Blushield Live Blood Cell Analysis

Live blood cell analysis after using the Blushield technology. The test below involved a male, in his mid thirties, who was in constant exposure to high levels of EMF. He spent a lot of time using a Smart Phone and was exposed to Wi-Fi and 4G. The subject was given a Blushield Portable to carry and a Blushield Plug-In model which was installed at his place of work and at home. No other changes were made to diet or lifestyle. Testing began July 2013 and ended August 2013.


 

Blood Tests – Before Blushield

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Parameter: Protein Linkage Degree: Moderate. Some of your red blood cells are linked together by strands of sticky proteins, produced when the body
is experiencing inflammation. This can give the red blood cells a tear-drop appearance and they can form long chains. This inflammation can
be associated with infection, allergy, toxicity, poor digestion or unhealthy dietary choices.

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Parameter: Hypersecretory Platelets Degree: Moderate. Platelets are small particles within your blood that are responsible for the
clotting process. When observed via Hemaview, platelets can produce vesicles (bubbles) containing inflammatory chemicals.
This can be a sign of prolonged low-level immune activation, often as a result of “leaky gut syndrome”.


Cell Count:

– Neutrophils 55
– Lymphocytes 25
– Atypical Lymphocytes 1
– Monocytes 9 (out of normal range)
– Eosinophils 0
– Basophils 0
– Total Counted 90
– White Blood Cell Count Parameters
– Eosinophils – normal range (0-4%)
Eosinophils are an important part of your immune system and may be increased when exposed to parasitic
infection or allergies. Your eosinophils are within the normal range.
– Basophils – normal range (0-1%)
Basophils are large white blood cells. They form part of the immune defense system, but are rarely seen in the blood.
Your basophils are within the normal range.
– Lymphocytes – normal range (20-30%)
Lymphocytes are small to medium sized dull white blood cells and are part of your immune defence system. They are
particularly involved in fighting viral infections, and also certain bacterial infections. Your lymphocyte numbers are
within the normal range.
– Monocytes – elevated (>8%)
Monocytes are the ‘detectives’ of the immune system, investigating any new intruders in the body. They engulf and process
the foreign material, alerting neutrophils and lymphocytes to the presence of infective agents and allergens. Their numbers
may be increased during infection, especially at the very early stage before symptoms occur.
– Neutrophils – normal range (55-65%)
Neutrophils are medium sized, silvery white blood cells. They are the ‘garbage collectors’ of the immune system,
patrolling your body, cleaning up debris and removing toxic or infective material.
Your neutrophils are within the normal range.


Blood Tests – After Blushield

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Parameter: Lymphocytes – atypical Degree: Moderate. Lymphocytes are a type of white blood cell,
responsible for protecting the body against infection. Atypical lymphocytes have swollen membranes
which may indicate they have been dealing with viral exposure.

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Parameter: Erythrocyte Aggregation Degree: Mild. Your red blood cells are sticking to one another and forming clumps,
due to being coated in sticky proteins. This is a sign that there may be inflammation happening in your body.
This inflammation can be associated with infection, allergy, toxicity, poor digestion or unhealthy dietary choices.


Cell Count:

– Neutrophils 61
– Band Cells 3
– Lymphocytes 15
– Atypical Lymphocytes 6
– Monocytes 16
– Eosinophils 1
– Basophils 0
– Total Counted 102
– White Blood Cell Count Parameters
– Eosinophils – normal range (0-4%)
Eosinophils are an important part of your immune system and may be increased when exposed to parasitic infection or
allergies. Your eosinophils are within the normal range.
– Monocytes – elevated (>8%)
Monocytes are the ‘detectives’ of the immune system, investigating any new intruders in the body. They engulf and process
the foreign material, alerting neutrophils and lymphocytes to the presence of infective agents and allergens. Their numbers
may be increased during infection, especially at the very early stage before symptoms occur.
– Neutrophils – normal range (55-65%)
Neutrophils are medium sized, silvery white blood cells. They are the ‘garbage collectors’ of the immune system, patrolling
your body, cleaning up debris and removing toxic or infective material. Your neutrophils are within the normal range.
– Basophils – normal range (0-1%)
Basophils are large white blood cells. They form part of the immune defence system, but are rarely seen in the blood. Your
basophils are within the normal range.
– Lymphocytes – low (<20%)
Lymphocytes are small to medium sized, dull white blood cells and are part of your immune defence system. They are
particularly involved in fighting viral infections, and also certain bacterial infections.


Results of Testing

Lymphocytes went from 25 to 15, showing a normalization of the immune system. This is reflected in the blood. Obvious changes are apparent and the walls of the blood cells have normalized within a very short period of time. This was very noticeable, and very surprising to the tester.