Paraplegic man recovering after I.V. ozone treatments
From: "Alex Torres M.D." dr_caury@...
Date: Thu Jun 28, 2001 2:11 pm
Subject: RE: [oxyplus] HBOT
Sorry if I am cross posting with another person, but not having the part of
the E-mail that speaks about it as a reference, I suppose that this is on my
last post that refers to HBOT and Ozone...
Here in Mexicali we are using the application of I.V. ozone with very good
results... as an example, a patient, male that was paraplegic, only moving
eyes, and with the obscure prognosis of a doctor that said "Sorry for your
patient, but he never will move a finger..." he is (after 2 weeks of using
30-50 c.c.. of ozone at vein) able to: Walk (with the help of crutches),
talk, move his arms and legs with coarse and fine movements, able to use a
cell phone (pulsing the buttons to place a call), control his sphincters
(able to defecate and urinate at the bathroom.. a lot of money saved in
We apply this in a every other day basis, with an ozonator kind plasma
tubes, using pure medicinal oxygen. The size of syringe barrel is 50 c.c.
that can be adjusted for 20-30- or 50 c.c.
Precautions? None. You can administer this ozone some quickly and none
reactions. Some patients reports coughing that can be counteracted with
natural orange juice but this coughing is related with the quantity of ozone
vs. the corporal surface.
At first, we thought that applying ozone I.V. will lead us to an embolism...
for more info ask Dr. Saul Pressman, he is the master of this technique.
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