Reagents in Radionics
A reagent is a substance of some kind or a ‘recording’ of a set of rates that, when added to the well of a radionic instrument, along with the witness of the subject, helps to reduce the condition, which is a negative manifestation, or to increase the intensity of something positive. So, the operator can simply use the reagents to broadcast instead of manually dialing each one.
For example, if you were checking the G.V. Or General Vitality (9-49) of your houseplant and found that it was at an intensity of 600. You could have raised the G.V. of your houseplant, by adding something to the well of your instrument along with the witness of your houseplant (piece of a leaf, photo, etc.) What could you add as a reagent, well, just about anything, but not everything will raise the G.V. Some things will severely lower the plant, which would be detrimental to the plant.