The use of Photoluminescence (UBI) began in the early 1930s as a means to successfully treat polio patients as well as those afflicted with other serious viral and bacterial infections. With the advent of powerful vaccines and antibiotics that were easy to administer in the 1950s, Photoluminescence became essentially obsolete. Physicians felt antibiotics were more effective and efficient than UBI. As its popularity fell by the wayside in the US, other countries studied and implemented its use against both bacterial and viral infections. Now, with escalating resistance to antibiotic therapy, there is increasing interest in alternative treatments. Photoluminescence has quietly provided that alternative since the 1940s.
Photoluminescence is a safe, simple process in which a small needle is inserted into a vein (as if you were donating blood) and 60cc (2 ounces) of blood is withdrawn via a sterile tubing system where it is diluted and mixed with a commonly used blood thinner (to avoid clotting) prior to reinfusion into the body. The blood passes through a cuvette (glass chamber made of quartz crystal) where it is bathed in ultraviolet light as it travels 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. During photoluminescence it is believed that the UV light renders viruses and bacteria inactive by causing damage to their DNA, while leaving surface components intact. This allows the immune system to better eliminate these invaders. Photoluminescence is an extremely safe procedure and all blood for transfusion is first prepared by treatment with Ultraviolet light. Photoluminescence is not only useful to treat refractory bacterial and viral infections, but also has the ability to allow an ill body to remarkably re-adjust itself back to its normal biological self-regulation. Without the body’s own mechanisms functioning correctly, no drug or intervention can heal an illness. Photoluminescence helps to rebalance and boost the body’s innate ability to combat disease.
UBI may be used alone or in conjunction with other treatments for conditions including:
- Allergies – inhaled, food or chemical
- 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 & psoriasis
- Fatigue – acute and chronic
- Lyme disease
- Multiple sclerosis
- Herpes zoster and simplex