How to Administer Direct IV Ozone in Home pt1.3gp

How To Administer Direct IV Ozone In Home Pt1.3gp

Dr Saul Pressman, in his book, "The Story of Ozone" lists the different Diseases which we can treat with medical Ozone therapy as below:

How To Administer Direct IV Ozone In Home Pt1.3gp

A

How To Administer Direct IV Ozone In Home Pt1.3gp

Acariasis
Acne
Acrodermatitis
Acute otitis media
Acute vestibulopathy
Addisons disease
Adenocarcinoma
Adenovirus
Adrenalitis
AIDS
Alopecia
ALS (Lou Gehrig disease)
Alzheimer's disease
Amebiasis
Amenorrhea Amyloidosis
Anal fissures
Anemia
Angina
Angiodema
Ankylosing spondylitis
Anthrax
Apthous stomatitis
Arterial occlusion
Arteriosclerosis
Arthritis
Arthrosis
Asthma
Athlete's foot
B

How To Administer Direct IV Ozone In Home Pt1.3gp

Babesiosis
Bacterial pneumonia
Bartonellosis
Basalinoma
Bell palsy
Bornholm myalgia
Botulism Bronchitis
Bronchopulmonary aspergillus
Broncospasm
Brucellosis
Bullous pemphigus
Burkit lymphoma
C Cancer of all types
Candidiasis
Carbuncles
Cavernous sinus thrombosis
Cellulitis
Cerebral atrophy
Cerebrovascular accident
Chagas disease Chicken pox
Chlamydia
Cholecystitis
Chronic pain
Chronic pulmonary disease
Cirrhosis of the liver
Coccidiomycosis
Colitis
D Dengue fever
Dermatitis Diabetes
Diverticulitis
E

How To Administer Direct IV Ozone In Home Pt1.3gp

Echovirus
Eczema
Ehrlichiosis
Encephalitis
Encephalomyelitis
Endocarditis
Endometritis
Endophthalmitis
Enteric fever
Enteritis necroticans Environmental hypersensitivity
Epidermoid carcinoma
Epidermolitic keratosis
Epidermophytosis
Epididymitis
Epstein-Barr virus
Erysipelas
Erythema migrans
F Flavivirus
Folliculitis
Food poisoning Fulminant varicella
Furuncle
G

How To Administer Direct IV Ozone In Home Pt1.3gp

Gangrene
Genital warts
Giardiasis
Glaucoma
Glioma
Glomerular membrane disease Glomerulonephritis
Goodpasture syndrome
Gout
Graves disease
Guillan-Barre syndrome
H
Hairy leukoplakia
Heart arrhythmia
Heart disease
Hematoma
Hemolytic anemia
Hemorrhage
Hemorrhagic fever
Hemorrhoids
Hepatitis Herpes of all types
Histoplasmosis
HIV
HTLV
Huntingdon chorea
Hypercholesterolemia
Hypersensitivity
Hyperthyroidism
Hypotension
I
Ichthyosis
Ileitis Polyoma virus
Impetigo Influenza
Intravascular coagulation
Ischemic optic neuropathy
K Krohn's disease Kyanasur Forest disease
L

How To Administer Direct IV Ozone In Home Pt1.3gp

Landry syndrome
Lassa fever
Leishmaniasis
Leptospirosis
Leukemia
Leukoencephalopathy
Leukopenia
Listeriosis Lupus erythematosus
Lyme disease
Lymphocytic choriomeningitis
Lymphogranuloma
Lymphoid pneumonia
Lymphoma
M

How To Administer Direct IV Ozone In Home Pt1.3gp

Malaria
Mastoiditis
Measles
Melanoma
Melioidosis
Meniere disease
Migraine
Molluscum ecthyma
Mononucleosis
Morbilloform
Multiple sclerosis Mumps
Myalgia
Myasthenia gravis
Mycobacterium avium complex
Mycosis
Myelitis
Myocarditis
Myonecrosis
Myositis
N Neutropenia colitis Neurodermatitis
O

