Ozone Therapy (MAH)
Healthy cells need optimal oxygen supply for energy production. The body repair process requires adequate energy. Unfortunately, due to toxin overload and lack of nutrition, cellular energy production is diminished. Through ozone administration into the body, the body may kick start energy production and enhance healing of many chronic disease.
History of Ozone
The modern development of ozone application in medicine began in the 1950s in Europe and gradually spread throughout Europe to Australia, Israel, Cuba, Brazil and Columbia. As far back as World War I, ozone was used medically to treat wounds and other infections. Over 5000 physicians worldwide routinely use ozone in their medical practice. Ozone therapy is dose-dependent, it should be administered with doctor’s supervision.
How Ozone works
Ozone is a gas that increases the amount of oxygen in the body to directly improve oxygen utilization by increasing the Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD/NADH) ratio.
Once in the body, ozone is converted into stable ozonides, or peroxide molecules. These molecules exert their amazing effects on cells and organs for weeks.
These ozonides increase the production of nitric oxide which is essential for a healthy circulatory system and sexual function. O3 clears blockages of blood vessels by oxidizing arterial plaque.
Benefits of Ozone
Increased energy, enhanced immune function, improved circulation and reduced pain.
Use of Ozone Therapy
For the treatment of vascular diseases such as stroke, obstructive arterial disease, venous insufficiency, acute and chronic viral diseases such as hepatitis B and C, herpes zoster, cold sores, ulcers, infected wounds, gangrene, burns, Inflammatory bowel diseases such as Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis, osteoarthritis, and spinal disc problems. It strengthens the immune system, helps liver detoxification, and delays aging processes. Complements treatment regimens of diabetes and cancer patients.
It is also used in dentistry as a disinfectant and in pediatrics for the treatment of viral and bacterial infections of the intestines. In geriatrics, its principal indication is in circulatory disorders when increase of oxygen supply to the brain is of great benefit.1
Ozone can be delivered into the body via various delivery methods and techniques. All these methods are best use under the guidance of a physician.
Oral and topical methods:
Ozonated water – heartburn, Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) or acid reflux, gastritis, infections, ulcers, GI conditions, wounds, nasal rinses, enemas
Saunas – toxin release, muscle relaxation, infections, cancer, arthritis, and pain management
Bagging and cupping – diabetic ulcers, wounds, infections, rashes, bites, and abscesses
Ozonated oil – used topically for burns, bites, wounds, infections, dermatitis and as a suppository for GI infections
Insufflation delivery methods:
Ear insufflation (EI) – ear infections, colds, flus, memory disorders, tinnitus, and brain cancer
Nasal insufflation – bacterial and fungal infections
Rectal insufflation (RI) – hemorrhoids, fissures, infections, prostate conditions, and digestive issues
Vaginal insufflation (VI) – yeast infections, human papillomavirus infections (HPV), bacterial vaginitis, urinary tract infections (UTI), and herpes
Bladder insufflation (BI) – interstitial cystitis, chronic bladder infections, UTI, and chronic prostatitis
Direct IV – infections of all kinds, Lyme disease, herpes, candida, Epstein-barr, hepatitis, dementia, and cancer
Major autohemotherapy (MAH) – cancer, autoimmune diseases herpes, Lyme disease, CFS, and hepatitis
Ultraviolet blood irradiation therapy (UVB) – anti-inflammatory, boosts immunity, infections, circulation
Intradermal injections – wrinkles and skin imperfections. Stimulates collagen production.
Prolozone – joint pain and inflammation, herniated discs, sports injuries, meniscal tears, and cancer
FAQ for Ozone Therapy (MAH)
www.ForeverHealth.com, February 15, 2016, Ozone, Medicine’s Best Kept Secret, Mark James Bartiss, MD
Healing Ozone, Alive Magazine #156, Oct 1995, Dr Phoebe Chow, ND, Vancouver, Canada
Viebahn, R. The Use of Ozone in Medicine. 2nd ed. Heidelberg: Karl F. Haug Publisher; 1994.
Bocci, VA. Scientific and medical aspects of ozone therapy. State of the art. Arch Med Res. 2006 May;37(4):425–35.
Rogers, G. Ozone and the Politics of Medicine: The True Story of a Medical Breakthrough [VHS]. Canada: Threshold Film;
Ozone Therapy (O3X) Basic Principles, Contraindications. In: Madrid Declaration on Ozone Therapy. 2nd ed. Madrid:
International Scientific Committee of Ozone Therapy; 2015: 15.