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One cannot “hide” from the blood – it shows both what is going on in the present AND conditions that have been around for a while. The exciting part is to see the changes in the blood as we make positive adjustments in the diet and lifestyle. When we remember that disease can be described as an accumulation of stress in the body, it makes sense to keep an eye on the blood.Our Fuller Life Bali practitioner takes a drop of blood from the finger, places it onto a slide and then uses a special microscope to provide a detailed analysis the present and chronic issues one may be dealing with. In this analysis, the following can be noted: level of hydration, acid-alkaline balance, parasites, colon congestion, and organ deficiencies. The analysis also provides information about the state of the immune system, possible vitamin deficiencies, amount of toxicity, pH and mineral imbalance, areas of concern and weaknesses, fungus and yeast. Some even claim it can spot cancer and other degenerative immune system diseases, lack of oxygen in the blood, low trace minerals, lack of exercise, too much alcohol or yeast, and weak kidneys, bladder or spleen in very early stages. Live blood analysis indicates the current conditions and change rapidly. Dried blood indicates more chronic conditions. By utilizing both live and dried blood analysis, a comprehensive analysis is available.Visit https://fullerlife.com/fuller-life-bali-services/ to know more about our services

Credits to Jeffrey Lewis for posting these words from Gary Young that came through his sister, Nancy Sanderson a decade ago . . .Several years ago, I did a seminar in which I preformed blood research. I had my microscopes there and performed the tests on site. A lady came to me after we had concluded the seminar. She said, “Gary, have you ever looked at the blood of someone who is having a real emotional trauma, then given them oils and tested their blood later on?” I said, “No, I haven’t.” She then asked me if I would mind doing that for a client of hers, and I did so.Of course, her client’s blood was very aggregated—it contained a great deal of bacteria from undigested food particles. When people are under stress, they don’t digest their food very well, so that is a pretty natural thing to see. The woman was clearly upset because her husband had left her, she was in the middle of a divorce, and her home was under foreclosure. It was a traumatic time for her.We applied some oils on her and she calmed down and stopped crying. After about 20 to 30 minutes, we took another blood specimen. That is when I realized that we were dealing with something that was very, very real. Her tests the second time were very different from the first results, much more normal.