Live Blood Analysis

Live blood analysis, also known as darkfield microscopy, is a technique that assess a person’s health by examining a small sample of their live blood under a microscope. It is believed that live blood analysis can provide insights into various health conditions and nutritional imbalances. However, it is important to note that live blood analysis is not diagnostic tool but rather looks at the terrain of the bloods health.  Healthy blood, healthy body.  Just as a healthy plant needs healthy soil to thrive, so does a healthy body need healthy blood.

The procedure for live blood analysis typically involves the following steps:

  1. Blood sample collection: A small drop of blood is usually taken from the fingertip using a lancet or a similar device. The blood is then placed on a glass slide.
  2. Darkfield microscope examination: The glass slide containing the blood sample is placed under a specialized darkfield microscope. This type of microscope illuminates the sample from the side, causing the red blood cells to appear bright against a dark background.
  3. Observation and interpretation: The practitioner or technician examines the live blood sample through the microscope and looks for various characteristics such as the shape, size, movement, and clustering of the red blood cells, as well as the presence of other blood components like white blood cells and platelets. They may also look for other elements such as bacteria, yeast, or parasites.

The live blood analysis and certain observations made during the examination can provide insights into a person’s overall health, including nutritional deficiencies, digestive issues, toxicity levels, immune system function, and more. It is believed that irregularities or abnormalities in the appearance of blood cells can indicate underlying health problems.