Ozone therapy is a unique form of therapy that both heals and detoxifies at the same time. There are up to many ozone therapies but the most common are;
- Extracorporeal Recirculatory autohemo perfusion . Blood out of one arm, ozonated, sterilized and filtered outside the body, and pumped continuously back into the other arm. The best.
- IV slow injections of the O3 gas - no air, just pure medical grade oxygen turned into medical grade ozone – into prone patients. 27 mcg/ml3 concentration. Air bubbles? No nitrogen, no nitrogen (air) embolisms.
Autohemotherapy - withdrawing 600 ml of blood and re-infusiing it into the body after putting ozone into it.
- Ozone bagging - every body part except the head in a bag full of O3 for up to two hours.
- Ozone rectal insufflation - average 1 1/2 liters of 27mcg/ml O3 gas into colon.
- Ozone vaginal insufflation - average 5 minutes of insufflating body cavity.
- Ozone ear insufflation - average 5 minutes of letting O3 fall into ear cavities.
- Ozone air purification - low levels of ozone sterilize and rejuvenate the room air. O3 in LOW doses cleans the lungs and blood.
- Ozone charged drinking water – Bubble medical grade ozone into water and drank immediately while the O3 is still in the glass.
Many people, including a number of doctors and biochemists, believe ozone has remarkable healing properties. Others have argued that it is nonscientific and has no proven benefits. For many years ozone's medical value or non-value has been the subject of controversial and emotional debate.
The advent of precise medical ozone generators has only recently allowed the mechanisms, action and possible toxicity of ozone to be evaluated by clinical trials. Ozone has a capacity to oxidize organic compounds. In medical use the gas — produced from medical grade oxygen — is administered in precise therapeutic doses, and never via inhalation, and advocates claim and studies show it has health benefits.