Blood is the biological material that is used absolutely most often to determine the correct diagnosis. A blood test can reveal a lot of problems, from trivial infections to serious diseases. Thanks to preventive screening, you can start addressing them before they develop and become more complicated. The life-giving fluid, blood, has been and continues to be the subject of considerable medical and scientific interest. Without blood there would be no life, it is irreplaceable in our bodies. Therefore, it is very important to promote proper blood production, blood cell levels and to cleanse the body of toxins. An adult has an average of 7 to 11 pints of blood, with the blood content of the body making up about 6 percent of a person’s total weight. The blood is thus – after the skin and skeleton – the third heaviest part. Oxygenated blood is bright red in colour, while deoxygenated blood is dark red. Its main function is the exchange of respiratory gases – oxygen and carbon dioxide – between the tissues and the external environment. Blood carries nutrients – a necessary source of energy – throughout the body and carries away metabolic products, distributing hormones and other important substances to target organs. Blood also contributes to the maintenance of body temperature and helps maintain the stability of the internal environment.
Its main function is the exchange of respiratory gases – oxygen and carbon dioxide – between the tissues and the external environment. Blood carries nutrients – a necessary source of energy – throughout the body and carries away metabolic products, distributing hormones and other important substances to target organs. Blood also contributes to the maintenance of body temperature and helps maintain the stability of the internal environment. So the amount of fluid and elements in the blood must be balanced, otherwise there is always a problem. The blood has to flow nicely in the blood vessels to be able to distribute nutrients and oxygen to all organs. If the blood is too thick, not only does it move more slowly, but dangerous clots can form. Poor blood vessel patency can then lead to heart attacks or strokes. During inflammation, after antibiotics or even after vaccination, it has been observed that the blood system starts to generate a lot of platelets, which act as glue and stick the red blood cells (erythrocytes) together. They form what is called “Coin Stacking of RBC – Rouleaux Formation”, which is not good for the blood because in this state an erythrocyte can only carry about 20% of the oxygen. It no longer takes up oxygen with its entire body, but only with its lateral edges. Thus, the united erythrocytes are no longer the carriers of life, which means that the blood no longer performs its function as it should. Healthy blood is therefore one of the very essential keys to our physical health.
Blood is the life-giving lymph of the body, the fuel of the heart and the powerhouse of life. Prevention of blood diseases is therefore very important. It is always better and easier to prevent a problem, disease, etc., than to stop or correct it once it has started. In the end, prevention even works out much cheaper than expensive treatment. Financial savings are, of course, not the main motive here. However, the primary reduction of the health risks that could cause disease is invaluable.
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Case Study 2 ( Numbers 1-4 corresponds to the numbers in the blood slide)
Patient is a 42-year-old female who is Perimenopausal and has been exposed to high levels of EMF radiation.
Blood Before Exposure to Photon Energy:
1. Eosinophils – Present in allergies and Parasitic infections.
2. Ovalocytes – Indicative of Hormonal Imbalances.
3. Uric Acid- This is caused by the die-off of Pathogens.
4. Phospholipid Forms- Present in Glucose imbalances and Candida
Blood after 20 minutes of exposure to Photon Energy:
1. Decreased Eosinophils
2. Cells are restored to a normal circular shape with a vibrant charge.
3. Significant decrease in Uric acid levels – This usually takes longer periods of time to accomplish.
4. Decreased number of Phospholipid forms.