Major Autohemotherapy (Ozone Therapy)
Major Autohemotherapy (MAH) involves the injection of medical grade ozone gas into blood drawn from a person. The ozone is allowed to mix with the blood for a period of time. The ozonated blood is then intravenously infused back into the same person and will be a much brighter red color than the drawn blood. Major Autohemotherapy is another term used to describe Ozone Therapy when it is applied to the blood.
When ozone is injected into the treated sample of blood it is thought to destroy any pathogens and when it is injected back into the person it has the effect of an autogenous (self-generated) vaccine.
Major Autohemotherapy is a specific, medical procedure that must be performed by properly trained, medical professionals in accordance with strict protocols. When properly performed, Major Auto-hemotherapy is comfortable, safe and effective.
Major Autohemotherapy has a cumulative effect so that each treatment builds on and enhances the effects of previous treatments. For acute infections, frequent treatment may be necessary initially.
Since your blood contains more oxygen during and immediately after MAH, some people notice improved skin color. If your blood was drawn at this time it would appear more bright red than usual due to the increased oxygen content. You may leave the clinic after completion of the IV procedure. MAH will not interfere with your ability to drive.
Major Autohemotherapy is often combined with Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation (UVB) which synergistically amplifies the effectiveness of both therapies. (LINK)