Dried Blood Analysis examines oxidative stress in the drying patterns of blood blots. Information is revealed about potential physiological conditions. Dried Blood Analysis is a way of looking at fee radical damage, and toxic conditions in the body.

The intention is to look for patterns of oxidative stress or free radical activity. Healthy blood shows a tight, fibrin rich clotting pattern with no white puddles. Degenerative blood shows poor clotting, minimal fibrin formation with many white puddles. Each sample of blood will dry differently, and each formation in a blot is indicative of a specific health-related issue.

A Dry Blood Analysis is carried out by placing a drop of blood voluntarily given on a microscope slide. The slide is viewed through a microscope and the image projected on a computer screen for your viewing. The information from the analysis together with any other forms of analysys done in the office will contribute to the overall health plan. Suggestions may include dietary and lifestyle changes, supplementation and cleansing recommendations.

​Dried Blood is great for showing long term chronic problems. However it can also show what is happening at the moment.

​It gives me ideas on what areas to focus on, for instance the lymph system of the liver, but I use muscle testing or the Zyto machine to determine which products to use.

Dried Blood Analysis can help to identify:​

Colon Stress

Presence of Yeast

Adrenal Stress

Environmental Toxcicity

Toxin Filtration Stress

Hormonal Stress

Heavy Metal Presence

Nutrient Malabsorption

Acidity

Lymphatic Stress

Endocrine Stress

Kidney Bladder Stress

Joint Inflammation

Immune Stress

History of Dry Blood Analysis

The basis of Dry Blood Cell Analysis, the oxidative stress test originated in Europe in the 1920's. German scientists notably Dr. Enderlein noticed a correlation between abnormalities in the body and patterns in the blood.

In the 1930's, the head of surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital Dr. Bowlen, MD. introduced Dry Blood Analysis procedures in the U.S. after receiving training from General Dwight Eisenhower's personal physicians, Dr. Heitlan and Dr. La Garde.

Dry Blood Analysis was later re-introduced in the 1970's by one of Heitlan-LaGarde's students,Dr. Robert Bradford of the American Biologics Hospital in Mexico.

This tool is used today in North America, Europe, Australia, New Zealand and Asia with over 70 years of Dry Blood testing data and utilized by holistic medical, osteopathic, chiropractic and naturopathic physicians, as well as other health care professionals around the world, providing insightful views of the biological terrain.

Dried blood analysis however is not used in mainstream medicine for several reasons.

The main reason it this:

You can not get “bad blood” to look like “good blood” with drugs. The only way to improve how the blood looks is to do healthy things. You simply can’t sell drugs using dried blood analysis.

You will be amazed at how your blood looks, and at how much it reveals. The blood does not lie.