LIVE BLOOD ANALYSIS and DRY BLOOD ANALYSIS through ultra dark field and bright field microscopy has been practiced for over 100 years. It was developed in Germany by scientists and doctors who had a different view on how the body works and regulates its internal systems. It was more preventative and holistic in nature. LBA gives a unique perspective on an individual’s health by viewing nearly invisible micro organisms in the blood, the red blood cells themselves, your amazing immune system white cells and a host of other elements floating in the plasma of your blood. It’s a powerful way to assess the overall balance in your internal (pH) pool and the disease-causing factors in your body. Dry blood Analysis gives us more invaluable information about your level of oxidative stress or long term damages as well as an host of health markers.
By viewing a drop of your own blood under a very powerful microscope (1000X) and comparing it to a healthy specimen, a trained analyst may alert you to any imbalance or disease-causing factors. You will view your living blood on a monitor screen and John will explain to you in a simple and informative way how it relates to your body and health. Pictures will be taken and recorded on a CD that will be inserted in a personal folder that will also include a five page live and dry blood report plus a recommendation sheet. You have all new blood in your body every three to four months so upon following recommendations you can change that picture quite rapidly and also feel the improvement. It will give you a feeling of empowerment seeing how you can change your own body.
Valuable information can be compiled, such as:
and many more….
Each session includes BLOOD TYPING and a BASIC IRIDOLOGY assessment with Diane as well. We also offer a nutritional chart for each blood type according to Doctor D’Adamo (charts at additional cost).
We recommend not eating or drinking juice, tea or coffee, etc. for three to four hours prior to the consultation; drinking plenty of water is fine.
MORE ON BLOOD ANALYSIS
Blood is not a sterile environment, nor is it a static environment. That environment can change, most notably through diet and other factors such as continuous exposure to mental or physical stress as well as chemical or electromagnetic contamination or exposure. Microorganisms in the blood can change too due to those factors involved.
The North American medical establishment does not look at live blood. Their practice of staining blood with chemicals kills it. It also kills the ability to really ‘see’ that there are bacteria, microorganisms and parasites that are not only in the blood, but over time they grow, can change their shape and can become pathogenic (disease producing). Understanding this concept is essential to the understanding of cancer and its cure, and the cure of many other diseases.
DARK FIELD METHOD: This method of viewing the blood is often referred to as German Dark field (DF). It is similar to the method used by the early researchers in Europe such as Dr. G. Gunther Enderlein, the German professor who pioneered Live Blood Analysis (LBA). In Germany today it remains the preferred method of viewing the blood. It is also referred to as Ultra DF because of its use of a powerful, high illumination, 150w halogen light source. Due to its ability to reveal the delicate elements of the blood, DF is the method of choice in monitoring the microbes within the blood. The more pathogenic (harmful) microbes indicate a higher risk for health problems. By evaluating them, a person’s health status is accurately assessed. Flourishing pathogenic microbial life is commonly the result of poor dietary choices leading to hyperacidity of the tissues, toxic foci (a specific area of toxicity which spreads toxins to other areas of the body) or a high level of stress.
DRY LAYER BLOOD TEST: Sometimes called the Oxidative Stress Test, it differs from the previous dark field test, in that it uses a dried sample of blood rather than the living blood. It originated in Europe in the 1920’s and was first introduced to the USA by the head of surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, Dr. H.L. Bowlen in the 1930’s. He learned the test from General Dwight D. Eisenhower’s NATO physicians, Dr. Heitan and Dr. La Garde. Recent research conducted in several U.S. universities and by many independent researchers has validated this test, not to mention over 70 years of use by various practitioners in clinics around the world. The different patterns and formations showing in the dry blood are an amazing wealth of information concerning the person’s health. Amazingly it can be read like a map pointing to different weakness and problems. While the Live Blood shows a more immediate picture, the dry blood test shows a more long-term picture and therefore the more long term damage as well as present conditions.