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Photoluminescence Therapy

Photoluminescence Therapy, also called Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation Therapy, is a process where a certain amount of venous blood is withdrawn and then exposed to UV light and returned to the patient. Blood oxygen levels rise, the effect being similar to the oxygen/ozone action. It is of great value in treatment of a variety of diseases and promotion of healing since the UV light destroys and inhibits growth of bacteria and inactivates toxins and other pathogens. The treatment is safe, non-toxic, easy to administer, and drug-free.