Microscopic examination of a living drop of blood is an extraordinary opportunity to see what is inside us, and what every day we do not realise.

The study of a living drop of blood is an examination technique for assessing the body’s ability to maintain internal stability, called homeostasis. The condition of the stability of the body is to maintain the parameters of its blood at the appropriate level.

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Blood from the punctured fingertip is applied to a glass slide and after appropriate preparation is viewed under a microscope, using variable magnification of 100x to 1600x.


At least 24 hours before the test, do not consume alcohol. On the day of the test do not drink natural coffee and 2 hours before the test do not eat a meal. Approx. 30 min. before the test drink approx. 0.5 litre of water.



  • The presence of parasites in the body
  • The presence of fungi
  • The symptoms of acidity in the bloodstream
  • Disorders of mineral metabolism
  • Aggregation and rulonisation of erythrocytes
  • The presence of uric acid crystals
  • The presence of crystals of calcium phosphate salt
  • Damage of erythrocytes
  • Heavy metals in sight
  • The presence of cholesterol
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The origins of this method dates back to the beginning of the last century, when in the microscopic image the blood was observed for the presence of pale spirochetes in the blood to confirm the cases of syphilis.

Since then, optical technology allows to obtain better and clearer enlargements, a digital camera installed on the optical axis of the microscope transmits to-date pictures of the collected blood to a computer screen allowing to take pictures of the preparation, and even to shoot movies of the moving erythrocytes, leukocytes, other components of the living blood, as well as other undesirable elements.


The observed characteristics of living blood directly translate into the proper fulfillment by the blood of its basic functions:

  • transport of oxygen and nutrients to the tissues,
  • the removal of metabolic wastes and carbon dioxide from the tissues,
  • maintaining a constant pH in the blood,
  • adjusting the internal pressure and body temperature,
  • Protection against bleeding in case of injury involving elements of the coagulation system.

The pH of blood should be slightly alkaline. The correct pH values are: from 7.35 to 7.45. Too low pH, i.e. below 7.35 , signifies the acidification of the blood, which promotes the splicing of red blood cells and the reduction of gas exchange an erythrocyte. The disorder referred to manifests itself by vital energy reduction and, for example, lassitude. A microscopic examination of a blood drop shows the phenomenon of agglomeration and rulonisation red blood cells.


The presence of parasites in the body

During the analysis of blood, the presence of antibodies can be seen signifying the existence of eggs and larvae of parasites in the body. In terms of detection of parasites present in the human body, the microscopic analysis of the living blood is one of the more effective methods.

The presence of fungi

Thanks to the microscopic analysis, in a clear field of vision the presence of saccharomycetes is detectable that are responsible for about 150 different diseases. In the sample the antibodies can be seen of single fungi, as well as all their colonies.

The symptoms of acidity in the bloodstream

Erythrocyte aggregation (clumping) indicates the acidity of the blood (pH reduction). The cause may be a high fat diet, eating fried foods and highly processed foods, white bread, white sugar, carbonated beverages, energy drinks, coffee, large amounts of meat and E series chemicals – volume expanders, thickeners, preservatives, flavor and smell enhancers, stabilizers, colorants, antioxidants. Acidification is also a result of an excess of medications, smoking, alcohol abuse, as well as chronic stress. Blood with acidic reaction reduced immunity and creates an environment favorable to the growth of microorganisms, which increases the incidence of diseases.

Disorders of mineral metabolism

The presence of the orthophosphoric acid indicates the lack of calcium in the body. This phenomenon is often associated with impaired pH balance, i.e. the acidity of the body.

Aggregation and rulonisation of erythrocytes

Aggregation and rulonization cannot be determined with a traditional blood diagnostic test. Disorders of acid-base balance of blood may lead to incidents that may result in thromboembolic/thrombotic conditions, e.g. myocardial infarction or ischemic stroke.

The presence of uric acid crystals

Uric acid crystals found in the formulation may signify, inter alia, a high level of acid in the blood and metabolic disorders. The crystals may be deposited in the joints and soft tissues (e.g. gout).

The presence of crystals of calcium phosphate salt

Damage of erythrocytes

The presence of cholesterol

MHeavy metals in sight


Why is the examination called the test of the living blood?

Blood, as well as other tissues, is composed of cells. In the production process of blood in the body, erythrocytes are formed in the bone marrow, then they perform their functions in the bloodstream and after about 120 days become dead in the spleen and the Kupffer cells of the liver. White blood cells live up to 20 years, they are capable of movement. After blood clooection, the healthy blood is still alive for several minutes. The examination takes place at the time just after collection, hence the name of the examinaiton that it is a test on the living drop of blood. Blood components remain alive for about 20-40 minutes, so we can observe, for example, the activity of white blood cells (phagocytosis).

What is the difference between the examination of a living drop of blood and the traditional laboratory testing?

In a classic laboratory testing of blood collected on a plate a smear is performed, which is dried and stained. The blood prepared this way cannot be assessed in terms of the viability of cells, their possible tendency to clump together (aggregation and rulonisation of RBC), and activity of leukocytes. These properties can be assessed in the test of a fresh drop of blood.

What health improving methods are most often recommended after the test?

Depending on the identified irregularities, specific guidelines are given. The result of the analysis allows primarily to decide what specialized tests should be performed and what doctors the patient should visit:

  • primary care physician
  • parasitologist
  • endocrinologist
  • gastroenterologist
  • nutritionist

Supporting the current treatment or rehabilitation process using: supplementation, herb therapy and phytotherapy, as well as prevention aimed at stabilizing the proper proportion of body functioning, i.e. the restoration of homeostasis.

Additional recommendations: We suggest that the appropriate number of meals should be eaten in terms of quantity and composition with particular emphasis on the elimination of enhancers, fillers, preservatives, highly processed foods, and genetically modified foods.

What cannot be determined in a test of living drop of blood?

In a fresh drop of blood it is not possible to determine the blood group, glucose levels, the degree of acidity and other parameters examined with the use of devices.