ultraviolet blood irradiation

The Benefits of Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation Therapy

When you have a health condition that persists, it can make you feel hopeless in finding a workable solution. Traditional medical treatments can work very well in treating a variety of conditions. However, in many cases, traditional medical treatments aren’t enough. Alternative treatments can bring a large number of benefits and can help find the underlying cause of several persistent health conditions. Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation Therapy is an alternative treatment that can help men and women improve the blood’s oxygen level, which improves overall immune function.

What is Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation?

It has been known for a long time that the sun has the ability to kill bacteria, heal infections, and energize the body. Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation is able to help men and women utilize the healing power of the sun’s rays through directly putting it into their bloodstream. Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation has profound photochemical, biochemical and physiological effects, which is of great value to a wide variety of diseases.

In the 1940s and 1950s, Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation (UVBI) was regularly used to treat medical conditions including tuberculosis, infections, cancer, and pneumonia. However, when antibiotics became popular in modern medicine, the use of UVBI decreased. Now, people are becoming resistant to antibiotics, making natural therapies and UVBI more desirable and more popular again.

UVBI Benefits

UVBI has been shown to have several benefits with a number of diseases and health conditions. The benefits that can be experienced from UVBI include:

⦁ Increases circulation by dilating blood vessels

⦁ Kills fungal, viral, and bacterial growth

⦁ Improves oxygen absorption into body tissues

⦁ Increases the immune system’s ability to fight infections

⦁ Helps the body to detoxify and remove toxins

⦁ Improves circulation and decreases platelet aggregation

Additionally, exposure to ultraviolet light boosts the immune system and continues to provide benefits even after treatments have been completed. There are often no side effects of UVBI, however, some patients may experience mild flushing or nausea as a sign of toxins leaving the body. UVBI has been proven to be a safe and effective medical treatment.

UVBI can be used by itself or in combination with other treatments for conditions such as:

⦁ Hepatitis



⦁ Multiple sclerosis

⦁ Cancer

⦁ Candida

⦁ Acute infections (cold, viral, bacterial infection or influenza)

⦁ Eczema and psoriasis

⦁ Acute and chronic fatigue

⦁ Fibromyalgia

⦁ Lyme disease

⦁ Herpes zoster and simplex

⦁ Autoimmune illnesses

⦁ Arthritis (rheumatoid, psoriatic or osteoarthritis)

⦁ Allergies

What to Expect During a UVBI Treatment

Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation involves extracting 200cc’s of blood and irradiating it with ultraviolet light and then returned to the blood stream. While the blood is exposed to the ultraviolet light, pathogens and bacteria get kills and the blood becomes charged with more energy from the light. By increasing the blood’s oxygen level, overall immune function will be improved as well. The entire procedure takes about one hour and has been shown to improve multiple health conditions along with overall health.

Learn More About UVBI at Angel Longevity

At Angel Longevity Center, we understand that it can be frustrating to have a persistent health condition with no workable solution. We want to ensure that our patients receive optimal levels of care and the latest therapies available in Functional Medicine. Our friendly staff is experienced in helping patients face and overcome a wide variety of health concerns by creating personalized wellness programs to address each patient’s specific needs. Patients who are experiencing a persistent health condition and are interested in approaching their condition with a holistic treatment, please call our office at (818) 930-5706 to schedule your free wellness phone consultation with one of our Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation Therapy specialists.