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So you’re thinking about trying ozone therapy! It is important to know what you are

getting yourself into. Ozone is not a silver bullet. Ozone is part of a whole lifestyle

change. If you don’t think that you can commit yourself to change, then don’t. Change requires time, effort and patience. It is not something that will come and go in a matter of months. The basic premise is that you are cleaning out the toxic wastes that your body has been storing which are providing an environment that encourages growth of pathogens and suppresses the immune system. It will take time and effort to clean up the situation.

What are you trying to accomplish in doing ozone therapy? Take a moment and analyze your life. What types of food do you eat? Do you smoke and drink? Are you taking any drugs, either prescription or non-prescription? Have you had chemotherapy or radiation or metal poisoning in your lifetime? These are all factors to be considered.

The body is 2/3 water. How dirty this water is depends on how you have run your life. The more junk food you’ve eaten; the more you’ve smoked and drank; the more drugs you’ve put into your body; the more toxic you are. The more toxic you are, the longer it will take ozone to do its job. You are going to have to make some lifestyle changes. The healthier you eat, the better off you are going to be. You should consider eliminating meat from your diet (Added Comment by editor: Beef and Chicken are healthy for humans when they are grass fed only and free range, respectively. It is when, in the specific case of beef cattle, they are kept in a feedlot for 6 weeks being off their pasture grass and consuming grains and other “fatteners” that the flesh becomes toxic to humans. The beef flesh will actually change chemically to one that is a danger to the cardiovascular system. On the other hand, pasture fed beef will actually improve the cardiovascular system. Numerous sources are available for those wishing to verify this information or learn more about it.), and switch to vegetarianism, gradually. Care must be taken to ensure a balanced diet. There are many good books on the subject at this site’s book store. Remember that the blood pH should be maintained at about 7.3 – 7.4.

Juicing is a great way to get nutrients. Try to get a juicer which uses the pulp as well,

because half of the nutrients are in the pulp. Try and buy local organic produce when possible, to avoid the pesticides used on imported produce. Make sure you wash all fruits and vegetables prior to eating/juicing them. A 3% solution of food grade hydrogen peroxide and pure water is great for this purpose. 

If you smoke and drink, you should stop. If you are a non-prescription drug user, you should stop. You should examine which prescribed drugs you are on as well. If you are taking AZT or DDI, this will not be compatible with ozone therapy, because the ozone will attack the drug and be used up before it can do the work on stored toxins. Antibiotics are also bad for your system. Over a period of time, they depress the immune system and destroy beneficial bacteria. You will find the ozone itself will act as an antibiotic while enhancing your immune system.

You must also stop burning the candle at both ends. The body needs its proper rest

periods. If you’re not prepared to institute these changes, then don’t attempt ozone.

What water do you drink and bathe in? Both should be as pure as possible. Do not drink tap water. Either buy bottled water cleaned with ozone, or purchase a reverse osmosis unit. You should attach a good filter to your shower head to eliminate chlorine from you shower/bathing water. Seeing that the skin breathes, it is not a good idea to be ingesting the chlorine that is used to sterilize the public water supplies. You may want to try 35% food grade peroxide as an inexpensive start to oxygenating your system. You can take it internally (for dosage schedule, refer to Ed Mc Cabe’s book “Oxygen Therapies”), but it is best to bathe in it (8 oz. in a tub of warm unchlorinated water, soak 30 minutes).

The more serious the disease, the more aggressive you have to be with the ozone

therapy. There are many accepted ways to introduce ozone into the body. Some of these include:

 drinking ozonated water; ozone body bagging; rectal insufflations; vaginal

insufflation; and direct IV injection into a vein.

As said before, ozone is not a silver bullet. It takes a lot of work and dedication. You

must also be prepared to perform some sort of colonic (enema) process to clean your colon. As the body detoxifies, you must ensure that your colon is kept clean so that the toxins are eliminated and not reabsorbed. If you are considering rectal insufflations, you must clean yourself out (using an colonic/enema) prior to using the ozone, each and every time. For some, this is not a pleasant thought, but it is a necessity in rectal insufflation.

Do not expect to feel good for a while. As ozone starts to do its job, you may experience one or more of the following: unusual fatigue; fever; night sweats; diarrhea; nausea (Editor’s note: These “warnings” are related to forms of ozone therapy other than through the steam sauna, which you have read about elsewhere in this book. The sauna leaves you refreshed and calm. See other listings in this book concerning this.). Ozone will generally force toxins out of the body the way they were put in. The more toxic your body is, the stronger these reactions will be. This initial detoxification process could last from several weeks to several months. Do not despair, you will eventually feel better.

You can expect to see results, but only if you’re committed to the program.

It will not be easy, but you will see results. After the initial detoxification, you wll have to go on a maintenance program. This will also be dependent on the individual person.

Ozone may always be a part of your new healthy lifestyle, protecting you from toxic

buildup and resultant disease in the future.

