What is the Asyra PRO bio-energetic health screening?
Health screening with the Asyra Pro (also known as the Qest4) is a quick, simple, pain-free, and effective method of finding out how your body may be functioning, energetically. It allows you to check potential nutrient or hormone imbalances, toxins and the energetic health of your organs. It can also help you discover possible food or environmental sensitivities that may be contributing to your health issues. The results from the health screening help the practitioner to give you tailored nutrition and lifestyle recommendations to promote healing.
What health problems can be helped?
Although the Asyra Pro is not a diagnostic device, it has the potential to provide useful information to help build a bigger picture of what may be causing symptoms for people suffering from: allergies; autism; arthritis; asthma; candida; depression; digestive problems including irritable bowel syndrome; low energy levels & fatigue; food sensitivities; headaches; hormonal issues; hyperactivity; insomnia; menopausal problems; ME; MS; migraines; parasites; PMS; skin problems; stress; thyroid problems; weight gain or weight loss and much more. The Asyra cannot “cure” a disease or condition but taking the digital remedy produced by the Asyra, in combination with the nutrition and lifestyle advice, plus recommended supplements given in your report, may help symptoms improve.
Is there a minimum or maximum age for testing?
Any age can be tested - from young babies to the elderly. Asyra testing is totally non-invasive and pain-free. However, it is not recommended for those with a pacemaker and women in their first two trimesters of pregnancy.
What happens at an Asyra screening and how does it work?
Health screening with the Asyra PRO involves sitting in a chair, holding two, small, brass cylinders connected to the device and a computer. The Asyra then uses a process called bio-feedback to test and record the body’s energetic response to various frequencies. There is no waiting for results and a printed report can be emailed afterwards with a plan of action. If you do not have an email address, the report can be posted, instead for an additional charge of £5.
What happens at an Asyra remote screening?
Instead of holding the two brass cylinders, they are placed on a sample of the patient’s hair, sent in advance, which is connected to them in real time through the quantum field, by a process known as quantum entanglement. The Asyra then uses a process called bio-feedback to test and record the energetic response to various substances. There is no waiting for results and a printed report can be emailed afterwards with a plan of action. If you do not have an email address, the report can be posted, instead for an additional charge of £5.
How much hair do you need for a remote test?
The hair sample can be cut from anywhere on the head in an inconspicuous area such as the nape of the neck. A portion approximately 1cm across and 2cm long is ideal but if that is too difficult to obtain, at least 10 strands of hair will do. The sample should be wrapped in tissue paper and posted to the practitioner to arrive no later than two days before the appointment date.
What is biofeedback?
We all respond to our environments in a variety of ways. If you see, taste, smell, touch or hear something you really like, you will think good thoughts and your body will physically respond. For example, you will start to produce saliva if you smell a food you enjoy, or relax if you hear a soothing piece of music etc. If, however, you experience something undesirable, you will respond very differently, for example with tension, shallow breathing, thoughts of how to avoid it, etc. Bio-feedback is the body’s own electrical process of monitoring how your body responds to various stimuli. The Asyra simply passes the energetic signature or frequency of different stimuli through the body and records how it responds.
Is it scientifically proven?
The original concepts of Electro Dermal Screening (EDS), which is the principle behind the Asyra Pro, were developed in the 1950s by Dr Voll. Since then, numerous technical studies, tests and research papers have been produced, verifying the effectiveness of the process. In one study with the Asyra, a 97% correlation was found with blood tests for thyroid dysfunction. The Asyra Pro is used by many health practitioners, including medical doctors, nurses, chiropractors, osteopaths, homeopaths, naturopaths, kinesiologists and nutritional therapists around the world.
How long does the consultation take?
The Asyra screen itself is quite quick, depending on the tests chosen, but you should allow one and a half hours for the entire process. This allows time for an initial consultation where a thorough case history will be taken so that you can inform of any health problems or concerns you have. Time will also be needed to interpret some of the results and to run any further tests if required. A full analysis of your results will be included in your report, which is usually sent within two working days after your screen.
Will I have to give up certain foods altogether?
The Asyra may indicate some foods that could be causing an issue, energetically, at the moment. Generally, it is advised that you reduce or avoid consumption of some of the foods for two to four weeks. Please note that the foods identified do not mean that you have an allergy or intolerance to them. To assess these reactions, an allergy or intolerance test that checks for immunoglobulins from a blood sample is a more definitive method.
Will the digital remedy affect any medication I am taking?
No, the digital remedy which is produced at your consultation will not interfere with medication. It works on an energetic level which is different to the way drugs are processed in the body.
How do I take the digital remedy?
The remedy is available in liquid form for most people which requires taking a specific number of drops determined by the Asyra. The solution contains a 10% solution of alcohol in pure water but this is safe even for children to take. The drops should be administered under the tongue. The easiest way to see how many drops you are taking is to look in a mirror and count each one. If your remedy has been given as pillules (small pills), follow the instructions above for the drops but allow the pillules to dissolve under the tongue.
How much does it cost?
The cost varies depending on the type of consultation you choose. The Asyra Pro is also used in some of the wellperson health screens but if you just wish to have a health consultation with the Asyra, alone, the cost starts at £80 for an initial consultation of an hour and a half, and £65 for a follow-up test lasting around an hour. For children under 16, the cost is £60 for a first test and £50 for a follow-up test. The price includes the consultation, the Asyra tests on top of the Baseline and Comprehensive tests, a digital remedy and a personalised report. Prices do not include any recommended supplements or mileage fees if you arrange a home visit beyond 25 miles of Bedford.
Will I need further appointments?
Follow up appointments are recommended as they help you to see your progress. Also, healing often occurs in layers, and once one layer is dealt with, the next can be addressed. It is usual for clients to have a follow-up appointment 4 to 6 weeks after their first consultation, depending on the recommended time given for taking the remedy. The follow-up session helps to monitor progress and it may take between 2 and 12 follow-up sessions before you notice an improvement in your health. This will mostly depend on the severity of your initial health issues and how much of the diet and lifestyle recommendations you implement from your plan of action. It is entirely up to you to arrange a follow-up session but most people seem to achieve the benefit they were hoping for after the third session. An annual Asyra test, thereafter, may help to keep you on track.
Do you use other online platforms other than Zoom for remote tests?
Zoom has been found to work well for remote consultations and as many people have become familiar with using Zoom during the coronavirus pandemic, it is an option if you live more than 25 miles from Bedford.