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Ozone/UBI Therapy

What is Ozone?

When you hear the word “ozone,” you may immediately think of the ozone layer in our atmosphere that protects us from the ultraviolet radiation from the sun. The sun’s ultraviolet rays are what create ozone (O3).

Ozone (O3), is an energized form of oxygen which contains three atoms of oxygen rather than the two we normally breathe. Ozone is the second most powerful sterilizer in the world and can be used to destroy bacteria, viruses, and odors. Interestingly, ozone occurs quite readily in nature, most often as a result of lightning strikes that occur during thunderstorms. In fact, the “fresh, clean, spring rain” smell that we notice after a storm most often results from the creation of ozone. 

Ozone is safe when used under the right circumstances. However, if the proper safety measures are not in place, then high concentrations of ozone in the air can cause health problems. The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), has stipulated that the allowable safe level of residual ozone is 0.1 ppm. Note that this permissible exposure limit (PEL) is for continuous exposure throughout an entire eight-hour day.  The therapy that we provide is under a controlled environment with exact dosages far below the level of concern as well as this therapy is not inhaled into the lungs making it much safer.  

A systemic medical treatment using ozone is autohemotherapy.  Simply put, Autohemotherapy is the process of taking a person’s blood, cleaning it, and re-introducing it back into the same person’s body.  Major Autohemotherapy (MAH) — For best results, once or twice a week, a syringe of blood is extracted, mixed with ozone and re-injected intravenously over a period of 30-45 minutes. This version of treatment has been known to be effective against conditions such as macular degeneration, rheumatoid arthritis, gout, and tumors.


What is UBI?

Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation (UBI) was actually discovered in America in the 1940’s but was put off with the discovery of penicillin. UBI therapy has continued to be used for decades in many countries across the world. Although fairly unknown in the United States, it is making a comeback and is a desired treatment. Light Therapy is being revived in our day of supergerms, burgeoning medical costs, ineffective drugs and a myriad of medical prescription side effects. 

Immune system activation seems to be acquired as the UV light simultaneously destroys pathogens as well as white blood cells. It may sound weird to be killing off something good like WBC’s, but when this happens the body works very hard to replace them, rapidly—generating a new immune response. 


The combination of ozone and light rays increase the biological activity of the blood cells, thereby increasing immune modulating effects, as well as attaching a tool for eradicating bacteria, fungus, virus, and cancer as none of these dwell under moderate to intense UV conditions. 


These therapies are performed together at the same time as one complete treatment 

Who can benefit from these therapies?  

This therapy can be a "game-changer" for patients with: 

• Lyme Disease

• Chronic Fatigue

• All acute and chronic viral episodes from EBV, Herpes to Shingles to the flu and common cold 

• Autoimmune Disease

• Osteo and Rheumatoid Arthritis

• Fibromyalgia

• Chemical Sensitivities, Mold and Biotoxin illness

• Chronic Allergies

• Bacterial infections such as staph, strep, E.coli and MRSA

• Heart and Vascular Disease

• Peripheral Artery Disease

• Dementia and Cerebral Vascular Disease

• Post Stroke

• Diabetic Circulatory Disease

• Cancer (Complementary concept in oncology)

• Asthma and COPD

• Hepatitis B and C

• Herpes simplex and herpes zoster (shingles)

• Eye Diseases especially retinopathies

• Infections (viral, bacterial, fungal)

• Low Immunity

• Acute hearing loss (vascular only)

• Tinnitus (vascular only)

• GI challenges such as pancreatitis, ulcerative colitis, diverticulitis, IBS, and leaky gut 

• MS 

• Infertility in men and women 

For more information and to see if this therapy is a good fit for you, please call the office at 860-454-7029.

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