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Fascinating journey through your own microcosm


A symplast can be seen in the figure. This is a kind of landfill where old organic waste accumulates. The glowing dots are not always found. These are heavy metals that should be eliminated. The symplast is surrounded by red blood cells that have formed into "rolls of money". This is a sign of hyperacidity. 


dark field microscopy


Introduction and development of dark field microscopy

In medical school we learned that our blood is sterile, i.e. free of bacteria. Otherwise we would develop fever and fatal sepsis unless we received antibiotics. A simple logic, which was even advocated by naturopathic doctors at training courses. This is the international level of training!


You can imagine how amazed I was when I first saw through a dark field microscope. Small bacteria, the symbionts, swarmed between the red and white blood cells. These should always occur in healthy people and indicate a good immune system. But there are also other bacteria such as rods, trichomonads and sometimes spirochetes such as borrelia, even in people who have been declared healthy by conventional medicine. I can only advise all doctors to open their eyes and look into the microscope.


Prof. Günter Enderlein, a pioneer of vital blood examination, developed the basis of the dark field microscope and blood examination. In 1916 he observed blood for the first time under a dark field microscope and discovered these mobile microorganisms. All life corresponded to a gigantic primordial symbiosis and disturbances in the milieu were the hallmark of diseases. This knowledge has been ignored by doctors for over 100 years.


What is dark field microscopy?

The examination of the blood in the dark field microscope offers the possibility of viewing and qualitatively evaluating all cells and the smallest particles such as proteins, deposits, bacteria and other parasitic forms that are in the blood. This is possible with the help of the dark field microscope without coloring or adding other substances. The background is black, the individual cells glow white, deposits such as those from heavy metals appear in glowing colours. We look into our own little cosmos, into our inner milieu, our breeding ground for health or illness.


This results in diagnostic findings regarding the immune system and the stress on individual organs and the various blood cells. We can also draw conclusions about heavy metal pollution and parasite infections.



A drop of blood from a finger is examined with a dark-field microscope. The composition is now determined more precisely on a slide at various magnifications. The entire image can also be displayed simultaneously on the patient's high-resolution screen with up to 1000x magnification. But it is also important that the therapist observes the blood sample again and again over several days. The snapshot does not make an adequate assessment possible.


We receive diagnostic information regarding:

Red blood cell oxygenation, sickle cell anemia, bacteria, parasites, immune system strength, uric acid, inflammation, liver stress, lipid disorders, red blood cell rouleaux (clumping) phenomenon, heavy metal and acid stress


Extremely valuable:

Detection of spirochetes! Many species belong to these spirally moving bacteria, including the pathogens of syphilis (Treponema pallidum. But also the Borrelia bacteria transmitted by ticks are spirochetes. Since the laboratory tests deliver wrong results in about 20% of the cases, the dark field microscopy is a highly valuable one diagnostic method, which is not scientifically recognised, however. Spirochetes can be detected and it is not possible to identify what type they are. However, in this country it is almost exclusively Borrelia.

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