Electrodermal Screening

Do you wonder if you are taking the right type and amount of supplements?

 

Do you have food insensitivities? Environmental allergies?

Do you think you have parasites? Candida (yeast)?

Maybe Electrodermal Screening is for you

What is EAV?

Electrodermal Screening (EDS or EAV) is a form of computerized information gathering which is based on physics, not chemistry. A blunt, non-invasive electric probe is placed at specific points on the patient’s hands, face or feet, related to acupuncture points at the beginning or end of energy meridians. Minute electrical discharges from these points serve as information signals about the condition of the body’s organs and systems.  EAV uses a scale of 0 to 100, with a 45-55 being ‘normal’ or ‘balanced’. The main concept is that energy transfers its signal through an acupuncture meridian to the nervous system, with the end result being a cellular pathology.

What do I need to do to prepare for testing?

The primary thing to do is to make sure you are well hydrated. Also, Rose will ask you to remove any metal jewelry, watches, keys, pagers and cellular phones as they may interfere with the results. It is suggested that you not apply hand cream or lotion to either your hands or your feet. It may act as a barrier to accessing acupuncture points.
Electrodermal screening is fast, accurate and painless. Appointments are approximately 2 hours in length. This appointment will measure each point, balance the systems or organs that are not "balanced" with remedies and test your supplements for compatibility.  During that time you will be asked to hold a brass rod in one hand and Rose will measure the points on the hands and feet. Although acupuncture points are used, there are no needles utilized in the testing and it is considered non-invasive.

 

To book this service, click HERE

 

Fee is $160 initial, plan for 2 hours plus additional for remedies.

All fees include HST.

Book Here   |  Text or Call Toll Free 1.888.967.9778

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