*Disclaimer*: I wasn’t paid to write this post, and was approached to try the procedures FOC. In fact, i dished out money for my blood screening test cos it’s outsourced. 😉
In my early 20s, i had the absolute “live fast, die young” mentality. Life ahead of me seemed really long and stretched out, with having to worry about dying in 50-70 years’ time too far away to consider pondering.
Cue mid-30s. Conversations with close friends sometimes touch on our medical check-ups, where we go, what kind of tests we undergo, cost, and new habits we undertake to be healthier. As you get older, the occurrence of friends suddenly passing away increase… and it hits you, hard. Heart attacks, strokes, cancer cases…
We’re the ones still here on earth, still alive, still able to take certain steps or precautions to extend our livelihood. Sure, God takes us when She wants, but i feel there are human actions we can partake in to take care of ourselves too.
Throughout the past 6 months, i’ve been sporadically stepping into V Wellness for some health scans, mostly because i hadn’t committed myself to checking how my body is doing… and it was time to give myself peace of mind that all was fine!
The fact that we have so many services, technologies + information at our fingertips to dive into the knowledge of our physical well-being gives us no excuse to turn a blind eye to our personal health (which, i know, many people do. It’s like they’re on some mission to avoid the doctors at all cost, but the irony is that by letting sleeping dogs lie, those issues could quietly grow till it’s too late.)
The wellness centre spans across a few fancy floors and i got a little confused walking around cos it’s so large and i only visited a few times (and would blindly follow Rabten or the nurse wherever i had to go next).
Before I started on a range of tests (each of which were individually suggested, to which i’d agree to take), i sat in a lounge area and went through a questionnaire with a nurse, that spanned a few pages long. Most of them revolved around my past medical history (nothing spectacular save for many stitches for being a tomboy) and lifestyle habits like how often i drink alcohol. There was a moment that sticks out in my memory >
Nurse: What drugs have you taken?
Me: What… kinda… drugs… are you referring to? Recreational drugs?
Nurse: Yes *gestures tip of pen at empty space under question*
Me: Like, in the past few months? *thinking oh, no big deal, just some spliffs*
Nurse: *stares at me confusedly*
Me: *i stare back and it dawns on me* Oh! You mean, like… ever?! *stares off into space as experimental mid-20s phase flashes through mind*
Nurse: *poised with pen in hand*
Me: I think it’d be easier if you wrote what i didn’t take!
Never lie to your medics right? :p
The first test i did was a Bio Resonance Scan. Manufactured in Germany and used by Russian Cosmonauts to evaluate their health before a space mission; the Bio Resonance Scanner uses the principles of Quantum Physics technology to measure the frequency of individual body’s cells. Totes my jam. All matter consists of atoms that should be vibrating at specific optimum frequencies, and this machine uses electromagnetic wave signals of extremely low intensity to scan the biofield around the brain and nervous network via specially designed headphones.
I removed all my jewellery and metallic objects before just having to sit there for around 15 minutes, watching a screen in front of me showing the live scans of various parts of my brain, bones, organs, tissue, etc., one after another – in swift motion. It was fascinating!
Different coloured icons would pop up showing the energy levels of all the cells whichever part it was scanning – yellow exemplified optimum levels, pink/red meant average, and brown/black meant they were weak or in a compromised position.
Basically you’d want to see LOTS of yellow as the images flash by.
You can view a close-up of the chart above, here: v-wellness.com/bio-resonance-scan
In contrast to an MRI scan (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) which has radiation involved (= less feasible) and can only detect current health conditions by creating images of organs and structures inside the body; the BR scan (Bio Resonance) is safe and able to detect future health risk factors.
Detection of subtle imbalances or ‘stress potentials’ in our body help us plan proactive measures to help correct any energy imbalance.
There were dozens of images that were shown to me on the screen, but the centre compiles scans of any parts with these subtle imbalances, to bring to my (and the doctor’s) attention.
Because my kidneys had some brown icons (0_o), i was advised to take a Comprehensive Blood Screening to test for a range of conditions (including kidney, liver, heart, adrenal, neuromuscular, endocrine and gastrointestinal disorders).
I would only retrieve the results at a later date; and moved on to get a Live Blood Analysis.
Unlike the Comprehensive Blood Screening which required a few syringes of my blood, the Live Blood Analysis only needed one drop of my blood to be placed on a microscopic slide so we could observe my live blood cells through a high-resolution dark field microscopy.
Below is what my live blood cells look like!
