Origins Kit

Origins Kit Includes: Allergy + Animal + Chemical + Origins

Used to track when the following Vials from Master kit come up: Allergy, Chemical, Bite/Sting.

ORIGINS – – these vials will help you track any vial to its origin of exposure. Any DCA, like bacteria, parasite, chemical, etc., can be tracked to these vials to give you an idea of how it got introduced to the body. Did they get that DCA from eating? Skin exposure? From a Partner? This is especially helpful if a Chemical comes up and you need to figure out where it is coming from – food, skin, inhaled, etc.

  1. Ingested
  2. Absorbed, skin
  3. Inhaled
  4. Body fluid
  5. Bite/Sting
  6. Inject – vaccine, anesthetic, tattoo, gave blood, IV fluids or skin puncture by metal object (cut)
  7. Gestation – exposure came during gestation (mother had it in her body)
  8. Dormant – was already there but immune system dropped and gave it space to manifest

FOOD – What are food Allergies? Remember that allergens have a cause as well. A food may be causing metabolic or inflammatory response, which simply means that the body finds that food more reactive than nutritive. That means that instead of giving the body energy, it is costing the body energy to process that food. To help resolve this unnatural response, you can use this kit to track the food vial back through the TBA process and find out why the body is reacting to it. The primary reasons a person would have a food allergy are (1) chemistry (nutrition missing to digest, metabolize or assimilate that food); (2) memory association. This means that particular food was ingested while it was either contaminated (with a germ or chemical) or during a very stressful time and the body ‘remembers’ trauma with that food and now reacts to it. Those are the only reason for allergens, except for genetic predispositions, but then one of the parents had one of those previous mentioned issues, and that energy in the DNA is still the cause. In the TBA process, you can track a food or allergen vial back to Bach for possible emotional connectors; or to Master to see if there was a DCA contaminant connected to it, or to Nutrition kits to see if it was simply a nutritional deficiency allowing for the allergy. Example: you ate a fish dinner that gave you a slight case of food poisoning and your body now associates fish with the germ it was contaminated with. Ingesting food with glyphosate will have the same response over time. The body recognizes glyphosate as a poison and will begin to react to the food item that is introducing the glyphosate, because a body memory was created that the food = contamination/toxicity.

Pollens – the pollen vials are included because pollen allergies are very common allergies. Pollen proteins are similar to many fruit and vegetable proteins. When a person has allergy to a pollen, there will be a food list they can’t tolerate automatically because of the protein similarity. Thus solving the pollen allergies helps with food desensitization. The severity / manifesting symptoms of the allergy depend on how toxic a person is. I have not listed most individual fruits and vegetables because if we clear the pollen vials, the aligning foods should be fine.

  1. Alder pollen: almonds, apples, celery, cherries, hazel nuts, peaches, pears, parsley, raspberry, strawberry
  2. Birch pollen: almonds, apples, apricots, avocados, bananas, carrots, celery, cherries, chicory, coriander, fennel, fig, hazel nuts, kiwifruit, nectarines, parsley, parsnips, peaches, pears, peppers, plums, potatoes, prunes, soy, strawberries, wheat; Potential: walnuts
  3. Grass pollen: fig, melons, tomatoes, oranges, celery, peach
  4. Mugwort pollen: carrots, celery, coriander, fennel, parsley, peppers, sunflower
  5. Ragweed pollen: banana, cantaloupe, cucumber, green pepper, paprika, sunflower seeds/oil, honeydew, watermelon, zucchini, echinacea, artichoke, dandelions, honey (if bees pollinate with pollen from wild flowers), hibiscus or chamomile tea

GMO – the food vials were created to represent the vibration of the natural food. So many foods are not GMO, which means they have glyphosate. Example, you can test someone for the Egg vial. They might test fine. Now hold the Egg vial and the Glyphosate vial and see if it tests the same. Probably not, which means a real, home grown, pasture raised chicken fed no GMO grain, is a totally different egg than chickens being fed GMO grain or around grass that is sprayed with pesticides. (Note that you can buy vegetarian eggs, but chickens were not meant to be vegetarian. They live on worms and bugs! You will see a big difference between how a natural organic vibration food item tests, and one with glyphosate.

How long to avoid that Allergen? If a person is allergic to tree pollen, can you tell them not to go out and breath until the next visit? No. So if a food is not an inflammation producing item (gluten, dairy, alcohol, soy, alcohol, sugar, lectins, tobacco, nightshades, sulfites), there is rarely a need to avoid it. You can test each person (ask with intention) if avoidance is necessary for a client. If you have them take the remedy, it should supply the clearing energy and if they avoid that allergen for 25 hours, it gives all the meridians time to reboot and reset if you will. Or, have them avoid the allergen until they feel much better, then introduce it again and see if they feel the original complaint.