Ocular trachoma
Optic nerve dysfunction
Optic neuritis
Oral erythema
Orbital cellulitis
Orchitis Cryptospiridiosis
Osteomyelitis
Osteoporosis
Osteosarcoma
Otosclerosis
P

Pancreatitis
Panniculitis
Papillitis
Parainfluenza
Parkinson's disease
Pediculosis
Pelvic inflammatory disease
Pemphigoid
Pernicious anemia
Pneumocytosis
Pneumonia .Poliomyelitis
Polyateritis
Poor circulation
Postpartum fever
Proctitis
Prostate enlargement
Prurigo
Psoriasis
Pulmonary toxiplasis
Pyoderma
R

Rabies
Radiculoneuritis
Relapsing fever
Reynaud's disease
Reynold's syndrome Rheumatoid arthritis
Rhinitis
Rift Valley fever
Rubella
S

Salmonella
Salpingitis
Scabies
Scleroderma
Senile dementia
Senile macular degeneration
Sennutsu fever
Septicemia
Shingles Shock
Sickle cell anemia
Sinusitis
Skin burns
Spinalioma
Staphyloococcus
Stiatonigral degeneration
Stomatitis
Stroke
Syphilis
T

T.cruzi
Tardive dyskinesia
Tendinitis
Tetanus
Thoracic zygomycosis
Thrombopenic purpura
Thrombophlebitis
Thyroiditis
Tinea versicolor
Tinnitus Togavirus
Tourette syndrome
Toxic amblyopia
Toxoplasmosis
Traveller's diarrhea
Trench fever
Trypanosomiasis
Tuberculosis
Tularemia
U Ulcers
Urethritis
Urticaria Uterine spasm
Uveitis
V Varicella pneumonia
Varicose veins Vascular retinopathy
Vasculitis
W Warts Wegener granulomatosis

How to Administer Direct IV Ozone in Home pt1.3gp

Dr Saul Pressman, in his book, "The Story of Ozone" lists the different Diseases which we can treat with medical Ozone therapy as below:


A

Acariasis
Acne
Acrodermatitis
Acute otitis media
Acute vestibulopathy
Addisons disease
Adenocarcinoma
Adenovirus
Adrenalitis
AIDS
Alopecia
ALS (Lou Gehrig disease)
Alzheimer's disease
Amebiasis
Amenorrhea Amyloidosis
Anal fissures
Anemia
Angina
Angiodema
Ankylosing spondylitis
Anthrax
Apthous stomatitis
Arterial occlusion
Arteriosclerosis
Arthritis
Arthrosis
Asthma
Athlete's foot
B

Babesiosis
Bacterial pneumonia
Bartonellosis
Basalinoma
Bell palsy
Bornholm myalgia
Botulism Bronchitis
Bronchopulmonary aspergillus
Broncospasm
Brucellosis
Bullous pemphigus
Burkit lymphoma
C Cancer of all types
Candidiasis
Carbuncles
Cavernous sinus thrombosis
Cellulitis
Cerebral atrophy
Cerebrovascular accident
Chagas disease Chicken pox
Chlamydia
Cholecystitis
Chronic pain
Chronic pulmonary disease
Cirrhosis of the liver
Coccidiomycosis
Colitis
D Dengue fever
Dermatitis Diabetes
Diverticulitis
E

Echovirus
Eczema
Ehrlichiosis
Encephalitis
Encephalomyelitis
Endocarditis
Endometritis
Endophthalmitis
Enteric fever
Enteritis necroticans Environmental hypersensitivity
Epidermoid carcinoma
Epidermolitic keratosis
Epidermophytosis
Epididymitis
Epstein-Barr virus
Erysipelas
Erythema migrans
F Flavivirus
Folliculitis
Food poisoning Fulminant varicella
Furuncle
G

