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What Does the Asyra Test?

Dr. Bennett uses the Asyra, which is registered with the FDA as a Class II device, to test over 7,000 issues present in the body. Listed below are the common issues that most people are familiar with. Included in the comprehensive exam are the resonance for the following areas:
•Adrenal Gland
•Appendix
•Arteries/Veins
•Bladder
•Central Nervous System
•Colon
•Connective Tissue
•Eustachian Tube
•Eyes
•Frontal Sinus
•Gallbladder
•Heart
•Hypothalamus Gland
•Joints
•Kidneys
•Large Intestine
•Liver
•Lungs
•Lymphatic System
•Maxillary Sinus
•Pancreas
•Parathyroid Gland
•Peripheral Nervous System
•Pineal Gland
•Pituitary Gland
•Reproductive Organs
•Skin
•Small Intestine
•Sphenoid & Ethmoid Sinus
•Spleen
•Stomach
•Teeth
•Thymus Gland
•Urinary Tract
Once these areas are tested the Asyra goes on to test for many other issues.

In addition to the comprehensive exam the Asyra also tests for the following:
•Allergies (To; pollen, grass, weeds, mold, animal hair/dander, dust, household products, etc.)
•Bacteria (For example; Salmonella, Pertussis, Meningo-coccus, Staph, Strep, Botulism, Meningitis, etc.)
•Chemical Toxicity
•Dental Disturbances
•Dietary Concerns
•Digestive Problems
•Drainage Blockage
•Fatty Tissue Disturbance
•Food Additives
•Food Sensitivities
•Fungus
•Harmful Energies (For example; electromagnetic, microwaves, radioactive exposure, radon gas, ultraviolet rays, x-rays.)
•Heavy Metal Burden (For example; aluminum, lead, mercury, tin, etc.)
•Hormonal Imbalances (Hormones dealing with the following organs; adrenal glands, ovaries-estrogen, progesterone, follicle stimulating hormone, pancreas, brain, etc.)
•Immune System
•Inflammatory Issues
•Mental and Emotional Stress
•Musculo/Skeletal Weakness
•Neurological Imbalances
•Non-Vertebral Misalignments (For example; ankles, coccyx, dental malocclusion, elbows, fingers, feet, hips, knees, sacro-iliac joints, shoulders, toes, wrists, etc.)
•Parasites (For example; fleas, deer tick, lice, malaria, hookworm, body louse, pinworms, tapeworm, etc.)
•pH Imbalance
•Polarity Disturbance
•Respiratory Distress
•Skin Affliction
•Sleep Disturbance
•TMJ Stress
•Thyroid Disturbance
•Trace Mineral Malabsorption (For example; bismuth, cobalt, iodine, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, selenium, sulfur, zinc, etc.)
•Urinary Disorders
•Vaccination Disturbance (For example; childhood illnesses, etc.)
•Vertebral misalignment
•Viruses (For example; chickenpox, cowpox, ebola, Epstein Barr, foot and mouth disease, hepatitis, herpes, leukemia, warts, west nile)
•Female Conditions (For example; pre-menstrual syndrome (PMS), infertility, menopause, hot flashes, night sweats.)
•Male Conditions (For example; infertility, soft erection, frequent urination at night, prostate trouble, etc.)
•Pediatric Conditions (For example; teething, colic, etc.)
•Mineral Deficiencies
•Supplement Deficiencies
Although this is not a complete list of the 7,000 items that are checked in the comprehensive exam, it gives you an idea as to how complete this program is.