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Blood is magical. Blood is mystical. Blood is alchemical. It appears throughout human history as a profound popular, religious, and cultural symbol. Blood is life itself. Blood evokes such rich and sacred imagery because it is so extraordinary.
Not only does it supply the complex delivery and defense systems that are necessary for our very existence, it provides a keystone for humanity; a looking glass through which we can trace the faint tracks of our journey. It is the primal force that fuels the power and mystery of birth and the struggle of disease.
Because of its great links to the past, knowing your blood type can play a very significant role in determining your genotype. Basic blood typing is composed of two pieces of information; your ABO blood type and your Rhesus or Rh blood type.
This video tutorial will focus on how to use the home blood typing kit to determine your ABO and Rh blood types. This is a simple process which consist of several very basic steps. You may already have this information, perhaps you've donated blood at work or have this in your medical records. However, do not rely on the memory of relatives or military records. These can sometimes be incorrect.
To perform the test, you will need a home blood typing kit, a small glass of warm water, and the scissor. Open the home test kit and remove the card from its foil wrapper, be careful not to touch the four rings at the top of the card. You may want to write your name on the card. Wash and dry your hands. Disinfect the fingertip with the alcohol wipe included with the kit. Let it dry.
Using the supplied pipette, prepare the card by placing one droplet of water in the center of each of the four rings. Prepare the lancet by twisting and pulling the colored cap until it comes loose. The needle will remain hidden for safety purposes until you are ready to use it.
Press the lancet firmly into the fingertip to release the short single-use needle. The needle will automatically retract after use, squeeze your fingertip until a droplet of blood forms, that is about the size of a grain of rice. Hold the blood drop above the collection stick included in the kit until the blood is on the tip.
Transfer the droplet to the center of the first ring where you place the water droplet. Mix the blood droplet with the water droplet until uniformed. Discard this collection stick, using a different collection stick for each ring. Repeat this process with each ring making sure that the blood samples do not touch each other.
Determining your results. If your card looks like this, your blood type is O negative. If your card looks like this, your blood type is O positive. If your card looks like this, your blood type is A negative. If your card looks like this, your blood type is A positive. If your card look like this, your blood type is B negative. If your card looks like this, your blood type is B positive. If your card looks like this, your blood type is AB negative. If your card looks like this, your blood type is AB positive.
If you wish to save the card, let it dry completely, and store it in the foil envelop. Make sure that you dispose off all materials in a safe manner. For more information on blood type and its role in health and diet, refer to Pages 37 to 38 in the GenoType Diet book.