Gangrene
Genital warts
Giardiasis
Glaucoma
Glioma
Glomerular membrane disease Glomerulonephritis
Goodpasture syndrome
Gout
Graves disease
Guillan-Barre syndrome
H
Hairy leukoplakia
Heart arrhythmia
Heart disease
Hematoma
Hemolytic anemia
Hemorrhage
Hemorrhagic fever
Hemorrhoids
Hepatitis Herpes of all types
Histoplasmosis
HIV
HTLV
Huntingdon chorea
Hypercholesterolemia
Hypersensitivity
Hyperthyroidism
Hypotension
I
Ichthyosis
Ileitis Polyoma virus
Impetigo Influenza
Intravascular coagulation
Ischemic optic neuropathy
K Krohn's disease Kyanasur Forest disease
L

Landry syndrome
Lassa fever
Leishmaniasis
Leptospirosis
Leukemia
Leukoencephalopathy
Leukopenia
Listeriosis Lupus erythematosus
Lyme disease
Lymphocytic choriomeningitis
Lymphogranuloma
Lymphoid pneumonia
Lymphoma
M

Malaria
Mastoiditis
Measles
Melanoma
Melioidosis
Meniere disease
Migraine
Molluscum ecthyma
Mononucleosis
Morbilloform
Multiple sclerosis Mumps
Myalgia
Myasthenia gravis
Mycobacterium avium complex
Mycosis
Myelitis
Myocarditis
Myonecrosis
Myositis
N Neutropenia colitis Neurodermatitis
O

Ocular trachoma
Optic nerve dysfunction
Optic neuritis
Oral erythema
Orbital cellulitis
Orchitis Cryptospiridiosis
Osteomyelitis
Osteoporosis
Osteosarcoma
Otosclerosis
P

Pancreatitis
Panniculitis
Papillitis
Parainfluenza
Parkinson's disease
Pediculosis
Pelvic inflammatory disease
Pemphigoid
Pernicious anemia
Pneumocytosis
Pneumonia .Poliomyelitis
Polyateritis
Poor circulation
Postpartum fever
Proctitis
Prostate enlargement
Prurigo
Psoriasis
Pulmonary toxiplasis
Pyoderma
R

Rabies
Radiculoneuritis
Relapsing fever
Reynaud's disease
Reynold's syndrome Rheumatoid arthritis
Rhinitis
Rift Valley fever
Rubella
S

Salmonella
Salpingitis
Scabies
Scleroderma
Senile dementia
Senile macular degeneration
Sennutsu fever
Septicemia
Shingles Shock
Sickle cell anemia
Sinusitis
Skin burns
Spinalioma
Staphyloococcus
Stiatonigral degeneration
Stomatitis
Stroke
Syphilis
T

T.cruzi
Tardive dyskinesia
Tendinitis
Tetanus
Thoracic zygomycosis
Thrombopenic purpura
Thrombophlebitis
Thyroiditis
Tinea versicolor
Tinnitus Togavirus
Tourette syndrome
Toxic amblyopia
Toxoplasmosis
Traveller's diarrhea
Trench fever
Trypanosomiasis
Tuberculosis
Tularemia
U Ulcers
Urethritis
Urticaria Uterine spasm
Uveitis
V Varicella pneumonia
Varicose veins Vascular retinopathy
Vasculitis
W Warts Wegener granulomatosis

40 thoughts on “How to Administer Direct IV Ozone in Home pt1.3gp

  1. Hello,
    i was wondering, you’re using a glass syringe with a metal luer lock,
    doesn’t the o3 ‘eats up’ the metal and then transports the molecules into
    the bloodstream? I thought only o3-save materials may be used for this
    protocol like glass, kevlar, 100% silicone,…
    also want to say thanks for the video, you may be saving a few lives here.

    1. the metal part doesnt touch the ozone, it only touches the threaded section
      on the outside of the butterfly needle.