Combining Vials. Initially this kit was going to be two kits. That is more drawer space and cost for everyone. The way I reduced that to one is to make category vials, so multiple things of either the same molecular significance, or same genetic genre, and the ability to combine vials. For example, you may want to test a person for an allergy to chicken feathers, but also for allergy to eating chicken. At the end of the Animal section, you will see four vials. You pick up the vial you are testing for to represent either the flesh (allergy to eating chicken) or the dander (feather). In terms of the categories, there is listing of what is in each vial and if that vial comes up and you need or want to find out what specifically it is, you can test it off the list. The vial contains the antidote for all the items though. Keep in mind that many allergies people assume are from dander (especially cat allergies), the allergy is really from the saliva. Cats lick themselves and that allergen ends up in the dead skin cells called dander.

If a person has an intestinal issue, one great way to use the vials is hold the Large Intestine vial, plus the NEG vial, then scan the foods. This tells you what foods are particularly an issue with intestine. On a broader scale, hold just the NEG vial, and scan the foods. When you get a hit, track it back to AP and that will tell you which body part is suffering when that food is ingested.

Vials are of real food vibration. Each vial representing a food is made to represent the actual food without contaminants. So a person may say they have a gluten allergy, but the gluten vial does not test a problem. Add the Glyphosate vial to the mix and see what happens? If you get a hit now, you know it is the glyphosate on the grain that is the problem, not the gluten food.


Most Common Allergens

  1. Dairy A1 – anything made from cows milk that is not A2 protein
  2. Dairy A2 – milk from humans, sheep, goat, donkey, yaks, camel, buffalo and A2 cows
  3. Egg – represents chicken egg – remember egg might be an issue because of the feed
  4. Fish – wild caught anchovies, bluefish, branzino, catfish, cod, grouper, halibut, herring, kampachi, mackerel, perch, pollock, salmon, sardines, snapper, sole, swordfish, tilapia, trout, tuna, walley, yellowtail.
  5. Gluten –
  6. Mustard – includes white, yellow, brown and black mustard
  7. Peanut – includes varieties Runner, Virginia, Spanish, Valencia
  8. Crustacean –crab, crayfish, lobster, prawn, scampi, shrimp
  9. Mollusks – clams, mussels, oysters and scallops
  10. Soy – edamame, tofu, soy protein, soy milk, miso, most meat alternatives
  11. Tree Nuts –almond, beech nut, brazil nut, butternut, cashew, chestnut, chinquapin, coconut, filbert, ginko, hickory, lichee, macadamia, pecan, pine nut, pili, pistachio, sheanut, walnut
  12. Alcohol – brandy, gin, rum, tequila, vodka, and whiskey – wine vial below
  13. Balsam of Peru – common allergen present in too many foods to list
  14. Beans – Adzuki, Anasazi, Black, Black-Eyed Peas, Borlotti/Cranberry/Roman, Butter, Cannellini, Lima, Corona, Fava, Flageolet, Garbanzo, Bengal Gram, Chana Dal, Great Northern, Kidney, Lentils, Butter, Marrow, Moth, Mung, Navy, Pigeon, Pink, Pinto, Red, Rice bean, Scarlet Runner, Spanish Tolosana, Split Peas, Tepary, Urad,
  15. Caffeine – central nervous stimulant so if this vial tests a problem, nerves or adrenals may need help
  16. Chocolate – this vial represents actual cocoa, pure chocolate, not the many things added to it
  17. Citrus- Blood orange, kumquat, navel, cara cara, Clementine, tangerine, tangelo, calamondin, Key lime, Persian, kaffir, Grapefruit (White, ruby red, oroblanco), Meyer and eureka lemon, Citron, yuzu, ugli, Rangpur, pomelo, Buddha’s hand, kinnow
  18. Coffee – this is real coffee, not decaffeinated .. no additives or gmo strains (starbucks brand)
  19. Corn – this is organic corn: dent, flint, pod, popcorn, flour, and sweet; test with the glyphosate?
  20. Grains, GF – amaranth, arrowroot, buckwheat, flax, millet, oat, sorghum. Quinoa, buckwheat, tapioca
  21. Lectins -if this vial tests high while holding the peanut, nightshade and bean vial, consider a lectin free diet
  22. Mushroom – Chaga, Chanterelle, Crimini, Enoki, Maitake, Morel, Oyster, Porcini, Portabella, Royal Trumpet/King Oyster, Shiitake, Truffles, White Button, Jew’s ear, Straw, Snow fungus, Wine cap, Piopino, Lion’s mane, saffron milk cap, hedgehog, Blewit, Boletus, Puffball, gypsum, trumpet of death, false morel, matsutake, Truffle mushroom.
  23. Nightshades -tomato, tomatillo, potato, all peppers, eggplant, paprika, goji,
  24. Nitrites – cured meats, bacon, ham, salami, corned beef and hot dogs, pate, pickled pig’s feet, canned meat (Vienna sausages, deviled ham), smoked salmon, dried fish, jerky, fertilizer, explosives; and nitrosamines found in tobacco and many other foods.
  25. Oils – avocado, gee, schmaltz, lard, sunflower, safflower, olive, butter (real)
  26. PHO – partially hydrogenated oils and trans fats: margarine, shortening – all fried and baked foods, coffee creamers
  27. Seeds – chia, hemp, poppy, pomegranate, pumpkin, safflower, sesame, sunflower,
  28. Sugars – general vial for non-gmo forms of sugar
  29. Sulfites – often in beer, wine, dried fruits, bottled lemon and lime juice, molasses, grape juice, sauerkraut, guacamole, maraschino cherries, many condiments, black tea, apple cider, bottled vegetable juices, trail mix, soup mixes, gravies, canned vegetables, baked goods, potato chips, dehydrated potato.
  30. Tobacco – represents the nicotiana genus plant, not any added chemicals or processing
  31. Water – the memory of water, or PH? track back to DCA, or to Chemicals (Fluoride, antibiotics?)
  32. Wine – fermented grapes, does not include sulfites or other additives
  33. Yeast – in beer, cider, dried fruits, marmite, miso, tamari, vegemite, yeast extract, bread and wine.
  34. Pollen, Alder – list of aligning foods on first page
  35. Pollen, Birch – list of aligning foods on first page
  36. Pollen, Grass – list of aligning foods on first page
  37. Pollen, Mugwort – list of aligning foods on first page
  38. Pollen, Ragweed – list of aligning foods on first page
  39. Pollen, Tree – Ash,Aspen,Beech,Box elder,Cedar,Cottonwood,Elm,Hickory,Maple, Mountain elder, Mulberry, Oak, Pecan, Sycamore, Willow
  40. BERRIES – the list in this vial is found at the end of the vial description
  41. FRUITS – the list in this vial is found at the end of the vial description
  42. RICE- the list in this vial is found at the end of the vial description
  43. VEGETABLES – the list in this vial is found at the end of the vial description


