UBI: Photoluminescence Therapy

What Is Photoluminescence Therapy?

Photoluminescence therapy is a safe, effective treatment in which a small needle is inserted into a vein (as if you were donating blood) and 60cc (2 ounces) of blood is withdrawn via a sterile tubing system. It is diluted and mixed with a blood thinner prior to reinfusion into the body. The blood passes through a cuvette (glass chamber made of quartz crystal) where it gets bathed in ultraviolet light. Finally, it gets infused back to the body.
Patients may feel improvement after the fist treatment. Subsequent treatments may be given once every 24 hrs to 2-3 times per week. 4-10 initial treatments are generally recommended, depending on the condition.
Photoluminescence has the ability to allow an ill body to re-adjust itself back to its normal biological self-regulation. All with minimal side effects. Photoluminescence helps rebalance and boost the body’s ability to combat disease with the help of ultraviolet energy.

Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation Uses

UBI can be used alone or in conjunction with other treatments for conditions including:
  • Arthritis – osteoarthritis, rheumatoid or psoriatic
  • Autoimmune illnesses – e.g. SLE, RA, Ulcerative Colitis, Scleroderma
  • Cancer (not a stand alone cancer treatment)
  • Candida (yeast) overgrowth
  • Acute Infections – influenza, cold, viral or bacterial infection
  • Eczema and Psoriasis
  • Fatigue – acute and chronic
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Lyme Disease
  • Hepatitis
  • MRSA
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Herpes Zoster and simplex
  • Chronic Fatigue
  • Other Viral Infections
UBI is also a great supplemental treatment for antibiotic resistant illnesses.

UV Light

Is Photoluminescence Therapy (UBI) Safe?

In short: Yes, UBI, or, Photoluminescence Therapy is safe. With any medical procedure there is always the potential for side effects. While these are rare, they are something to be aware of.


Adverse Reactions

There has historically been a complete absence of harmful effects, either immediate or delayed, when UBI is used properly.  This has allowed clinical investigators to use this procedure over a period of twenty years and more on a single patient.

Mild Flu like Symptoms

This occurs within the first 24 hours. The reaction is due to the rapid death of large numbers of infectious organisms. The symptoms are characterized by chills and a rise in temperature, similar to “flu-like” symptoms. The symptoms can occur with any type of treatment including antibiotics.

Increased Drug effects

Sulpha drugs should be allowed a washout period of seven to ten days before BPT is given and not used for seven days after a treatment.

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