I visited a wellness store in my hometown that had a 'live blood analysis' sign posted out front. I paid $50 to look at a drop of my blood through one of those dark microscopes. The blood cells appeared clumped or stacked. There was what the practitioner identified as uric acid crystals and tiny weblike structures called fibrin. His diagnosis was that I had a toxic liver and colon and low levels of oxygen in my cells. These are things that I already knew :/ but it was interesting to see. Of course he tries to sell me products to correct the "problems".
He also had me take a Ph test and said that I was acidic in the 5.0 range. I informed him that I took my Ph every morning and that I tested consistently between 6.0 and 6.8. He said that wasn't good as the optimal Ph level is 7.5. 7.5? That can't be right.