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Histology/Pathology Test Kits
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The source material for these vials is
microscope slides, which I have resourced from the UK,
Germany and the USA. All the slides come from human tissue - organs, bones, connective tissue, nerves and more.
The slides come from several different sources. I
managed to buy the whole private collection (over 400
slides) of a US pathologist who had been in practice
for 30 years and had just retired. I also bought new slides from educational suppliers, and a
collection of slides from the 1940s originally
belonging to a medical student from Cambridge
It has been a mammoth task to sort them all.
(Deciphering some peoples handwriting was a
particular problem!) Once I had them all categorised,
I then needed to decide which ones I would use in the
actual kits, as some of the slides referred to
somewhat obscure diseases.
Another major task was to provide descriptive
information for each of the vials. The end result is
that there are 17 kits, containing 465 different
vials. Each kit is related to a particular group of
body parts or a body system, and contains both healthy
and diseased tissues.
PH1 is related to the respiratory system. Here
you will find vials for the lung and the trachea as
well as vials for chronic bronchitis, emphysema,
pulmonary infarct, tuberculosis, smokers lung and
various lung cancers. The digestive system is divided
PH3. PH2 covers the
colon, rectum and appendix. PH3 relates to the
stomach, small intestine and the esophagus.
PH4 covers many parts of the endocrine system,
including the pineal gland, the pituitary, the adrenal
glands, the pancreas and the parathyroid gland. The
diseased tissues include a pancreas showing signs of
diabetes mellitus, a thyroid with goitre, and adrenal
tissue from someone suffering with Addisons
PH5 contains samples from the gallbladder and
liver. PH6 has tissue from the brain and
nervous system (cerebellum, cerebrum, thalamus nerve,
etc.) as well as tissue showing changes brought about
by meningitis, toxoplasmosis, brain tumours and other
PH7 is the skeletal system, so contains various
types of bone, the spinal column, and examples of bone
cancers. PH8 consists of vials from the muscles
and connective tissues. Here you will find adipose
tissue, different types of cartilage and muscle
tissue, fibromas, fibrosarcomas and lipomas. PH9 is a large kit containing samples from the urinary
system (bladder, kidney, ureter and urethra, as well
as diseased tissues).
PH10 is the biggest kit of all containing 37
vials from the lymph, blood and immune system. There
are various forms of anaemia, lymph tissue exhibiting
problems brought about by cancer, HIV and infection.
There are also healthy tissues from the thymus, the
spleen and lymph glands.
The circulatory system is represented by PH11.
Here you will find artery and vein tissue, as well as
atheromas, thrombosis and atherosclerosis.
The reproductive system is spread between three kits. PH12 covers the female breast, PH13 the rest of the
female reproductive system and PH14 the male
reproductive system. PH15 contains neonatal and
pregnancy vials (chromosomes, fetal and placental
tissue, umbilical chord, tissue from a pregnant
uterus, as well as vials showing complications of
pregnancy and early life.
PH16 covers ears, nose, eyes and mouth. As well
as samples of healthy tissues, there are also examples
of cancer and tonsillitis. In PH17 you will
find lots of samples to do with the skin. There are
healthy tissue samples and also samples of tissue
showing the effect of cancer, herpes and insect bites.
Putting these kits together turned into a huge project
taking much more time than I envisaged initially. It
stretched my brain and my organisational skills to
produce these 17 test kits to such an extent that at
times I felt like giving up. If you find them as
useful as I believe you will, all that hard work and
stress will have been well worth it.
there is also a histology kit that contains the healthy body parts from all 17 kits.
There are some important omissions from these test kits. This is usually because a suitable sample was not available from which to make the test vials.
I've had practitioners phone me up and ask me about the implications of using these kits. They are not intended for diagnosis of medical conditions.
Testing may indicate a vial for various reasons:
A diseased tissue may be indicated, even though the disease is not present, because the test kits do not contain a suitable example of a healthy tissue.
A vial may be indicated, not because it is wanted in its entirety, but because it contains a particular cell or cells, e.g. there are various types of epithelium (the lining of organs etc), so testing may indicate a particular organ, not because that organ is in any way defective, but because the sample contains a particular type of epithelium tissue.
The exact match is not available, so the energy system is choosing the nearest match.
A chronic disease vial may be indicated, not because the person has that disease but because they have the miasm / inherited taint represented by the chronic disease, e.g. the turbercular and syphilitic miasms are well known among homeopaths; these do not indicate the presence of the disease, but indicate a chronic tendency to manifest particular symptoms: the person with a tubercular miasm is always nervous and tired; the person with the syphilitic miasm tends to be sulky, depressed and stupid, with problems with teeth and bones, etc. (Consult homeopathic texts for more information on this. A Study Course In Homeopathy by Phyllis Speight offers an excellent introduction to this fascinating topic.)
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document - please be patient it may take a while
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