The Basic 8 Collection
The Basic 8 Collection
The Basic 8 Collection
The Basic 8 Collection
The Basic 8 Collection
The Basic 8 Collection
The Basic 8 Collection
The Basic 8 Collection
The Basic 8 Collection
The Basic 8 Collection
The Basic 8 Collection
The Basic 8 Collection
The Basic 8 Collection
The Basic 8 Collection
The Basic 8 Collection
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My system as I currently practice it has eight test kits that I consider to be the foundation of abea. These eight kits are what comprise the Basic 8 Collection.

The Basic Eight is considered the starter set and includes the following kits:

Color Kit

The Color Kit contains twelve color vials with two priority vials. This kit is a key component to the abea system because it allows you to see how your patient is progressing from visit to visit. Colors represent frequency ranges to measure vital energy loss. When testing your patient, less is best. Red represents a high level of vital energy with organ, tissue, and cellular balance while purple represents the lowest vital energy with imbalances. 

The color that matches the patients’ level of vital energy will create a weak arm.

The Color Kit also contains Priority & B/L K27 vials. The vials can be used alone or together when making product decisions. Priority and B/L K27 are also used to determine the focus vial during an exam. 

As a bonus, this kit also contains switched and regulation vials used to understand situations where neurological confusion of the autonomic nervous system is suspected.

Color Kit Vials:

  • Priority
  • B/L KI 27
  • Switching
  • Regulation
  • Red
  • Orange
  • Yellow
  • Lemon
  • Green
  • Turquoise
  • Blue
  • Indigo
  • Violet
  • Magenta
  • Scarlet
  • Purple
Food + Toxins Kit

The Foods and Toxins Kit is the first of three kits that represent environmental factors.  

Food sensitivity and environmental toxins are a burden to the healing process and must be identified if present. Dr. Klepzig explains with an example, “If a patient is eating food that is creating inflammation or is being chronically exposed to a toxin or is carrying a toxic burden, then balance or homeostasis is unlikely to occur.”

The Foods and Toxins Kit represents thirty common foods and thirty toxins with categories. This kit represents the most common toxic biological burdens in the environment and our bodies.

This kit is part of the abea Basic 8 Collection.

Food + Toxin Vials:

  • Wheat A01
  • Gluten/Gliadin A02
  • Oats A03
  • Rye A04
  • Barley A05
  • Soy A06
  • Corn A07
  • White Rice A08
  • Brown Rice A09
  • Cheese Mix A10
  • Raw Milk A11
  • Pasteurized Milk A12
  • Yogurt A13
  • Egg White A14
  • Egg Yolk A15
  • Nightshades A16
  • Coffee A17
  • Chocolate A18
  • Beet Sugar A19
  • Cane Sugar A20
  • Brown Sugar A21
  • Honey A22
  • Artificial Sweeteners A23
  • Stevia A24
  • Beef A25
  • Pork A26
  • Chicken A27
  • Turkey A28
  • Spice Mix A29
  • Alcohol A30
  • Benzidines A31
  • Aromatic Amines A32
  • Dioxins A33
  • Furans A34
  • PCB's A35
  • DEET A36
  • Hydrocarbons A37
  • Chlorine A38
  • Fluoride A39
  • Nitrosamines A40
  • Ethers A41
  • Solvents A42
  • Organophosphates A43
  • Carbamates A44
  • Pesticide Mix A45
  • Glyphosate A46
  • Phenols A47
  • Phthalates A48
  • VOC Gases A49
  • Parabens A50
  • Food Preservatives A51
  • Food Dyes/Colors A52
  • Fire Retardants A53
  • Plastics A54
  • Arsenic A55
  • Cadmium A56
  • Aluminum A57
  • Lead A58
  • Mercury A59
  • Perfumes/Fragrance A60
Pathogens Kit

The Pathogens Kit is the second of three kits that represent environmental factors. 

Creating balance or homeostasis within the body's systems cannot be achieved or maintained if a pathogenic burden is present.  

This kit has about 2000 different pathogens coded into the vials (that’s about 34 each). This 60 vial kit represents a broad overview of bacteria, molds, fungi, parasites, and viruses.

