The medical treatment known as Ozone Therapy has been around since the early 1950s. This therapy basically involves inserting more oxygen into the patient’s body by using a form of pure oxygen called ozone. Autohemotherapy is the scientific word to describe this process where the doctor draws blood from the patient and then pressurizes it with ozone (which is pure oxygen). After that, the pressurized blood is inserted back into the patient through an intravenous injection. This is known as a “pass.”
When ozone dosages are given to a patient, it generates an immune system response in them. If they’re suffering from infections, wounds, or chronic diseases, then their condition will be healed a lot faster through this therapy. Over the decades, Ozone therapy has continued to be administered to patients suffering from a variety of diseases and illnesses. The patients who saw positive results from this therapy had been suffering from serious medical conditions like cardiovascular disease, herpes, Lyme disease, macular degeneration, fibromyalgia, Crohn’s disease, and chemical sensitivity.
Dr. Johann Lahodny is a highly regarded doctor and medical researcher from Austria who expanded upon the Ozone Therapy by developing what is known as the 10 Pass Ozone Therapy.
This form of therapy goes a step further than just administering a single pass ozone treatment. Rather than drawing and pressurizing the blood one time, doctors administer the treatment as many as ten times during the same session. This means once the doctors put the pressurized blood back into the patient, they do the same thing over again for a total of 10 times. By doing this, patients no longer are subjected to multiple long sessions of getting ozone therapy. Instead, they get multiple high dosages of ozone in shorter amounts of time.
After Dr. Lahodny first experimented with 10 Pass Ozone Therapy on test patients, he saw their wounds healed faster and their pain got relieved more with ten passes instead of one. Most importantly, he saw the symptoms get reduced in those suffering from serious infections and chronic diseases. There was even evidence that stem cells were released from the therapy as well. Ever since then, more doctors throughout the world have been using 10 Pass Ozone Therapy on their patients too. It has totally revolutionized the way patients are treated for their serious chronic diseases and conditions.
The 10 Pass Ozone Therapy treatment has already shown to produce great results in patients suffering from chronic diseases like Lyme. One patient with Lyme even claimed that 80% of their pain had gone away in just 4 weeks after getting the therapy.
The 10 Pass Ozone Method has also cured many serious infections and health-related issues, such as influenza, MRSA Super Bug (bacteria), circulation problems, chemical toxicity and tick bite cellulitis. In fact, patients suffering from less serious health conditions like low energy, depression, erectile dysfunction, sleep deprivation and herpes have also seen these issues improve.
The entire 10 Pass Ozone Therapy process normally takes between 90 minutes and 2 hours. The doctor will draw up to 7 oz. of blood from the patient and place it inside of a vacuum bottle. This is where the blood gets pressurized with the concentrated ozone gas before it is injected back into the vein of the patient. After this is done 10 times, the patient will end up with 140,000 micrograms of ozone in their system. The therapy session will be finalized by giving the patient a cocktail of nutrients.
1) Ozone therapy introduces foreign Lyme antigens from the blood into foreign sites such as the muscle and the fat, activating different immune sites. The immune stimulation is aided by inflammation from the blood now outside of the blood vessel, fats in the blood, and of course by the ozone.
Further, ozone is a potent oxidizing agent that changes the structure of the Lyme antigens by adding an oxygen molecule to them. This modifies the foreign Lyme antigen again, allowing for a slightly different, possibly more effective immune system response.
2) Ozone therapy improves symptoms of chronic Lyme disease and circulation
The brain fog, fatigue, and joint pain of chronic Lyme disease often have a rapid response to ozone therapy. Lyme infections typically increase inflammation in the blood, increasing the thickness and viscosity of the blood. Furthermore, Lyme can form biofilm which makes circulation even worse. Ozone therapy creates peroxides, that when reinfused intravenously helps to break down biofilm. The mild stress on red blood cells helps them to increase their glutathione, and helps them to unload oxygen to the tissues.
3) Ozone causes inactivation of bacteria, viruses, fungi, yeast and protozoa. It achieves this action by disrupting the integrity of the bacterial cell envelope through oxidation of the phospholipids and lipoproteins. In fungi, O3 inhibits cell growth at certain stages. With viruses, the O3 damages the viral capsid and upsets the reproductive cycle by disrupting the virus-to-cell contact with peroxidation. The weak enzyme coatings on cells which make them vulnerable to invasion by viruses make them susceptible to oxidation and elimination from the body, which then replaces them with healthy cells.
4) Ozone therapy speeds up the ability of the immune system to catch up, improves symptoms and circulation, and protects the liver. The creation of peroxides from ozone therapy, on reinfusion intravenously, delivers a mild stress to the liver. The mild biochemical stress stimulates the liver to increase its glutathione, the main antioxidant it uses for detoxification.
5) Stimulation of oxygen metabolism: Ozone therapy causes an increase in the red blood cell glycolysis rate. This leads to the stimulation of 2,3-diphosphoglycerate which leads to an increase in the amount of oxygen released to the tissues. Ozone activates the Krebs cycle by enhancing oxidative carboxylation of pyruvate, stimulating production of ATP. It also causes a significant reduction in NADH and helps to oxidize cytochrome C. There is a stimulation of production of enzymes which act as free radical scavengers and cell-wall protectors: glutathione peroxidase, catalase and superoxide dismutase. Production of prostacyclin, a vasodilator, is also induced by O3