Autohemotherapy by Ozone

About Autohemotherapy by Ozone

Ozone Autohemotherapy is a therapeutic technique that uses the properties of ozone to stimulate the immune system and provide anti-inflammatory benefits. The ozone molecule is composed of three oxygen atoms (O3) as compared to the normal oxygen we inhale which is two atoms of oxygen (O2).

This treatment requires about 200ml of the patient’s blood to be drawn and then exposed to the ozone. After that, the blood is reinfused back into the patient.

Ozone is a potent oxidizing agent and when introduced into the bloodstream, it induces an oxidative stress response. This serves as a signal to the body to significantly increase the production of protective antioxidant enzymes.

The body’s antioxidant defense mechanism produces antioxidants like superoxide dismutase and glutathione peroxidase, which act as free radical scavengers and are clinically important to a wide variety of diseases. The therapy also works by interfering with the virus-to-cell contact in lipid-enveloped viruses by disrupting their reproductive cycle and helping with viral infections.


  • Immune System Modulation: Ozone therapy stimulates the immune system, potentially boosting it, and improving the body’s ability to fight infections.
  • Improves Blood Circulation: Increasing the amount of oxygen in the blood will improve circulation. Allowing more oxygen to reach cells, tissues, and organs.
  • Anti-inflammatory Effects: Ozone produces anti-inflammatory effects in the body people suffering from arthritis and other inflammatory diseases can take
    advantage of this therapy.
  • Modulating Oxidative Stress: Modulating oxidative stress can slow down the aging process and the development of many chronic diseases.

Ozone autohemotherapy offers promising results in treating various conditions by enhancing the immune system and reducing inflammation. Its ability to improve the oxygen metabolism and delivery makes it a great arsenal of alternative therapy aimed at improving overall health and well-being.