ANIMAL – Every class of animal in nature is a possible carrier of disease; matter of fact, everything in life is a possible carrier of disease. The Arthropod became an Arthropod/Vector list because many of the modes of transmission are not from official Arthropod sources. For this kit in reference to the Bite/Sting vial coming up and you tracking it to the insect vials, “Vector” represents something “that transmits a pathogen from reservoir to host.” These vials are most accurately used for finding the origin of a DCA (fungus, bacteria, virus, parasite, chemical, etc.) and allergens. With the following vials we can find out what part of the animal is a problem. If you suspect a meat allergy, hold the Flesh vial as you scan the animal sector. If you want to know if a person has a dander allergy, hold the dander AND Salivary vial since most dander allergy is actually an allergy to the saliva of the animal.

  1. Ant
  2. Bat
  3. Bed Bug, bat bugs, bird bugs
  4. Bee (bumble, honey, carpenter, leafcutter, orchard
  5. Beetle
  6. Bovid, goat, sheep, antelope
  7. Bovine, beef, bison
  8. Camel, Llama, alpaca, guanaco, vicuna, guanaco
  9. Canid, wolves, foxes, jackals, coyotes, dog
  10. Centipede
  11. Cockroach
  12. Cyclops – tiny crustaceans found in water
  13. Deer, moose, caribou, elk, muntjac, chital, capreolina
  14. Dolphin, whale, porpoise
  15. Eel
  16. Egg (bantam, caviar, chicken, duck, emu, goose, guinea fowl, gull, hen, lapwing, ostrich, pheasant, quail, roe, salmon, seagull, sturgeon)
  17. Equine, horse, zebra, etc
  18. Felid, Tiger, lion, jaguar, leopard, cougar, cheetah, panther, lynx, cat
  19. Fleas
  20. Fly, gnat, fruit, house, maggot
  21. Fly, biting sand, tsetse, deer, snipe, sand, horse, stable, black, botfly
  22. Fowl (all flying birds including ostrich and penguin)
  23. Frogs, toads
  24. Lice
  25. Lizards, chameleon, iguanas, gecko, dragon
  26. Marsupial, kangaroos, wallabies, possums, koala, wombats, etc
  27. Midge
  28. Millipedes
  29. Mites/chiggers bird mite, chicken mite, clover mite, grain mite, dust mite, itch mite, mouse mite, fowl mite, roach mite, straw mite
  30. Mosquito
  31. Mustelids, badger, ferret, otter, raccoons, skunks, Minkweasel wolverine, olingos
  32. Pilosa, Armadillo, Sloth, anteater
  33. Primate, monkeys, gorillas, etc
  34. Rabbit
  35. Reduvius (assassin bug)
  36. Rodents, Mice, rats, squirrels, porcupines, beavers, chipmunks, guinea pigs, voles, hamsters, lemming, muskrat
  37. Scorpion
  38. Snake
  39. Spider
  40. Squid, cuttlefish
  41. Swine, boar, javalina
  42. Tick
  43. Wasp
  44. Dander
  45. Flesh
  46. Salivary
  47. Scat (poop)

CHEMICALS – now you will have the ability to find any Chemical group that a person has as a Toxic DCA, or maybe an Allergen impeding healing. The ability to track a certain chemical to its source of exposure by tracking it to the origins vials is very helpful. Glyphosate, one of the worst chemicals on the planet, can now be tracked back to the foods list and see if there is a particular vial that you can add to the remedy to change the body’s memory of the toxic exposure. Remember that a percent of changing an allergy, is changing the memory = how the body was exposed to it. When you include all the vials together, miracles are inevitable!

  1. Additives – general food additives, vast list, see GWSW site
  2. Aniline –polyurethane, synthetic dyes, rubber industry, herbicides, varnishes, explosives, leather, hair color dye.
  3. Antibiotics – includes every classification of antibiotic
  4. Asbestos – car parts, construction material, fertilizers, potting soil, previously in talc
  5. Aspartame – includes all forms of low calorie sweeteners
  6. BHA & BHT – mostly toxins in cosmetics, prescriptions, foods, beer, animal feed, etc.
  7. BPA/BPS – industrial chemical used to make plastics, lining of cans, storage containers, etc.
  8. Cannabis – includes the marihuana plant and primarily THC content
  9. Chemo – includes all versions of chemo from the five classifications
