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"MRT or Muscle Testing"
Learning the basics

  Testing for quality and needs
  Testing for dosage
  Mechanical Tests
  9 Main Reflexes and Specific Nutrients Points
  Blood Pressure & Stroke
  Eyes Reflexes
  Thyroid and Adrenals



Pineal gland
A mall gland that produces melatonin.
The production of melatonin is inhibited when light strikes the retina.
The pineal gland receives nerve fibers from the peripheral autonomic nervous system.

Meniere's Disease
A disease of the inner ear characterized by vertigo, tinnitus, and fluctuating hearing loss often accompanied by fullness in the affected ear.

Yeast Infection
Yeast normally grows in harmless amounts in the vagina, rectum, digestive tract and mouth. When your system is out of balance, these organisms may grow profusely, causing burning, itching and discomfort.
In the vaginal tract, candidiasis, or yeast infection, may cause a thick, white discharge which may look like cottage cheese and smell like bread, although no discharge may be apparent.

It can also be transmitted and retransmitted from your sexual partner, as the yeast may live under the foreskin.
Yeast infection is commonly recurrent.

Common causes include:

  • Hormonal changes due to pregnancy or
  • Hormonal changes before monthly periods
  • Taking hormones or birth control pills
  • Taking antibiotics (especially "broad spectrum" ones)
  • Taking steroid medicines, such as prednisone
  • Having elevated blood sugar such as found in uncontrolled diabetes
  • Vaginal intercourse (especially with inadequate lubrication)
  • Douching

In babies, yeast may grow in the mouth and cause white spots on the inside of the cheeks called thrush. If breastfeeding, the thrush may then infect the breasts of the nursing mother causing pain and/or bleeding.