*Results may vary from person to person.
Fight Cancer and More with Ozone Therapy
What is Ozone Therapy?
In terms of holistic and alternative medicine, it's difficult to find a modern day technique that is more exciting and that has more to offer than Ozone Therapy. At its core, Ozone Therapy is a natural medicine treatment that helps to support the body's natural healing process by increasing the amount of oxygen in the bloodstream. It does this through the strategic introduction of ozone at pivotal points during the therapy process.
The most important thing to understand about Ozone Treatment is that because of the many different therapeutic properties it contains, it is invaluable in treatment plans for almost every disease. These include but are not limited to ones like:
- Auto-immune diseases like rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, Multiple Sclerosis
- Chronic fatigue
- Chronic infections
- Metastasized Cancer
- Progressed AIDS and more
Ozone Therapy: What You Need to Know
Generally speaking, the most effective (and therefore the most common) way that Ozone Therapy is conducted is through a process called Major Autotherapy.
This process has a number of core steps:
6 to 12 ounces of a patient's blood is removed and safely
placed into a bottle, nearly identically to the process one
goes through when they donate blood.
During this process, heparin is administered to the patient.
This is a natural medication that helps to thin the blood.
Ozone gas is then injected directly into the bottle containing
the patient's blood, at which point it is gently shaken, turned
upside down and returned to the body.
From start to finish, this process takes between 30 and 40 minutes.
The treatment of nearly ALL diseases is significantly enhanced due to the presence of oxygen in the patient, as Ozone itself is a powerful holistic regulator of the immune system. In addition to the treatment benefits, the increased intake and utilization of oxygen also has additional benefits like improved circulation and its ability to act as an anti-inflammatory, as well.