Top 5 Alternative Therapies for Infectious Diseases

A new Brown University study suggests that the era of disease scares is far from over. Top news publications such as Time Magazine have also shifted attention to the topic of infectious diseases (especially with the recent Ebola crisis), with Time Editor Nancy Gibbs stating, “The global health system is nowhere close to strong enough to keep us safe from infectious disease, and ‘us’ means everyone, not just those in faraway places where this is one threat among many that claim lives every day.”

While many see vaccines and antibiotics as the answer, the fact remains that the rate of infectious disease outbreaks is on the rise even after billions in research and development of new vaccines and antibiotics, this according to the same Brown University Study spanning the course of 33 years. It’s not just the number of outbreaks that’s growing, either: The diversity of the diseases affecting humans is also increasing.

A rising threat with common underlying issues

With more patients entering doctor’s offices suffering from multiple infections (including Epstein-Barr Virus, Coxsackievirus, Klebsiella, Streptococcinum, Giardia, Candida Rugosa / Albicans, Intestinal Fluke, and many others), and infectious diseases such as Lyme disease and West Nile Virus on the rise, the need for effective therapies with few side-effects is at a high.

A number of different alternative / biological therapies exist today, and at Innovative Medicine we are about finding the most efficient and clinically proven options, and utilizing a personalized and integrative approach is often best. Nonetheless, for any infectious disease therapy to produce lasting results, it must address the following issues:

  • Biological Terrain / Inner Milieu
    This is often most critical – creating a healthy inner environment where pathogens do not thrive – this includes proper pH balance.
  • Immune Response
    Stimulate white blood cell (immune cells) production.
  • Oxygenation
    Increased oxygenation leads to increased leukocytosis and phagocytosis; stimulation of interferon system.
  • Toxicity
    Leading back to the biological terrain, a body burdened by toxicity cannot effectively protect itself from infectious diseases.

Here are the top 5 alternative therapies for infectious diseases

1. UBI / UVB – Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation Therapy

Ultraviolet blood irradiation (UBI or UVB) is an intravenous oxidative therapy that represents a safe, non-toxic, low cost and drug-free method of treating most blood-borne viruses and it offers hope to those who suffer from viral infections and related conditions. It is also known as photoluminescence therapy, hemo-irradiation, photodynamic therapy, and oxidative phototherapy.

Experience has shown that ultraviolet blood irradiation can strengthen the immune system and improve overall health. Ultraviolet blood irradiation has been shown to have the following therapeutic benefits:

  • Increases oxygen absorption into body tissues
  • Destruction of fungal, viral and bacterial growth
  • Improves circulation and decreases platelet aggregation
  • Improves the body’s ability to detoxify and inactivate or remove toxins
  • Activates cortisone-like molecules, sterols, into vitamin D

2. Ozone (O3) Therapy

Ozone Therapy (O3 or Oxygen Therapy) is another oxidative therapy and an effective therapeutic method that helps increase oxygenation, detoxification and immune stimulation. In biological systems, including the human body, ozone instantaneously interacts with double bonds found in amino acids and lipids to form peroxides. These peroxides can easily penetrate cell membranes and increase oxygenation of intracellular compounds (NADH and FADH2) involved with energy production. This oxygenation process inactivates of bacteria, viruses and fungi, enhances circulation, stimulates enzymatic activity and oxygen metabolism, increases tissue oxygenation, enhances formation of acetyl CoA (vital for detoxification), and disrupts lipid cell membranes of anaerobic pathogens and weak or defective cells, among other health benefits.

3. Airnergy Spirovital Therapy

Airnergy Oxygen Therapy

Airnergy (Active Air) is a non-invasive oxygen therapy (also known as spirovital or respiratory therapy). The therapy utilizes a specialized device to continually transform normal oxygen in the air into a high energy state (singlet oxygen) which is the physiologically active form of the oxygen that the body more readily absorbs.

Amongst other things this therapy is suitable for prevention i.e. maintaining, building up and regenerating cellular functions and generally for increasing performance. Airnergy can promote healthy sleep, strengthen the immune system and stimulate self-healing as well as optimising metabolic regulation.

4. Biomagnetic Therapy

Biomagnetic therapy, also referred to as biomagnetism, biomagnetic pair, or terrain restoration therapy, is an entirely non-invasive procedure with a wide array of indicated uses. It utilizes the +/- poles of 1000 gauss magnets, specifically placed over different vital organs for a period of time, to shift the body’s natural pH and restore balance to the biological terrain. Dr. Isaac Goiz Durán, a Mexican physician, first discovered the principles behind this therapy more than 20 years ago when treating an AIDS patient.

Disease or dysfunction in a part of the body is related to a distortion in the pH level. If we correct the ionic alteration through the help of magnets specially placed on the body through biomagnetic therapy, the problem will tend to disappear. The organism will return to the point of equilibrium and the body’s fantastic ability to regenerate will restore its own health.

5. Spagyric Medicine

Many alternative health practitioners turn to herbs, which can have powerful anti-pathogenic properties. However, there are some drawbacks of a purely herbal supplementation regimen for infectious diseases, primarily the fact that most herbal supplements may produce toxic side-effects, which may result in more harm than good. Spagyric medicines offer a purified, concentrated, and bioavailable manner of administering medicinal plants and herbs. These specialized European biological medicines allow for a dynamic healing formulation where all ingredients work synergistically to become much more than the sum of their parts.

Spagyric medicines regulate organs and systems, and improve detoxification function on a cellular and systemic level, improving the biological terrain of a patient in the most effective and gentle manner possible. This then allows other therapies such as Intravenous UVB or Ozone therapy to have a much greater impact on eliminating all pathogens from the body.

Identifying the right treatment for the patient

Having these tools at your disposal is the first step to effectively treating infectious diseases. But to truly achieve high levels of success, a certain level of personalization and specificity is needed. Understanding the limitations of generalized protocols and trial-and-error treatment programs, a number of physicians and integrative practitioners are turning to more sophisticated medical systems that accurately identify the most beneficial treatments for the particular patient, and run a mass compatibility analysis to produce highly specific and prioritized programs of treatment. One such medical system Bioresonance Analysis of Health (B.A.H.). This advanced diagnostic system uses a single drop of the patient’s blood to create highly-tailored and specific programs of treatment down to exact dosage, duration, and frequency.

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