Hyperbaric Ozone Therapy with Dr. Frank Schallenberger
Hyperbaric is a word we know from oxygen chambers where Oxygen is forced into the body under atmospheric pressure. The result is that Oxygen is not only taken up by the red blood cells but also by the plasma.
The same principle is used in Hyperbaric Ozone therapy during MAHT (Major Autohemotherapy). First 100ml of blood is taken from the patient and then Ozonated under pressure in the flask. This slight pressure pushes the blood back into the patient a bit faster than a normal drip. Once the container is almost empty the process is repeated and blood is pulled out again with a vacuum until 100ml are back in the flask ready for ozonisation.
This form of ozonating the blood under pressure can be repeated up to 10 times in one session with the help of Heparin to prevent the blood from clotting. Doctors usually start with a 3 pass to see how the patient responds.
I had several 5 to 8 pass treatments and felt each time slightly euphoric and energised. No wonder with so much Oxygen in my blood. I also noticed that after a few of these multi pass treatments that my eyesight had changed. I first assumed it got worse but after checking with the optometrist my sight had improved by 1 dioptric on both eyes. Even my near sight has slightly improved which is very uncommon at my age. As I had no other treatment besides very intense Ozonetherapy for the past 2 months it seems this was one of the many effects this treatment had on me.