Greg Fredericks Naturopath

Live Blood Analysis (LBA) – Who do you trust?

In recent years Live Blood Analysis (LBA) has increased in popularity like never before. People have become consciously aware of new anomalies viewed in live blood that have been reported by many scientists and biologists from around the world. Although live blood analysis is a method that has been used for centuries, new patient interest has sparked demand by many people seeking a professional analysis of their blood. Some practitioners that have never used this modality are now adopting LBA within their scope of practice. Examples include; chiropractors, dentists, kinesiologists, massage therapists, health coaches, naturopaths, homeopaths and others that are now augmenting this modality to fulfil their patient’s demands.

Live blood analysis and Darkfield microscopy is a method used by a long line of notable scientists since the early 19th century including; Rudolph Virchow, Claude Bernard, and Antoine Bechamp and in the 20th century notable biologists such as Gunther Enderlein, Irene Diller, Lida Mattman, and Gaston Naessens to name a few. Unfortunately today many aspiring LBA practitioners who have very little training in anatomy or basic biology can potentially compromise the credibility of this methodology. There is a wide range in quality of online LBA courses that teach the basics on a nutritional basis while others emphasize terrain theory and other advanced concepts. With every popular craze there is always the problem with non professionals attempting to cash in on the lucrative aspect of live blood analysis especially as there are few criteria to fulfil in joining some online LBA courses. Either way it takes years to be able to distinguish most blood morphologies especially with the new array of complexities and anomalies seen in recent years. With the ability of anyone being able to purchase an inexpensive microscope and perform LBA it inevitably becomes up to the prospective client to decide who is best qualified.

When seeking a LBA practitioner often some online LBA schools have a worldwide directory usually of their own students. This does not necessarily indicate how long their students have been practising or what other educational training they may have. One of the best ways to choose a professional LBA practitioner is checking whether they belong to a professional association within the country they practice. This will provide some assurance that their credentials have been screened by a group of their peers. Another question that should be asked is if they have any professional indemnity insurance. Most professional practitioners who are members of an approved association are required to have minimum 1-2 million dollars indemnity insurance in order to practice. This provides protection for their patients for inadvertent accidents that could occur on the premises. For instance some people can faint from the sight of blood and fall over and hurt themselves. The practitioner must be prepared for the unexpected and have an up to date first aid certification as a minimum requirement while in some areas such as Colorado USA a phlebotomy certification is needed.

Other important criterion to consider is where they have received their education and how long they have been performing the modality of live blood analysis. While it is important to help students gain education and experience in their modality there is no suggested guidance of fee charges for their services while working through their apprenticeship years. For instance some practitioners who have used live blood analysis for ten years or less may charge more than those who have over 30 years experience.

The prospective client should also be aware of the professional presentation of the practitioner. This includes the clinic setting, the attention to cleanliness and hygiene, the professional equipment used, whether the microscope is in a professional laboratory setting or sitting on their desk, the vocabulary and explanations of blood morphologies and whether they demonstrate special attention to procedures.

From what has been suggested above there are many tell tale signs that should be considered in determining the best live blood practitioner for your expectations. In any science it is always those practitioners who publish articles in peer review journals and other publications that become leaders in their field. Any live blood microscopist who is willing to document their research and publish their findings is likely to belong to a group of practitioners worthy of consideration.

If you are a relatively new practitioner to LBA don’t be discouraged by what is written here and be assured the book Darkfield Warriors 4th Edition will help equip you to become the practitioner of the future. Remember those who have little knowledge of the history of their science are doomed to repeat the mistakes of the past and being aware of nanotechnology and AI is now a new requirement for analysis in the future.

Scroll to Top