12 Sep TheraPhi and Live Blood Analysis
An experiment was conducted to see what effects, if any, that TheraPhi would have on a person’s blood. Live blood analysis was used with samples taken both before and after a single TheraPhi session. The single TheraPhi session was about 7 to 8 minutes long with the before and after readings of the blood being about 10 to 20 minutes apart.
There were 10 participants in the study which took place over 2 days in April 2017. All but 2 or 3 of the participants had an obvious and dramatic difference in de-clumping, or unpacking of the rouleaux formation (the arrangement of red blood cells). It was interesting to note that one of the people who experienced no change was anxious and other people were nearby (in the field) during the TheraPhi session. This might have been the same for the other 2 people who had no change.
Although this might not be considered medical proof of the impact of TheraPhi on the blood, it is certainly indicative and represents possibilities. You can see a few of the analyses along with more details on the web page by clicking here.
If you haven’t tried a few TheraPhi sessions, you might want to consider doing so. If you have already had TheraPhi sessions, this information might help you to understand some of the changes that have taken place for you.
Health and Happiness to you,
Terri and Michael