Bronchia problems and Ozone
From: "Dania" tymetoplay2001@...
Subject: [ozonetherapy] New member/ info on funneling ozone for bronchia
Date: Sat, 18 Jan 2003 20:32:43 -0000
I am a new memeber...have gained alot of information from going
through the old posts...great information! Glad I found you.
I am quite ill and have been so, for some time...with lyme and some
co-infections. I do have a medical grade ozone unit and would like
to start using it again...I have found that in the past when I used
it for ear insufflations my ears would get burned rather quickly,
after a few exposures and I would have to stop. Any
suggestions?..even at the lowest concentration it would do this..I
did not have any special ear attatchment...maybe that would make a
difference... and was told to not put it directly into the ear canal
but a 1/2 an inch or so away..and to wetthe ears...
The other question I have is with regards to some kind of ongoing
lung infection...could be fungal or lyme or babesia, not sure..came
on suddenly and almost killed me three years ago,,,now my chest is
tight, and have air hunger...all the time...have thought of doing
the funneling on the chest that you talked about...any
recommendations for amount of time, concentrations,ect...
Thankyou..enjoying the posts and hope to get to know people better
over time... :-)
Date: Sun, 19 Jan 2003 15:13:23 +0000
From: "Saul Pressman"
Subject: Re: funneling ozone for bronchia problem
You need to insert the adapter on the tubing into the ear canal,
unless you have some headphones-type rig. Wetting the ears is not
It is normal to have a strong healing reaction. This is not burning.
Wet the chest area with a warm wet washcloth. Then hold the funnel
connected to the output tubing firmly on the chest. Set the flow rate
at 1/32 l/m and turn on the ozone generator. 20 - 30 minutes daily.
Drink 6 - 8 glasses of ozonated water daily, regardless of any other
Best of health!
Dr. Saul Pressman
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