This kit is part of the abea Basic 8 Collection.

Pathogens Vials:

  • Bacteria 01 B01
  • Bacteria 02 B02
  • Bacteria 03-Bb B03
  • Bacteria 04-Bb B04
  • Bacteria 05-Bb B05
  • Bacteria 06-Bb B06
  • Bacteria 07-Bb B07
  • Bacteria 08-Bb B08
  • Bacteria 09-Bb B09
  • Bacteria 10-Bb B10
  • Bacteria 11-Bb B11
  • Bacteria 12-Bb B12
  • Bacteria 13-Bb B13
  • Bacteria 14 B14
  • Bacteria 15 B15
  • Bacteria 16 B16
  • Bacteria 17 B17
  • Bacteria 18 B18
  • Bacteria 19 B19
  • Bacteria 20 B20
  • Mold/Fungus 01 B21
  • Mold/Fungus 02-Alt B22
  • Mold/Fungus 03 B23
  • Mold/Fungus 04 B24
  • Mold/Fungus 05 B25
  • Mold/Fungus 06-Can B26
  • Mold/Fungus 07-Can B27
  • Mold/Fungus 08 B28
  • Mold/Fungus 09 B29
  • Mold/Fungus 10 B30
  • Mold/Fungus 11 B31
  • Mold/Fungus 12 B32
  • Mold/Fungus 13 B33
  • Mold/Fungus 14-Pen B34
  • Mold/Fungus 15-Pen B35
  • Mold/Fungus 16 B36
  • Mold/Fungus 17 B37
  • Mold/Fungus 18 B38
  • Mold/Fungus 19 B39
  • Mold/Fungus 20 B40
  • Mold/Fungus 21 B41
  • Mold/Fungus 22 B42
  • Mold/Fungus 23 B43
  • Mold/Fungus 24 B44
  • Parasite 1-Cestoda B45
  • Parasite 2-Nematode B46
  • Parasite 3-Nematode B47
  • Parasite 4-Protozoa B48
  • Parasite 5-Protozoa B49
  • Parasite 6-Protozoa B50
  • Parasite 7-Protozoa B51
  • Parasite 8-Protozoa B52
  • Parasite 9-Trmatoda B53
  • Virus Mix 1 B54
  • Virus Mix 2 B55
  • Virus Mix 3 B56
  • Virus Mix 4 B57
  • Virus Mix 5 B58
  • Virus Mix 6 B59
  • Virus Mix 7 B60
Morph, Stealth, GMO (M/S/G) Pathogens Kit

The Morph, Stealth and Genetically Modified Organisms (M/S/G) Pathogens Kit represents the same 60 pathogens as the Pathogen Kit, but in stealth form. These are pathogens that have altered their structure and therefore their energy signature to evade immune detection. 

According to Dr. Klepzig, “Generally if I find a vial in the pathogen kit that creates a weak arm, I will automatically check its M/S/G “sister” vial. For example, If I find that the Bacteria 01 Vial from the Pathogen Kit is positive, I will check the MSG Bacteria 01 Vial in the M/S/G Kit to see if the pathogen has gone stealth and will be more resistant to treatment. Good to know.”

This is the final kit in the “environmental factors” trio used in the abea Technique.

This kit is part of the abea Basic 8 Collection.

The Morph, Stealth and Genetically Modified Organisms (M/S/G) Pathogens Vials:

