This therapy became popular in 1855. The first treatment on a human was in 1928 when Dr. Emmet S. Knott use this treatment in a patient who was determined to be in a moribund state after a septic abortion complicated by hemolytic streptococcus septicemia. UBI therapy was commenced as a last resort, and the patient responded well to the treatment and made a full recovery, she proceeded to give birth to two children.
What are the benefits?
· Increased tolerance of the body towards radiation or chemotherapy
· Stimulation of the immune system
· Improved circulation, micro circulation
· Oxygenation of tissues
· Potential germicidal effect
· More energy
· Metabolic regulator effect
· Anti-inflammatory effects
· Destroys toxins
· Activation of steroid hormones
What Diseases can be treated with this therapy?
· Hepatitis A, B and C
· Lyme Disease
· Epstein barr Virus
· Chronic Fatigue
· Rheumatoid Arthritis
· Peripheral vascular disease
· Multiple Sclerosis
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