Photo Oxidation Therapy
Photo-oxidation therapy, also called Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation, or Photoilluminescence is a medical therapy where a small amount of blood is exposed to a certain wavelength of ultraviolet light as it is removed for the patient’s body and then returned back to the blood stream.
Photo-oxidation creates high-energy molecules in the blood that oxygenates and electrically changes the body. This leads to increased circulation, anti-inflammatory effects, immune system modulation, anti-infection properties, anti-cancer effects and overall detoxification. Viral infections, chronic fatigue, asthma, cancer, diabetes, arthritis and skin ulcers all respond well to this modality.
Photo-Oxidation Therapy is safe and the beneficial effects are long lasting. This therapy has been used in humans since 1928. A typical treatment protocol is to administer two treatments per week for five weeks, then 1-2 treatments per month thereafter as needed and/or for prevention. Daily use is possible.