Lunch and Lecture Series 2012: Using Light as a Natural Antibiotic
Using Light as a Natural Antibotic
Presenter: Dr. Ron Hunninghake
Date: Thursday, July 12, 2012
Time: 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Cost: $10—Lunch is included.
When medicines have failed, this therapy has helped thousands.
Early this year, the Riordan Clinic introduced a safe and natural therapy called Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation (UBI). This is a closed-loop system that safely exposes a small amount of the patient’s blood to germicidal ultraviolet light rays. Blood-borne pathogens in the light-treated blood are killed or inactivated. These neutralized pathogens then act as antigens which trigger a natural vaccination-like response by the patient’s own immune system. In essence, ultraviolet light used in this way helps the body create its own antibiotic response to any chronic infection the patient may be harboring. Our patients have already reported many great successes with this therapy. The Riordan Clinic notes a number of non-infectious conditions that UBI may also be used for with significant benefits.
• “In the past I have suffered from a sinus infection each fall. After 7 UBI treatments (noticing a tremendous difference after just 3 treatments), I never did get a sinus infection this fall…for the first time in 17 years!” Wichita
• “I returned to Kansas for a blood treatment. It’s called UBI [Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation]. Within a few days of finishing a 3 treatment protocol, I noticed my skin was drenched in collagen. Even my cosmetologist made comment. Within a few more days, I noticed a reduction in pain medication, [and] then I noticed a lessening of inflammation in my sinus. This morning I woke and was almost walking normal. I still feel some discomfort and pain…but there is a noticeable difference. ~recommendation~ I could have a party!!” Texas
Come learn more about how this therapy can help you!
If you are unable to attend in person check out this lecture on our live webcast.
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