OxyFile #522

Medical Methods of Applying Ozone (O3)

By Tom Harrelson

Reprinted with Permission


1. Auto-Hemotherapies:
    a. Minor
    b. Major

2. Injections:
    a. Intra-arterial
    b. Intra-articular
    c. Intra-cutaneous
    d. Intra-muscular
    e. Intra-venous
    f. Subcutaneous
    g. Tumor

3. Sub-atmospheric Treatment:
    a.  Local-
     (1) Bag

4. External Body Applications:
    a. Local-
     (1) Bag
     (2) Hood
    b. Total-
     (1) Body Suit
     (2) Hyberbaric Chamber
     (3) Sauna
     (4) Steam Cabinet

5. Insufflations:
    a. Bladder
    b. Ear
    c. Rectum
    d. Uterine
    e. Vagina

6. Hydro Body Applications:
    a. Body (Bath-sea salt)
    b. Body (Shower)
    c. Intestinal (Enema)
    d. Oral/Dental (Drinking, gargling, &/or rinsing)
    e. Vaginal (Douche)

7. Inhalation Therapy:
    a. Oral/Nasal (Body detoxification)

8. Topical Applications:
    a. Rub (burns, lesions, rashes, scars, &/or wounds)
    b. Massage (pain, soreness, tension, &/or deep lymphatic 
       massage)

NOTE: 

Nos. 1 & 2 represent the use of Ozone without humidification.  
Nos. 3, 4, & 5 represent the use of humidified Ozone.  
No.  6 represents the use of Ozone diffused in water.  
No.  7 represents the use of Ozone atomized with Glycerine or 
       Oils-Pine Needle, Thyme, Eucalyptus, Tea Tree, &/or Olive).  
No.  8 represents the use of Ozone diffused in Food-grade oils 
       (Organic Extra Virgin Olive or Sunflower), Aloe Vera Gel, 
       or Glycerine.

REFERENCES:
Oxygen Therapies, Ed McCabe.
Oxygen Healing Therapies, Nathaniel Altman.
Electro-Therapeutic Guide, Homer Clark Bennett, M.D.
The Use Of Ozone In Medicine, Siegfried Rilling, M.D. & Renate 
Viebahn, Ph.D.
Contemporary Ozone Applications, Kurt Donsbach, N.D., The Family 
News, Vol. IV No. II.


OZONE Fact Sheet No. 3-Med.>11/96