The belief in vampires has spawned “lifestyle vampires” who are not actual vampires, but vampire enthusiasts who engage in some fairly interesting and somewhat shocking activities. Many “lifestyle vampires” are simply people who gather together with a similar interest in “goth” culture, horror fiction, and unique philosophical systems. “Lifestyle vampires” are often exploring alternative sexual activities through their lifestyle. There are numerous scientific sexual studies of patients with sexual attraction to blood— including others and even their own. Some “lifestyle vampires” are focused only on energy or psychic vampirism, which deals only with feeding from auras, pranic energy, or other types of psychic energy. But there are actually a few people called “Sanguinarians” who drink blood.
Sanguinarians think of themselves as “real vampires” and usually have a collective community. The internet has made connecting with these communities much easier. Sanguinarians believe they have a physical and/or spiritual need to drink human blood to maintain their mental and physical health. Sanguinarians are not murdering others to drink their blood— at least as far as we know. Instead, this small group of “lifestyle vampires” practices blood letting and blood drinking among consensual adults. It’s obviously not for everyone, but Sanguinarians have come to QuickMedical to make sure their bloody activities are safe.
An interesting discussion atSanguinarius.Org which is a large site/discussion board for “lifestyle vampires” and their friends and supporters featured a now discontinued number of lancets and lancing devices available at QuickMedical for safe blood letting. A user known as “Sanguinarius” has detailed several tips for safely and sanely obtaining blood on the site and other users have used QuickMedical products for consensual blood letting activities.
At QuickMedical we have medical equipment and supplies for phlebotomists and medical equipment and supplies for vampires! Either way, you’ll get the best customer service and a great price. QuickMedical urges our readers— whether you are trick-or-treating tonight, going to a party, watching a scary movie, or drinking a friend’s blood— do it safely. Have a happy and safe Halloween!