WHAT IS ULTRAVIOLET?
Ultraviolet (UV) radiation is undetectable by the human eye, although, when it falls on certain materials, it may cause them to fluoresce. Too much exposure to UV radiation is damaging to living tissue. Ultraviolet is responsible for summer tans, sunburn, and skin cancer.
THE CURE THAT TIME FORGOT
Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation (UBI or UV Light For Virus), also known as photoluminescence and photodynamic therapy, is a process of exposing blood to ultraviolet rays to stimulate the immune system to destroy any and all pathogens. UBI elevates the blood oxygen level which helps kill viruses, bacteria, and cancerous cells because they are anaerobic which means they cannot sustain themselves in a well oxygenated environment.
READ THAT AGAIN
Ultraviolet blood irradiation (UBI) has been of great value in treating various diseases for over 75 years however with the development of antibiotics, the use of UBI declined and it has now been called “the cure that time forgot”.
COMING BACK AROUND
Did you know that more than 50 years ago, serious infections were treated by a miracle therapy known as the UV irradiation of blood. This miracle therapy creates a strong immune response called autogenous vaccine. Unfortunately, it coincided with the introduction of antibiotics such as penicillin, which were considered to be an even bigger miracle therapy.
With the recent emergence of bacteria that are antibiotics resistant, UBI should be investigated more as an alternative approach in treating pathogens, no matter if they are viral, bacterial, or cancerous cells/tumors.
The uncertainty about UBI nowadays is what exactly happens during and after the treatment. It played a huge role in the controversy about whether it would be accepted as a mainstream medical therapy, or must it remain as an alternative approach in the history of medicine where it has been forgotten for the last 50 years.
TRANSLATION: The same time period as the drug companies pushing their way into our health.
Basically, what we have always known is that sunlight helps to keep you healthy and boost your immune system and can even treat illnesses.
This is why people dry their clothes and other porous items in the sunshine. It’s known to kill many things including parasites.