Candy Apple Red Blood: Ozonation & UV Blood Irradiation
Candy Apple Red Blood
In maintaining my health, I have learned and experimented many different avenues. This time I will share my experience with ozonating or ozone blood treatment or cleansing; yet, another new technique for me and thinking/stepping outside the box. And outside my comfort zone.
It is defined in Wikipedia as “Ozone therapy”- “the introduction of ozone into the body via various methods, usually involving mixing of the ozone with various gases and liquids and injecting this into the body.” Injections can be given under the skin, in a muscle or through an opening. Ozone can be introduced into the body is several different ways. Some use Ozone saunas. The other ways include blood cleaning, injections, water, insufflation and body bags.
Of course, as with any treatment that you normally don’t see in the mainstream it comes with controversy and caution. “There is” even “some controversy about its use by athletes in an attempt to increase performance.”
My introduction to the treatment was done through “autohemotherapy, in which blood is drawn from the patient, exposed to ozone and re-injected into the patient.” Or, some call it “blood cleansing” where the blood is withdrawn and then ozone was added into the blood and then run through a machine where it was exposed to ultraviolet light to clean the blood even further. There are a few variations on the procedure but essentially the concept is the same.
In the past, ozone was used to sterilize surgical instruments; sanitize or disinfect the operating rooms and drinking water. Ozone treatment was also suggested to be used for the treatment of tuberculosis. In World War I, they used it to disinfect the wounds of soldiers. So, I thought, why not use it to rid the body of viruses and diseases? Why not try it? I did.
First step: Drawing the blood.
No easy task. It was quite an experience, the nurse found it very difficult to draw the blood. I couldn’t believe how dark my blood was a very deep maroon or almost brown-like in color. It also seemed almost sludge-like and slow moving. I kidded with the nurse that this must be a “muscle-building” exercise, it really looked like she was using a lot of “muscle” to withdraw the blood. She was very careful and meticulous to make sure I remained comfortable.
Next step: Ozonate the blood.
Finally, after the blood was drawn out, it was mixed in with the ozone. It was beautiful! My blood was a gorgeous bright red, almost like bright classic red, even prettier than that like a brighter version of candy apple red.
Next step: UV Irradiation of the blood.
As it went into the machine, it was still the gorgeous red. The blood went in and was exposed to ultraviolet light to kill harmful bacteria and oxidize the blood even more. As you saw it returning back into the body it was still the awesome-looking red. Beautiful!
The question most asked is why?
Well, I heard that this therapy or treatment was used for patients with Breast cancer, diabetes, AIDS, heart disease, multiple sclerosis, arthritis, dementia, Alzheimer’s and other diseases. I heard it was successful with patients with AIDS and Cancer, it essentially turned their death sentence around. I also read that “AIDS, herpes, hepatitis, Epstein Barr, cytomegalovirus and other lipid envelope virus are readily destroyed by hyper-oxygenating the patient’s blood with ozone.” Some say it even helps with hepatitis, mold, fungus and lowering blood cholesterol.
I also remembered that the bacterium of many of the beasts, Lyme, Babesia and Bartonella, I had dealt with in the past didn’t thrive in high oxygen environments which I have heard the same with Cancer. So, I thought I’d take care of this virus/congestion and if there were any shadows left of the beasts inside me, it was a win-win situation.
Did I feel any different?
The process was complete. I’d say I truly didn’t feel any different after the first procedure. I’d say walking was a bit easier for me. Before the treatments, I went in with this nasty virus that was giving me a lot of congestion and it had been about five or six months that it was still causing me a lot of grief. I didn’t feel so bad but when I tried to do any walking, I sounded like I just was dying to catch my breath. It also caused me quite a bit of discomfort in my lungs when I breathed.
I was scheduled to do three more. But to tell you the truth, I wasn’t so sure about trying it once again. The hardest part and a bit painful was when they tried to withdraw the blood. My blood just began to clot too quickly which created the painful procedure. The doctor assessed the procedure and came up with a great solution which would help in the next treatment. Take some precursor steps to thin the blood out a little more before I come in again.
I went ahead and went in for a second treatment about a week and a half later after the first. The blood draw went much smoother and more quickly. The whole procedure was great. I did notice this time that I felt much clearer and less congestion for a few hours afterwards. I was scheduled for a third one but the snow storm with the blowing of snow made me decide to reschedule.
I believe things happen for a reason. I never went back for more treatments. The two I had were enough to get me over the hump and rid myself of the virus. The virus hung around for over six months, finally relief from the congestion and anything else what was hiding inside me. I went in for a follow up about a month later and got a clean bill of health. There were no signs of viruses, bacteria, yeast or anything. My body didn’t even show a need for any supplements. It was fantastic!
There are some that feel the virus finally ran its course. Maybe, however, as much phlegm that I was ridding myself of following the treatments, I felt the ozonation and irradiation of my blood helped move it along more quickly. May be if I had tried this sooner, I wouldn’t have had to deal with this virus for months. Is anyone ever that certain?
I’d have to say that I learned something once again. I also learned that there are more options out there to combat diseases and illnesses than I would have if I followed the “less traveled road”.
As with anything, choose your path to healthiness wisely. Talk to you doctor, do your research, and weigh the pros/cons and consequences/results, then follow your doctors’ advice and your gut and do what is best for you.
My Other Experiences – Outside the Box
Some sources used for my research: