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UVBI do it yourself

Discussion in 'Biohacking 101' started by Scott klein, Nov 28, 2022.

  1. Scott klein

    Scott klein New Member

    Ok now this might be out there but has anyone ever thought about buying their own UVBI device and doing at home treatments?? Prices are similar if you were to do it at a clinic, at least the actual device is idk about the tubing. But check it https://o3uv.com/collections/uv-machine/products/champion-fs this is the same device the clinic I may go to uses. Thoughts?
  2. Daulatwant

    Daulatwant Kipras

  3. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    I use this:

  4. Scott klein

    Scott klein New Member

    I actually have both sperti lights, from what I understand UVBI is a completely different treatment since it is literally taking blood out and irradiating it with full spectrum UV light over an hour long process. @John Schumacher do I have that right?
  5. Daulatwant

    Daulatwant Kipras

    Yeah I noticed he wrote UVBI and not UVB. But was not sure what it meant.
    Scott klein likes this.
  6. Ultra violet B irradiation treatment. Hidden on google in first search results. Remove blood, irradiate and return. I don't know how well this works, but when I'm in the sun, I try to expose inner arms with blood flow closer to surface to the most sun. Always during CT. I got the idea from that mito wrist device that had functionality issues.
  7. Scott klein

    Scott klein New Member

    I have seen some pretty good data on its effectiveness, Ik kruse is a fan.
  8. Scott klein

    Scott klein New Member

    For those interested, I ended up buying the machine from the manufacturer today spending 4500. This compares to $250 a treatment at your standard wellness clinic. For those with serious issues, the recommend # of treatments is 15-20, so you get lifetime use and dont have to drive to a clinic (which for me was 1.5 hrs away in the city). I may end up flipping the device after I am either satisfied or unsatisfied with results.

    I am trying to resolve autoimmune illnesses after years of an uncontrolled immune system.
  9. Daulatwant

    Daulatwant Kipras

  10. Can you do it all yourself? Don't need a nurse? Good luck. i hope it works great for you. eager to hear feedback.
  11. Scott klein

    Scott klein New Member

    Thankfully my step mom is a nurse This company is A1 they send you training and even get on a zoom calls with ya to show you procedure. Else I think it would be a little tricky training to pin a vein haha.

    Thanks praying it works as well, cause at this point I dont know what else I have up my sleeve
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  12. Daniel Renaud

    Daniel Renaud New Member

    I think you have to be careful with the lights. Use them at the right time of day at least or the right amount of time. Not something you can just turn on and blast yourself with willy nilly. I have a Sperti which I only use in the UV winter.

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