  • M/S/G-Bac 01 C01
  • M/S/G-Bac 02 C02
  • M/S/G-Bac 03-Bb C03
  • M/S/G-Bac 04-Bb C04
  • M/S/G-Bac 05-Bb C05
  • M/S/G-Bac 06-Bb C06
  • M/S/G-Bac 07-Bb C07
  • M/S/G-Bac 08-Bb C08
  • M/S/G-Bac 09-Bb C09
  • M/S/G-Bac 10-Bb C10
  • M/S/G-Bac 11-Bb C11
  • M/S/G-Bac 12-Bb C12
  • M/S/G-Bac 13-Bb C13
  • M/S/G-Bac 14 C14
  • M/S/G-Bac 15 C15
  • M/S/G-Bac 16 C16
  • M/S/G-Bac 17 C17
  • M/S/G-Bac 18 C18
  • M/S/G-Bac 19 C19
  • M/S/G-Bac 20 C20
  • M/S/G-M/F 01 C21
  • M/S/G-M/F 02-Alt C22
  • M/S/G-M/F 03 C23
  • M/S/G-M/F 04 C24
  • M/S/G-M/F 05 C25
  • M/S/G-M/F 06-Can C26
  • M/S/G-M/F 07-Can C27
  • M/S/G-M/F 08 C28
  • M/S/G-M/F 09 C29
  • M/S/G-M/F 10 C30
  • M/S/G-M/F 11 C31
  • M/S/G-M/F 12 C32
  • M/S/G-M/F 13 C33
  • M/S/G-M/F 14-Pen C34
  • M/S/G-M/F 15-Pen C35
  • M/S/G-M/F 16 C36
  • M/S/G-M/F 17 C37
  • M/S/G-M/F 18 C38
  • M/S/G-M/F 19 C39
  • M/S/G-M/F 20 C40
  • M/S/G-M/F 21 C41
  • M/S/G-M/F 22 C42
  • M/S/G-M/F 23 C43
  • M/S/G-M/F 24 C44
  • M/S/G-P-1-Cestoda C45
  • M/S/G-P-2-Nematode C46
  • M/S/G-P-3-Nematode C47
  • M/S/G-P-4-Protozoa C48
  • M/S/G-P-5-Protozoa C49
  • M/S/G-P-6-Protozoa C50
  • M/S/G-P-7-Protozoa C51
  • M/S/G-P-8-Protozoa C52
  • M/S/G-P-9-TrematodaC53
  • M/S/G-Virus 1 C54
  • M/S/G-Virus 2 C55
  • M/S/G-Virus 3 C56
  • M/S/G-Virus 4 C57
  • M/S/G-Virus 5 C58
  • M/S/G-Virus 6 C59
  • M/S/G-Virus 7 C60
Core Kit

The Core Kit is always the starting point with a new patient. It contains 60 vials associated with basic anatomy. They are the vials that Dr. Klepzig has gotten the most “hits” since starting using vials for muscle testing. The energy that is being emitted and  read is a combination of biochemical, electromagnetic and bio-photon energy. 

They are listed in the order of the 5 Element Chart and start with the Fire element. Next we have the endocrine glands with associated organs and tissues. The final fifteen are sinus, musculoskeletal, sensory and various tissue types. This kit is used in conjunction with the Color Kit’s Priority Vials to understand where to focus first. 

This kit is part of the abea Basic 8 Collection.

Core Kit Vials:

  • Heart D01
  • Pericardium D02
  • SI-Duodenum D03
  • SI-Jejunum D04
  • SI-Ileum D05
  • Spleen D06
  • Pancreas D07
  • Stomach D08
  • Lung-R/L D09
  • Pleura D10
  • Colon-Ascending D11
  • Colon-Transverse D12
  • Colon-Descending D13
  • Colon-Sigmoid D14
  • Rectum D15
  • Anus D16
  • Kidney D17
  • Bladder D18
  • Liver D19
  • Gallbladder D20
  • Common Bile Duct D21
  • Esophagus D22
  • Pineal D23
  • Hypothalamus D24
  • Pituitary D25
  • Adrenal D26
  • Thyroid D27
  • Parathyroid D28
  • Thymus D29
  • Testicle D30
  • Penis D31
  • Prostate D32
  • Ovary D33
  • Uterus D34
  • Mammary D35
  • Sinus-Frontal D36
  • Sinus-Ethmoid D37
  • Sinus-Maxillary D38
  • Sinus-Deep D39
  • Bone D40
  • Bone Marrow D41
  • Brain D42
  • Spinal Cord D43
  • Nerve D44
  • Fascia D45
  • Tendon D46
  • Ligament D47
  • Cartilage D48
  • Arteries D49
  • Veins D50
  • Capillaries D51
  • WBC's D52
  • Skeletal Muscle D53
  • Smooth Muscle D54
  • Hair D55
  • Skin D56
  • Ears D57
  • Eyes D58
  • Teeth D59
  • Gums D60
DNA Biophoton Kit

The DNA BioPhoton kit is identical to the Core Kit except that it isolates the DNA of the organ or tissue being tested.

