UBI and Ozone a natural alternative to antibiotics- The osteocenter

UBI and Ozone, a natural alternative to conventional antibiotics

On the verge of a “super bug” crisis, is there any way to help your body fight against harmful pathogens without resorting to conventional antibiotic use?
Infections and viruses are a fact of life, from cuts and scrapes, to the common cold and the flu, as long as you are alive you are going to deal with illness and injury. Fortunately, our body is equipped with an array of very sophisticated mechanisms to counteract, fight and heal all kinds of biological threats.

More often your ability to heal and survive will depend on the strength of your immune system. Poor diet, nutritional deficiencies, lack of sleep, and stress can suppress your immune response creating the perfect recipe for viruses and bacteria to thrive, usually granting a visit to the doctor for a prescription medicine and usually the “infamous” antibiotic of the day

On the verge of a “super bug” crisis, is there any way to help your body fight against harmful pathogens without resorting to conventional antibiotic use?

Before the discovery of modern antibiotics, many ancient cultures experimented with diverse antimicrobial agents, in the 1600s, Jesuit missionaries infused cinchona bark to treat fevers, the ancient Egyptians used beer to heal gum disease and leeches were routinely used to manage circulatory disorders and cardiovascular disease. In 1928 the discovery of penicillin by A. Fleming, open up the door to the era of modern antibiotics saving millions of lives and therefore establishing the use of the synthetic medicine as the staple for treating infectious diseases

Unfortunately, the high rate of effectiveness in antibiotics has caused them to be massively over prescribed and often misused. Our unreasonable use of antibiotics to treat humans and animals is currently responsible for the greatly accelerated evolution of antibiotic-resistant microorganisms leading us to a current “superbug crisis”

In the last decade Superbugs like MRSA (Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus) C. diff, drug resistant salmonella and VRSA, (Staphylococcus resistant S. aureus) have been populating the list of pathogens that are no longer susceptible to regular antibiotic therapy, newer antibiotics to treat this “superbugs” haven’t been developed fast enough, and pharmaceutical companies lack the economic incentive for making them.

Although in severe cases, antibiotics can be a life saver they also come at a price. Broad spectrum antibiotics launch an indiscriminate attack of both the pathological and beneficial or harmless bacteria found in the intestines, lungs and bladder.

The severe damage to the gut flora and intestinal microbiome leave the body’s defenses severely compromised, therefore making it easier to acquire secondary and often more resistant infections, not to mention the tremendous toll it takes on the liver to metabolize the drug. Many people report extreme fatigue during and after a round of antibiotics, unsurprisingly, since antibiotic treatment is a form of chemotherapy.

With the increasing incidence of antibiotic resistant infections and patients seeking for natural therapies, we are entering an era where old time and often forgotten medicines and therapies are revised under the light of current technologies, such is the case of UBI (ultraviolet blood irradiation) and Ozone therapy.

These two therapies in combination can in some cases replace the use of conventional antibiotics, allowing healing by supporting the body’s intrinsic repair mechanisms while preserving the integrity of the intestinal flora and the bacterial balance of the whole body.

Ultraviolet blood irradiation

Ultraviolet blood irradiation (also known as photoluminescence, hemo-irradiation, photodynamic therapy, and oxidative phototherapy), was first developed to combat poliomyelitis, it was also extensively used in the 1930’s and 1940’s to treat medical conditions like pneumonia, tuberculosis, and even cancer.


UBI assists patients battling an infection and enables them to develop a direct, self-generated response. UBI can be used as a therapy in two forms, either as specific (i.e. psoriasis, lymph cancer) or non-specific (chronic infections, auto-immune diseases, etc.) Among other things, it has also proven to increase oxygen flow to the tissues. The vasodilation and microcirculation created provides for a new, supercharged immune response and an improvement of overall health.

For this procedure, blood is withdrawn from the patient’s arm and  run through a sterile, specially made device, which exposes it to concentrated ultraviolet rays.  As the blood is returned to the patient’s vein, the effects begin immediately.

Ozone therapy

Ozone is the second most powerful sterilizer in the world and can be used to destroy bacteria, viruses and odors. Ozone has an anti-inflammatory effect by oxidizing and destroying the compounds that sustain the inflammatory process, regulating metabolic reactions and restoring pH. Ozone also stimulates the production of white blood cells. These cells protect the body from viruses, bacteria, fungi, and cancer.

Both UBI and Ozone activate oxygen molecules, leading to a number of positive biochemical changes at the cellular level. An environment is created that supports the cells’ natural ability to respond to threats such as bacteria and viruses. These two therapies in combination work synergistically to balance your body, boost your immune system and in sum help you attain a state of homeostasis necessary to help your body heal naturally. Give UBI and Ozone a try and see the results for yourself.

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