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Blood Analysis

  • How does it differ from a regular blood test?
    To best understand the difference and the benefits of this test, it is necessary to consider the conventional blood test that is given at the blood lab or hospital, known as a Complete Blood Count (CBC). Almost every person has experienced this test which involves inserting a needle into the patient’s arm and extracting a syringe full of blood. The blood sample is then sent to a laboratory to be examined by a hematologist and it can take up to two weeks to receive the results. However, the major problem with this test is that shortly after the blood cells are extracted from the human body, they die so the computer or hematologist is merely counting dead blood cells. The blood is also changed through the addition of stains and dyes to facilitate computer analysis. The results take the form of a quantitative analysis of the blood: how many dead red blood cells, how many dead white blood cells, what number is the cholesterol level etc. These results usually come with a set of ranges, for example blood cholesterol should not exceed a certain limit otherwise it is considered high. The results are interpreted by a doctor who may say that a patient is anemic or has high cholesterol, for example, but the patient never has the opportunity to see the results for themselves and would not be able to interpret them even if they did. This leaves the patient in a position where he or she must follow the instructions of the person interpreting the results, which is almost certainly some course of medication using pharmaceutical drugs supplied by drug companies. Once a certain diagnosis has been established via the CBC and certain medication embarked upon the patient can expect to take that medication for years, sometimes the rest of their lives.
  • Is It Painful ?
    Live blood analysis differs immensely from the conventional analysis, firstly because it only involves a tiny non-invasive pin prick on the fingertip to extract a few drops of blood and so is not painful. The blood is analyzed live under a microscope giving the patient the ability to see his or her blood on a video screen. The results are instant; there is no waiting around and the patient gets to participate and understand what is happening inside their own bodies. Live blood analysis is a qualitative analysis of the blood and because the blood examined is still alive it gives a more accurate picture of how the blood is behaving inside the patient’s body. It is almost like looking inside the veins of a person and has great advantages because it gives a clearer picture of a person’s health at cellular level. For example, a conventional blood test cannot tell whether the white blood cells – which represent the immune system – are functioning correctly which is important information. Live blood analysis gives the patient the opportunity to see immune system activity amongst many other phenomena that would be missed by conventional blood tests such as: yeast, fungus, mold, bacteria, parasites, hormonal imbalances, sugar imbalances, sugar intolerance, allergies, mycotoxins, uric acid and more.
  • Participation Of Patient Is Crucial
    The participation of the patient is crucial because it educates them as to how they can play a role in healing their own bodies and at the same time gives them back the control they lose by being dependent only on drugs. Being solely dependent on the instructions of a doctor and not understanding why a drug must be taken can be daunting experiences, especially when the drug needs to be taken for years or even decades. No medical test by itself is usually considered diagnostic without corroborating lab tests, imaging studies or a physical examination Your health is entirely your responsibility because you are what you eat, drink and think. These simple blood tests allow you to take responsibility for – and control of – your own health by changing your nutrition and lifestyle to prevent disease.

Blood Analysis requires two drops of blood taken from the finger tip. One droplet of blood reveals function and viability of the various cell types and the other droplet indicates accumulation of metabolic by-products in various areas of the body. The dried sample is a road map to where the free radical activity is in the body. Through observing various conditions in the live and dried samples, a nutritional program specific to the needs of the client is recommended.


My mother took me to see Crystal when I was 13 years old because every time I went out in the sun, I would break out in a rash.   Sometimes the rash would produce small blisters.  My doctor referred me to an Allergist, but it took a long time to get an appointment and I still had the rash.  After following Crystal's directions and taking the products she suggested, I stopped getting the rash and have not had a problem being in the sun since.  I am now 20 years old and in University.

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