You said it can cause an embolus. Can you elaborate upon this? Does this mean it is better off done in the clinic? Also, I e-mailed back and forth with Saul Pressman, and he said I should be fine if I follow the instructions for vaginal insufflation. Do you have any comments with regard to this statement?
Even if air is blow in to the vagina it can result in an air embolus. I have heard of cases of this happening with vaginal ozone insufflation as well. Some people claim that ozone cannot cause an embolus because of the lack of nitrogen. I disagree. If you can form bubbles in a glass of water you can form bubbles in the bloodstream. There is also a good reason why IV and IA ozone injections are given at such as slow rate. Again you do not want to cause an embolus.
Just FYI Dr. Hulda Clark says endometriosis is caused by parasites. (I am more and more coming to respect her opinions, personally.) I'm no expert but am guessing that if the oxygen works it is because parasites don't like it.
Endometriosis has absolutely nothing to do with parasites. It results from a hormone imbalance, which is why bitters and B vitamins help. These cleanse the liver so it can do a better job of breaking down the excess estrogen.
Ozone can also destroy excess estrogen through oxidative destruction.
By the way, parasitical cancers are extremely rare. And parasites do not cause diabetes or AIDS either as she claims.
The ozonator I have is from Nature-Kleen, I've done both vaginal and anal ozone insufflation. After the first vaginal insufflation, my chronic yeast infection was gone. Did it a couple of more times to be sure. Anal insufflation was a major part of curing my leaky gut. Gave myself these treatments in the bathe. As far as embolus goes, I don't see how this is possible unless the excess ozone is totally trapped.
The risk of embolus comes from gases entering in to the bloodstream. Pressure is the biggest factor. Many ozone units are designed with such a high concentration output that the oxygen flow rate has to be really upped to get the ozone concentration down to safe limits.