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EBOO/RHP & UBI Therapy

Introducing EBOO/RHP Therapy. A blood filtration therapy that improves blood flow, cellular healing, and cellular oxygen utilization. EBOO/RHP can increase metabolism, heighten energy levels, enhance your skin, and improve athletic performance.

What is EBOO / RHP Therapy?

Extracorporeal Blood Oxygenation and Ozonation (EBOO) Therapy is a specialized blood filtering treatment that allows for the reduction of chronic inflammation. It positively impacts the quality of life and performance, as inflammation is the mother of all diseases. EBOO/RHP (Recirculatory Hæmoperfusion) therapy can be used as an adjunct treatment for relief of symptoms from conditions such as:

  • Autoimmune related diseases
  • Cardiovascular disease
  • Diabetes
  • Bacterial and viral pathologies
  • Lyme disease
  • Brain fog
  • Chronic Fatigue/Fibromyalgia
  • Inflammatory diseases
  • Mold exposure
  • Sleeping difficulties

The EBOO/RHP treatment improves blood flow, cellular healing and cellular oxygen utilization. Clinical studies suggest that EBOO/RHP activates an immune response to infectious disease by stimulating it to kill viruses, fungi, and pathogenic bacteria. It also improves the utilization of oxygen within the cells, which reduces ischemia in cardiovascular diseases. It can also release growth factors to help regenerate damaged joints and deteriorated discs.

How Does EBOO/RHP Therapy Work?

During the EBOO/RHP treatment, you will have your blood drawn from one arm, run through the EBOO/RHP device, and returned to the other arm to complete the circle. You will notice how dark your blood is as it goes into the EBOO/RHP device, which filters it. This filter is necessary because even though your liver and kidneys naturally filter your blood, they can get backed up with toxins and can’t handle the excess load. After filtering your blood, EBOO/RHP infuses it with oxygen and ozone. When the blood returns through the tube, you will notice its bright red because it was oxygenated. This filtering process takes 60 minutes.

After Your Treatment

After the EBOO/RHP treatment, the filter in the EBOO/RHP machine will be full of toxic residue left from your blood, which could’ve ended up in your brain, heart or other areas and caused detrimental effects. Running the blood through the external filtration and then super-oxygenating it can significantly boost energy and well-being and reduce the total toxic burden on the body. After you complete the EBOO/RHP treatment, you often get an immediate feeling that something good just happened, and you feel better. For example, you may breathe easier and think more clearly. You may start with one or two treatments per week for three to four weeks and then move on to a maintenance program.

Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation Therapy (UBI)

Light Therapy is being revived in our day of super germs, burgeoning medical costs, ineffective drugs and a myriad of medical prescription side effects.

Ultraviolet Light Blood Irradiation should be considered for a number of reasons:

  • It is simple.
  • It is relatively quick.
  • There are almost no side affects.
  • Low cost
  • Treats a host of diseases from flu to Herpes, HIV to rabies, CFS to Rheumatoid arthritis (See List)

Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation (UBI) -also known by other names such as Biophoton therapy, photoluminescence, hemo-irradiation, photopheresis, photodynamic therapy-is a process of exposing blood to ultraviolet A or C rays to stimulate the immune system to destroy any and all pathogens, no matter if they are viral, bacterial, fungal, or cancerous cells/tumors.

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Disclaimer: This site, nor any of its contributors, does not provide medical advice, or diagnosis and makes no claims of cures. No medical treatment should be administered solely on the basis of the information herein. This site is intended to provide information, both clinical and experiential, regarding a treatment that has been used in hundreds of clinics and hospitals over the past 70 years.