I have found that one of the most important action that needs to be taken in my clinical work is to investigate thoroughly. Looking at someone’s blood under a high powered microscope helps me to understand how the symptom picture expressed by the client relates to the health of his/her blood and body.In order to be successful in supporting the client to recover from whatever Mental, Emotional or Physical challenges are presented I need to investigate before any practical support can be suggested. The blood tells a story that is often different to the story told by the client….receiving both stories are a wonderful way of establishing a holistic overview of a person’s health.
The 2 1/2 hour consultation gives sufficient time to not only investigate but more so explain how this imbalance has come about in the first place.
The second most important action I need to present to the client is EDUCATION. The more we know and understand the greater our ability to identify the action that needs to be taken. It is not only about finding the obstacles to recovery.
If the obstacles to recovery are not removed then any treatment will be of a temporary nature and a relapse is often the consequence.
Live blood analysis, by contrast, examines unaltered live blood, under a special dark-field, phase-contrast compound microscopes. The high-powered compound microscope can magnify objects to a point where you can clearly view acid crystals, bacteria, yeast, and mould in exact detail within the blood sample. You can also see red and white blood cells, crystallized microforms, mycotoxins, cholesterol, metals, blood clots, undigested fats, toxic fungal forms and many other things – all in one drop of live blood.
A Live Blood Analysis places it’s focus on the quality of the fluid and the cells rather than the quantity of cells. A client can have a perfect Red Blood Cell count(RBC) and still experience the same symptoms as someone would with a low count( tiredness, lethargy, muddled thinking, forgetfulness etc). This is often due to the compromised quality of the Red Blood Cells and unhealthy fluid surrounding the cells.
When I look at live blood, I also look at the space between the cells, where the extracellular fluid, or plasma, is. I call this the negative space, or context. The blood cells, and the blood overall, is only as healthy as this plasma in which they are bathed.
The blood never lies. What you see when you look at it this way is a direct reflection of your health, and what your are eating, drinking, and thinking. In short, it shows how you are living.
Whenever I analyse someone’s blood, I always ask them the same questions. What are you eating? What are you drinking? What are you thinking? What are you feeling? The people whose blood looks the best — the people who live the longest — are eating green foods, breathing clean air, drinking clean water, finding ways to manage stress, working outside, exercising daily and getting lots of sunshine. And I can see the effects of all that in one drop of blood, no question.
Live blood analysis requires some fairly expensive technical equipment, and well-trained and experienced practitioners to interpret what is seen. I believe every hospital, clinic, doctors office, medical lab, and nutritional centre should have a properly trained live blood microscopist on staff. But that day is not yet here, so, although the test is quickly growing in popularity as its importance is better understood.Dried Blood Analysis
A test called the Mycotoxic Oxidative Stress Test (MOST) involves a small amount of blood allowed to dry and clot on a microscope slide. Under the microscope, blood from healthy people forms a standard pattern–a dense mat of red areas interconnected by dark, irregular lines, called fibrin. The blood of people under mycotoxic/oxidative stress–meaning excess acidity and microform overload and the resulting harmful wastes–has a variety of characteristic patterns that deviate from that norm. One common (and visually striking) abnormality is the presence of “clear” or white areas interrupting the standard pattern. The extent and shape of the clear areas reflect the symptoms that are likely to arise as a result of excess acidity, overgrowth and cellular degeneration. The pattern the blood forms reveals not only the presence of microform overgrowth, excess acidity and cellular degeneration but also the particular ways that overgrowth is affecting the individual. Certain patterns match certain symptoms, such as diabetes, arthritis, atherosclerosis, and even a cancerous condition.
Overall this test can show how strong or compromised a clients constitution is. When the Live Blood reality has managed to impact on the clients constitution, which by the way can be easily identified in the Dried Blood sample, then we know that his/her condition has progressed to a possible chronic and/or degenerative state. Under these circumstances immediate action is required.
Witnessing these investigatory processes is an exciting and eye-opening experience as we enter into a microscopic world.
Anyone on the standard Australian diet is, to a greater or lesser degree, imbalanced—acidic. If you have any symptoms, you can be sure you are imbalanced and over-acidic. On the other hand, doing what you know is right for your body, you can rely on your body to handle the complex details of self-repair. Your results—how you look and feel—will speak for themselves. Freed from acid overload, you’ll be symptom-free, full of energy, and mentally wide awake. You’ll also reach your body’s own best, healthy weight.
INVESTIGATE BEFORE YOU MEDICATE