Saturday, October 20, 2012

More Truth In Medical Ozone Therapy-Epilogue

I am deeply touched at the outpouring of concern and interest in the last blog about my illness and my fight to resolve it. I want to update you all on what happened, and how I was brought back to good health. It was a scary experience for me, and one that I will not forget. As you may have read in this post here , I quite suddenly became dangerously ill, and it was discovered that I had a large abscess in my spleen. At that point, I was given the choice of surgical intervention to aspirate the bacteria causing it, or to  go on heavy antibiotics. Ozone Therapy was not an option as sepsis was already occurring and we had to move fast. While ozone therapy is the best form of therapy, as far as I am concerned, it would have been too slow, in this particular situation. Time was running out and my blood tests indicated a grave issue.

I was put on four grams of broad spectrum antibiotics, which is quite heavy when you consider a normal dose is 250-500 milligrams for infections. To say that I felt sick from all the antibiotics would be an understatement. I lost considerable weight and could not function or move without gasping for breath; this went on for about a month until my next ultrasound. When the test came in that my spleen had shrunk, we immediately started using RHP Ozone Therapy  and Major Autohemotherapy.

Most of you know what RHP is, but for those who do not, it is well explained on Major Autohemotherapy is a process where you extract about 200-250 mls. of blood into a bag and add medical ozone to it at a normal concentration. You then mix the two and return the blood to the patient. With me, however, we did it differently. We did take out about 200mls. of blood, but we mixed it with 250mls. of medical ozone at a concentration of 100 mg/l (which is pretty high), and we did it three times a day for two weeks. This would mean that I was absorbing 750mls of ozone at a concentration of 100 mg/l a day.

Even with such high doses, the change did not occur instantly, which is the point I want to make in this post. It took awhile for us to see the results of our efforts,  but, certainly and surely, in two weeks we saw the difference, both in me and my blood profile. Everything was coming back to normal, I looked like myself again, I felt wonderful, and my health was restored,. Of course this was by no means a scientific test, and it was not meant to be one, but I think it is important to report the facts of my recovery as I witnessed it.

One must be clear and understand the process involved with ozone therapy. Ozone is a gas that is absorbed by the haem of the blood (or red blood cell). It then creates a number of subspecies and chemical reactions in the body. More on this at for those of you that are interested in reading about it. These reactions, although intense, need time to change the parameters of the blood,  lymph fluids, and tissues, etc, which isn't always obvious immediately.

At times, people have argued with me about this; swearing that they have felt something. Ozone does enhance serotonin levels in the brain giving a feeling of euphoria, it eats fat and  sugar,  and also opens up blood vessels. As a result, the average person will feel some positive things in their body, however, these are transient. Actually changing the disease state takes time to occur. If you are not willing to be patient and allow ozone therapy to do its job do not choose it as a therapy. The time it takes is different for all of us and depends on the person, the disease and the progression of the disease; please be clear on this.  I can guarantee you, however, that if you give it time, and have a well-trained Ozone Therapist doing the job, you will be more than satisfied at the outcome.

I want to make the point again that Alternative Therapies and Ozone Therapy do not need to be the only choices in your health regimen. Integrating the two, so that they work together (as we did with my illness and recovery), should be considered.

Your goal is recovery, right? I encourage you to be wise and consider all your options, and use all the tools available to you to help yourself stay alive. Certainly if I, Professor Ozone, chose to forgo ozone therapy as a the sole solution for my emergency health challenge, you can also consider all your options for healing, and do what is right, for you, to get yourself back to good health.

I know that I am repeating myself, but I really want to get the point across that in some cases it can be dangerous, or life threatening, to not make use of allopathic options. There are many ways to conquer disease, and many modalities that can and should be used to do this. Please for the love of all of us listen to what I am saying and do what is necessary to cure yourself of the diseases inside you. Do not listen to either camp when they bash the other, find the guy that talks about both and is willing to use all known therapies to help you regain your health.

If you have any questions or comments, please speak up regarding this very important topic.

The next blog post will be back to normal. Be watching for it, as I have some interesting developments to talk about. Till then...


Anonymous said...

Thanks Peter,
I agree with you there ,100%. The best course of action is to weigh carefully what is the best therapy option, and not treat medical decision like it were a religion. Forget about preconceived ideas.
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Anonymous said...

Yes, like Anonymous ^ said do not treat medical decision like it were a religion.

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