  10. Chlorine/Chloroform – refrigerants, food, drinking water, indoor air, table salt, etc.
  11. Cigarette – self explanatory, the worst part is not the tobacco, but the chemicals
  12. Color/Dye – foods, hair coloring, tattoos, contrast dye, etc.
  13. DEET – generally found in insect repellents
  14. Dioxin –burning trash, wood, or production plants. Eating plants or animals near it
  15. EDTA – IV chelation, salad dressing, sauces, mayo, pickled veggies, etc.
  16. Ethanol -includes alcohol, nail polish remover, perfume, medicine, cleaning product ..
  17. Exhaust – xylenes and toxins from combustion of fuels including carbon monoxide
  18. Film Toxins – in the process of film making
  19. Fluorides – toothpaste, water, infant formula, cereals, soda., anesthetic, non-stick pans,
  20. Formaldehyde – found in smog, car exhaust, many dried foods, carpet, glue, clothes, cosmetics.
  21. Fungicides – used on crops and in building some times, 400 of them in this remedy
  22. Glyphosate – GMO accumulation, almost all foods that are not Organic or non-gmo, and vaccines
  23. Hemp – includes the hemp plant focusing on CBD
  24. Herbicides – weed killers, probably ingested or exposed on skin as Origin
  25. Hexane – used to extract oil from plants, cleaning agents, textile, furniture, glues, etc.
  26. Insecticides –used to kill insects used in agriculture, homes, on furniture, toys, EDTA,etc.
  27. Latex – condoms, handbags, balloons, shoes, tires, waistbands, rubber toys, baby bottles, nipples and pacifiers
  28. Lindane – a common fumigant to kill insects, used indoors and on crops, on skin for lice,
  29. MSG – taste enhancer found in many foods, like sauces, meats, chips, crackers, etc.
  30. Nicotine – found in tobacco products
  31. NSAID – non-opioid, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory-COX 2 inhibitors (motrin, Tylenol, aspirin, with tylenol)
  32. Opiods – 70 agents including opioids, barbituates, benzodiazapines: from topical (orajel), local and inhaled anesthetics, intravenous sedation, etc. Consider this vial with people that have had addictions, babies born to addicted mothers, drug users, etc. Opioids are also used for extreme anxiety and seizure medication.Parabens – many cosmetics, personal lubricants, pharmaceuticals, suntan products, makeup, toothpaste, food pres
  33. Parabens
  34. PAH’s -produced when coal, oil, gas, wood, garbage, or tobacco are burned, or meat is grilled
  35. PBDE’s – flame retardant found in mattresses, furniture, carpet, drapes, electronics, adhesives ..
  36. PCB’s – used to be found in paints, plastics, hydraulics, heating elements, copy paper, etc.
  37. PEG – polyethylene glycol -drink mixes, dressings, dried soups, cake mix, soft drinks, popcorn, food coloring, e-cigs
  38. PERC- water repellents, silicone lubricants, fabric finishers, spot removers, adhesives, wood cleaners, dry cleaning
  39. Petroleum – fuel, but also medicines, foods, clothes, supplements, shampoos, cosmetics, paint
  40. Phenols –
  41. Phthalates – pvc, from electronics to cosmetics, if it is soft or bendable plastic, or fragrant, it likely has this
  42. Plastics – includes epoxy and all the chemistry used to make plastic except petroleum
  43. SLS+hair – found in shampoos, toothpaste, body gels, soaps, cleaning detergents, hair dyes, etc.
  44. Steroids – anti-inflammatory steroid medications
  45. Sunscreens – self explanatory
  46. Talcum – baby powder, cosmetics, fingerprint kits, chewing gum, crayons, supplements
  47. Teflon – used in plumbing and non-stick pans, fast food wrappers, raincoats, etc.
  48. Thiomersol – vaccines, cosmetics, tattoo inks, eye drops and contact lens solutions as well as a disinfectant
  49. Toluene – in paints, gasoline, shoe polish, adhesives (glue sniffing), candle fumes
  50. Trichloroethylene – found in adhesives, paint and grease removers, anesthetics, etc.
  51. Triclosan – hand sanitizer, toothpaste, soaps, detergents, toys, and surgical cleaning treatments as disinfectant
  52. Triton-X – found in antiviral pharmaceuticals, vaccines, cleaning compounds, etc


