Methylene Blue (MB) has a long history of use. One of its first applications in the medical field was as a medical strain, but it quickly expanded to be used in regenerative treatments, most notably for its effect on mitochondria and the electron transport chain.
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What is Methylene Blue IV Therapy
Methylene Blue is a photosensitizing compound that absorbs specific frequencies of light (primarily red) and releases singlet oxygen atoms that readily engage surrounding tissues.
- Will kill pathogenic microbes.
- Kills malignant cells.
- Will donate electrons to mitochondrial ETC increasing ATP production and tissue repair.
Methylene Blue is a very powerful redox molecule that is very effective against many different viruses. It is attracted to cells that are infected. We don’t know exactly why it hones to infected cells.
It also homes to malignant cells. Again, we don’t exactly know why. Once there, the Methylene Blue gets absorbed into the malignant cell and releases a cloud of electrons. This puts the malignant cell under so much oxidative stress that it essentially kills it.
Methylene Blue Increases ATP Production
Methylene Blue provides an independent source of electrons delivered directly to empower mitochondrial Cytochrome IV… bypassing damaged segments of ETC and increasing ATP production.
M-Blue mysteriously homes and concentrates in damaged tissues, certain malignant cells and neural cells which have the highest metabolic demand and density of mitochondria amongst all tissues.
Methylene Blue + Photodynamic Therapy
Once you have given someone Methylene Blue via an IV, you can then irradiate their blood with a particular wavelength of red light. This super stimulates the Methylene Blue causing it to release even more electrons. Often times you will see our patients wearing a wrist light while they are receiving the Methylene Blue.
We have various other lasers that also stimulate the Methylene Blue. We are able to stimulate the Methylene Blue wherever on the body we need to.
Photodynamic Therapy – The Basics
For reasons that remain obscure, certain Photosensitizing compounds possess a powerful affinity for unhealthy cells, pathogenic microbes or specific components therein, especially but not limited to malignancy. For example: Methylene Blue is powerfully attracted to Malaria, and is considered by many to be the perfect therapy to completely rid the patient from the infection.
Once administered to the body (IV) and given sufficient time to saturate the targeted cells (incubation time) the targeted malignant/pathogenic cells will retain the Photosensitizing compound, while healthy cells are able to clear themselves of the Photosensitizing compound during the “incubation” time.
The Photosensitizing compound must also contain the needed molecular components that when stimulated by a specific wavelength of light, are able to release the needed ROS, that will kill the malignant or pathogenic cells.
Examples of Methylene Blue used as the photosensitizing agent of PDT
- Methylene Blue inactivates Zika virus and Sindbis virus
- Methylene Blue + light inactivates West Nile virus
- Methylene Blue + light reduces Ebola virus infectivity
- Methylene Blue + light reduces Middle East respiratory syndrome virus infectivity
- Methylene Blue + light reduces HIV-1 “to nondetectable levels”
- Methylene Blue + light reduces Bovine Diarrhea virus “to nondetectable levels”
- Methylene Blue + light reduces Pseudorabies virus “to nondetectable levels”
- Methylene Blue + light reduces Hepatitis A virus
- Methylene Blue + light reduces Porcine Parvovirus
- Methylene Blue + light inactivates Enterovirus
- Methylene Blue + light inactivates Flavivirus
- Methylene Blue + light inactivates Herpes virus
- Methylene Blue + light reduces Dengue virus
Methylene Blue Versus CV19, Long COVID, Epstein Barr and Lyme Disease
Methylene Blue works wonders on CV19, Long COVID, Epstein Barr and Lyme disease patients. These diseases damage the mitochondria causing their Electron Transport Chain to stop working properly. Your mitochondria are no longer able to make ATP which is the primary energy source for important biological functions.
Stopping the production of ATP causes the cell to essentially become senescent. It’s trying to live, it’s trying to die, it doesn’t know what to do, it doesn’t have the energy to do anything, so it just hangs around. Now imagine this happening to all 50 trillion or so cells in your body… Fatigue unlike anything you have ever experienced.
The Spike Protein
The spike protein penetrates into the mitochondria and the spike protein actually is what damages the electronic transport chain. The spike protein acts as a prion, a prion will attach itself to a protein, another protein.
Proteins are massive molecules. They work depending on their three dimensional configuration. If a protein changes its configuration, it stops being able to function.
The spike protein attaches to the heme molecule in hemoglobin. It also attaches to the cytochrome Cs, all the cytochrome molecules in the electron transport chain, which are all heme molecules as well and disrupts them. Now the electrons aren’t moving through the chain the way they’re supposed to because they’ve changed their configuration because of the spike protein.
Methylene Blue Donates Electrons Directly into ATP Synthase
When Methylene Blue is put into the body and enters the cell, it bypasses the part of the Electron Transport Chain that has been damaged and donates electrons directly into ATP synthase at the end of Electron Transport Chain.
Now the mitochondria can make ATP with a source of electrons that has not been cut off and the cell can now repair itself. This is what we believe is happening inside the body and the clinical results we are achieving with our patients reinforces this.
The point is that with Methylene Blue your body can repair itself, using the ATP produced by your own mitochondria, giving your own cells the energy they need to repair themselves.
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