UV Blood Therapy

UV Blood Irradiation

Anecdotal evidence has long pointed to sunlight as a healing force for infections and illness. Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation (UBI) - also called UV Blood Irradiation or Photoluminescence - is a way to internalize the sun's powerful effect on harmful pathogens. UBI has been used successfully as a healing treatment since the 1920s.

During a session of UV Blood Irradiation, a patient's blood is exposed to UV light. UV light has also been shown to oxidize - or add oxygen - to the blood, in addition to killing harmful bacteria, fungi, and viruses. Not only does the added oxygenation have an anti-microbial effect, it also boosts immune function by improving white blood cell activity.


What Conditions Does UV Blood Irradiation Therapy Treat?

UBI has been shown to effectively destroy a variety of diseases and ailments such as:

The third close-to-Nature therapy of HIV is Biophotonic Therapy (BT), otherwise known as Photoluminescence, a treatment of the blood with small doses of light (Dillon, 1998, 2003, 2008). BT does not have the clinical trial record against HIV of antioxidant therapy or homeopathy because standard medical research funders have consistently refused to fund such trials, even though BT is the leading phototherapeutic treatment of infectious diseases. Still, BT is the subject of a dozen books and over 400 articles in the scientific literature. Its track record in clinical trials of other infectious diseases is uniformly excellent, and its mechanisms of action are well-characterized, though more work remains to be done. In effect, BT does not discriminate among pathogens; as a general immunostimulant, it treats them in the same safe and effective manner. BT is currently being used to treat HIV with anecdotal success in Africa and elsewhere. - See more at:http://www.scientiapress.com
•MRSA infections (a powerful and often fatal infection caused by antibiotic resistant bacteria which can be contracted in hospitals as a secondary infection)
Cancers - most effectively on prostate, lymph, colon and breast cancer
•Autoimmune disorders such as Lupus, chronic fatigue syndrome, and rheumatoid arthritis
•Conditions associated with hyper-inflammatory response

Not only will UV Blood Irradiation help to kill bacteria, yeast, and viruses, it has also been shown to have a vaccine-like effect by allowing the immune system to work with the antigenous pathogens to build an appropriate immune response.


Additional Benefits of UV Blood Irradiation Therapy

In addition to treating a myriad of ailments, UBI provides the following benefits:
•Oxygenation of blood and tissues
•Increased blood flow
•Improved white blood cell counts
•Stimulation of immune system
•Inactivation of harmful toxins
•Anti-inflammatory effects
•Reduced pain, especially chronic pain caused by inflammation
•Dilation of blood vessels
•Improved circulation
•Stimulation of red blood cell production
•Decrease of fatty liver tissue which lowers harmful cholesterol and triglycerides
•Helps people with liver failure prolong life while waiting for a liver transplant  

How is the Treatment delivered?       

The traditional method involved extracting blood from the patient and then exposing it to UV light.  The blood would then be infused back to the patient. The new method is the first direct-to-blood intravenous light therapy system. It generates light energy within the device that is delivered through a flexible fiber optic to a patent-pending Dry Light Adapter (DLA) – an accessory that integrates into a standard 20-gauge x 1″ intravascular catheter and delivers light directly within the blood vessel.  Accordingly, there is no extraction of blood required, there is no loss of light caused by skin absorption, and there is no limitation in the total volume of blood exposed to the therapeutic wavelengths.  It is intravenous light therapy delivered directly within a blood vessel, treating all blood and blood-based components moving passed the IV catheterThe catheter with the Direct Light Adapter placement in the vein allows the entire blood volume of the patient to be exposed to the UV light by the end of the hour long treatment. http://www.uvlrx.com
Key benefits emerge from the direct-to-blood intervention of the UV intravenous light therapy.  First, integration into a standard IV catheter eases the burden of use.  There is no need to initiate an additional catheter site to accommodate the treatment. Second, there is no foreign body response as the blood remains within its natural environment.  Third, and most important, nearly 100% of a patient’s total blood volume can receive a therapeutic dose of light, maximizing the health benefits.
An additional feature of an intravenous UV light therapy treatment system is the application of multiple wavelengths concurrently.  Most light-based treatments deliver a single wavelength, which in turn, limits their therapeutic potential.  A disease or condition has a complex pathophysiology, involving numerous biochemical pathways.  Therefore, suppression or activation of a single pathway may provide a fleeting clinical response as it fails to address the other involved pathways. An example of this is the use of extracorporeal ultraviolet blood irradiation for the treatment of a blood-borne pathogen. UV light is a powerful antimicrobial agent; however, UV light alone would not enhance the immune system’s response or assuage the stress and damage caused by the pathogen.  A polychromatic, multiple wavelength, delivery platform uses specific wavelengths to affect multiple biochemical cascades involved in a diseased state.   

Treatment Protocols

The number of treatments will depend on the medical condition and/or symptoms of the individual patient.  For most chronic conditions 10 treaments as consecutively as possible are recommended.  For acute illness like the flu, upper respiratory infection, mono, 1-2 treatments is all that may be needed.  Maintenance, if any, will depend on whether or not symptoms recur.

UV Blood Therapy Pricing

Single Session