47. BERRIES VIAL includes

Acai BerryElderberryRaspberry-Black,Golden,Red
BarberryGoji berryRedcurrant
Bilberry BlackberryGooseberrySalmonberry
BlackcurrantHuckleberrySea buckthorn Berry


AppleJackfruitPassion Fruit
BananaKumquatPear, Cactus
BreadfruitLemonPear, Prickly
DateMamey SapotePomelo
Dragon Fruit/PitayaMangoPrunes


ArborioCalasparraPopcorn Rice
BasmatiInstantPurple Sticky
Bhutanese RedJasmineShort Grain
Black JaponicaKalijiraSticky/Glutinous/Mochi
BrownLong GrainSushi
CalroseMedium GrainValencia
Camargue Red RiceParboiledWhite
CarnaroliPaellaWild Rice
Black Forbidden RicePatna 


Amaranth LeavesDandelion GreensOlive
ArtichokeElephant GarlicOnion
Bamboo ShootsEscaroleParsley Root
Beans, greenFennelParsnip
Beans, snapFiddleheadPeas, green
Beans, stringGalangalPeas, snow
Beans, waxGarlicPeas, sugar snap
Beet GreensGingerPumpkin
Bitter MelonGrape LeavesPurslane
Bitter GourdHearts of PalmRadicchio
Bok ChoyHorseradishRadish
BroccoliJerusalem ArtichokeRapini
Brussels SproutsJícamaRutabaga
Burdock Root/GoboKaleScallions
CalabashKohlrabi GreensSpinach
CapersLacinatoSquash, summer
CarrotLeeksSquash, winter
Cassava/YucaLemongrassSweet potato
CauliflowerLettuce, butterheadSwiss Chard
CeleryLettuce, green leafTaro
Celery Root/CeleriacLettuce, red leafTurnip
CeltuceLettuce, romaineTurnip Greens
ChayoteLettuce, icebergWater Chestnut
Chinese Broccoli/Kai-lanLotus RootWater Spinach
Chinese SpinachLotus SeedWatercress
Collard GreensMustard GreensWinter Melon
CucumberNapa CabbageYams
Cucumber, englishNopalesZucchini
Daikon RadishOkra