The DNA Biophoton Kit is partially based on the work of Fritz-Albert Popp who theorized that DNA is the most probable source of biophoton emissions. DNA emits a low level of photons constantly and any damage or inflammation will cause excess photons or  light to leak from the cell. 

We are measuring the source of excessive photon loss with this kit and thus sources of inflammation or excessive tissue damage. Finding and measuring Biophoton loss is especially useful in isolating potential autoimmune conditions. Excessive BioPhoton loss also indicates the need to match the proper protomorphogen to the tissue being tested. The proper protomorphogen match is determined by using the Cellular/PMG kit and doing a MicroRNA profile. 

This kit is part of the abea Basic 8 Collection.

DNA Biophoton Vials:

  • Heart BP E01
  • Pericardium BP E02
  • SI-Duodenum BP E03
  • SI-Jejunum BP E04
  • SI-Ileum BP E05
  • Spleen BP E06
  • Pancreas BP E07
  • Stomach BP E08
  • Lung R/L BP E09
  • Pleura BP E10
  • Colon-Ascending BP E11
  • Colon-Transverse BP E12
  • Colon-Descending BP E13
  • Colon-Sigmoid BP E14
  • Rectum BP E15
  • Anus BP E16
  • Kidney BP E17
  • Bladder BP E18
  • Liver BP E19
  • Gallbladder BP E20
  • Common Bile Duct BP E21
  • Esophagus BP E22
  • Pineal BP E23
  • Hypothalamus BP E24
  • Pituitary BP E25
  • Adrenal BP E26
  • Thyroid BP E27
  • Parathyroid BP E28
  • Thymus BP E29
  • Testicle BP E30
  • Penis BP E31
  • Prostate BP E32
  • Ovary BP E33
  • Uterus BP E34
  • Mammary BP E35
  • Sinus-Frontal BP E36
  • Sinus-Ethmoid BP E37
  • Sinus-Maxillary BP E38
  • Sinus-Deep BP E39
  • Bone BP E40
  • Bone Marrow BP E41
  • Brain BP E42
  • Spinal Cord BP E43
  • Nerve BP E44
  • Fascia BP E45
  • Tendon BP E46
  • Ligament BP E47
  • Cartilage BP E48
  • Arteries BP E49
  • Veins BP E50
  • Capillaries BP E51
  • WBC's BP E52
  • Skeletal Muscle BP E53
  • Smooth Muscle BP E54
  • Hair BP E55
  • Skin BP E56
  • Ears BP E57
  • Eyes BP E58
  • Teeth BP E59
  • Gums BP E60
System, Tissue, Cell Kit

The STC kit starts a very broad spectrum with the systems and becomes more specific by narrowing the field down to a specific cell and asking questions. 

Dr. Klepzig explains with an example, “I tested a patient and found the Skeletal System Vial. I put the Skeletal System Vial on the patient and matched it to the Bone Cell Vial. I replaced the Skeletal System Vial with the Bone Cell Vial and retested. I then matched the Bone Cell Vial to the Osteoblast Vial. Now, I found there was an issue with the osteoblast rather than the osteoclast and I know the problem was not cartilage or connective tissue related and continued the exam. This technique is called layering.” 

He continues, “The whole idea is to get the body talking and maybe the entire liver or heart cannot communicate but an individual liver or heart cell or related tissue will talk.”

This kit is part of the abea Basic 8 Collection.

