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Explanation of Asyra
More than 70 percent of patients in any general practice suffer from functional disturbances. A functional disturbance occurs when no specific tissue or organ damage can be identified by conventional lab work or other diagnostics, yet the patient still experiences symptoms.
Functional analysis, performed by Asyra, helps detect and identify these energetic and regulatory disturbances. Functional disturbances can be detected early - even from the very beginning of a pre-clinical phase (when you display symptoms, but nobody can identify their cause.) These disturbances occur when the body can no longer compensate for internal and external changes.
The analysis and corrective measures provided by Asyra have been shown to be effective with many symptoms and early stage health problems. It can also be helpful in reducing and, at times, even reversing existing pathological deterioration.
What to expect? Some patients notice very positive improvement in a short amount of time. Most people however, see small changes at a gradual pace. A minimum of 3 to 4 visits is often necessary to gauge the progress made with Asyra.
During the testing process, the instrument sends frequencies (called filters) into the body. These frequencies are "signatures" for such things as chemical toxins, allergens, and organisms, and also for hormones, organ systems, metabolic disturbances, etc.. If any of the frequencies challenge and create a disturbance, the Asyra will detect and record it. The instrument then automatically scans and finds remedies in its data bank that will help restore proper function. Once all appropriate remedies are determined, Asyra actually prepares a custom remedy for you.
Drawing from a clinical pool of 1,800 patients, E. Alan Jeppsen, M.D., and Steven G. Osguthorpe, N.D., conducted a double-blind study of over 600 randomly assigned patients, of which 100 were used as control subjects. This study, "Effectiveness of the Asyra in Assessing Sub-Physiologic Thyroid Levels in Women 35 to 65 years of Age," yielded a 97 percent correlation with blood chemistry. The full study is available online at