    1. +Smeagol Whitehouse Good, I improved my health to a level i can manage and
      then got lazy with the Ozone, Plus i was concerned about collapsing a vein.
      I want to make sure they are in good order if i ever need hyper infusion..
      I started Lugols iodine 120 drops a day for 3 months and had amazing
      results from this also!, so i continue Lugols at 20 drops a day
      maintenance. My friend that lent me the ozone generator Wanted to take it
      home (he bought it new so i could treat myself) Once he started using it
      for rectal i will not use it for IV anymore. I would really like to do IV 3
      x a week 6 months straight. This was for suspected lyme, (still waiting for
      the results) if positive i am going straight to recirculatory hyper
      infusion.

    2. +Glen Kimpton how do I send a personal email to you? I’ve contacted a guy
      3 days ago in England who is doing what you did and is having amazing
      results my man. I would like for us all to share notes.
      D.

    3. +Smeagol Whitehouse – Could you give me the email address of the person in
      the UK who is doing the ozone, i am in the UK and want to learn how to do
      DIV, he might teach me.

  2. Can I inject the ozone into my PICC line? I know the gas breaks down
    plastic and laytex…. but is it OK for picc lines?

  3. Thanks for sharing this info. Doesn’t the line running into your arm have
    air in it? Does it also have a valve or seal on it? How does that remain
    safe with it open running direct into your vein?

  4. @lliorphans how do you make sure that there is no air in the butterfly line
    before beginning to inject the gas from the syringe?

    1. +Lydia Lewallen, not doing it like this guy. You're better to connect
      the line to the syringe, clearing the line (with a few cc's until you
      can smell the ozone), then connecting to a catheter/needle tip before
      beginning the slow introduction.

      Not everybody that is on Youtube knows what they are doing…

  5. We have performed over 175,000 Direct IV ozone therapies since 1995.
    This video is being performed in a very risky way.
    Dr. Robins

    1. +Glen Kimpton Yes he is! Ozone is absorbed in the blood and wont cause
      embolism if done correctly but saturation levels are reached rather fast.
      it should take more than an our.

    2. +vaccinescause autism I think that there is a place for the home I.V. but
      only for people that dont take medical advice for granted. This guys is
      going to end up with an embolism.

  6. Thank you for your videos!! I have Lymes so I am looking forward to getting
    started!! Can you suggest the best generators/price and explain what else
    is needed?
    Thank you
    Kathleen

    1. +Kathleen Almgren – The best and right way is to ozonate the distillated
      water or 3% celine and then inject. You can ozonate water and drink it.
      Good luck.

  7. Personally, I would prefer rectal & ear insufflation to this direct IV
    because it’s relatively safer & almost 95% effective as IV.

    1. yes, tremendously! Almost 80-90% healed from my Lyme disease & got my life
      back!! I found the ozone steam sauna to be most effective. I do it 2-3
      times a week in winters. I used to do rectal insufflation everyday but
      because of busy work schedule, I do it only once a week. I also started
      experimenting with ozonated oil & 3% hydrogen peroxide in ears. I think
      it’s really very effective. I observed that I have a tendency to forget or
      procrastinate this practice. I think, the bad critters in my body hate
      ozone & make me forget.

  8. It is the Nitrogen in air that causes embolia. There is no nitrogen in pure
    medical grade ozono. As soon as it reaches blood, haemoglobin captures de
    O2 and liberates the singlet oxygen atom that saturates and oxygenates your
    body. We know many people that do this therapy on this same way.

    1. it wont destroy cells, but the wire going to vein should be cleared of air
      first….of course everything is matter of dose….

  9. What gamma level did you use? I just bought a medical ozone generator.
    Today I treated myself with 50cc ozone IV at 23 gamma. At 50cc I started
    getting tension in my chest, similar to running wind sprints in winter.
    Two hours later no problems..

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