Many scientists, so Professor Dr. ENDERLEIN (1872 - 1968) have independently examined and described symbionts - germs in blood and tissue, which succumb to form changes caused by exogenous effects - in the human blood.
The view that micro organisms can undergo a substantial form change without losing their specific functions conflicts with the current school of thought about Monomorphism, which grants an organism only one form and one function.
These micro organisms live in the human organism in a genuine symbiosis for mutual benefit. As soon as this defined state is out of balance, other symptoms of parasitism appear. Pathogen micro organisms, which poison the body with their metabolic excretions, emerge from anti-pathogen symbionts with their enzyme- and metabolic-activating features.
Blood is therefore not sterile, rather it creates micro organisms that change form depending on the environment
Analysis of Symbionts
The BRL blood morphology examines the symbionts in the blood, using different procedures and techniques. We take qualitative as well as quantitative aspects into consideration.