Blood Analysis and Biopuncture
Live blood cell analysis is the observation and examination of live blood cells with the aid of a high resolution microscope. This technique of inspection is commonly known as microscopy. Because of the rise in cases of degenerative diseases, like cancer, diabetes, heart disease, osteoporosis, the importance of live blood analysis has become apparent. This is because the analysis of blood, as originally proposed by the French biologist, Antoine Bechamp, is starting to expose some remarkable solutions for diseases that modern medicine, which is based on the theories of Louis Pasteur, a contemporary of Bechamp, has not been able to solve so far.
Live blood analysis includes taking a blood sample through a tiny pin prick on the fingertip. Then, a single drop of blood sample is placed under a specially adapted microscope, with the use of an attached camera; the microscope is connected to a video screen for better viewing. The image seen on the video screen is the 20,000 times magnification of the tiny blood sample. Since the blood is still living, occurrences can be observed such as that of yeasts, moulds, bacteria, parasites, immune system activity, allergies, hormonal imbalances, sugar intolerances, to name a few.
It is important to note however that live blood analysis (LBA) is immensely different from the standard blood test, known as complete blood count (CBC). In CBC, the blood cells are no longer living and are, therefore, merely tallied. Explaining the disparities of both tests further, a CBC report includes an inventory of the total number of white blood cells, which denotes the immune system. However, stressing yet again that blood cells in CBC are dead, there is no way of telling if the said white blood cells are actually working or not as immune defences of the body. In LBA, white blood cells are alive and can be viewed on the video screen attached to the microscope. The images on the video screen show the movement through the blood plasma of white blood cells. Their functions of collecting bacteria and waste can be witnessed.
The experience of seeing white blood cells in action is very unique encounter. Furthermore, LBA delivers a qualitative analysis of blood rather than a quantitative one as rendered by CBC.
The performance of live blood analysis enables health care practitioners to have the opportunity for understanding of the mechanisms of particular diseases. Since food is utilised by the body to repair and strengthen itself, health practitioners can better advise their patients on how such patients can regain the control and responsibility for their health.
Live blood analysis is the ultimate test for the prevention of sickness and disease. You can pick up health challenges months if not years before any other diagnostic medical test!
- The level of activity of the immune system
- The condition of the red blood cells
- Liver, kidney, pancreas, heart, lung, prostate, ovary, breast and other organ stress
- Detection of the presence of parasites, yeast, fungus, mould, and the degree of pleomorphic activity
- Observation of features associated with blood sugar imbalance
- Observation of features associated with malabsorption of fats
- Observation of features associated with protein malabsorption
- Observation of features associated with nutrient malabsorption and vitamin deficiency
- Observation of crystalline forms such as protoplasts, fibrous thallus, uric acid, cholesterol, and mycotoxins
- Observation of features associated with gastro-intestinal tract dysfunction
- Observation of features associated with degenerative conditions
This helps by:
- Giving you early warning of possible oncoming problems
- Letting you know exactly what is going on in your body and with your health
- Specifying conditions quickly and unambiguously
- Alerting you to the advisability of specific medical referral
- Monitoring the condition before and after regimes
- Determining the effectiveness of various regimes
Live blood analysis is an innovative approach to determine possible medical problems in individuals. The examination involves using fresh blood rather than blood that is preserved to be examined later. Proponents for the approach suggest that the process is superior to evaluating `dead` blood that is stained.
When live blood practitioners detect illnesses early, they are more likely to be able to treat the condition effectively. Since live blood analysis can determine the pathological stage of the medical problem, and in some cases, it can detect problems before they occur.
Early detection is critical in healing problems effectively, but preventative medicine is preferable. It is much better to treat the person rather than an illness. Live blood analysis may also be effective in determining possible problems that the patient could encounter because of a predisposition. Patients can take a proactive approach to prevent possible illnesses and medical problems if they know which diseases they may be prone to develop. This is ideal for approaches like naturopathic medicine that seek to take preventative measures in order to ensure good health.
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 practitioner typically takes a small sample from the patient`s fingertip.
You may want to consider using live blood analysis as a complementary part of your routine check-up with your physician. The process is quick and painless and it is ideal for developing preventative medicine approaches specific to your health needs.
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What is Biopuncture?
Biopuncture is a new therapy consisting of injecting biological products (herbs and homeopathic products) into specific areas. The name Biopuncture originated from combining the word biotherapeutics [ bio- ] with acupuncture [ -puncture ].
Most of these injections are given under the skin or in the muscles. Examples of products commonly used in biopuncture for many years are: Arnica, Calendula, Echinacea, Nux vomica and Chamomilla.
Arnica is used for haematomas, and muscle pain, Nux vomica is injected for digestive problems, Ignatia is used for stress related symptoms, Echinacea is used to increase the natural defense system of the body. One can also inject cocktails of natural products.
