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You have great questions. It is important to be clear and to keep it simple. No more confusion!
Follow the sequence of the videos because they are in order. The products that you have are good, just use them when you get to that video, but muscle test first to be sure your child is ready for it, then muscle test for the beginning dosage. It should be low. It is also good to go slowly. His system needs time to process and release toxins. If there is an increase in symptoms, physical or behavioral, you can back off for a couple of days. This means stop giving him the newest product that was introduced (for a day, or two, or three), that started the symptoms, and wait until you notice symptoms subsiding, then muscle test him for it again and resume with that product.
As far as integrating what Robert has suggested, the order for elixirs from Robert should override the elixir order in the program because Robert is being very specific for your child. Begin with the elixirs, adding in only one new product at a time, (about every 2-3 days). Robert is usually very specific in his email back to you about this. He has you begin with the ones that can be introduced earlier. The rest will be added later. You can muscle test your son about once per week for the next elixir on the list until you get a positive, strong reading, then test for its dosage.
As you are integrating the elixirs you will get to a point where he does not test strong for the next one. This means to wait on it. He is not ready for it yet. It could be a week, or even a month before he is ready for that one, so just keep testing for it about once per week. Meanwhile, test for the next product to be introduced that is in the program, and move forward with them. Just remember, one new product at a time…and keep journaling. There’s no rush either. Slow is good.
I hope this helps.