Active Motility of Red Blood Cells due to Metadichol (NANO SOMA)
Dark-field Microscope blood imaging observing the effect of Metadichol (NANO SOMA). As presented by Dr. Raghavan at 2nd INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE on PharmScience Research & Development FEBRUARY 24-26, 2020, LOS ANGELES, CA
A clear clumping of the red blood cells can be seen with numerous small dots which indicate the presence of the Epstein Barr virus. There was no motility of the red blood cells observed as they appeared to be bound together in large groups.
After 23 minutes another drop of blood was drawn and the image not only shows a dramatic absence of the white dots as well as a separation of all the red blood cells.
Just as astonishingly his red blood cells appeared to show rapid motility on the screen wherever we looked.