Administration of systemic ozone is an easy process.
The oxygen you breathe is present in the air as a pair of oxygen atoms. This is the most stable form of oxygen, and it’s colorless. Ozone is a blue colored form of oxygen (it’s what makes the sky blue), but unlike regular oxygen, it is composed of three oxygen atoms instead of two. The addition of the third oxygen atom makes ozone a “supercharged” oxygen, and gives it all of its remarkable medical properties.
The use of ozone to treat various medical conditions was first developed in Germany in the early 1950’s. Today, medical ozone therapy is commonly used throughout Europe, and its use has gradually been spreading in America over the last 25 years.
It used to treat a variety of chronic disease including (but not limited to) cardiovascular disease, diabetes, Lyme disease, chronic hepatitis, herpes, chronic fatigue states, chemical sensitivity, macular degeneration, chronic bladder conditions, colitis, auto-immune diseases, latent infections and Crohn’s disease.
If you are curious if you might benefit from MAH therapy, please call and make an appointment with your practitioner for a consultation.
An easy process
Administration of systemic ozone is an easy process. First, 250 ml of blood is drawn from the body. The blood is then infused with ozone and will turn a vibrant red color as the blood oxygenates. Then, your oxygenated blood is returned to your body. It’s that simple.
It is important to realize that ozone therapy is not a panacea or some kind of magic bullet. Although it is often an indispensable modality, it is only rarely effective by itself. In the majority of cases it must be combined with an individualized program of other alternative and natural therapies, such as nutrition and detoxification. However, it partners well with frequent EWOT and sauna use. Please note that several MAH treatments may be required to achieve the desired effects and goals.
Ozone can also be injected directly into damaged and painful joints, offering the healing power of ozone to a specific area. The procedure is potentially uncomfortable but rarely painful.
What is the fastest way to tell if you need Ozone therapy? It’s easy – can you hold your breath for 2 minutes? Most of us cannot. If you are not able to hold your breath then it means your body is in a chronically oxygen deprived state.
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