There are many kinesiology tests that can be used to detect allergies. I use two different types depending on the strength of the person. By testing the strength of various muscles while a person is holding a certain food, cosmetic, cleaning detergent etc. one can often tell if an allergy may be present.
I generally use the shoulder muscle or the finger muscle to test a person for allergies. To start with I test the normal strength of the muscle, as shown in the diagrams. Then I ask the person to hold the substance being tested in the other hand, close to the stomach, if it is considered a food. If the substance is an environmental one, I have the person hold it at half an arm’s-length from the body. If the substance has a tendency to cause an allergic reaction, it will weaken the muscle tested in either case.
The first few times I did this I couldn’t believe it worked, but ‘the proof of the pudding is in the eating’, and after using this method for several years I find it quite accurate. The drawback of this method over the Pulse Test is that it only tests the food or substance in its current state. The Pulse Test, however, tests the substance in its state after the body interacts with it. For example a person might not be allergic to potatoes, but due to a poor digestive system, may be allergic to half digested potatoes. The Pulse Test will show this, whereas the Kinesiology Test will not.