10 Pass Ozone Therapy
In today’s article, we are going to explain Ozone therapy and the huge benefits it has brought us on our Lyme disease quest. Very little is known about ozone therapy work here in the UK. In fact, trying to find this type of treatment is like finding hen’s teeth.
There are many different types of treatment applications utilising the power that ozone has to offer. But generally, these are in clinics who don’t like to shout about positive effects for fear of retaliation from the medical fraternity.
Most of these clinics are based in London or in the South of England. So, if you live in the North or Scotland it’s quite a trip. There will also be a number of appointments because 1 treatment will probably not resolve your issues. So, it means a day off work, train tickets (early morning), maybe a stay over, lunch and dinner, and the costs start stacking.
We looked across Europe, Germany, Mexico and the United States for Ozone Clinics. They seem to be at the cutting edge.
We have actually been using Ozone at home since 2009, so we have learned quite a lot about it. But it wasn’t until we were diagnosed in 2017 with Lyme disease, that we really started using it on a consistent basis to a set program. We perform Ozone insufflations, make Ozonated Water, and use an ozone sauna as part of our Lyme disease remission program.
We tried 10 pass therapy and Prolozone treatments in London, but we live in Yorkshire so the trip took a full day as explained above. We actually wanted to try this treatment for about 3 years. But realised we needed to go through a rigorous detox program and a rebuild of our gut microbiome beforehand, for reasons explained below.
By stimulating the immune system Ozone acts as a powerful antioxidant. This could kick start a clear out of toxins and a die off of infections. Detox of any kind can bring about a recurrence of symptoms so treading carefully is a prudent idea. This detox response is called a Herxiemer reaction or Herx effect.