Live Blood Analysis
What is Blood Microscopy?
Blood Microscopy is a diagnostic technique that allows a practitioner
to look at either live or dry blood through a specialized microscope
and see blood forms that are not otherwise revealed by a regular
Live and Dry blood microscopy originated in Europe in the 1920s
and since the 1930's the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston
has been using this important diagnostic tool.
Live and Dry blood microscopy helps to assess the health of the
patient and is also a powerful educational tool. It provides patients
with a picture of their own blood and gives them an incentive to
take more responsibility for their well being.
It is used as an early detection tool by identifying health problems
well before they start. It also allows the practitioner to monitor
the effectiveness of a particular therapy and the progress of the
How does Darkfield Blood Microscopy work?
In live blood analysis, a Darkfield microscope is used. It is a
standard microscope that is fitted with a different illumination
system. Instead of shining light directly through the sample, a light
condenser illuminates objects from the side. This makes the sample
appear to glow against a black background and allows fine structures
like cells and microorganisms to remain visible.
In a Darkfield examination the image from under the microscope is
magnified onto a screen for the patient to see.
What is dry blood microscopy?
Oxidative stress is the assessment of the body's ability to compensate
adequately to chemical stresses as can be seen in the blood.
The science of looking at oxidative stress in blood has been termed
oxidology . It is known as the Oxidative Stress Test. It is a procedure
in which layers of capillary blood are pressed onto a glass slide,
left uncovered and allowed 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 viewed and evaluated.
What does Darkfield Blood Microscopy benefit?
Using Live Blood analysis in a darkfield , practitioners can detect
early signs of illness by studying the shape and function of the
red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets, and the presence of
metabolic byproducts and pathogenic microorganisms. For example,
distortions of red blood cells and their ability to remain intact
on the slide can indicate a nutritional deficiency, oxidative damage
or the presence of undesirable bacteria.
The vitality of the white blood cells can also be determined by
observing the condition of their cell walls. Healthy blood does not
show many variations but the blood of a person who is unhealthy can
reveal a variety of abnormalities.
Blood Microscopy is also used to assess the effectiveness of a treatment
program. For example if a person is being treated for a certain condition,
and begins to feel better, but the health of their blood does not
improve, disease symptoms inevitably reappear. The treatment program
can therefore be adjusted until there are the desired improvements
within the blood too.
Avraham combines Live and Dry Blood analysis
with MORA Therapy. In this way, the patient receives a phenomenal
diagnostic and treatment program that treats the cause of illness
and returns the body to its vital state.
Frequently Asked Questions
How often are follow-up visits?
Most patients require a monthly visit for a period lasting between
4-6 months. The initial consultation is an hour and a quarter. Follow-up
visits are one hour . Avraham treats patients by alternating MORA
therapy and Darkfield appointments.
How is the blood test done?
A small drop of blood is taken from the finger. It is not painful
and the patient just feels a light prick.
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