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Post by Renalt on 06.05.20 16:59

Greetings all.
I am new to the boards and this looks like a well ran group. I have a few questions pertaining to the safety of consuming blood:

1. Is menstrual blood safe to consume? I have read that it has many rejuvenative properties.

2. Is storing this menstrual blood in a refrigerator or freezer a safe method of storing it? It would be in a glass mason jar with a tight fitting lid. If it is safe, how long can it be kept and should it be frozen or simply refrigerated.

3.Are there any potential dangers in consuming a blood type that is not the same as yours?

Any suggestions and info would be most appreciated.

Thank you.

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Post by Maxx on 06.05.20 19:36

Welcome to the forum.

My question to you, have you consulted your personal physician and asked these questions?

These could very well be answered by your doctor and this could possibly affect your health if there is a danger in any of these.  

We cannot offer any medical advice as none are licensed by any boards that I know of.  

Good luck.  Let us know what your medical doctor reccommends.
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Post by Rhea Kaye on 07.05.20 7:28

I am not at all familiar with the mere physical use of blood since my views align more with the occult facet of things. I feel that in an energetic context, preserved blood would be useless since it would be devoid of Ka. I know that some people use blood merely for it's physical properties and components. In that case, you'd be better off with something more sanitary.
Just my opinion.
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Post by Ramla-Meryt on 07.05.20 15:10

You are better off directing your questions here: https://theredcellar.com/faq/

TRC is a dedicated group of medical sanguinarians and sanguivores. They provide practical advice for blood-drinkers inclusive of answers to the questions that you have asked.
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Post by Maxx on 07.05.20 15:29

A good spot for that answer from that site. Thanks.

How do I know if I am a Sanguivore?

First of all, consuming blood is a desperate act. If your symptoms line up well with the commonly reported symptoms of Sanguivores, our first piece of advice is to see a doctor about these specific symptoms. Some of the Sanguivores at The Red Cellar see specialists for migraines, digestive problems, etc and this treatment really helps when it comes to prolonging the periods of time necessary between blood consumption. If you are especially fortunate, something that is known to medical science may be found and you can get treatment and never need to consume blood. However, if conventional treatment fails to treat all that ails you, we will be glad to provide a network of practical support for you.

Above is All from that site.....

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Post by Maxx on 07.05.20 15:30

Then again, why not just get a blood transfusion? lol.
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Post by SigillumVigillum on 08.05.20 15:34

No Suspect Suspect

Do people really drink menstrual and refrigerated blood?

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Post by Rhea Kaye on 08.05.20 15:55

I really, really hope not.
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Post by Maxx on 08.05.20 16:07

Sane people do not.

Unbalanced individuals convinced by media books and movie programming have in one moment turned into becoming a vampire immediately after seeing a movie.... (these are the simple-minded easily manipulated).  Superman classics did well because of these idiots.
yes, these believe that along with other unique lifestyle problems.

Then there are the real Vampires which are very different.  Immortal Gods of the past.
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Post by Ramla-Meryt on 09.05.20 3:51

To answer broadly:
Menstrual blood, no. Generally not. But there will no doubt be exceptions to the advice that I have broadly seen stating not to bother. Blood without testing the donor first, no - or at least, I hope not. Both of the aforementioned rely on some degree of biological awareness but, really, if you are absolutely going to take blood from another individual with their consent, you should be aware of this already in addition to safe methods of blood withdrawal, infection control etc.

To narrow down a little:
Continuing to address the OP, menstrual blood is effectively waste blood. There isn't just blood present where the body has gone 'nope don't need this anymore' and discarded it, there is also cervical fluid, vaginal secretions and endometrial tissue. So even if you are wanting to consume blood, this isn't the best route to go in the slightest.

TRC are the best to answer the blood type question in addition to blood storage (ideally not the type you are referring to here).

Disclaimer: I am not a medsang. But I do believe that if you are going to ingest blood, do so safely after educating yourself on basic biology and infection control. That is without even touching on the energy activation and energy exchange elements of consuming something from another.

I do not disagree with what others have posted regarding Ka. I just think a degree of signposting elsewhere to a more appropriate information / resource point is appropriate.
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Post by MysticLightShinethForth on 09.05.20 4:14

SigillumVigillum wrote:No Suspect Suspect

Do people really drink menstrual and refrigerated blood?

I think different ancient cultures around the world, at least in some places, saw menstrual blood as something sacred and could indeed be taken to drink under certain ceremonial rites. I've heard of it before but not looked into it more than that but I think it's part of certain occult systems in different places, particularly if it would be associated with goddess worship but I can't speak much for it. It was indeed said to be like an elixir carrying magical powers of rejuvenation or something like that if I'm not mistaken. It's supposedly taken seriously in those places, wherever that is. However I have to do some background checking as to this to double-confirm my statements but this is what I've heard from various occult lectures and anthropological series, etc. Keep in mind that I'm merely doing an objective assessment of things I've heard based on different sources but that this is not any kind of recommendation for doing this without proper knowledge of ceremony, ritual, background knowledge, context, as well as sanitary methods and control regarding the whole procedure. I will not be responsible for anyone misusing this (albeit merely vague) understanding. I don't personally advocate it but keep an open mind towards those ancient cultures and their practices merely as a facet of understanding and not of narrow-minded judgment, so it's not anything but an objective reference to anthropological study.
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Post by Maxx on 09.05.20 7:32

my question first off would be if one body dispels it, what good would it be for another body to ingest it, and have it produce more of a positive element than a negative element?

Also, if one is looking for something to find beneficial in that blood, why is it not found in some other element in at least that part or greater benefit?

It appears for my inductive reasoning here that the consumption of it now is only for alignment with vampire movie association or media having convinced the teens that they can become an immortal vampire by consuming any blood,  even their own.

Repetition is the greatest form of mind control. A classic example of inductive reasoning in sociology is Émile Durkheim's study of suicide. Considered one of the first works of social science research, the famous and widely taught book, "Suicide," details how Durkheim created a sociological theory of suicide—as opposed to a psychological one—based on his scientific study of suicide rates among Catholics and Protestants.
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Post by DarlingFrances on 06.06.20 2:16

I’m not sure if I’m posting this in the right place and apologize for this not being totally connected to the main questions that started this line. But I wanted to say that I’m personally willing to offer my blood for consumption to a self-proclaimed vampire out there who’s curious to try. I’m tested and clean with A+ blood. I personally think it would be an extremely unique (obviously) experience. This post of mine isn’t intended to be sexual, creepy, or pathetic at all. If it comes off as any of those things, I apologize again. I guess I’ve just been doing a lot of research on “real-life vampires” so to speak and know that there are those interested in real blood feed. I figured I’d throw my hand up and connect with people as a volunteer. Obviously anyone looking to connect with me would need to get to know me first and vice versa.
But yeah. Again I’m sorry if this is the totally wrong place to be posting this and I apologize if this disgusts or offends anyone. But I am legitimately curious to try this with someone. If anyone is interested, feel free to drop me a message. Thanks.

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Post by Ramla-Meryt on 06.06.20 3:46

DarlingFrances wrote:

Here - both this specific sub-forum and the forum as a whole - is not the correct place offering oneself as a donor.

If you wish to do so, the Black Books (https://theblackbooks.net/) is a directory established specifically to interconnect donors and vampires.
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Post by MysticLightShinethForth on 06.06.20 3:48

I don't think that's a good idea. Also you could have done more research upon this forum. We're not about that here, at all. This is no meet up place for such. There are other places to go.
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