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Powerful Before and After Live Blood Results
The photograph in the 1st slide of figure below uses live blood microscopy to depict a sample of “stressed” blood exhibiting the Rouleau effect, which is when red blood cells clump together, stacked like coins. This effect reduces the overall surface area of hemoglobin making it difficult for freshly breathed in oxygen to find a home.
The Rouleau effect further inhibits proper oxygenation to the cells because the red blood cells do not circulate well enough to deliver oxygen where it is needed. This is because the capillaries in your body are so tiny that red blood cells can only pass through one at a time in a single file line. AND, it’s in the capillaries where nutrients and oxygen are transferred to your cells.
There is a simple explanation why the Rouleau effect occurs – it’s related to voltage. When your cellular voltage is low, the positive charge on the outside of the cell is diminished to allow the cells to stick together and stack like coins. Healthy cells have a strong positive charge on the outside of the cells, and by simple electrostatics, will repel each other. Remember, like charges repel. There is no way you can have clumping cells if your cellular voltage is strong. It’s straightforward physics!
The 2nd slide in figure 2 shows the same blood after a single 8-minute session with the Prime. Notice that by simply charging up the cells with the PRIME, you can quickly improve the health of your red blood cells and assist in better oxygenating your cells.
iMRS Prime and Live Blood by Magda Havas (Unbiased Review)
She did a live blood analysis after she worked on a computer. Then tested her blood after using the (i)MRS mat for 8 minutes on a sensitive setting (low intensity) and found – to my surprise – that her blood cells looked much healthier. They were no longer sticking together. See slides 1 and 2 below. She repeated this several times and found virtually identical results. This was incredibly encouraging.
Figure 1. Photographs of a live blood sample before (slide 1) and after (slide 2) an MRS treatment.
Because her blood looked so unhealthy after working on a computer She did some more testing, which showed that her blood becomes clumped after she is exposed to electrosmog from computers and cordless phones. Fortunately the “clumping” doesn’t last long once I remove myself from the radiation.
One night she bashed her shin against some furniture and knew that in the morning I would have a large bruise. The skin was cut but not bleeding. I used the probe set at high for 8 minutes and went to bed. The next morning there was no bruise, no swelling, and no pain, just the remnants of the cut.