During the past two decades, there has been an escalation of immune-related illnesses such as fibromyalgia (FM), chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), allergic conditions and HIV/AIDS. This has led to a revival of interest in BioPhotonic Therapy (BPT) among medical practitioners worldwide regarding the ability of using ultraviolet (UV) light rays in the treatment of such disorders. BioPhotonic Therapy (BPT) is a process of exposing blood to ultraviolet (UV) light rays to stimulate the immune system to destroy any and all pathogens, no matter if they are viral, bacterial or fungal. BioPhotonic Therapy (BPT) is also known by other names such as Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation (UBI), Photoluminescence, Photopheresis, Photodynamic Therapy and Hematologic Oxidative Therapy. There have been over 1 million BPT treatments worldwide.
BPT is a time tested therapy, in use for over 80 years by physicians worldwide, with no known serious side effects. The therapy creates a strong immune system response that is regarded as an “autogenous vaccine”. Toxins from microbes, plants, insects and animals are all seemingly cleared from exposing the blood to UV rays. Toxins from tetanus, botulism, snake venom, bee stings and bacterial invasions are also taken care of.
Light is a prerequisite for health, and as such, men have always instinctively sought it. Although light and health have always gone together, it wasn’t until recently that we have begun to understand some of the reasons why light is so beneficial. Ancient men may not have known that exposure to light helped their skin utilize vitamin D, or that light is itself an essential nutrient just like vitamin C, but they did know that there was no therapy more helpful than walking in a field of clover on a beautiful spring day, especially after being indoors through a long winter. Both the mind and the body were lifted, enriched and healed.
Perhaps it should come as no surprise to us that light has seen greater implications for health when coupled with modern medical science. If light has inherent qualities that promote health, focusing those qualities where they are most needed through variable-reducing scientific techniques should provide for even greater healing. Following such logic, medical scientists pioneered amazingly effective techniques for light therapy early in this century. Using the ultraviolet portion of the light spectrum, these pioneers were able to cure many previously hopeless diseases. In fact, an incredible variety of afflictions were cured using their techniques. People near death, with formerly untreatable conditions, were remarkably restored to complete health and the future of light therapy seemed assured. At about the same time, however, antibiotic treatment made its debut. Since antibiotics also treated numerous diseases successfully, and because they had the additional advantage (to the medical community) of requiring the production of prescription drugs, they soon became the treatment of choice. Even though it was illogical to set aside a therapy that could effectively treat viral diseases that were impervious to antibiotics, such as chronic hepatitis and viral pneumonia, interest in BPT has only begun to resurface as the limitations of antibiotics and steroids in treating chronic auto-immune illnesses has become obvious.
Today, light therapy is relatively unknown. However, it is just as exciting and revolutionary today as it was a half century ago. Over the last few decades, overwhelming data has been accumulated proving that light in various wavelengths, intensities and modalities has the ability to destroy pathogens in the blood, specifically viral, bacterial and fungal. This is accomplished by utilizing the body’s own natural defenses to recognize and annihilate the sick, diseased cells. Proper use of BPT holds health implications beyond the imagination. It even offers very real hope for the treatment of HIV/AIDS. Actual in-the-field clinical treatment of HIV/AIDS in Africa has yielded enormously promising results in a large number of patients. Other modern maladies that have resisted known therapies have also responded well to BPT with minimal side effects.
BPT has proved to be highly effective in treating bacterial infections, including septicaemias, pneumonia, wound infections, peritonitis and typhoid. Its efficacy has also been noted in treating profound toxaemias, where it has often served as a life saving measure. BPT presents an interesting and relatively low cost alternative for patients willing to try this therapeutic modality, with international feedback on the response of auto-immune conditions to BPT showing great promise.
With the proliferation of new diseases in our modern society, it is truly time to fully exploit BPT as a most effective medical technique that is a tested and proven therapy having accomplished incredibly miraculous cures with absolutely no side effects.
BioPhotonic Therapy (BPT) gives HOPE to those who have struggled with a disease/disorder and have not found relief!