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haemodialysis

haemodialysis has become increasingly spread in recent years. This is primarily due to improvement in equipment, which makes it harmless to the patient, and secondly, because it has been learnt that many diseases can be improved, or even healed, after treatment with ozone.

Ozone is a highly odourous gas extracted from pure medicinal oxygen. Unlike the oxygen present in the atmosphere (molecules of 2 atoms of oxygen), ozone is composed of three atoms of oxygen, reacts very quickly, and is transformed in a relatively short time into normal oxygen.

The action of ozone on the human body is multiple in nature and it is thus applicable in various forms. In fact, as well as direct injection into arteries and musculature, it is used for cleaning the blood on a small or large scale, for oxygenating certain parts of the body, or for oxygenating certain empty or cavitous parts of the body (insufflation). For this, pure ozone is never used; always a mixture of ozone and oxygen.

When the ozone enters the blood (either by injection or blood cleaning), there is a series of sudden reactions inside the body. The ozone is able to open certain joints (conjunctions) in the wall of red blood cells, thanks to its powerful and quick reaction. As a result, red blood cells have greater fluidity, a feature that is significantly beneficial to those suffering from blood circulation disorders. These disorders are usually due to veins being partially or totally blocked. Movement of the blood in these cases is greatly slowed down or stopped. This results in poor oxygenation of tissues and can lead to various diseases (pain when walking, smoker’s leg, ulcers, etc.). However, if red blood cells are given haemodialysis, they will have greater agility during transport, fitting through narrow veins and reaching parts of the body not previously possible, providing oxygen to damaged areas and allowing healing to begin.

Red blood cells that have been in contact with ozone have greater oxygen receptivity, allowing better circulation, and increased supply of oxygen to tissues. In addition, there is dilution of massive deposits of red blood cells that have formed in the already narrow arteries, impeding the already slowed blood flow. Such blood cells stick together and form deposits that obstruct the blood vessels, preventing the transport of oxygen and therefore damaging tissues. During contact with ozone, red blood cells form two opposing poles that dissolve these deposits.

Injection into the artery

Injection of ozone into the arteries is carried out particularly in the case of impaired circulation in the legs. These dysfunctions can be caused by excessive smoking, or by diabetes (smoker’s leg), and manifest in most cases in the form of pain while walking. At an advanced stage of the disease, in many cases, it leads to amputation. Sometimes the amputation goes all the way up to the femur. In such situations, ozone therapy is almost always the final form of care that can lead to positive results.

Large-scale blood cleaning

This is done by cleaning a blood extraction of between 50 and 100 cc (sometimes even up to 200 cc), taken from a vein in the arm, and mixed with ozone and possibly with other medicinal products and, when thus enhanced, re-injected into the vein. This method is applied in various fields, e.g. in cases of chronic liver disease, heart failure, post-treatment following heart attacks, kidney disease, all types of circulatory insufficiency, against metabolic diseases and in many other situations.

Small-scale blood cleaning

This method takes a smaller amount of blood from the vein which is then mixed with ozone and injected intramuscularly in the buttocks. This application is used mainly to reactivate the immune system.

Ozone injection in the musculature

The injection is usually given intramuscularly in the buttocks after surgical operations for cancer, or in cases of permanent pain, or in conjunction with other therapies.

Insufflation in the intestine

With direct introduction of the ozone into the large intestine, excellent results can be obtained for diseases in this part of the body, especially if there is inflammation of the intestinal mucus or ulcers.

Gasification of large areas of skin

The surface of the skin to be treated should be surrounded by an airtight bag (from which all the air inside is extracted), which must then be filled with an ozone/oxygen mixture. This treatment achieves very positive results for skin infections, fungal skin, non-healing sores, ulcers and eczema.

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In addition to these treatments, there are subcutaneous and intravenous injections, as well as administration of ozonated water or olive oil enriched with ozone. The various ozone treatments are, in most cases, repeated several times. Your therapist will determine, after an accurate diagnosis, the proper use of ozone and any subsequent therapies. Ozone is able to offer a form of therapy that is qualitatively very good and with virtually no side effects.

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