Seeing is Believing: We do Hemaview Live Blood Analysis.
Blood provides every cell with the oxygen and nutrients it needs. It also is the system through which toxins and waste products are carried to the organs of elimination.
Live Blood Analysis is a tool that gives clients an insight into the inner workings of the body. Using only one or two drops of blood we can investigate the size, shape & ratios of the red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets in your blood amongst other indicators.
You may have had the familiar Drs blood tests before, but nothing compares to seeing your own blood live on a screen in front of you. We are fully trained to screen your blood & explain how different aspects may relate to your health. With Live Blood analysis expect to see changes in your blood as your treatment progresses.
Live Blood is based on the medical science of Hematology. It provides an immediate visible assessment of the following factors:
Immune System health
Oxidative stress & free radical damage
With only the prick of a finger a drop of blood is put onto a slide, with a glass coverslip placed over it, to prevent the fragile blood from drying out too quickly.
It’s then immediately viewed through a specialized microscope enabling the client to see their blood magnified 100, 400 or even 1000 times as it’s projected onto a monitor. The blood viewing is considered to be “alive” because it happens as soon as the test is done enabling client & practitioner to see live moving parts in the blood.
Come see your immune system performing its functions before your very eyes.
Live Blood Analysis:
Germ Theory v Biological Terrain & its Implications in Live Blood Analysis (also known as Darkfield Microscopy)
Louis Pasteur (1822-1895) the inventor of pasteurization admitted he got it wrong. Many decades after his death his private journals reveal his change of heart. “It is not the germ that causes disease but the terrain in which the germ is found”.
Much debate took place in the 19th & 20th century between proponents of pleomorphism & those of monomorphism. Monomorphists (mono = single/fixed & morph = form) like Pasteur, believed that microbes reproduce by single division & are fixed in form. Pasteur’s theory gave life to the ever popular production of modern day antibiotics.
Pleomorphists (pleo = many & morph = form) such as Claude Bernard (1813-1878) & Antoine Bechamp (1816-1908) say that microbes can transform into more sophisticated life forms & that this transformation is a consequence of an unhealthy biological terrain.
The study of the blood and the microbes that emanate from blood cells was the subject of extensive examination in the late nineteenth century by Antoine Bechamp. At the time, it was widely believed that the cell was the smallest unit of life. But the French professor (Bechamp) insisted it was the tiny granules within the cell (which he called "microzymas") which comprised the smallest unit of life. In Bechamp's view, bacteria could develop from these microzymas under appropriate conditions. His book, The Blood and its Third Element, is still in print.
German zoologist Gunther Enderlein (1872-1968) devoted many years to the dark field microscopic study of the blood. The complicated "life cycle" of these blood bacteria is described in his book Bacterien-Cyclogenie (1925)
Dr Raymond Royal Rife ((1888-1971) inventor, scientist & biochemist invented 5 Supermicroscopes, his 3rd being the most famous. With a magnification of 60 000x & a resolution of 31 000x he could see live microscopic pathogens pleomorph in real time.
Times are changing. We now understand that our health is affected by our biological terrain.