PROTOCOLS OF OZONE ADMINISTRATION AND OZONE EQUIPMENT

There are twenty-two methods of administering medical ozone. They are:

1. autohemotherapy 2. intravenous injection 3. intraarterial injection 4. direct injection

into a tumor 5. intracutaneous (blistering) 6. intramuscular 7. subcutaneous 8. uterine

insufflation 9. bladder insufflation 10. sub-atmospheric bagging 11. dental use of

ozonated water 12. rectal insufflation 13. vaginal insufflation 14. drinking water 15. In the ear 16. ozonated water enema 17. breathing through olive oil 18. deep lymphatic massage with ozonated olive oil 19. ozonated bath with sea salt 20. body suit 21. Steam cabinet 22. external limb bagging

OZONE HAS BEEN USED TO TREAT

Acariasis Cryptospiridiosis, Ischemic optic neuropathy, Proctitis Acne Cystitis Krohn’s disease, Prostate enlargement, Acrodermatitis Cytomegalovirus, Kyanasur Forest

disease, Prurigo, Acute otitis media, Cutaneous larva migrans, Landry syndrome,

Psoriasis, Acute vestibulopathy, Dengue fever, Lassa fever, Pulmonary toxiplasis,

Addisons disease, Dermatitis, Leishmaniasis, Pyoderma, Adenocarcinoma, Diabetes,

Leptospirosis, Rabies, Adenovirus, Diverticulitis, Leukemia, Radiculoneuritis,

Adrenalitis, Echovirus, Leukoencephalopathy, Relapsing fever, AIDS, Eczema,

Leukopenia, Reynold’s syndrome, Alopecia Ehrlichiosis, Listeriosis, Reynaud’s disease,

ALS (Lou Gehrig disease), Encephalitis, Lupus erythematosus, Rheumatoid arthritis,

Alzheimer’s disease, Encephalomyelitis, Lyme disease, Rhinitis, Amebiasis,

Endocarditis, Lymphocytic choriomeningitis, Rift Valley fever, Amenorrhea,

Endometritis, Lymphogranuloma, Rubella, Amyloidosis, Endophthalmitis, Lymphoid

pneumonia, Rubella, Amyloidosis, Endophthalmitis, Lymphoid pneumonia, Salmonella,

Anal fissures Enteric fever, Lymphoma, Salpingitis, Anemia, Enteritis necroticans,

Malaria Scabies, Angina, Environmental hypersensitivity, Mastoiditis, Scleroderma,

Angiodema, Epidermoid carcinoma, Measles, Senile demetia, Ankylosing spondylitis,

Epidermolitic keratosis, Melanoma, Senile macular degeneration, Anthrax, Epididymitis,

Melioidosis, Sennutsu fever, Apthous stomatitis, Epidermophytosis, Meniere disease,

Septicemia, Arterial occlusion, Epstein-Barr virus, Migraine, Shingles, Arteriosclerosis,

Erysipelas, Molluscum ecthyma, Shock, Arthritis, Erythema migrans, Mononucleosis,

Sickle cell anemia, Arthrosis, Flavivirus, Morbilloform, Sinusitis, Asthma, Folliculitis,

Mumps, Skin burns, Athlete’s foot, Food poisoning, Multiple sclerosis, Spinalioma,

Babesiosis, Fulminant varicella, Myalgia, Staphyloococcus, Bacterial pneumonia,

Furuncle, Myasthenia gravis, Stomatitis, Bartonellosis, Gangrene, Mycobacterium

avium complex, Stiatonigral degeneration, Basalinoma, Genital warts, Myocarditis,

Stroke, Bell palsy, Giardiasis, Mycosis, Syphilis, Bornholm myalgia, Glaucoma,

Myelitis, Tardive dyskinesia, Botulism, Glioma, Myonecrosis, T.cruzi, Bronchitis,

Glomerular membrane disease, Myositis, Tendinitis, Bronchopulmonary aspergillus,

Glomerulonephritis, Neurodermatitis, Tetanus, Broncospasm, Goodpasture syndrome,

Neutropenia colitis, Tinea versicolor, Brucellosis, Gout Ocular trachoma, Tinnitus,

Bullous pemphigus, Graves disease, Optic nerve dysfunction, Thoracic zygomycosis,

Burkit lymphoma, Guillan-Barre syndrome, Optic neuritis, Thrombopenic purpura,

Cancer of all types, Hairy leukoplakia, Oral erythema, Thrombophlebitis, Candidiasis,

Heart arrhythmia, Orbital cellulitis, Thyroiditis, Carbuncles, Heart disease, Orchitis,

Togavirus, Cavernous sinus thrombosis, Hematoma, Osteomyelitis, Tourette syndrome, Cellulitis, Hemorrhage, Osteoporosis, Toxic amblyopia, Cerebral atrophy, Hemorrhagic

fever, Osteosarcoma, Toxoplasmosis, Cerebro vascular accident,

Hemorrhoids,Otosclerosis, Traveller’s diarrhea, Chagas disease, Hemolytic anemia,

Pancreatitis, Trench fever, Chicken pox, Hepatitis, Panniculitis, Trypanosomiasis,

Chlamydia, Herpes of all types, Papillitis, Tuberculosis, Cholecystitis, Histoplasmosis,

Parainfluenza, Tularemia, Chronic pain, HIV, HTLV, Parkinson’s disease, Ulcers,

Chronic pulmonary disease, Hypercholesterolemia, Pediculosis Urethritis, Cirrhosis of the liver, Hypotension, Pelvic inflammatory disese, Urticaria, Coccidiomycosis,

Hypersensitivity, Pemphigoid, Uterine spasm, Colitis, Hyperthyroidism, Pernicious

anemia, Uveitis, Colorado tick fever, Huntingdon chorea, Poliomyelitis, Varicose veins, Conjunctivitis, Ichthyosis, Polyateritis, Varicella pneumonia, Contact dermatitis, Ileitis Polyoma virus, Vascular retinopathy, Coronavirus, Impetigo, Poor circulation, Vasculitis,

Cryoglobulinemia, Influenza, Postpartum fever, Warts, Cryptococcosis, Intravascular

coagulation, Pneumocytosis, Wegener granulomatosis, Pneumonia.