The abea new patient flow
If you want to really help patients, understand why and where energy is being lost. Measuring energy is at the heart of abea and also at the center of Chinese Medicine Philosophy. In the Chinese Medicine system, organs hold an electrical charge like a battery.
The new patient flowchart
The following will help you better understand how to use the abea technique with the introductory patient visit.
1. Begin with the Core Kit (Basic Organs | Glands | Tissues)
Place the open kit either next to the patient or on their abdomen. Touch each vial one by one and remove the vials that create a change in arm strength.
Place the vials you remove next to the patient on the table.
2. Find the focus vial
Place the priority vial on the patient and touch the active vials (that you removed from the previous step) which are now next to the patient on the table. All will go strong except one. The vial that goes weak is the FOCUS vial for this exam.
If you have more than one vial still show weak then add the BL B/L27 vial WITH the priority vial to find the one vial that tests weak. Now you have identified the Focus vial. (or the patients weakest link)
3. Environmental Factors (Food | Toxins | Pathogens)
Place the FOCUS vial on patients's abdomen and begin testing the environmental factors. Start with Food and pull out any vials that cause a change in arm strength. Set the pulled vial(s) aside.
Test the Toxins Kit in the same way you did the Foods Kit by pulling any vials that make the arm strength change. If you find more than one vial use the Priority vial to determine which vial is more important.
Test to see if Parotid PMG or Chelaco will work to bind and eliminate the toxin. If one or both work keep the bottles out but set aside for now. Keep the Toxin vials out but set aside.
4. Pathogen & M/S/G Pathogen Kits
Test the Pathogen and M/S/G Pathogen kits the same way you did the Food/Toxin kit. Remove any vials that cause a change in the arm strength. Prioritize if you have more than one vial.
Find the product(s) that are effective against those pathogens. Keep the pathogen vials and product vials out but set aside.
Now place the FOCUS vial on the abdomen and start testing for products that you think would be helpful. Set aside any that test good.
5. Color Kit
Again, place the FOCUS vial on the abdomen by itself and test the Color kit. The FOCUS vial will create a weak arm.
The Color that makes the arm go strong is the correct match. When the correct or matching Color vial is on the body by itself it will always create a weak arm.
The Color vial exposes the frequency range where the individual frequencies are found and represents the overall level of vital energy the patient is retaining and can be tracked from visit to visit.
Everything you need,
to get started
The Basic Eight are required to become an abea practitioner.
The Basic 8 Collection
My system as I currently practice it has eight test kits that I consider to be the foundation of abea. The Basic Eight includes the Color, Core, DNA BioPhoton, System/Tissue/Cell, Symptoms/Syndromes, Foods/Toxins, Pathogens, M/S/G Pathogens. There are additional specialty test kits available that represent a deeper dive into individual body systems.Purchase The Basic 8 Kits
An organized approach for your staff
All test kits have a unique letter assigned to them. Inside the kit, each of the 60 vials is marked with the corresponding letter and a number that represents its place inside that kit. This system allows for the practitioner or staff to maintain the organization of the kit quickly and accurately.Purchase The Basic 8 Kits