Ozone 10 Pass / High Dose

OZONE SUMMARY
1) What is ozone?

  • O3

Medical grade oxygen (O2) is run through the ozone generator which creates a spark
that breaks the O2 molecule and then these free O’s react with an intact O2 and
create O3.

2) Therapeutic Effects of Ozone:

  • Anti-Inflammatory
  • Oxidizes the compounds containing double bonds which participate in the development and the sustaining of the inflammatory process, regulates metabolic reactions and resolves pH
  • Ozone hemostatic effect
  • Depends on the dose! High concentrations for external use cause a hyper coagulation effect, while parenteral administration of low concentrations is characterized by the decrease in thrombolytic and coagulative values.
  • Analgesic effect
  • Oxidizes the products that act on the nerve endings in the damaged tissue and determine the intensity of pain response.
  • Detoxification effect
  • Correction and activation of metabolic processes in the hepatic and renal tissues.
  • Activation of oxygen-dependent processes
  • Increase in the content of free and dissolved blood oxygen plus mitochondrion activation resulting in ATP synthesis.
  • Optimization of Pro and Anti-oxidant
  • Influence on cellular membranes and bringing to balance the levels of lipid peroxidation products.
  • Ozone immune-modulating
  • Bactericidal, fungicidal and viricidal Therapeutic ozone indirectly activates the non-specific defense system as well as the components of cellular and humoral immunity.

3) Methods of ozone delivery:

  • IV
  • sinus infusion (syringe and tubing)
  • ear infusion (syringe and stethoscope)
  • vaginal insufflation
  • rectal insufflation
  • joint injections
  • limb bagging
  • ozone joint injections
  • creams and topical oils

4) Contraindications and Cautions:

  • All cases with blood coagulation failure
  • Bleeding organs
  • Thrombocytopenia
  • Ozone allergy
  • Hemorrhagic or apoplectic stroke
  • ozone intolerance
  • recent MI
  • alcohol intoxication
  • G6PD def
  • Pregnancy
    **Never inhale ozone as it is an irritant to the lungs

6) Conditions ozone may be used for:

  • Autoimmune – fibromyalgia, lupus, RA. Raynaud’s, scleroderma, MS, allergy, rash
  • Viral Infections – HIV, hepatits, influenza, HSV, EBV, Measles, viral pneumonia
  • Bacterial Infections – Wounds, pneumonia, peritonitis, recurrent skin infections, E-coli, necrotizing infections
  • Inflammatory conditions – arthritis, bursitis, iritis, cholecystitis, pancreatitis, uveitis, nephritis, fibrositis
  • Joint pain – knees, lower back, hip, shoulder, elbow
  • Circulatory issues – heart conditions, periph vasc disease, gangrene, vascular headaches, DVT, claudication, diabetic ulcers, thrombophlebitis, hypertension
  • skin disorders – psoriasis, non-healing wounds, severe acne, recurrent skin infections (furunculosis)
  • Respiratory conditions – COPD, asthma, emphysema, sinusitis, bronchitis, tuberculosis
  • Eye conditions – retinitis pigmentosa, primary glaucoma, optic nerve dysfunction, keratitis, macular degeneration
  • fungal/yeast infections
  • cirrhosis
  • tetanus
  • chronic fatigue

UBI THERAPY SUMMARY
1) What is UBI:
– Ultraviolet blood irradiation
2) Actions of UBI treatment:
– Germicidal
– Immune boosting
– Oxygenating
– Increased vasodilation and microcirculation
– Increased peripheral circulation
– Increased red blood cell production
– Decreased platelets
– Immune modulating – in autoimmune conditions – the t cells and other immune cells absorb much greater numbers of biophotons than ordinary body cells and this destroys them, thus slowing down or stopping the disease
3) Contraindications
– All cases of blood coagulation failure
– Thrombocytopenia
– Photosensitivity
– Sulfa drugs
4) Categories of conditions UBI may be effectively used for
Autoimmune diseases
– Fibromyalgia
– Lupus
– Rheumatoid Arthritis
– Psoriasis
– Raynaud’s
– Scleroderma
– MS
Bacterial infections
– Pneumonia
– Wound infections
– Septicemia
– Lymphatic infections
– Peritonitis
– Severe acne
– Recurrent skin infections
– E-coli
– Necrotizing infections
Cancer
– Lymphoma
Circulation Conditions
– Varicose Veins
– Peripheral Vascular Disease
– Gangrene
– Vascular Headaches
– Deep Vein Thrombosis
– Claudication
– Diabetic ulcers
– Thrombophlebitis
Respiratory diseases
– COPD
– Asthma
– Emphysema
– Sinusitis
– Bronchitis
– TB
Inflammatory Conditions
– Arthritis
– Fibrositis
– Bursitis
– Nephritis
– Iritis
– Uveitis
– Cholecystitis
– Pancreatitis
Viral Infections
– HIV
– Hepatitis
– Influenza
– HSV
– EBV
– MMR
– Polio
– Viral pneumonia
Other conditions
– chronic fatigue
– non-healing wounds
– fungal/yeast infections
– decreases edema
– cirrhosis
– tetanus

– Allergies
– Neuropathy
– Chemical Sensativity
– Seizures