UVB Ultraviolet Therapy (Photo-oxidation therapy) is a biological healing modality utilizing ultraviolet irradiation of the blood (with UV Ultraviolet C light) to produce the following beneficial photochemical reactions:

Improved micro circulation and oxygenation of tissues.
Anti-inflammatory effects
Stimulation of the immune system
Increased tolerance of the body towards radiation or chemotherapy.
Cardiovascular protection through increased metabolism of cholesterol, uric acid, and glucose
Resolution of vascular spasms
Powerful anti-infection properties

Historically, photo-oxidation therapy was first administered to humans in 1928 in Germany when a woman dying of sepsis (a usually fatal bacterial infection of the blood) was cured in two days. Currently, when use and over-use of antibiotics has produced super-strains of bacteria resistant to more and more powerful (toxic) antibiotics, and new mutated strains of viruses are being identified every decade, photo-oxidation is needed more than ever. Medical research from American and German sources, provides dozens of references on photo-oxidation. Those interested in further information can read Into The Light by William Campbell Douglas, Second Opinion Publishing, Inc, 1993 for original references.

Indications for photo-oxidation: When a patient has reached a plateau, photo- oxidation can often improve these patients further. Indications include: Infections of all types- (bacterial, viral, fungal, protozoa) toxic conditions of all types- snake bites or organic poisoning, injuries, wound healing, venous stasis ulcers, Raynaud’s disease, migraine, acute flare ups of arthritic joints, fibromyalgia, osteoporosis pain, diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration, asthma, acne, herpes zoster, psoriasis, chronic intestinal inflammation, occlusion of arteries, (including stroke), thrombosis or increase in blood coagulability, thrombophlebitis, general detoxification.

Biological effects include: Increase in: arterial and venous oxygenation, blood pH, lymphocytes, electrical charge on the red blood cell, of bacteriocidal capacity of the blood, hemoglobin, white blood cell count, lymphocytes, phagocytosis ability; Reduction of : cholesterol, creatinine levels, blood lactate, clot formation tendencies, blood viscosity, uric acid levels, fibrin levels, plasma viscosity, surface tension of the blood; Normalization or modulation of: immune status, glucose tolerance , and fibrinolysis.

Frequency of treatment: Acute infectious situations typically will be treated with one treatment daily or every other day until improved or resolved. Chronic situations are treated on a variable schedule, but a typical pattern of treatment would be one treatment two times per week for three weeks, and then one treatment weekly for four weeks, then gradually moving towards one treatment every two months as maintenance. The treatments may take effect immediately and the benefits are apparent for up to 45 days.

Contraindications include: Porphyria, photosensitivity, acute hemorrhagic diseases (such as hemophilia-but not including routine medical anticoagulation), hyperthyroidism, subacute appendicitis and cholecystitis, immediately after a myocardial infarction (heart attack)

After your Photo-oxidation treatment:

Drink eight 8-ounce glasses of pure water in the 24 hours following your treatment.
Avoid taking antioxidant supplements for 24 hours following your treatment. This includes Vitamins A,C,E, selenium, glutathione, pycnogenols,
Make sure you are eliminating properly – exercise, increase fiber, colonic therapy, herbal laxatives.
You may take enzymes and minerals to help facilitate energizing process.

What can you expect after a treatment? Some people feel better immediately afterwards. Occasionally, some people feel worse before they feel better. This is because the body is actually detoxifying from the treatment. The stimulated oxidation process can cause your body to “break” an infection. Detoxification symptoms include feeling tired or run- down, fever, chills, and flu like symptoms. This will usually last the night of your treatment and most people then feel better afterwards. In individuals with weakened immune systems (chronic fatigue, Candida, multiple sensitivities, etc.) it may take up to four treatments (rarely more) before the immune system is noticeably better.


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What is P.O.T.?

P.O.T. is ultraviolet irradiation of the blood. It is a natural healing method that has been used for over 30 years by hundreds of European physicians. P.O.T. is safe, non-toxic, and very effective.
How is P.O.T. administered?
The medical procedure is as follows: 60-100 cc. of blood are collected by vein puncture into a 60 cc. syringe or an I.V. bag which is connected to silicon and glass tubing. The blood flows through the tubing and passes across an ultraviolet light and collected in the syringe or I.V. bag. From this container it is re-infused. The procedure takes approximately 25 minutes. All equipment is sterile and is disposed of after each use.

When is P.O.T. indicated?

Biological photo-oxidation creates high energy molecules in the blood that oxygenates and electrically charges the body. The result is a cleansing and healing effect. Weak and damaged cells are cleansed; viruses, fungi, bacteria are killed, and circulation is enhanced. P.O.T. is reported to help inhibit cancer growth.
Medical applications for P.O.T.:
Viral illness – Flu, hepatitis, herpes, AIDS
Microbial illness – Infections, gangrene, fungus
Ensures – Burns, radiation, wounds
Supplemental therapy for:
Chronic illness – M.S., colitis, Crohn’s disease, cancer
Circulatory – Disturbances and obstructions
Eye disease – When caused by poor circulation
Geriatric – With old-age phenomena P.O.T. produces well-being
Radiation and chemotherapy – Are better tolerated and side effects are reduced when supplemented by P.O.T.
The basic treatment series is recommended to be taken 2 times per week for 5 weeks, then monthly thereafter as needed and/or for prevention. The biological cycle that P.O.T. produces is reported to remain active for over 10 months.

During POT Please Follow the Recommendations Below:

1. Assist your body in elimination of waste and toxins created by UV by drinking 8 glasses of filtered water daily2. Make sure you have at least one bowel movement daily. Ask for specific recommendations if this is a problem3. Take a daily walk in nature, breathing deeply and taking note of the beauty around you.4. Use a rebounder daily and or get lymphatic massage once per week.5. Bath daily in Epsom salts baths.6. Avoid taking large amounts of antioxidant supplements that may hinder the oxidation process the day of your treatment.  These include vitamins: beta-carotene, C, E, selenium, and (S.O.D.) Superoxide dismutase.

The P.O.T. treatment series can be unparalleled in doing its job to help cleanse and energize your physical body, provided the above requirements are met by you, the recipient, in many cases, other specific therapies are also necessary to target stubborn problems, but P.O.T. is a valuable supplement to assist any other treatment