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EBOO is coming - should you be ready?

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E xtracorporeal  B lood  O xygenation and  O zonation (EBOO) Therapy is a specialized blood filtering treatment that allows for the reduction of chronic inflammation. It positively impacts the quality of life and performance, as inflammation is present in all diseases. EBOO/RHP ( R ecirculatory  H √¶mo p erfusion) therapy can be used as an adjunct treatment for relief of symptoms from conditions such as: Autoimmune related diseases Cardiovascular disease Diabetes Bacterial and viral pathologies Lyme disease Brain fog Chronic Fatigue/Fibromyalgia Inflammatory diseases Mold exposure Sleeping difficulties The EBOO treatment improves blood flow, cellular healing and cellular oxygen utilization. Clinical studies suggest that EBOO activates an immune response to infectious disease by stimulating it to kill viruses, fungi, and pathogenic bacteria. It also improves the utilization of oxygen within the cells, which reduces poor blood flow in cardiovascular diseases. And, it releases growth facto

Healing with light and oxygen: UBI or Biophotonic Therapy

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  Two things on this planet have been available our entire lives: light and oxygen. And we don't survive without appropriate amounts of each. Ultraviolet light and activated oxygen have been combined to provide an efficient, non-toxic therapeutic application that impacts people with various conditions. This therapy is known as biophotonic therapy, ultraviolet blood irradiation, or UBI. The most  recent breakthrough in the delivery of this valuable intervention was made by Tom Lowe. Tom pioneered a rotating stem within a cuvette tube that increases the exposure of blood cells passing by ultraviolet waves emitted in the machine used to administer an improved therapeutic dose. This short video explains the therapy, it's inception and current break throughs. " Ultraviolet blood irradiation (UBI) was extensively used in the 1940s and 1950s to treat many diseases including septicemia, pneumonia, tuberculosis, arthritis, asthma and even poliomyelitis. The early studies were carr

Uses for Ozone Oil

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Ozone oil is created by bubbling ozone gas through sunflower oil until the sunflower oil has reached a saturation point. The amount of time required to produce this varies according to the ozone output of the generator being used. The amount of ozone gas held in the oil depends on the type of oil used. Ozone oil is stored in a light blocking glass container for longevity of the product. Ozone oil will break down natural rubber products, so it is important to avoid contact with rubber or the rubber eventually disintegrates. Silicon caps, tubing, and droppers will have greater longevity. The oil will also affect fabrics which will retain the ozone oil odor, even through washings. It is possible for ozone oil to damage fabrics, so take care in the application of the oil. Here are a few uses: dip Q-tip/cotton swab in oil and coat the inside of each nostril. lightly dip the Q-tip/swab in oil and apply to the ear. place two or three drops on the toothbrush and brush for 2 minutes. Add toothp

Uses for Ionic Silver

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  Ionic Silver Uses Several of our therapies include using ionic silver orally, nasally, or topically. Why we use Ionic Silver solutions and gels: Silver has a long and intriguing history as an antimicrobial in human health care. It has been developed for use in  water purification, wound care, bone prostheses, reconstructive orthopedic surgery, cardiac devices, catheters and surgical appliances . It is useful to address infection as well as prevent it. Bacterial, viral (and probably fungal) sensitivity to silver relates to the levels of silver uptake into the infectious agent and its ability to interact and irreversibly damage metabolic and reproductive systems.  1   For this reason, infections will be reduced and prevented. Silver is an effective antimicrobial, antiviral and antifungal agent with low toxicity, which is important especially in the treatment of burn wounds where infections moving into the blood stream is prevalent and its fast control is essential. Silver nan