Before and After Energized Blood TestsSample Taken Prior to Energy Therapy: This is a sample of a 53 yr. old female with many years of chronic malabsorbtion, constipation, fibromyalgia and depression that may be related to slow ability to heal. This example of chronic oxidative stress has remained fixed and unchanged, regardless of all of the many healing modalities, both allopathically and holistically, that she has experienced.
I have worked with her for three years, along with five other practitioners. Although there had been improvement, it had occurred very slowly. She went from a couch to minimal activity, but had remained unable to resume normal daily activity. Although there are indicators of metal and chemical toxicity, she had been too weak to go through any kind of detoxification. Through the three years of therapy, there had been no change in her dry cell, as seen below.
The dry cell test was first developed by Dr. Bowen and later researched by Dr. Bradford from American Biologics. It is an indicator of oxidative stress/free radical activity in the tissues. This phenomenon appears throughout this sample as lightened areas or “white lakes”.
Sample 1 -Dry Cell, UntreatedSample Taken after Energy Therapy: The next sample was taken one hour after the lower Cerebral Vestibular System (CVS) therapy. The “white lake” indicators of oxidative stress (free radicals) have disappeared. In my thirty years experience I have not seen such rapid changes in tissue damage. The patient felt an increase in energy one half hour into the therapy and cried tears of joy when she saw these results. Within two weeks, her energy had greatly increased along with decreases in knee and lower back pain. On a scale from one to ten, prior to energy therapy, her pain with minimal exertion, was ten. With the proper energy applications to these areas, it had been reduced to a pain rating of four. I have directed her to use the Daytime, Nighttime and Meridian Energizing Therapy Protocols as standard therapy before the next series of tests.