The shape and condition of my live blood cells provide info about my immune system, vitamin and mineral deficiencies, toxicity, blood pressure, pH level, fat circulation, fungus/yeast infections, and tendencies towards allergic reactions and degenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s and diabetes. Intense.
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On a separate day, i returned to get my Comprehensive Blood Screening results and was admittedly, ever-so-slightly fearful. Surely you’ve done at least one blood test in your life right? (We’re supposed to do one annually by the way, to detect any abnormalities as early as possible.)
Have you not felt trepidation as you walk into the doctor’s office, half-expecting to be told that your life is going to end soon because of <<fill in worst fear of disease here>>. This might be due to all the TV shows / movies we watch.
I had a consultation with Dato’ Dr. Nor, whom i felt a connection with, upon meeting her. I’d not heard of nor met her previously, and was pretty bowled over by how much i like her! I figured it was due to our aligned beliefs in energy medicine and meditation. After reading her profile online, i was in awe of how far she’s taken her career. Shortlist would be: Chief Executive Officer of the Malaysian Liver Foundation for 20 years, Medical Director and Founder of the Molecular Research Laboratory, given a Royal Award by the Sultan of Perak. AND, she has a Masters in Meditation and Reiki, and Life Coaching. Reading it made me think like wow, what am *i* doing with my life?
Anyway, she’s really friendly and easy to talk to, and had the sheaf of papers with my blood results on it as i entered her room. As she was flipping through the results, i waited with baited breath… hoping that i wouldn’t hear the C word.
She told me that i have a clean bill of health, to which i replied, “Really!? Phew!!” and started laughing a little hysterically in relief. My inside voice shouted out, “Party ONNNN!!!”
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I had a go on the Enhanced External Counter Pulsation (EECP) machine from the United States, an alternative non-invasive bypass treatment.
It’s a machine that gives your heart a rest by helping pump blood from the lower limbs to your heart to increase blood flow, whilst also stimulating the openings / formations of small branches of blood vessels to create a natural bypass around blocked or narrowed arteries. Imagine your heart working all the time to keep you alive! I started thanking my heart a little more after this day…
It sure is a strange-looking machine, but V Wellness is currently the only place in Kuala Lumpur that provides EECP Angio treatment (which is approved by the Ministry of Health Malaysia, and FDA).
These cuffs that were firmly secured around my calves + thighs + butt would inflate and deflate rapidly according to my heartbeat and blood pressure measured by the ECG and blood pressure monitors. The result motion felt like quick jolting hugs, and the nurse said some people fell asleep during the 40-minute treatment.
“Really?” i couldn’t believe it.
But guess who passed out after 10 minutes of being left alone in the room with that machine…
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Last test i had done, was the Dried Layer Blood Encryption – where a dried layer of blood is studied under a microscope to check for free radicals and ‘puddles’.
‘Puddles’ (polymerized protein puddles) are the negative spaces you see in the blood encryption, and connected with health problems. A healthy person’s blood encryption will be uniform and tightly connected, with no spaces or puddles.
Excessive levels of free radical activity (oxidative stress) are associated with degenerative diseases such as cancer, stroke, heart disease, Alzheimer’s disease, arthritis and cataracts; while the test further indicates any presence of inflammation, heavy metal, toxicity, lack of vitamin level, and mineral deficiencies.
Page on left is the chart to show good to less than desirable results.
Page on right are some of my highlighted results. Looks like my muscle skin and stomach have free radicals… and i need to get way more Vitamin C in me. Mmmph.
Hope my experience opened your eyes to ways you can evaluate your health!
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V Wellness adopts a holistic approach to achieve excellent health and wellness via a 4-step process, where each step consists of measures you may or may not need to improve your body’s state.
- Assessment – Comprehensive Blood Screening, Live Blood Analysis, Microcirculation Analysis, Bio Resonance Scan, Electrocardiogram, DNA Screening.
- Detoxification – PTC Plaque Therapy, Liver Detox, Coffee Enema, Colon Hydrotherapy.
- Boosting – Vitamin Megadose, EECP, Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy, L Complex Metabolic Treatment.
- Rejuvenation – Oral Placenta Therapy, Cellular Therapy, Women Health Enhancement, Men Vitality Programme, Bone & Joint Care, Total Skin Revitalisation, Sugar Management.
No.30A, Level 9,
Lorong Kapar, Jalan 2/87G
Off Jalan Syed Putra,
58000 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Last pic, the lobby on the ground floor 😀