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Tired of Being Tired? The Cure that Time Forgot
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By Kathie Gonzales, ARNP-BC

When medicines have failed, there are proven, non-drug remedies known as Ozone and Biophotonic therapy.


Ozone is three loosely held oxygen molecules discovered more than a century ago and known as one of the most important gases in the universe. Most people commonly know it as the protective layer of our atmosphere. Ozone is a powerful oxidant and can react to both organic and inorganic compounds. As a result, medical ozone can produce different effects depending on the concentration administered and has been utilized to treat infections and is able to kill both viruses and bacteria. This same oxidation process produces immune modulation in both chronic and autoimmune diseases creating anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects. Historically, ozone has been used with varied success in many other conditions like; cancer, chronic fatigue syndrome, chronic musculoskeletal pain, migraines, and more.

Biophotonic Therapy:

Biophotonic or Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation (UBI) has been used as a treatment for infections, autoimmune, and sixty different diseases with virtually no side effects since the 1920s. Despite UBI being a more safe and effective treatment for viral hepatitis and viral pneumonia, it lost favor after the development of new antibiotics in the 1950s. UBI is an intravenous therapy utilizing a relatively small amount of blood and exposing it to UV light bands A, B, and C to reduce pain and inflammation and stimulate healing by activating biophotons in the blood. Both UBI and ozone are great therapies, but combining UBI and Ozone in one treatment together allows for rapid detoxification, the killing of bacteria and viruses in the blood, supercharges the immune system, improves circulation, normalizes the autonomic nervous system, oxygenates tissues, and reduces pain. UBI and ozone, otherwise known as “the cure that time forgot,” offers a more effective and safer treatment option for both acute and chronic diseases, a claim most drugs cannot make.

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