UBI, known as BioPhotonic Therapy, gives hope for those who have not found relief!
BioPhotonic Therapy is not new. Since 1928, BPT is a proven medical procedure that kills bacteria and virus, assists the immune system, and rejuvenates blood properties. Among other things, it has also proven to increase oxygen flow to the tissues, causing vasodilation and microcirculation.
Blood is withdrawn from the patient’s arm using a butterfly needle. Approximately 40 milliliters of blood, depending on body weight. This same blood is run through a device which exposes the blood to controlled ultraviolet rays. After the patient’s blood is exposed to the UV light, and 03 it is returned to the patient’s vein.
During the process, smaller bacterial and viral cells are targeted, absorbing the majority of the photonic energy. The healthy cells remain intact while the disease cells are killed and become antigenic. An “autogenous vaccine”, meaning self-generated, is thus produced. Microbes in the bloodstream are rapidly destroyed when exposed to this “vaccine” and photonic energy. This process is called “induced secondary immune reactivation.”
The end result provides a new supercharged immune response, greater oxygenation, and a balancing of your system.
Condemnation without investigation is arrogance, ignorance, or both!
Consider the following for BPT
Antibiotic resistant bacteria are germs that have developed resistance to certain antibiotics that normally kill the bacteria. Infections with antibiotic resistant bacteria can be harder to treat.
It is a known fact that many chronic diseases either are caused by or made worse by a decrease in oxygen utilization by the cells. It is also know that when blood is exposed to ozone, compounds known as ozonides are formed by interaction with proteins and fats in the blood.
These ozonides interact with other compounds inside the cells that stimulate oxygen utilization. This could explain the many and varied beneficial effects.
Condemnation without Investigation is nothing but Arrogance &/or Ignorance
UBI is researched to be safe and has over 125 published studies.
Any medical professional should acknowledge this therapy.
If a doctor is claiming a therapy to be unsafe or uneffective should be able to show
evidence and research to support their claim.
Obviously not, but it is a phenomenal therapy with almost no side affects.
We use BioPhotonic Therapy because in today’s environment the name radiation often means isotopes or radioactive ions. This treatment is with UVC / UVA light …just the extended wave length of natural light.
There are a lot of positive body responses to BPT that will help to bolster the immune system in its own defense against cancer. To date there have not been studies that conclusively show its affect with cancer. There are some glowing testimonials on its help. As an adjunct therapy it certainly should be considered. It seems to have the affect of reducing the side effects of chemotherapy and radiation. For others there has been complete remission.
l It has been shown to be effective in treating HIV, reducing viral loads and reducing symptoms. See www.Harrismed.com for on-going studies and data.
Great question. Sometimes therapies have an area that accomplishes the task…feeling better, more stable, reduction of problems and symptoms without giving us a complete answer to “How”? BPT has the ability to modulate or destroy the activated T-4 cells that drive such syndromes. Results have certainly varied but many have found significant improvement. See a PhD look at BPT
“The transfusion of UV irradiated blood in the organism causes rearrangement of the immune status, the trends and depth of which depends of its initial condition. In case of normal functioning of immune system the influence of extracorporeal UBI is not detected, in case of hyperfunction of certain elements – suppressive effect and finally normalization of the immune response of the organism is recorded.”
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It's possible there is nothing more frustrating or upsetting to a patient or the doctor than a set of symptoms — and no name for what those symptoms mean. No name, no label for that set of symptoms means the patient is undiagnosed.
Regardless of the eventual outcome, the very lack of a label is frustrating and upsetting at the least, and frightening at the worst. Patients may go months or years without the label they need and that may lead to a lack of treatment. They may become further debilitated in the process.
While a diagnosis can be a helpful way to guide treatment, it is estimated that Diagnoses that are missed, incorrect or delayed are believed to affect 10 to 20 percent of cases*
The problem is not new: In 1991, the Harvard Medical Practice Study found that misdiagnosis accounted for 14 percent of adverse events and that 75 percent of these errors involved negligence, such as a failure by doctors to follow up on test results.
The term “disease” can be used for conditions for which we have: (i) discovered the causes; (ii) understood the pathogenesis, (iii) comprehensively described the clinical picture and the reaction to treatment; and (iv) measured the natural history.
If we cannot effectively identiify i,ii,iii,iv, we cannot provide a definitive diagnosis.
The frustration and cost of a diagnosis can add up to wasted time and money on tests that never show anything significant.
Albert Einstein's famous line: "Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results."
"This treatment had a cure rate of 98 to 100% in early and moderately advanced infections, and approximately 50% in terminally moribund patients. Healing was not limited to just bacterial infections, but also viral (acute polio), wounds, asthma, and arthritis. Recent German literature has demonstrated profound improvements in a number of biochemical and hematologic markers. There has never been reported any toxicity, side effects or injury except for occasional Herxheimer type reactions. As infections are failing to improve with the use of chemical treatment, this safe and effective treatment should be revisited." (Int J Biosocial Med Res., 1996; 14(2): 115-132)
The American Cancer Society says, "UBI clinical trials look promising for the treatment of immune system diseases such as MS, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus and rejection of transplanted organs".
There are few studies done on cancer and BPT. In general this is used as an adjunct therapy. It gives the body its best chance to fight the effects of cancer. Many have found BPT to help in total remission. The incidents are anecdotal not in published clinical studies.
These therapies are not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any particular illness in any specific manner but rather to support the body’s own self-healing and detoxification pathways.
This article out of Time magazine truly gives the level of acceptance that UBI once enjoyed. Its effectiveness is still high. Antibiotics and vaccines virtually eliminated the continuance of UBI as a medical therapy. Now, in Europe, over 3,000 practitioners use UBI/BioPhotonic Therapy everyday.
“Doctors have known for 15 years that irradiating the blood with invisible ultraviolet rays helps in some diseases, notably blood poisoning. Three years ago Drs Valinta P. Wasson, George P.Miley and Preston M. Dunning of the New York Infirmary decided to use the technique on children with acute rheumatic heart disease. Last week they reported success in 22 consecutive cases.
All of the children, aged three to 13, were acutely ill with inflamed heart muscles (one result of the disease). the doctors told the American Blood Irradiation Society in Atlantic City’s Chalfonte-Haddon Hall. The process took only 15 to 25 minutes each time it was done. The doctors drew an amount of blood depending on the child’s weight (1.5 cubic centimeters for each pound), added citrate to prevent clotting, fed it into the machine called a Knott Hemo-Irradiator that exposes the blood to ultraviolet light. Then the blood was returned to the child’s arm through the same needle.
Treatments were given a week apart at first, then at longer intervals depending on the patient’s response; average number given was less than three. All of the patients left the hospital without sign of rheumatic heart disease except mechanical damage that had already taken place in the heart; 20 have returned to normal activity; one dies, from another disease, and one “gained immesurably.” The three docotors concluded that “UBI” (Ultraviolet blood iradiation) is safe and may prove, after further tests, to be the best treatment available.”
“ 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…).”