NOTE: This video is captured in extreme slow motion, because the destruction of the pathogenic cell happens so quickly that it is impossible to capture at normal video speed. At the 30 second mark you can see where we set the microscope to start viewing. You can see that the live blood cells are looking sluggish and stuck together, also known as Rouleaux.
At the 45 second mark, we added one drop of APeX Water. You can see that some cells are so unhealthy that they are sticking together as the APeX Water is added, but at the 1:17 mark you will see that the APeX Water has caused the unhealthy cells to be disrupted. At the 2:54 mark you can see that the white blood cells are also disintegrating from whatever pathogens they were carrying inside. We continued to move the slide to see what APeX Water had done for the blood, and at the 5:32 mark you can see that the blood is still moving freely.