posted on Apr, 29 2020 @ 12:43 AM
originally posted by: AlienView
Actually this is nothing new - A long, long time ago before they had antibiotics they used to draw blood
and run ultarviolet light over it with some success -
Ultraviolet Irradiation of Blood: “The Cure That Time Forgot”?
Is anybody, and/or group of researchers working on this ???
Only in trials, the best known is the Healight
from AYTU bioscience. The Healight administers intermittent
UVA light via an endotracheal medical device.
The light kills the coronavirus and
bacteria implicated in ventilator associated pneumonia (VAP).
There are a few other recent trials. J. Todd Kuenstner in 2017
10 hepatitis C Virus (HCV) patients with a modified Knott Hemo-Irradiator from Avicure Bioscience. The mean percentage change in viral load was
−56%, and there were no significant adverse events. In 2015 Kuenstner treated two patients for infection by Mycobacterium avium ssp.
paratuberculosis (MAP) with combination antibiotics and UVBI, and observed resolution of Crohn’s disease in one patient and complex regional pain
syndrome in the other patient. Shurygin in 2009 treated 25 patients with combination antibiotics and UVBI and 37 patients with antibiotics alone, and
reported faster recovery for patients who received antibiotics and UVBI.
- If not why not ???
Ultraviolet blood irradiation (UBI) was extensively used in the 1940s and 1950s to treat many diseases including
septicemia, pneumonia, tuberculosis, arthritis, asthma and polio.
However, at that
time many antibiotics were introduced, which were
easier to administer,
because no intravenous treatment was needed. Also the patent medicine representatives and the American Medical Association
went to war against UBI, and succeeded in stopping its use.
With UBI, only 6% of blood volume is treated with UV to produce the optimum benefit, which means there must be other ways that UBI is helping besides
directly killing pathogens. Dr. John Cannell obtained 25(OH)D levels before and after treating three of his patients with UBI and found that each
irradiation delivered between 50,000 to 100,000 IU of vitamin D to the systemic circulation. So you can get part of the benefit of UBI with the
Vitamin D hammer,
a treatment course of 10,000 IU/dose * 3 doses a day for three
days, for a total treatment dose of 90,000 IU. Whenever you take Vitamin D, you should take
Vitamin K2 to avoid arterial calcification.