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Oxygen Therapies Forum is dedicated to the advancement of Oxygen Therapies. Oxygen Therapies include the use of Hydrogen Peroxide ( H2O2 ), Ozone Therapy, Hyperbaric Oxygen, Stabilized Oxygen, and Ionization.

Oxygen Therapies: Ozone = O3, H2O2, HBOT, Homozon, Breathing

HBOT = Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy - Pressure Chamber Oxygen Therapy

H2O2 = Hydrogen Peroxid Therapies (Oral, IV, Enema, Bath, Drops ...)

O3 = Ozone Therapies

What is Ozone Therapy?

Ozone Therapies are usually accepted ways of introducing ozone into the body. Some of these include:

Drinking Ozonated Water

Ozonating distilled water for a period of time (dependant on the generator output) and then drinking it.

Ozone Body/Limb Bagging

This process uses a sauna bag for the body, or smaller bags to cover a limb. Ozone is then applied into the bag using an air tube filling up the bag.

Using Ozonated Olive Oil Topically

When ozone is bubbled through olive oil continuously (at high concentrations) for weeks, the oil eventually gels, holding the ozone contained. When kept refrigerated, this gel will hold its ozone for years. Applied to the skin, it is beneficial for cuts, scrapes and burns, insect bites, rashes, eczema, herpes, etc.


By using a cathetor inserted into the rectum or vagina, ozone can be administered at a slow flow rate. A colonic or enema should be conducted prior for rectal insufflations.

Direct IV Injection into a vein

This is one of the most direct methods of introducing ozone into the body, but probably the most controversial. This involves the filling of a 30-60 cc syringe of medical ozone, and injecting directly into a vein using a butterfly IV needle.

This must be done slowly, with the patient lying down. It will take anywhere from 10-15 minutes to inject 60 cc's of ozone. Concentrations of ozone are dependent on the condition treated - usually between 27-45 ug/ml.


There are two types of autohemotherapy: minor and major.

Minor involves the process of withdrawing about 5-10 cc's of the patient's blood, ozonating it, and then reinjecting it intramuscularly.

Major involves the process of withdrawing about 200 cc's of the patients blood, ozonating it, and the reinjecting it into a vein. With this process, Heparin is needed as an anticoagulant (prevents blood clotting).

Polyatomic Apheresis Therapy

On of the best accounts of what Polyatomic Apheresis Therapy is and how it works is from Oxygen Therapy - The Empire Strikes Back. The below is an interview between Gary Null and Sue Ann Taylor, and it is Sue Ann Taylor speaking.

"The polyatomic apheresis looks like the following: a patient sits in a chair that looks a little like a dentist's chair. It's a comfortable chair. There are needles, intravenous needles inserted in both of their arms. The blood coming out of the left arm is pulled through a pump that is somehow in synch with the heart rate, and a circuit of blood is created between the left arm coming out and the right arm coming in. The blood goes through a series of tubes, goes down through a cascade tube where it is met with ozone under pressure, and at that point that's where the viral kill happens. The blood continues down through an escape tube, through a filter, back into their right arm. What you see visually is the blood exiting the left arm is a very black colour; it is BLACK. It goes down through this cascade tube, which is a wide-bore cascade tube, about an inch in diameter, and it goes back into the arm, the right arm, a bright cherry-red colour. It comes out looking alarmingly different--this is with the HIV patients--alarmingly different than you would expect."

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