Blood Cell Analysis

“The day may yet arrive when one may take a drop of blood and diagnose the condition of the entire physical body.” – Edgar Cayce

A blood cell analysis reveals a person’s health by looking at blood, which tells the truth about the body. Blood is important as it provides oxygen and nutrients to the body’s cells, as well as aids in the elimination of toxins and waste. A blood cell analysis looks into the overall well-being of a person by considering nutrition, hydration, stress, lifestyle choices, diet and more on a cellular level.

There are two types of blood cell analysis: live and dry. Both involve getting a drop of blood and examining it on a glass slide with a dark-field microscope, which diverts light rays so the blood cells appear on a black background instead of the normal white one. Even putting the drop of blood on the glass slide can be revealing; does the blood spread easily or with difficulty?

The glass slide is put into focus and zoomed in to see the individual blood cells. The magnified blood cells are projected onto a large screen so you can see the activity in your blood.

A big question to consider is whether or not the blood cells are evenly spread out versus being stacked or clumped together. The easier that the blood cells can flow or repel each other represents the circulation and access to the oxygen-carrying capacity of the cell. Clumping or stacking could suggest some inflammation or other toxic condition.

By examining the morphology and shape of the cells, you can see if they are nutritionally sound or anemic. You can also look at the white cells mixed with the blood cells and their activity; are they sluggish? What do they say about the immune system’s health? Another factor to consider is the sighting of microbes: bacteria, viruses and fungi. Consider how these microbes are taking advantage of the blood cells.

For dry blood cell analysis, the blood is left to dry before examining it; as the blood dries, it spins into various patterns seen as holographic images that are representative of the entire system reflecting free radical damage, organ weaknesses and toxicity levels. The blood cells are observed at a lower level of magnification on the dark-field microscope.

After examining the blood cells and seeing if there are any issues, you can discuss any supplements to counter the problems. A program is prepared for each individual client to best suit their needs using pharmaceutical-grade products with a proven history to encourage lifestyle changes as indicated. The body always strives to be in balance and appreciates the help in restoring its natural resources when the stresses of life take their toll.

A blood cell analysis can identify cancer, immune system issues and other deficiencies or health conditions. It analyzes any potential allergies, parasites, hormonal imbalances and more.

Please note that a blood cell analysis is not a treatment or medical option; it is simply to help evaluate the health of a person. Follow-up appointments can help monitor and maintain the ever-changing dynamics of your health and well-being.