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What if?

What if blood was not flowing the way it is taught? Are the principles of osteopathy in jeopardy?
A shattering new theory: Blood is not flowing the way it is taught in schools and colleges.

.“Blood going against the flow” is the topic of an article published in Nexus magazine ( n° 73 – March-April 2011) and written by Myriam Gablier and Maxence Layet. 
In this article, Professor Bernard Vial, who wrote a book called “The affective system and Amazonian plants” states that:
“medical studies and curriculums have a tendancy to consider blood as a second-rate organ. How it flows, stagnates, travels against the flow, its whole dynamics is unfairly summed up in CIRCULATION”...

We cannot describe the blood circulation system as a steadily organized flow that goes through 150 000 km of ducts and conveys oxygen to the tissues. The truth is, blood does not flow! Or very little...

Blood circulation behaves differently in different parts of the body…

It is amazing to find out that blood cells are capable of contorting themselves until they can squeeze through the ducts and capillaries whose diameter is much smaller. A red blood cell covers 1.8 km in one month, through a 150 000-kilometre-long network of vessels....A very slow motion indeed...

What if the plasma is not flowing, as it is supposed? What would happen to the long-accepted theories of “circulation”?
Does it bowl over the founding principles of osteopathy based mainly on free-flow of fluids?
A red blood cell travels at a speed of 700 microns per second or 2520 000 micron per hour or 2.52 metres per hour...
Blood circulation does not behave the same from one part of the body to another...

“It’s a stand still journey” comments Dr Bernard Vial.
“The heart is not as it is said a blood pump...”
In fact, the heart and aorta work together as a compression pump...

If the heart and aorta can be described as a compression chamber then we understand their central position in the body. The heart beats variations are, in fact, meant to equalize pressure in the different compartments...

The vascular network composed of vessels, arteries, capillary arterioles, small and medium veins represent a gigantic pipe work, twice the distance of the Earth circumference...

A capillary’s length is less than 1 cm: “The blood circulation in the capillary network of veins is not regular. It stops, reverses and starts again”. See the Human Histology Manual, COUDAR, POIRIER, RACADOT, MASSON Publication, 1980...

What about oxygen "flowing” in the blood? ...

Oxygen is pushed through pressure... It is captured by red blood cells through the lungs alveolus. The red blood cells are piling up one behind each other rigorously and transmit oxygen like a chain. When the pressure is too high, oxygen is expulsed out of the corpuscle. It is subjected to high-pressure cleansing, changing from haemoglobin to myoglobin in order to ease muscular movements.”

Of course, it doesn’t blow over the founding principles of osteopathy but raises interrogations concerning the free-flow of fluids, a topic A.T. Still was very fond of.

To read more about this article, please visit the web site :

www.botanique-medicale.com/botanique-medicale.htm

Reference  book: Vial Bernard “Blood, an indicative of our unconscious”  – “Affective medicine and  biological unconscious”, published by Guy Trédaniel, 16/03/2012

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