WHAT IS LIVE BLOOD ANALYSIS?
Live blood analysis is a visual medicine as it allows the therapist and the patient to see the blood in its living form, which provides a really fascinating sight every time you view it.
This method of blood analysis uses a drop of live blood from the patient's finger and then viewed under a compound microscope using a darkfield condenser. Conventional methods of blood analysis use chemical stains to helps to colour certain morphologies in the blood and make them visible. However, these stains damage or kills most of the live substance in the blood.
Under a darkfield microscope, the blood is stained with light frequencies rather than chemicals, so the blood remains alive and active, allowing the viewer to see live white blood and red cells moving under the microscope.
There is no doubt in people’s minds, once they have viewed blood in its live form, that it is something which is not lifeless or sterile, as many microbiologists believe. It is very alive.
Unlike other blood tests, you remain present for the test. It must be done quickly as the blood will degrade with time.
Edgar Cayce, the great prophet, predicted back in the 1930’s that a person’s state of health will be able to be determined by just one drop of blood, in future times. This is now a reality using the live blood analysis process.
WHAT IS LIVE BLOOD ANALYSIS USED FOR?
Live blood analysis is particularly useful for:
* Early detection of conditions, (such as cancer), before they manifest
* Detection of nutritional deficiencies (especially of iron, folic acid and fatty acids)
* Alkalinity or Acidity of the blood
* How toxic the body is
* Whether there are parasites or worms present
* Gut permeability and digestive health
* Antioxidant and free radical levels
* Immune strength by the viability of white blood cells
HOW DOES THE BLOOD GIVE US THIS INFORMATION?
By observing variations in the size, shape, ratios & fine structure of red cells, white cells, platelets and other structures in your blood, a great deal of information can be gathered from the astute practitioner or scientist.