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What is QRA?

QRA stands for Quantum Reflex Analysis, a kinesiological testing system that evaluates structural, chemical, and mental aspects of health using manual muscle testing.

It is a comprehensive system used by trained practitioners to get to the root cause of your health problem. QRA is an effective system of testing the bio-energetic status of the body’s organ and gland systems using a university-proven muscle testing technique, called the bi-digital O ring, on acupuncture reflex points. Because the body is electrical, the frequencies of the organ and gland systems can be tested to see how weak or strong they are. Much like how a cardiologist tests your heart using an ECG, a QRA practitioner tests your heart using your hand.

By testing these frequencies, the trained practitioner can pinpoint where exactly the organ/gland system are weak due to nutritional deficiencies and infection. Once these sites are identified, the trained practitioner can precisely determine which supplement or treatment is needed to strengthen that organ/gland system.

QRA gives you the reassurance that you are taking supplements that your body needs rather than just guessing at what might help.

Has the O-Ring Test that QRA uses been scientifically proven?

Yes. The method of the bi-digital O-ring test has been scientifically proven and was created by Dr. Omura. Dr. Omura was granted a patent in 1993. To obtain the patent Dr. Omura had to obtain independent evaluations of the validity of the methods from other qualified medical doctors, dentists and scientists who could obtain the same results. Since then there have been 23 university studies proving its efficacy.

How was QRA developed?

QRA was developed by Dr. Robert Marshall, PhD, CCN, DACBN, CEO of Premier Research Labs, as a system that cohesively merged the science of the quantum physics with acupuncture and kinesiology. Dr. Marshall was able to apply his knowledge as a biophysicist with the patented bi-digital o ring test created by Dr. Yoshiaki Omura, in order to create an elegant mode of testing that is able to get to “the root of the root” of any problem.

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