This document is adapted from the QXCI system with permission from Professor William C. Nelson.
The word Xrroid is defined as the testing of a person's Electro Physiological Reactivity to thousands of substances at biological speeds. Biological speeds are defined as those approaching the ionic exchange speed of a persons' electrical reaction to the items in their immediate environment. This is a speed of approximately 1/100 of a second.
The Xrroid is the process of measuring the client reaction to such items as vitamins, homeopathics, enzymes, hormones, allersodes, isodes, nosodes and so on.
The Xrroid is the invention of Dr. Nelson and was first used in 1985 in the EPFX device of the Eclosion. This was registered with the FDA of America in 1989. The process has been greatly advanced technologically in the QXCI device. The Xrroid has been used on millions of clients around the world for over a decade.
The process has been clinically tested with results being published in medical journals and articles being presented in several world wide medical conferences. The users of the systems have sent in thousands of testimonials and reports of dramatic success come in daily. The device, when used as instructed, may mean seeing a client once a week.
The tickle of testing a person to thousands of items at fast speeds seems to promote an increase in the wellness of the EPR field that promotes a change or destabilization in the EPR field of the client. This will lead to inaccurate Xrroid test results for a period of up to 48 hours. So for this time the therapies can be done successfully but the Xrroid test will be less accurate.
There have been occasions during the last decade when the device has been used incorrectly by repeatedly checking tests on the same day. This appears to be the work of overly suspicious minds. They will report back to us with dismay for even though the first results are always accurate the second or third results seem not to be. Often these reports come from those who cling to older technology or have ulterior motives and often the reports have not been checked. However, recently when the Chinese distributor had a similar comment, the Chinese representative had an observation. Could it be that the Xrroid test might produce some effect on the EPR of the client?