The test below involved a Male, in his mid thirties that was in constant exposure to high levels of EMF. Like many men these days he was in close proximity to electrical equipment all day and spent a lot of time with computers and game consoles. On top of this he had a very poor diet and did not exercise.
The Subject was given a Blushield Portable to carry around with him at all times. A Blushield Plug-in model was also installed at his home and was kept going 24/7. No other changes were made to diet or lifestyle during the testing period which was from 11th January 2012 till the 14th of March 2012.
The red cells membranes are ghosting (exploding) due to their weakened state. Red cells are literally disappearing while being watched during live blood analysis
There is a lot of parasite and crystallisation taking place in the blood. Red cells are also bunched together and are of irregular shape.
Within 2 months the red cells have notably stronger membranes and fewer parasites. Despite the subject having a cold there is a marked improvement in blood quality.
Crystallisation has ceased and the red cells are of a more regular shape and distribution. A remarkable improvement despite no change in diet or lifestyle.
“High levels of inflammation and oxidation may relate to your lifestyle/occupation or diet.”
“Extremely reduced levels of inflammation and oxidation are amazing considering you have not changed your diet or lifestyle/occupation and had a cold.”
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.
SOMATIC CELL COUNT TESTING IN DAIRY COWS (WHITE BLOOD CELLS IN MILK).
When the milk is received at the dairy processing plant it is automatically checked for the level of somatic cells present. All milk contains some level of somatic cells; the level of cells present is an indication of the quality of the milk and the health of the cows. Whenever a cow is subjected to stress, such as an injury or disease, the cell count rises. This is Mother Nature in action – white blood cells are created to fight off the stress.
We have monitored the somatic cell count in the entire milking herd for several months by alternating between the Blushield plugged in to the dairy barn and removed from the dairy barn. The results have been very consistent. The highest level reached without the Blushield has been 420, with the average reading at 360. The lowest reading with the Blushield plugged in to the dairy barn has been 120, with the average reading at 140.
Obviously the cows do not have cell count changes due to psychosomatic factors.
The Blushield was used in a trial to determine how the Blushield would affect egg-laying
Use of the Blushield in Minnesota USA reported the adjacent hen house was being affected by the use of the Blushield in the barn for cattle etc. Turns out the hen house was producing twice as many eggs as per normal. This trial was carried out to prove this hypothesis.
H0 = the installation of a Blushield does directly affect stress levels of egg laying hens.
METHOD OF TESTING
The tests were carried out at Braemar Poultry Farm, Te Puna situated on the outskirts of Tauranga, New Zealand.
The farm had two completely automated houses. One was selected as the Test House and the other as the control House. The breed of hen that was being tested was commonly known as a ‘Shaver’. The plug‐in Blushield’s were placed at 10-meter intervals and were switched on. The house had approximately 10,000‐15000 laying hens in at any one time.
We then took 5 hens in each given sector and carried out blood tests on them, noting such things as parasites, blood cell count and platelet shape and size. Also, the general health of the chicken was noted as to feather loss, weight, skin rashes and any other features that we felt relevant.
The weight of the eggs laid each day was averaged out with samples taken from each sector. The same applied to quantity, shell thickness and yolk quality. Blood tests were carried out at one month and three monthly intervals.
RESULTS OF TESTS CARRIED OUT AFTER ONE MONTH
One month after starting the second blood tests were carried out again picking 5 chickens in each sector.
We found that the parasites that were current in the original blood samples had now virtually disappeared, the
Mortality Rate after one month
Before installation, the death rate in both houses had been approx. 60‐100 per month, in the weeks immediately after installation the death rate in-house one dropped to zero and rose to 4 & 6 respectfully in the following two weeks.
Egg Quality Changes after one month
The egg production before installation was between 74 and 78% of the total flock in-house one, after one month the average rose to between 82 and 84%. The yolk size and color had improved slightly; the color had changed and become a deeper yellow color. Eggs had increased in size by an average of 1mm. The shell appeared to be less fragile in nature although there was not any significant change in the thickness of the shell.
Results of Tests carried out after four months
The health of the chickens appear to be at a constant level now, parasites appear to have been eradicated from the blood, cell count remains even and platelet size and shape remains regular.Mortality Rate after four months Deaths have declined to between 8 and 15 chickens per month in-house one and appear to have leveled off so this is a significant gain.
Egg Quality Changes after four months
Egg production has now risen to between 84 and 87% of the total flock
RESULTS OF TESTS CARRIED OUT AFTER FOUR MONTHS
Health of the chickens appear to be at a constant level now, parasites appear to have been eradicated from the blood, cell count remains even and platelet size and shape remains regular.Mortality Rate after four months Deaths have declined to between 8 and 15 chickens per month in house one and appear to have levelled off so this is a significant gain.
Egg Quality Changes after four months
Egg production has now risen to between 84 and 87% of the total flock in house one. As old stock is culled at 80 weeks, new stock is brought in and egg quantities will vary over this period of change, also the egg sizes will vary as the pullets start laying. (Firstly they will lay smaller eggs) There has been a slight increase in yolk size on average. The egg size has risen overall, there are more 7 and jumbo eggs being produced (up about 10‐15%) The shell has definitely become stronger and less brittle.