UBI Therapy

Photoluminescence Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation (UBI) Therapy

First let’s start with the definitions of the words:

Photoluminescence  = luminescence in which the excitation is produced by visible or invisible light

Ultraviolet = "beyond the violet end of the visible spectrum," 1840, from ultra- + violet. Ultra-red (1870) was a former name for what now is called infra-red.- situated beyond the visible spectrum at its violet end —used of radiation having a wavelength shorter than wavelengths of visible light and longer than those of X-rays.

Irradiation = to treat by exposure to radiation, as of ultraviolet light

200 ml [millilitres] equals 6.76 US fluid ounces which is less than one cup (8 fluid ounces)

The History of UBI Therapy

The wavelength of light used in photoluminescence treatments, wavelength C, corresponds to the wavelength of light from the sun that is known for its healing properties. 

UV light was first discovered by Johann Wilhelm Ritter in 1801. In the late 1800s, physicians began to explore the connection between sunlight and health. Emmet Knott created a chamber in the 1920's that was a precursor to the machinery we use today.  Dr. Gurwitsch, who researched photo-biology in the 1930’s, demonstrated that body tissues gave off tiny emanations of light in different wavelengths, all in the ultraviolet spectrum.  By the summer of 1942, over 6,500 patients had been treated with Photoluminescence Therapy with a greater than 95% success rate, and no harmful side effects.

The research also proved that the blood of people who suffer from chronic disease such as cancer, diabetes and arthritis give off much more light than the blood of healthy people.  People who are ill have an internal deficiency of ultraviolet light.

Sunlight, although false information has been reported it as being harmful, is actually needed for good health.  Skin cells synthesize the sunlight which then enters the body and provides healthy benefits such as Vitamin D3 naturally.  The cells of those who are chronically sick are not able to transmit synthesized sunlight inward due to cellular disturbances.  Cellular disturbances can be such things as rashes, toxins within the body and chemicals on the skin.

Ultraviolet light has been used in this country since the 1930’s, and in other countries much longer to combat bloodstream infection.  The benefits are much greater than the simple destruction of bacteria, viruses and other foreign substances.

How UBI Therapy is Delivered

The image of blood running into a tube and through a contraption, then back into the body is incorrect.  UBI is administered but extracting 200 ml of blood (equals 6.76 US fluid ounces).  For an idea of how much blood that is, one cup of liquid equals 8 ounces.  Once the blood is extracted, it is then passed through the UV light.  Then the blood is replaced in the body.

The UV light does not directly destroy the foreign substances in the blood.  Instead, it is the effect of the light gives the blood cells an energy which creates a strong response in the body.

Photoluminescence corrects cellular imbalance in the blood.  One such method of correction is the normalization of white blood cells, whereby high levels will decrease and low levels will increase.  Ultraviolet blood irradiation (UBI) tends to build red blood cells in cases of anemia.  It also enhances the removal of fat from the liver, which if left untreated can cause elevated triglycerides and cholesterol.  UBI can increase cell permeability and is very effective in stimulating the immune system by enhancing the body’s own ability to produce antibodies.

One of the most significant aspects of UBI is that it increases oxygen levels in the blood.  Oxygen deficiency blocks the basic physiological oxidation processes in the body which can cause fermentation of sugars leading to abnormal cell growth and blockages in the vessels.  Research done as early as 1925 demonstrated the increase in venous blood oxygen levels after photoluminescence that accumulates in the body with repeated treatments.

What UBI Does For Your Health

William Campbell Douglass, MD, an author who treats his patient using only alternatives, wrote a book called Into the Light, where he recommends Photoluminescence Therapy for the following conditions:

  • Immune deficiency problems
  • Viral Infections (hepatitis, respiratory, etc.)
  • Pneumonia
  • Non-healing wounds and wound infections
  • Emphysema
  • Inflammatory Processes: fibrositis (inflammation of, mainly, the muscle sheath), bursitis, iritis (inflammation of the iris), pancreatitis, etc
  • Autoimmune diseases: rheumatoid arthritis, AIDS, etc.
  • Osteomyelitis (bacterial infection of the bone marrow)
  • Septicemia (virulent infection of the blood)
  • Cancer (experimental at present)
  • Peripheral vascular disease
  • Most vascular disease
  • Thrombophlebitis (inflammation of a blood vessel that results in blood clots)

He goes on to state that Photoluminescence Therapy is performed using FDA approved equipment; it is safe and effective; it is relatively inexpensive; is covered by some insurance companies; and is easy to do.

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