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Intravenous laser irradiation of blood (vlok)

Intravenous laser irradiation of blood (ILIB) is one of the most well-known methods of light therapy, based on the impact energy of a light quantum blood directly into the bloodstream. Vlok has a powerful cleansing and stimulating effect, it allows the complex to boost immunity and rehabilitation abilities of the body. The laser is highly efficient; healing effect of the course vlok continues up to six months!

Indications for use

  • the virus (human papillomavirus, herpes virus)$
  • menstrual cycle;
  • infertility;
  • preparing for pregnancy;
  • gynecological diseases;
  • atherosclerosis;
  • chronic lung disease: asthma; bronchitis; tracheitis;
  • diseases of the digestive system;
  • diseases of the joints;
  • diseases of the urinary system: chronic pyelonephritis; cystitis; urethritis;
  • chronic inflammatory diseases of ENT organs: sinusitis; rhinitis; sinusitis;
  • inflammatory diseases and infections of urinogenital system;
  • skin diseases: herpes, psoriasis, seborrhea; eczema and dermatitis of different etiology;
  • prevention of infectious diseases (including viral infections);
  • the preoperative and postoperative period;
  • to enhance the processes of recovery after diseases;
  • the removal of stress (psychological, physical);
  • to prolong the period of remission of chronic diseases;
  • for rejuvenation, prevention;
  • the decline in General health (chronic fatigue);
  • for the purpose of rational antibiotic therapy.


  • diseases of the blood and cardiovascular system;
  • severe hypotension;
  • a severe form of thyrotoxicosis;
  • diabetes mellitus in decompensation;
  • acute fevers of uncertain causes;
  • renal and liver failure;
  • malignant neoplasms;
  • active tuberculosis, actinomycosis, anthrax, syphilis;
  • increased sensitivity to sunlight;
  • the significant depletion;
  • mental illness and intoxication (alcohol, narcotic and other types);
  • early childhood;
  • pregnancy.
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