We’re joined by Tom Lowe on the podcast. Tom is an expert in Ultraviolet Light Irradiation therapy with over 14 years researching and working with Ozone and UBI. UBI has over 700,000 successful therapies, 200 medical studies and over 90 years of history show safety and efficacy.
He started learning about Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation after getting a call from a nurse at his church who just got back from Africa and had witnessed UBI practices. This nurse wanted to bring the practice of medical ultraviolet light irradiation to the US, and Tom started researching the therapy believing it must be too good to be true.
In his initial research he found little to no downside to UBI. How could that be? How can just light do all this? But after further investigation he was convinced on the technology.
His latest book, The Invisible Cure: The Resurgence of Ultraviolet Light Irradiation, discusses the history of UBI and what it does.
Did you know UBI machines were used in 50 hospitals nationwide by the 1930’s. What changed? The rise of the AMA partially and a focus on a drug and allopathic model. This technology was simply overlooked. The origin of UBI therapy began after the Spanish flu when Emmett Knot started testing if UV light could kill the virus and help those who are sick. In 1928 he successfully used the UV light to treat patients.
UBI therapy can be a good choice for patients who have exhausting everything else. They have tried all the conventional treatments with no relief. Patients are at their wits end and don’t know where to go. When they finally cross that line from conventional medicine to alternative medicine to help with their problem they may benefit from UBI.
Tom says about alternative medicine, “They start to see wholistically…where they’re going to say let’s deal with the whole person.” UBI is a valuable tool for any viral or bacterial infections because it will cause the system to respond. It’s not a drug focusing on one thing. It supports the body so it to respond to the illness.
So, how does this therapy work
UBI is ultraviolet blood irradiation and uses the same energy that the sun gives. A relatively small amount of blood is drawn and mixed with a saline solution and usually ozone. It’s put through an IV drip system and then exposed to ultraviolet light. The blood once treated, it is then introduced back to the patient in an IV. It’s a very simple procedure that puts, what Tom calls, an energy packet back into the blood. This natural energy is then absorbed and used by your body to help heal itself.
They have found patients have had better circulation, better flow of oxygen in the blood stream, and the immune system balances. Some 150 disorders have been shown to be helped by UBI.
"Fix your immune system to fix your body" Tom Lowe
About 300 doctors nationwide offer UBI treatments. Patients with Lyme, cancer, tachycardia, viral infections, incurable rashes, shingles, asthma, pain, Multiple Sclerosis, even brain disorders saw their body healing sometimes in a matter of a few sessions. In Tom Lowe’s opinion, your body is your best tool to heal and UBI supplements this healing by injecting energy into your blood cells. He has found people think clearer, feel better, and heal faster with his UBI therapy treatments.
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