Live Blood Science
Live Blood Cell Analysis
Microscopy allows a health professional to evaluate the shapes and other properties of individual blood cells, indicating nutritional conditions which can be adversely affecting a person's health. The advantage of this analysis over standard blood tests, which detect chemical changes in the blood, is the ability of dark field microscopy to detect nutritional disorders sooner, when the problem is in its infancy stages. By monitoring the blood's condition, a health professional can assist in 'balancing' the blood by giving dietary and lifestyle recommendations which can enhance health.
This microscopic photograph of healthy, powerful blood shows the red blood cells to be round, evenly shaped and freely floating in plasma. The plasma itself is clear with a few fat globules. There are no signs of clotting, bacteria, fungus, disease or stress. This is the kind of blood a healthy person should have flowing through their circulatory system.
'Blood Crystallisation or Oxidative Stress Test
This test is a procedure in which layers of capillary blood are pressed onto a glass slide which is left uncovered in order to allow it to dry. In the process of drying, the blood goes through a natural process of spinning as it coagulates. The unique characteristics of the sample are then reviewed and evaluated.
Soft white clots of protein puddles (laking) appear which are distinctive 'foot prints' representing inflammatory or degenerative problems.
Where standard laboratory blood tests are generally quantitative (how many cells are there?), Nutritional Microscopy is qualitative (what is the condition of the cells?). Standard laboratory tests are often used as pre/post studies to Nutritional Microscopy because there is correlative value in knowing both the quantity and quality of the client's cells.
The Microscopist and client can see the characteristics of the client's blood live on a video screen. This process gives current and past information, as it pertains to the biological terrain of the client (stress appears in the blood sometimes years before it manifests as symptoms). This information can assist the Microscopist and client by:
- Giving early warning of possible upcoming challenges
- Showing patterns of disorganization
- Alerting to the advisability of medical referral
- Monitoring a challenge before and after regimes
- Determining the effectiveness of various regimes
Among the phenomenon observed are:
- Relative level of acidity in the body fluids and the effects these acids have on the body
- Relative activity of the immune system
- Condition of the red blood cells and changes in form and function
- General organ 'stress'
- Presence of parasites, bacteria, yeast, fungus, and mold
- Blood sugar imbalances
- Malabsorption of fats, proteins, and other nutrients
- Crystalline forms of morbid matter, acids, cholesterol, and mycotoxins
- Degenerative stress and gastrointestinal tract dysfunction
For over 70 years, Blood Crystallization Analysis has been performed by hundreds of microscopists. The resulting accumulation of clinical research data indicates how these blood pictures relate to health challenges. In recent years, much credence has been given to this test.
Live Cell Analysis using Dark Field Microscopy and Blood Crystallization (Oxidative Stress Test) using Bright Field Microscopy given by your health professional are for nutritional information only and should not be considered a medical diagnosis.
Blood is a vital part of the transportation system which delivers nutrients to all parts of our body and collects waste to be removed. Proper diet and lifestyle is an important part of keeping this transportation system operating at peak efficiency. Microscopy is a tool which can help determine the current health of your blood and help direct you towards dietary supplements to improve blood health where needed.
The Outcome Is To Bring the Body into Optimal Balance
GENERAL HEALTH WARNING: The information and advice provided by Orassy Kendron is not intended as a substitute for medical advice. Any person suffering from conditions requiring medical attention, or who have symptoms that concern them, should consult their GP