Synergistic Kinesiology – The Ileo-Cecal Valve

The Ileo-Cecal Valve

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Muscle Testing the folds of the Large Intestine. The Ileo-Caecal Valve test looks similar to this, only the client touches this area on the RIGHT side instead. Stephanie Relfe (nee Wilkins) in Australian “Wellbeing” Magazine, No. 61, September 1995

The Ileo-Cecal Valve correction is one of the most important techniques in kinesiology, because so many people need it so often.

The ileo-cecal valve is a small valve between the large and small intestines on the right side of the body called the ileo-caecal valve, which is operated by two small muscles. It is relatively easy to knock the ileo-caecal muscles out of balance with the wrong food or drink, or negative emotions.

The result of the ileo-cecal valve going out of balance is that the valve will then stay either open or closed longer than it should. If it stays open, rotten material from the large intestine will flood back up into the small intestine and mix with fresh food coming in. If it stays closed, food will stay too long in the small intestine and start rotting, so that again toxins will flood back up through the body.

In either case just some of the ‘symptoms’ that the body may show are bad skin, bloated stomach, tiredness, sore back, headaches, red eyes or black under the eyes and in extreme cases, appendicitis or bowel cancer.

Another set of muscles in the folds of the large intestine, on the left side of the body, can cause similar problems. The correction for this is called the “Houston Folds” Correction (named after a kinesiology conference in Houston Texas). When the Houston folds are out of balance, hemorrhoids may develop as a symptom.

It is possible to have BOTH out of balance.

The ileo-cecal valve correction is taught in the “Professional Kinesiology Practitioner” course No. 1, which is a 7 day course, with a prerequisite of Touch for Health 4. See http://www.icpkp.com.

It will also be taught in my forthcoming DVD series, and is also explained in the brilliant Professional Kinesiology Practitioner Database by Bruce Dewe MD and Joan Dewe.

For more information, please read my article “How to Heal Constipation Naturally“.

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