Live Blood Analysis

Live blood analysis is a relatively simple approach that involves examining a blood sample immediately after it has been taken. The sample is not treated with any stains, which actually kill the cells. The physician typically takes a small sample from the patient’s fingertip. The blood is viewed under a dark field microscope.

Dark field microscopy is an excellent approach because the viewer can see very tiny particles in the cell while the blood is still alive. The composition of blood cells change after they die. This makes it impossible to detect many types of health problems.