Live Blood Morphology

Live blood morphology is used to determine possible health problems in individuals. The examination involves using fresh blood rather than blood that is preserved to be examined later.


The analysis may be able to detect a number of different conditions including but not restricted to:


• Liver problems

• Spleen distress

• Digestive system problems

• Poor immune functioning

• Fungus problems

• Parasites

• Heavy metals

• Malnutrition

• Imbalances in hormones


When imbalances are detected early, they are more likely to be able to be treated effectively.

A drop of blood from the patients fingertip is placed on a microscope slide and view under a bright field microscope.