These cocktails contain several biotherapeutic products in one ampoule. Several such diluted products are mixed together in one ampoule, which has its own specific therapeutic characteristics. Traumeel for example is used for inflammations and sports injuries, and Zeel is used for tennis elbow, whiplash and arthrosis.
Where are these injections given?
Most people - especially those who are apprehensive about injections because they may have had bad experiences with injections in their childhood - are surprised how easily and quickly these injections are given. In fact, these injections cannot be compared with the usual injections given in conventional medicine. They are not as painful as a normal injection because the needle used is very fine and the quantity injected is very small. Most of them are given into or just under the skin, others are given into specific muscle points or into and around joints. In most cases, several little injections are given in a specific zone (or in several areas) of the body at each session.
What about the safety and efficacy of this technique?
Biopuncture will always be performed according to the latest technical and safety standards. This includes a correct injection technique, and of course the use of sterile disposable material, so that transmission of disease (e.g. hepatitis, AIDS) is impossible.
How does Biopuncture work?
These natural products are injected with the primary aim of stimulating your own defense systems, i.e. the body is invited to start healing itself. In many cases, this is sufficient to get the body in balance again. You may receive injections in your neck for whiplash, on your chest for bronchitis, on your abdomen for gastro-enteritis, in your knee for joint pain, etc.
Another important issue is the detoxification of the body. It literally means cleaning the body. All the toxins that have accumulated in your body, for example from the environment, from bad nutrition, or from medication (e.g. antibiotic and steroid pollution) can block your immune defense system. They are called homo toxins because they are toxic for the homo sapiens. See Homotoxicology. They can also disturb the reflex responses of your nervous system. All these toxins in your body are the reason why your body may not be functioning optimally, as it did when you were younger. Eliminating all these toxins is an important strategy, especially when dealing with chronic diseases. Biopuncture can help you enormously with that. Some products (so-called anti-homotoxic products) are designed for this purpose: they eliminate or neutralize the homotoxins in your body. Some work specifically on the liver (Hepar compositum), and others on the kidneys (Solidago compositum) or on the lymphatic system (Lymphomyosot).
Which conditions are best treated with Biopuncture?
Biopuncture is mostly used for minor orthopaedic and musculo-skeletal problems, whether they are acute or chronic. Neck pain, back pain, sciatica, sprained joints, frozen shoulder and Achilles tendonitis all respond well to this treatment. Biopuncture is also very successful in treating sports injuries, tennis elbow, and repetitive strain injuries.
What to expect with treatment
Biopuncture cannot heal all your medical problems. This is not a miracle therapy and your health practitioner must decide what can be treated, and what can't. The majority of patients choose to be treated with biopuncture because they are in pain and do not support the use of conventional painkillers. However, it is important to realise that biopuncture cannot take away the pain as with conventional medication. Pain is seen as an important signal from your body that something is going wrong. It is similar to a red light in the dashboard of your car: the aim is not to just take it away but to look for the deeper cause. This means that, if pain can be alleviated without prescribing painkillers, there is good reason to conclude that the deeper cause of that particular pain has been eliminated. However, it may take a few treatments before you actually feel better. If your pain is recent, it may be treated in two or three sessions. If the pain has been there for months or years, it may take 10 or 20 sessions.
You may notice that after the first treatments (especially the day after the injection) you feel a little worse. This can be due to the traumatic effect of the needle injecting your soft tissues, but in most cases this happens because the healing processes are being activated. This is called the reaction phase. In other words, your body is working on the cause of the problem and that may produce some discomfort. One may experience even more pain than before treatment during the two or three first sessions, until a gradual recovery of the body defense systems and healing systems brings the functions of that area back to normal. Only then will the pain be better. But when you understand that this means that real healing is on its way, you will be more accepting of these minor reactions in the beginning of the treatment.
When is Biopuncture not appropriate?
Biopuncture cannot heal you from cancer, a heart attack or AIDS. Nor is it appropriate to treat you when you have high blood pressure, diabetes, depression or epilepsy. In some cases, the disease is too serious or too aggressive, and can only be stopped through conventional medication or surgery. Your physician will confirm this. When serious damage has already occurred, biopuncture will be simply too late to reverse the damage and bring the body back into balance again. For example, a viral hepatitis can be treated with biopuncture in order to support the healing mechanism of the body, but liver cirrhosis is a phase where cells are damaged beyond repair and healing is impossible. The same goes for chronic bronchitis. Biopuncture can help a lot here as long as there is no emphysema or lung cancer involved. That is why it is so important to first have a diagnosis before starting with biopuncture.
Biopuncture is a safe and efficient technique in complementary medicine. It uses biotherapeutic injections to stimulate the natural self-healing capacities of your body.
Information provided by Dr D M Nye