- 27 points in acupuncture. To find the points, follow the bottom edge of the collarbones in to where they meet the breastbone. While the subject holds these points, you test the stressed points again. Now, only the most stressed point or points will test. This is the priority point(s) that we will use to determine supplements to be used. Have them release the K-27 points. Record your findings.
6. Check for food sensitivities. Place containers of common food allergens on them or touching them and check to see if the arm goes weak. You cannot do this if you are using enzymes to correct blocking or switching because that will likely prevent the arm from going weak. Common allergens are wheat, oats, corn, soy, milk, egg and sugar. If they react to wheat, try sprouted wheat or spelt. If they react to most foods, it will be hard to eliminate everything. They need a good enzyme and possibly betaine hydrochloride as a stomach acid replacement. Decide on your program and remove the supplements unless they are needed to correct blocking or switching. Record your findings.
7. We are ready to test the priority point for the other stressors. Test the priority point with each of the other stressors listed above under number 2. If they have a heavy metal problem, you can decide on treatment and record your findings. I prefer chlorella and Platinum Plus Essential Amino Acids. Almost all who have health issues have some degree of digestive failure. The result is that they do not have adequate free amino acids. They are protein starved at the amino acid level even if they live on steak. This amino acid formula makes it possible for the body to make metallothionein that the body uses to transport minerals and also toxic metals. I believe this is by far the safest and most effective way to remove metals. The amino acids also make it possible for them to make neurotransmitters and countless other necessary materials. Determine your heavy metal program and then take the supplements away. Record your findings.
If there is a chemical issue, decide on the supplement (such as silymarin), remove it and record your findings. If there is an infection issue, decide on the supplement then remove the treatment and record your findings.
8. Prioritize supplements: You now have a list of possible supplements. Place them all on or touching the person. At this point, you do not need to touch the stressed tissue. Test the arm to make sure that the whole combination tests ok. Then have them touch the K-27 points again to give us priority mode. Now take one of your remedies away. Test the arm. If the arm goes weak, bring the item back. If the arm stays strong when you take it away, bring it back and re-test. If the arm goes weak, eliminate it. Using this priority mode, you can determine if the body really wants a supplement, or if it can be eliminated. In this way you can keep their supplement program as simple as possible. You can test frequencies by running a wire from a frequency source across the person's body. Skin contact is not necessary for testing. Re-check all tissues and organs that were previously found to be stressed to make sure that the nutritional program takes care of them too.
Other important concepts:
Two pointing is a useful technique. Let's say you have found that they have a stressed gallbladder. Press on the gallbladder and the arm goes weak. You have also noticed that if they press on their hysterectomy scar the arm goes weak. So we have them press on their scar and we press on the gallbladder at the same time and the arm goes strong! This shows that the scar is causing or contributing to the gallbladder problem.
Teeth are a problem for most people. For most, if you press on upper or lower teeth or gums, the arm crashes. You can help the body heal cavitations and also seal fillings so that they stop leaking mercury with this TBM technique: Take a flat magnet and put the negative/north face on the cheek. Shine a small laser pointer through the fillings, teeth and gums toward the laser. Do about 10 seconds per tooth. Keep the laser away from eyes. The fillings will be sealed until they have them polished again. The teeth should now test strong.
Fixing hiatal hernias and other problems. If you fix a hiatal hernia, the body may be so happy that no other tissues will test as stressed for the rest of the session. Save this and other corrections for the end of the session.
Thyroid and adrenal issues: If the person has a low temperature, or the thyroid or adrenals test weak, be aware that the majority of adrenal issues involve excess cortisol. "Adrenal exhaustion" is less common. Consider testing for a need for Biotics ADHS which reduces cortisol, and for Biotics Meda-Stim which aids conversion of T4 to the active T3. Excess cortisol prevents this conversion. http://www.royalrife.com/hypothyroid.html is more on this. Most Americans have an iodine deficiency.
Dianne Jacobs Thompson Est. 2003
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