UltraViolet Light Mar 24, 2019 12:29:23 GMT -5
Post by intheknow on Mar 24, 2019 12:29:23 GMT -5
ULTRAVIOLET LIGHT THERAPY
testimony of person on curezone who used ultraviolet light successfully
“I took a week off of work and went to Fort Smith, Arkansas to participate in the clinical trials they are doing using Ultra Violet Light Therapy (photoinactivation therapy). The clinical trials are for herpes and many other conditions, but now they are accepting people with symptoms of Morgellons. Cost: one week off of work, travel expenses and $600 fee. I have Morgellons and am doing very well at managing the condition but my face had just gotten to where it would not heal. This therapy helped my face to heal up quickly. My skin looked and felt awesome for weeks. Supposedly this therapy resets your immunity too. For many days after, I got things out of my eyes and nose.
Basically, you put a special medical UV light about 8" or so from your body for approx. 30 minutes, for four days in a row. To add to the beneficial effects, Dr. Martin has been experimenting with neutral red dye (and other things). Judith has taken this further, adding essential oils, etc, which she includes in the kit. All products have been tested by her. She watches her lesions while doing the therapy and can see them auto flourese, when they finally turn dark she believes it means the treatment has worked and it is time to turn off the light.”
Ultraviolet B and C light is used to treat infections. The UV-C frequency range is 100-280nm. The UV-B frequency range is 280-315nm. UV-A is 315-400nm. I think it would be a good way to fight morgellons infections without having to put on harsh chemicals such as MMS. UV-B is used to treat Psoriasis, Parapsoriasis, Vitiligo, Atopic Dermatitis, and Mycosis fungoides. Ultraviolet is responsible for the formation of bone-strengthening vitamin D in most land vertebrates, including humans (specifically, UVB). But it too can be harsh on the skin to cause a “sunburn” and can even cause skin cancer and cataracts so use it minimally (10 seconds within 2” distance) while looking away or using protective glasses. Here is a site that sells treatment lamps for $254 USD: uvb-phototherapy.com/collections/uvb-phototherapy-devices/products/psoriasis-uvb-phototherapy-lamp
Which UV band is the best? Well A is the most penetrating of skin but also the most damaging to skin and eyes. And C only affects the skin surface, doesn’t cause cataracts, is very effective superficially, and is what is normally used in anti-bacteria lamps such as is used in some restaurants. So I would recommend UV-B.
I am now looking for just the raw UVB lamp that is used in devices. I see there are some on amazon.