UV Blood Irradiation (UVBI) has been proven to be one of the safest ways to strengthen the immune system. Since 1928, UVBS is a proven medical procedure that kills bacteria and viruses, 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.
How does it work?
Blood is withdrawn from the patient’s arm using a butterfly needle. Approximately 40 mL 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, 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.”