UV light

UV light EN 600 NT

The UV light EN 600 NT is a device that applies 3 treatments. The UVE, UVB and HOT therapies offered are based on photobiological autologous blood therapy.
In this technique, blood is drawn from the body. The blood receives a controlled dose of ultraviolet (UV) radiation. This dose increases blood oxygenation and reduces the production of free radicals.
Then, when the blood is reinserted into the patient after receiving UV radiation, the presence of oxygen is greater, which improves circulation, tissue metabolism and the immune response. The number of defense cells is immediately increased to fight infections and detect malignant changes.

The 3 treatments offered by UV light EN 600 NT are the following:
• UVE: activated UV light autohemotherapy (EID). UV-C radiation is used and can be combined with ozone.
• UVB: is the irradiation of the blood with UV light. It is the ideal method to improve circulation and reduce inflammation
• HOT: hematogenous oxidation therapy combines UV radiation with foaming of the blood with oxygen.


Better cardiovascular health

The increased concentration of oxygen in the blood will improve circulation and reduce the possibility of blood clots.

Blocking free radicals

The free radicals that damage body tissues come from oxygen molecules. By stimulating these oxygen molecules with UV radiation, many are prevented from transforming into harmful atoms.

Increased immunity

Autohemotherapy is also known as an autovaccine. The reinserted blood treated with UV light stimulates the formation of more white blood cells that are ready to fight infection and eliminate cells with malignant changes.


IV drips can last anywhere from 15 minutes to 90 minutes.

IV therapy deliver vitamins directly into the bloodstream. Receiving vitamins through infusions allows the nutrients to bypass the digestive system directly into the bloodstream for a quicker vitality.

Some insurance may cover, depending on your medical needs. Consult with your insurance company to know if your insurance covers the specific IV therapy you want to have.