I was doing a muscle test called kinesiology last week. Someone became interested and asked me about the yeast test method. Basically, it is a test performed by a naturopath or herbalist who will pull on your muscle and determine the strength of the bond. You have to hold the herbs against your body and hold your thumb and index finger together while he determines. If the two fingers come off easily, then your body does not need this, and if the two fingers are difficult to separate, then your body needs them.
I found that the herbalist I use is much better than the naturopath. The prescription my naturopath gave me made me sick and it was not a death. He also did not recognize my situation as a Candida problem even though I came to him for that very reason and told him emphatically that was why I was there. All I really wanted from the naturopath was the Great Smokies stool test. I may go back to the naturopath for more tests later, but I feel very confident with the herbalist who also does iridology. In fact, last week he let me look into my eyes through his high-powered magnifying glasses and was surprised to see how “green” my brown eyes were around the edges. I’ve done a lot of cleaning and apparently it’s working.
What does muscle testing have to do with Candida? In reality, muscle tests don’t diagnose a problem, they only help prescribe the remedy, so to speak. Iridology is really what it helped diagnose. What really has something to do with Candida is colostrum. Colostrum kills tons of things, including yeast. The stool test I did showed that I had high levels of certain pathogenic bacteria and the colostrum will kill this too.