What is UBI?
UBI or Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation is known by a number of names including, Bio-Photonic therapy, Photo-oxidative therapy and others. It has been around since the 1920’s during which time there have been over 200 clinical studies that have been published.
In a nutshell, a small amount of blood is withdrawn from the patient, diluted with saline and then exposed to the ultraviolet light as it is re-infused back to the patient.
Why do you use those particular bands of light?
How does treating such a small amount of blood have such a wonderful effect?
A UBI treatment can be understood, at least when referring to the effects of UVC, as an auto-vaccine. Very simply, the small amount of blood containing the inactivated bacteria or virus is returned to the patient enabling its immuno-defense system to recognize and attack pathogens all throughout the body. This kicks off a “cascade of healing” as the patients intricately designed immune system rises to the occasion and self-healing begins.
Is UBI safe?
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. Some patients may experience flushing, slight “flu-like” symptoms, a temporary rise in temperature or chills