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Live and Dry Blood Analysis

£233.33

Live blood cell analysis can be observed using a specialised microscope, a high powered state of the art blood analysis system with high-definition camera that projects an image of the live blood cells and blood elements in their living state onto a screen where the blood elements can be seen in their living state.

  • Further Information
  • In conventionally accepted blood tests, the blood is drawn into a tube, often mixed with an anticoagulant and only analysed hours later after the sample has been preserved and killed through staining. Although a number of medical tests can be performed on blood in this way, a large amount of potential information is lost, especially in the biological terrain, by doing this.

    Live blood analysis is also known as naturopathic microscopy, live blood cell analysis, nutritional microscopy and The Oxidative Stress test. It is not a tool to diagnose or investigate disease, this is a tool that supports energy therapy, homeostasis and overall wellbeing during a detox program.

    Changes in within your blood ecosystem can be seen as you progress through your health care regimen to aid changes relating to the digestive system, elimination system, endocrine system that may due to stress activity or poor lifestyle.

    It is important to point out that live blood analysis is NOT a diagnostic tool. It is not in any way a tool used to make a medical diagnosis of any specific medical condition. The real strength of live blood analysis lies in its ability to assess the state of a person’s biological terrain; to determine its level of toxicity, acidity, oxygenation, nutrition and ecological balance. These can result in any of the following:

    • Nutritional Deficiencies
    • Anti-Oxidant Levels
    • Mineral Imbalances
    • Immune Weakness
    • Adrenal Stress
    • Hydration Levels
    • Acidity
    • Digestive Imbalances
    • Liver Stress
    • Kidney Stress
    • Oxidative Stress
    • Circulatory Congestion & Poor Tissue Oxygenation
    • Cellular Fatigue
    • Lymphatic Congestion
    • Anaemia
    • Bowel Toxicity & Inflammation
    • Chemical & Heavy Metal Toxicity
    • Yeast/Candida overgrowth

    Please Note, A full report and aftercare is forwarded on via email after a detailed analysis of the recording of your live and dry blood analysis. This can take a couple of hours to complete and is done after your visit. 

    The completed report will show possible anomalies in RBC (red blood cells), WBC (white blood cells) Plasma and platelets as well as microorganisms. Recommendations will also be given to your personalised wellbeing program.

How it's done

  • STEP 1
  • After a full consultation and explanation of treatment, a sample is taken for both live and dry blood analysis


  • STEP 2
  • Recordings of both samples are taken with general assessment

  • STEP 3
  • A full report and aftercare is forwarded on via email after a detailed analysis of the recording of your live and dry blood analysis. This can take a couple of hours to complete and is done after your visit.  The completed report will show possible anomalies in RBC (red blood cells), WBC (white blood cells) Plasma and platelets as well as microorganisms. Recommendations will also be given to your personalised wellbeing program.