Let me introduce you to a new extraordinary therapy called ozone dialysis therapy, short for extracorporeal blood oxygenation and ozonation (EBOO). Another name for EBOO is Recirculatory Hemoperfusion (RHP) therapy. I have been searching for medical facilities that can do dialysis to remove environmental toxins like pesticides or organic compounds for some of my patients without much success. One patient was diagnosed with ALS and he had exposure to massive amounts of petrochemicals and organophosphate compounds.
This patient had no idea how he got exposed – he was an architect – and he had never used any of those chemicals. I thought if I could remove or reduce his environmental toxin burden, he might have a chance to beat ALS. I had no luck finding an academic institution which could neutralize, via blood dialysis, chemical toxins, despite his tests showing exposures to diethylphosphate (DEP), organophosphates, xylene, and MTBE/ETBE petrochemical compounds, among others. He deteriorated rapidly and died. Soldiers, farmers, and firefighters are high risk for toxic exposures, but an architect? How about you? Do you play soccer or golf, garden, or rehab old houses, basements or barns? Environmental toxins are everywhere, and they will travel and provoke your misery.
Regular IV ozone/UV light therapy (each treatment is called a pass) is too slow to remove environmental toxins when there have been massive exposures. One of the better-known dialysis procedures is called apheresis, with a special filter to remove toxins, which is available in Germany and in Japan. My patient was in a wheelchair with assisted ventilation and could not travel or afford the procedures, which are expensive.
One other available location was in Moscow; it sells and trains how to operate apheresis dialysis using a special filter, at a more reasonable cost. I made an arrangement with another physician, John Kressler, MD, and we planned to go to Moscow in summer 2022. When the Russia-Ukraine war broke out, our plan was scrapped, and I am still looking for a dialysis/apheresis device for advanced environmental toxin detoxification. To my surprise, Ozone Dialysis Therapy called EBOO, using a filter from Japan, has been available for over 20 years in Asia. EBOO was developed by group of doctors and engineers from Malaysia and in collaboration with the late Peter Jovanovic, MD (AM), Executive Director of Ozone without Borders in Canada. He had been using EBOO successfully on many medical conditions including:
- Environmental toxins and chemicals
- Cardiovascular and peripheral circulatory disease
- Chronic inflammation and pain
- Chronic low-grade infections from unknown causes and biotoxins
- Autoimmune disorders of unknown causes
- Metabolic disorders, lipid disorders and diabetes
- Lyme, molds and mycotoxins
- Many more potential indications by correcting the underlying problems
Recent research shows that toxin-induced neuromuscular disease may trigger or mimic ALS, as noted in this abstract excerpt:
I have been using EBOO for a few months now on selected patients. One case is a 75-year-old physician from California with a multitude of problems including chronic fatigue, chronic pain, gout, parasites with GI problems, heavy metal mercury toxicity, mild kidney failure, hypertension, atrial fibrillation, environmental toxin exposure with 2,4 Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4-D), a part of Agent Orange, and hidden chronic ongoing dental infections. This is his unsolicited testimony after one EBOO treatment:
“I felt much better after the EBOO treatment. The muscle stiffness and soreness in my core and lower back were essentially gone. I could walk with a normal, relaxed gait, whereas I had been stiff and slow. A real surprise was the improvement in frequent urination. This was much better and continued last night allowing me to sleep for 2 1/2 & 3 hour stretches. This was a big change from the night before when I was up hourly and sometimes more.
“Unfortunately, my recurrent foot pain started again and progressed to become sore last night. This is so common; I doubt it is related to the EBOO. So, I’m again back on colchicine. This isn’t too bad, but with ankle soreness, I can’t walk much and colchicine alters my mood and usually gives loose stool, a common side effect of colchicine. The pain is in the same spot that has become inflamed recently, just above the left medial malleolus. This seems to be related to the shoes I used for the trip, but the shoe doesn’t even touch the current sore spot and are very pliable and soft. No matter what shoe I wear, one spot or another around one foot or the other becomes inflamed. We’ll see what the parasite meds and extraction of #19 do for this!
“Overall, EBOO was a real help. A pleasant surprise was the dramatic and unexpected improvement in urinary frequency. Also, core and lower back muscle soreness and stiffness are dramatically improved. Previously, I was getting discomfort after sitting for a while, and then going to a standing position was uncomfortable, and took a few moments to relax after standing. I don’t think sitting on the plane for 4 hours was the best, but there was no stiffness when I got up and started walking at the end of the trip. A big THANKS for the opportunity to experience EBOO. I anticipate this is going to be a very popular and helpful addition to your practice.”
The pictures below were taken during two patients’ EBOO treatments, with micro- and macro-blood clots filtering out. The clots are many varying sizes of speckles, and some are long string-like clots. Some people feels better, breathe better, feel lighter, and report hip pain or knee pain got better with one EBOO treatment. Others do not notice any change with one therapy. The color of the blood appears very dark in chronically sick patients before EBOO; after EBOO, it appears lighter, suggesting better oxygenation. To maximize the benefit of EBOO, I recommend three treatments as a set, usually once per week if possible.
Ozone dialysis therapy or EBOO, relatively unknown, may be a game changer for many chronically ill patients who have environmental toxin exposures, and are not responding to traditional or alternative, integrative medicine. Farmers, firefighters, soldiers, and unsuspecting members of general population may benefit given their exposures. Academic institutions and military/VA medicine need to explore this exciting technology that is available and already used overseas in Europe and Asia. EBOO does not use any new technology or medications and hopefully it will not be sabotaged by Big Pharma or entangled with FDA regulations.
For more information, see the 2005 journal article by N. Di Paolo et al., Extracorporeal Blood Oxygenation and Ozonation: Clinical and Biological Implication of Ozone Therapy, and recent paper by Robert Rowen et al. For information on EBOO equipment, contact Dr. John Kressler, MD at Nordic Health Solutions, www.nordichealthsolutions.com, at 570-379-3427 or www.Promolife.com. These companies handle the original time-tested EBOO ozone dialysis therapy equipment and training.