Gulo, thoughts on these posts?
I am answering an old post, but thought it might help someone new. From my long experience with Lyme, Bartonella, Babesia, Mycoplasm and other tag along infections, ozone is the most important component to getting well. But you need to do it consistently and potentially for a long period of time. If you have been infected for years, you will need to do ozone intravenously at a doctor's office as well as well doing it at home via insufflation (do your own research). If you combine this with using a rife machine, detoxing with a sauna, eating right, taking supplements YOU CAN GET WELL. If you can afford to buy a home hyperbaric chamber with an oxygenator, buy one. Go in it everyday for an hour. Do ozone in some form everyday (there are nearly 20 different ways to get it into your body). Use your rife machine one a week or so. Take your supplements dailey.
My entire family is getting well now after years of floundering around. My husband nearly died in the process. We now own:
- Hyberbaric chamber
- Ozone machine
- Good sauna
- Doug Coil rife machine
-2nd rife machine with plasma bulb
And we get treated at the doctors twice a week.
I am about 90% better--- am expecting to do treatments for another year to be 100%
I have done major autohemotherapy as well as just about every kind of ozone therapy. Consistency is what matter. I repeat, consistency is what matters. Because autohemotherapy draws blood out, a bigger needle needs to be used than is used when doing direct IV ozone -- which is putting ozone directly into your veins (not mixed into your blood first). This means that you can't do autohemotherapy more than once or twice a week because your veins won't handle being punctured with the bigger needle more than that. So if you have Bartonella for instance, doing autohemotherapy ozone once or twice a week is NOT going to get rid of it because it simply grows back too fast.
From my experience, to treat Lyme and any of the co-infections -- assuming you have had them for years--, you need to being doing direct IV ozone a minimum of 3 times a week (a tiny butterfly needle is used, so your veins can handle it)--- at least for the first 3 to 4 months-- then you can cut back to twice a week if you can't manage 3. I also recommend buying a good ozone machine for home use (preferable a plasma machiine-- the ozone produced by cold corona machines seems harsher to me--- the cost will be $2000 -$4000--- do not buy a cheap machine.) At home you can do rectal insufflation on the days that you don't do direct IV ozone--- buy siliconized rubber catheters that you can fill from needle nose syringes that will attach to the ozone machine (Some websites will tell you to hook the catheter from your butt directly to the ozone machine--- I would never do this--- you could blow a hole in your colon!) -- you can put about 1000ml in you at a time--- its not that gross I promise.
You also can use a thing that looks like a stethoscopic to insufflate your ears. You can also ozonate water and drink it (best to do on an empty stomach as soon as you wake up).
What state do you live in? Ozone is legal in some-- like New York which is where I live.
Let me know if you have any other questions. If you plan on doing ozone only a few times, don't bother. Also some doctors who do autohemotherapy will tell you that direct IV ozone is dangerous--- ITS NOT if you do it properly. The ozone strength should be between 50-55 and administered by a professional. Also you start out slow--- 20 ccs and work up to 100 to 120 ccs. My entire family including my 15 year old daughter have been doing direct IV ozone for a long time. We are all much much much better. But you still have to do the things I mentioned in my earlier post--- detox, use a sauna and a rife machine particularly on days when you can't do ozone.
hope this helps