The dark field microscopy for live blood analysis looks at one drop of blood taken from the capillary system, which makes up more than 75% of all blood vessels in the body. Without fixation or use of dyes, the blood sample is viewed under a dark field microscope with x100 magnification, through video transmission, directly after withdrawal of the sample. The blood is observed at regular intervals for several hours, in order to assess the pace of cell degeneration.
This drop of living blood provides information on the internal milieu and function of the blood cells, as well as the amount and development of endobionts, from which microorganisms and more sophisticated structures, such as bacteria, fungi, and viruses, develop.
In addition to indicating the fluidity of the blood (ensuring oxygenation at the cellular level), this analysis provides valuable information on toxic and endobiontic (bacterial and parasitic) stresses, the functional condition of the liver, to name a few. Dark field blood analysis is crucial in answering questions related to any chronic, or toxic problems. The live cell analysis gives insights that make chronic to severe chronic conditions treatable.
The effects of dark field microscopy cannot be replaced by any other blood test, especially not by normal laboratory microscopic blood tests, which are sent in fixed samples. As the blood changes its function due to environmental changes, the blood must therefore be tested while still fresh. It is also important to evaluate the degeneration tendency of blood samples, especially when considering the behavior of tumors.
This living blood analysis provides information about the function and structure of blood cells and plasma endobionts, as well as developing bacterial and fungal precursors. The presence of these bacteria precursors, which are not disease-inducing, but increase the risk of future disease development, can also be found in the dark field examination.
Dark field microscopy is also an important tool in biological therapies. It can be used to test the effect of certain medications, by adding the medication to a blood sample and analyzing the reaction that is produced. This investigation is extremely motivating by allowing patients to directly experience the diagnosis.
Therefore, the analysis of the living blood through dark field microscopy is a valuable and necessary preventative measure and a pillar of the holistic medical diagnosis at our clinic.
Prof. Enderlein (1872-1968) discovered in his researches and in the new microscopic "blood dark field investigation" moving microorganisms, which formed compounds with higher organic bacteria and spontaneously became invisible. He called these microorganisms "endobionts". He demonstrated that they are transmitted through the placenta to every human being. Endobionts live in their non-disease-causing form in the healthy human organism and fulfill their symbiotic tasks.