Ultraviolet Irradiation of Blood: “The Cure That Time Forgot”?
Ultraviolet blood irradiation (UBI) was extensively used in the 1940s and 1950s to treat many diseases including septicemia, pneumonia, tuberculosis, arthritis, asthma and even poliomyelitis. The early studies were carried out by several physicians in USA and published in the American Journal of Surgery. However with the development of antibiotics, UBI use declined and it has now been called “the cure that time forgot”. Later studies were mostly performed by Russian workers and in other Eastern countries and the modern view in Western countries is that UBI remains highly controversial.
Low and mild doses of UV kill microorganisms by damaging the DNA, while any DNA damage in host cells can be rapidly repaired by DNA repair enzymes.The blood is receiving specific light frequency and turns your blood into an immune booster so when you use it in conjunction with hyperbarics & ozone it works synergistically with these therapies to generate longevity bringing the body back to homeostasis.
A natural, alternative treatment, ultraviolet blood irradiation, or photoluminescence, therapy helps improve the oxygen levels in the blood, and in turn, increases overall immune function. During this safe and painless treatment, blood is drawn, exposed to ultraviolet (UV) light and returned to the body in order to promote healing.