Live Blood Analysis For Psoriasis

The health or disease even though not so close as to say you have psoriasis can be seen under the microscope. However, the way that live blood analysis is performed and explained by the Live Blood Analysis (LBA) specialists is often misleading and wrong.

I already wrote short summarizing comment about the Live Blood Analysis on Facebook:

“Live blood analysis as performed by many is actually scam. However I believe that many of them who do Live Blood Analysis do not know that those crenated cells, crystals and other structures are actually from interstitial fluid (intercellular fluid) and lymphatic vessels!!! Usually you can see under the microscope just stacked RBC if the blood is drained from vein. I mean if you do not draw blood from the vein like it is common for standard blood test in hospital then the blood from finger or other part of the body is contaminated by lymph. The more you press the skin to get the drop of blood usually with something like blood glucose Lancet or needle the more lymph contaminate the blood = crenated cells due to osmosis (lymph is thicker than blood) and various formations (crystals, fibers, …) are present under the microscope. Those formations have to be dissolved – pancreatin, serrapeptase, bromelain, papain, VITAMIN K COMPLEX! – for dissolving the calcium structures in lymphatic system. Then add Neem up to 15-20grams daily (if there are no bad reactions since Neem significantly thins the blood!) as tea and the lymph should start move. If lymphatic vessels are stuck then the blood has a hard time to flow into the blood vessels since normally there is constant leakage of blood plasma into the tissues and back to the blood vessels and lymphatic vessels. If lymphatic vessels are FULL then the plasma from blood vessels can not leak into the tissues and back to the lymphatic vessels. The result is thick blood (various proteins stay in blood plasma), hypoxic tissues and toxic cellular wastes are not drained out by lymphatic vessels.”

Here in this blog post I will try to explain Live Blood Analysis in more details and show some proof photos that may save you some money since you will think twice before you spend it for some live blood analysis.

Live Blood Analysis is very limited

Blood drop near the psoriasis patches.

Of course that Live Blood Analysis is not accepted as relevant medical test by mainstream medicine but medical laborants (or computers automatically) also look at your blood and make some conclusions. However mainstream medicine calls that process not Live Blood Analysis but it is part of the hematology.

So what can be really seen visually when looking at the drop of blood under the microscope?

Specialist can spot:

  • RBC (count and appearance)
  • WBC (count and appearance)
  • platelets
  • fibrin strands
  • cells shape
  • clumped cells
  • some pathogens (fungus, bacteria, parasites) but that is actually all one can get from visual checking of the blood.

No acidity, no free radicals, no protein indigestion, no vitamin deficiencies, no mineral deficiencies, nothing like that.

Sure you can identify possible B12 and/or B9 (folate) deficiencies but it is more accurate to determine the possible deficiencies using the biochemistry.

Actually when some ill person goes somewhere to get live blood analysis then it is almost 100% that he/she has bad digestion so protein maldigestion is common. LBA specialist knows that and may fool the client with the “extensive knowledge” of his/her health and digestive problems but actually digestion is lacking in all chronically ill people.

Blood is contaminated with lymph and interstitial fluid

Red blood cells form transform to echinocytes (the shape of RBC) due to blood contamination with lymph.

Another big problem is how the blood for live blood analysis is obtained. Getting even just one drop from the finger will never get pure blood! That “blood” drop will contain also interstitial fluid what is actually intercellular fluid (fluid containing a lot of particles/chemical molecules) as well as the lymph containing the metabolic wastes and nutrients.

Both of these fluids are osmotically more concentrated than the pure blood plasma so the red blood cells in that drop of “blood” when analysed under the microscope are already affected by all that solutes (various dissolved chemicals) found in lymph.

Then it is no surprise that your live blood analysis specialist will tell you something like “you have undigested protein in your blood”, “those red blood cells are called echinocytes because they are damaged by free radicals” or “these are the crystals of uric acid flowing in your blood”.

The truth is that the most of those crystals and weird looking formations comes from the interstitial fluid and lymph vessels not from the blood. That is also the cause why it actually looks like there is nothing wrong with you in case of fibromyalgia, CFS, psoriasis, etc.. because the laboratory sees your blood drawn from the vein. So there is no garbage from the lymphatic vessels and standard blood parameters that the doctors are checking are usually in normal ranges.

