OZONE TREATMENTNormobaric Autohemotherapy
Depending on the quantity of blood involved, the technique is described as either minor or major autohemotherapy.
Minor autohemotherapy involves the removal of a small amount of blood, such as 3-10 millilitres, from an individual’s vein using a hypodermic needle, which is a hollow needle usually used with a syringe. The blood may then be mixed with ozone, oxygen, or a natural remedy, such as an herbal or a homoeopathic remedy. The mixture is then injected back into the individual into a muscle or into the skin. A typical course of therapy may involve 8-12 injections over a period of 4-6 weeks.
In Major autohemotherapy, a larger quantity of blood, such as 50-250 millilitres, is removed and reintroduced via a vein over a time period of up to 30 minutes, using a standard drip infusion rate, or a steady rate. This treatment may be repeated several times per week for a number of weeks.
Ozone is sometimes mixed with the blood, as some practitioners believe that it has healing effects such as improving oxygen metabolism, modulating biological stress, regulating the immune system, and serving as a broad-spectrum germicide.
The use of herbal and homoeopathic remedies in autohemotherapy is less common. An example of a herbal mixture that is used is echinacea, which is sometimes incorporated into the blood mixture to stimulate immune function. An example of a homoeopathic remedy that is used is taking a small amount of the patient’s blood and diluting it in an alcohol or water solution before returning it to the patient.”
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