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      Major Autohemotherapy (MAH)

      Major Autohemotherapy (MAH)

      What is Major Autohemotherapy (MAH)?

      MAH is similar to an IV vitamin drip. The difference is that your blood is first withdrawn from your vein into an IV bag, then medical ozone is infused into the bag. After your blood and ozone are mixed together in the bag, the mixture will be dripped back into your vein. As a result, no Ozone actually enters your bloodstream. Rather the biological byproduct of the external mixing of your blood with ozone (ozinides, etc.) are actually creating the healing effect.

      I read online that Ozone should not be injected into the blood stream?

      That is correct. Ozone injected directly into a vein or artery can cause a gas embolus that is dangerous to your health. That is why MAH must be done under medical supervision and in the manner described above. It is both safe and effective, properly applied in a medical setting by trained personnel. See above.

      What are the Indications for MAH?

      • Acute hearing loss (vascular only)
      • Asthma and COPD
      • Auto Immune Disease
      • Cancer (Complementary concept in oncology)
      • Chemical Sensitivities
      • Chronic Allergies
      • Chronic Fatigue and CF
      • Dementia and Cebreal Vascular Disease
      • Diabetic Circulatory Disease
      • Eye Diseases especially retinopathies
      • Fibromyalgia
      • Heart and Vascular Disease
      • Hepatitis B and C
      • Herpes simplex and herpes zoster (shingles)
      • Hyperthyroidism if not controlled
      • Infections (viral, bacterial, fungal)
      • Low Immunity
      • LYME Disease
      • MAH is not indicated in leukemia
      • Osteo and Rheumatoid Arthritis
      • Peripheral Artery Disease
      • Post Stroke
      • The first 3 months of pregnancy
      • Those with a Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency (favism, acute hemolytic anemia). This is a rare condition pre-screened prior to treatment.
      • Tinnnitus (vascular only)
      • Who cannot receive MAH?

      How often and how many treatments are required?

      The frequency is usually 1-3 times per week. The number of treatments can be up to 20 depending on the severity of the condition, age, and associated health problems.

      Are there any side effects with the treatment?

      You may experience slight detox symptoms especially if you a have viral, bacterial or fungal component to your illness. This is usually characterized by short term fatigue, hot and cold sensations, muscle or body aches (flu like symptoms).

      What should I expect after a treatment?

      MAH is an extremely beneficial medical therapy that has a long history of use in the US and especially Europe. The reported benefits are increased energy, enhanced immune function, improved circulation, less pain,

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