Blood drawn from vein vs. one drop from finger

The next photos show the blood of one person. You can see the difference in blood when drawn from vein or from finger by taking just one drop that is usually contaminated with lymph.

Not healthy vein blood may look like this in laboratory. Red blood cells may be stacked and you can see the fibrin strands but usually nothing else.

If the blood for Live Blood Analysis is obtained the better (although not the right) way then blood is not so much contaminated with intercellular fluid and lymph fluid. The result is just a few crystals or other unidentifiable formations (see arrow in the picture) and not so much echinocytes (two arrows point at them in the picture).

A lot of echinocytes is the result of contamination of blood with lymph, drying out the blood or wrong blood smear preparation (too pressure on the blood smear). Also those big crystals come usually from the lymph fluid.

In this video you can see the reason why you have to have the blood that flows easily. Excess fibrin formation, irregularly shaped red blood cells, calcium and fat deposits in the blood capillaries, damaged lining of the blood capillaries, etc.. all that contributes to worsening of the blood flow and transport of oxygen to the tissues.

How to clean the lymphatic vessels

Move your body!

If you don’t move you have to start moving – it is really very important. Of course itself will do nothing – so don’t think that it might possibly cure severe psoriasis without additional steps in lifestyle.

So let’s see what’s the second step…

After the years of not draining out the lymphatic vessels properly there can be a lot of protein and fat based formation that can be (and probably are) also combined with the calcium. So we need to soften them in order to be able to move them towards the wider lymph vessels or to dissolve them. That can be achieved by dissolving the chemical bonds holding those structures together.

Taking the vitamin K complex supplement (vitamin K1 and K2 as MK-4 and MK-7) helps dissolve the calcium deposits all over the body in the places where it shouldn’t be. That makes the vessels and calcium structures in the lymphatic system softer so it will be easier to move those structures away.

The same important part is done by proteolytic enzymes as well as digestive enzymes for dissolving the accumulated carbohydrates and fats. The best supplements for that purpose is serrapeptase as very strong proteolytic enzyme with another proteolytic enzymes – bromelain and papain. The pancreatin will digest the carbohydrate and fat formations.

Third step is to add the Neem to the regimen. The point is to support the detoxification of the body and Neem tree has been used in ayurvedic medicine for detoxification and skin problems for a long time. It is important as with the other supplements to take enough of it because for the maximum effect the dosage is very important.

Keep in mind that Neem is a potent blood thinner so start with the low dosages and raise if accordingly. I would not drink tea prepared from more than 20 grams of dried Neem leaf per day. The tea is extremely bitter so keep in mind that it is not very tasty to drink it.

Live Blood Analysis – once is enough

I am not against the live blood analysis. It may be interesting to check your blood but that is all – one time live blood analysis is enough. There is no need to checkup every 2 weeks or every month because usually you will see nothing new. Actually you will feel effects yourself much sooner on your body than healing would be visible on any live blood analysis.

Also don’t necessarily believe any live blood analysis specialist that would want you to buy some miracle detoxification supplements him/her and visit the office every 2-4 weeks.

I don’t know if those live blood analysis specialists know the issues I have addressed in this post or really believe in live blood analysis so much but either way live blood analysis is not so powerful diagnostic tool as they promote. It will show you that your body is not in optimal health but you won’t get into the really important specific facts.

Healthy digestion and cleaning out the lymphatic system have priority and that can be achieved by functioning kidneys, working liver, proper diet and enzymes producing pancreas and small intestine villi.

Especially for psoriasis B-complex supplementation is essential to support many enzymatic reactions in the body and balance the nervous system including the problematic adrenal glands.

If some bacterial or fungal toxins block some important enzymatic pathways then without eradicating that infection your body can not heal. That is why vitamins, minerals and other supplements may help a lot but never clear up psoriasis or resolve some other condition for 100%. If infection block the enzymes, cell receptors or protein synthesis then body can not heal!

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