Nearly 200 years ago, doctors noticed that industrial workers (such as coal miners) had toxins like mercury seeping into their bodies and causing deadly diseases. Regardless of their findings at the time, it was largely presumed that most of the population who were not exposed to chemicals or coal dust were not at risk of any type of bacterial infections. Fast-forward to the 21st Century, and the amount of people who are sick due to environmental toxins has increased greatly due to an increase in air pollution, gas, pesticides and processed foods. This, in turn, has caused other types of illnesses to spawn and spread throughout the nation. From the water we drink, the food we eat, and the air that we breathe, everyone has toxins within their blood. Unfortunately, some people are affected more than others, and are at risk of cardiovascular disease, mold toxicity, autoimmune disease or other chronic conditions.
Finding ways to “detox” our bodies has not been an easy task. Doctors will often recommend dietary options that contain antioxidants and body detox cleanses. Of course, this is not a terrible route to take if someone is worried about becoming mold toxic and are taking preventative measures. However, for those suffering with chronic illness, sometimes other treatments need to be considered, which is precisely the purpose of Extracorporeal Blood Oxygenation & Ozonation, also known as EBOO Therapy.
The purpose of EBOO is to combine the process of a blood autotransfusion and ozonation-oxygenation¹. This will allow the bloodstream to become ozonated; in which the body will have a full in-depth cleansing of all toxins. An EBOO treatment is similar to a dialysis machine that cleans the blood through a filter. During the procedure, the blood will flow through a tube into a filter to extract all harmful bacteria. Afterwards, ozone and oxygen are added to the blood before it is returned to the patient’s body.
This treatment is very efficient in extracting physical debris that were left over from chronic infections and systemic inflammation. Although, some may debate that this is also the purpose of two important organs: the kidney and the liver. The purpose of both of them is to ensure the poisons, fats, sugars, etc. are extracted and expelled through our urine and stool. EBOO, however, extracts the debris that our kidneys and liver cannot like environmental toxins. Some toxins that EBOO can remove that the kidneys and liver cannot are:
- Endotoxins, which are fragments of pathogenic bacteria, mold infections and fungus.
- Biofilm, a sludge-like substance which pathogenic microbes create to hide in, and where the immune cells can’t penetrate.
- Debris from our own tissues that have been damaged from powerful pharmaceutical drugs or infected microbes².
- All patients must have specific bloodwork done before starting their first treatment. People with abnormal blood issues such as blood clots should notify a practitioner immediately before a treatment is administered.
All patients must have specific bloodwork done before starting their first treatment. People with abnormal blood issues such as blood clots should notify a practitioner immediately before a treatment is administered. Before the treatment begins, patients should have a full stomach and are recommended to avoid iron and copper supplements the day before, day of, and day after their treatment.
Patients are hooked up to two catheters that are inserted into a peripheral vein in each arm. The blood travels through the tube, enters through a filter, becomes saturated with ozone and oxygen and then is returned to the body to make a complete circle. Most patients notice the color change of their blood from the moment it leaves their body to the moment that it returns. Usually, if a patient’s bloodstream is contaminated, the blood will enter through the tubes with a dark red hue. After the blood goes through the cycle and returns into the body, the color will transform into a brighter shade of red. Altogether, it takes about 45 minutes to an hour for about four to five liters of blood to be completely filtered. After the treatment, the filter will be full of toxins that was removed and the blood will reenter the body newly oxygenated. Most patients have reported feeling better than they did prior with an energy boost and a decrease in brain fog.
Unfortunately, EBOO is not widely known in the United States as there are only five clinics that offer it to patients. The procedure itself was established by the medical department at the University of Siena in Italy in the late 90s to early 2000s, and since then has grown widely throughout Europe and is gaining traction within the American medical industry. EBOO is changing how ozone is used to treat chronic illnesses. This is because a higher amount of concentrated ozone is delivered to the blood without the risks of external processing and reinjection. Ozone as an alternative treatment alone has been around for many years and has proven to be extremely beneficial as a natural detoxifier, boosting the immune system, resetting the cell mitochondria, improving blood conditions, and reducing inflammation, however compared to other Ozone Therapies, EBOO has proven to be the most effective at detoxing the body of poisonous toxins.
EBOO is a great way to successfully detox the body in a natural and safe way. If someone suffers from cardiovascular disease, mold toxicity, Lyme disease, autoimmune disease, chronic viral infections,environmental toxins or heavy metal toxicity, they should try the EBOO.
The condition of the patient determines the amount of EBOO Therapies that one receives. Everyone will be ordered three treatments to start and depending how they feel at the end will determine how many additional treatments they need. LifeWorks Wellness Center in Clearwater, Florida is the first clinic on the East Coast to offer the EBOO.
If you are interested in learning more information on EBOO, please call 727-466-6789.