System, Tissue, Cell Kit Vials:

  • Circulatory System F01
  • Digestive System F02
  • Female Reproductive System F03
  • Immune System F04
  • Integumentary System F05
  • Lymphatic System F06
  • Male Reproductive System F07
  • Muscular System F08
  • Nervous System F09
  • Respiratory System F10
  • Skeletal System F11
  • Urinary System F12
  • Auditory System F13
  • Gustatory System F14
  • Proprioceptive System F15
  • Tactile System F16
  • Vestibular System F17
  • Visual System F18
  • Epithelial Tissue F19
  • Epithelial Cell F20
  • Loose Connective Tissue F21
  • Loose Connect Tissue Cell F22
  • Fibrous Connective Tissue F23
  • Fibrous Connective Tissue Cell F24
  • Adipose Tissue F25
  • Adipose Tissue Cell F26
  • Cartilage F27
  • Cartilage Cell F28
  • Bone F29
  • Bone Cell F30
  • Blood F31
  • Red Blood Cell F32
  • Lymph Tissue F33
  • Skeletal Muscle F34
  • Cardiac Muscle F35
  • Smooth Muscle F36
  • Nerve F37
  • Neuron F38
  • Heart Cell F39
  • Small Intestine Cell F40
  • Spleen Cell F41
  • Stomach Cell F42
  • Pancreas Cell F43
  • Lung Cell F44
  • Large Intestine Cell F45
  • Kidney Cell F46
  • Bladder Cell F47
  • Liver Cell F48
  • Gallbladder Cell F49
  • Pineal Cell F50
  • Hypothalamus Cell F51
  • Pituitary Cell F52
  • Adrenal cell F53
  • Thyroid Cell F54
  • Parathyroid Cell F55
  • Testicle Cell F56
  • Prostate Cell F57
  • Ovary Cell F58
  • Osteoclast F59
  • Osteoblast F60
Symptoms & Syndromes Kit

The Symptoms and Syndromes Kit allows you to understand the symptom without the patient currently experiencing it. If a symptom or disease pattern can be identified, then it is possible to reverse engineer the process and discover the root cause(s). If the potential exists in the patient being tested for the symptom or disease pattern to occur then you will get a change in the muscle being tested.

This kit contains 60 common symptoms and syndromes.

Dr. Klepzig explains with an example, “If a patient has the problem of chronic belching and the Belching Vial creates a change in arm strength upon testing then the practitioner can check the Gallbladder and Stomach Vials in the Core Kit against the Belching Vial to see if that potential problem is caused by either organ or both. The Symptoms and Syndromes Kit gets a lot of use in my clinic.”

This kit is part of the abea Basic 8 Collection.

Symptoms & Syndromes Kit Vials:

  • Abdominal Bloating G01
  • Acne G02
  • Anemia G03
  • Angioedema G04
  • Anxiety G05
  • Belching G06
  • Bowel Gas/ Flatulence G07
  • Bruise Easily G08
  • Fatigue G09
  • Cold Intolerance G10
  • Constipation G11
  • Cough G12
  • Depression G13
  • Diarrhea G14
  • Difficulty Swallowing G15
  • Difficulty Falling Asleep G16
  • Difficulty Staying Asleep G17
  • Dizziness G18
  • Eczema G19
  • Edema G20
  • Epitaxis G21
  • Eye Twitch G22
  • Hard Stool G23
  • Halitosis G24
  • Hiatal Hernia G25
  • Headache G26
  • Headache Hormonal G27
  • Migraine Headache G28
  • Headache Neuralgia G29
  • Vascular Headache G30
  • Sinus Headaches G31
  • Hemorrhoids G32
  • Hives G33
  • Insomnia G34
  • Itching G35
  • Light Headed G36
  • Muscle Cramps G37
  • Muscle Twitch G38
  • Nausea G39
  • Nightmares G40
  • Night Sweats G41
  • Osteopenia G42
  • Osteoporosis G43
  • Pain G44
  • Panic Attacks G45
  • Excessive Perspiration G46
  • Restless Leg Syndrome G47
  • Restless Sleep G48
  • Reynaud's G49
  • Shortness of Breath G50
  • Sleep Apnea G51
  • Sneezing G52
  • Soft Stool G53
  • Sore Throat G54
  • Sweaty Hands G55
  • Swollen Ankles G56
  • Tinnitus G57
  • Vertigo G58
  • Vomiting G59
  • Wheezing G60