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# Posted: 12 Jun 2018 10:55


Thick blood, also known as Hypercoagulation of the blood, is quite common and happens when the red blood cells (RBCs) lose enough electromotive vitality that they clump together and stack up in what is known as the Rouleau formation. It is one of the leading causes of heart attacks, strokes and a host of other medical conditions due to plaque buildup, high blood pressure, reduced nutrition/oxygen, and increased toxicity.



I am not selling this to you but it does look like someone has done a lot of looking does recognise the Rouleaux effect which is a lot more than conventional medicine can be bothered to do.

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