The Blood Type Connection | BioVibe Products

At BioVibe we believe one of the most important aspects in seeking pain management comes from understanding your body and your immune system.

What distinguishes a particular blood type is the collection of specific molecules, proteins, antigens and antibodies that exist within the blood. These are all ways your body defends itself from invaders.

Studies have shown people who share the same blood type also share similar characteristics and abilities when it comes to fighting off diseases.

Studies have also shown people who share the same blood type also share a seemingly collective level response to mechanical pain sensitivity. 2017 “Association between ABO blood types and pain perception.” By Sminoi AH, Jerwiarz A, Randers A, and Gazerani P

Therefore, we believe when treating pain, it is imperative to consider the blood type when looking to manage the pain response itself. 

Antigens are inherited from our ancestors. Our ancestors were raised in different regions, all over the globe, surrounded by the naturally occurring minerals native to those regions.

The human body is made of naturally occurring elements, all found on earth.

We design our products in each of the eight blood type specific formulas. A+, A-, B+, B-, O+, O-, AB+, AB-  Formulated after countless hours of continuing real client pain studies. 

The Blood Type Link

According to Gregory Kelly, ND and Peter E’Adamo, ND,

“First, that people with different blood types appear to have differing susceptibility to a variety of illnesses; second, that people with different blood types produce and degrade differing amounts of stress related hormones cortisol and adrenaline; third, that the antigens that determine your blood type are found in other places besides your blood; “   A conclusion could be drawn that differing stress & adrenaline levels – differing pain reaction between blood types."  

A 2017 study, called “Association between ABO blood types and pain perception.” By Sminoi AH, Jerwiarz A, Randers A, and Gazerani P; concluded that,

“Participants with blood type B displayed the lowest mechanical pain sensitivity and the blood type AB group exhibited the strongest conditioned pain modulation effect. These findings emphasize the necessity of considering ABO blood types in future pain research.”