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Major Autohemotherapy (MAH)

Major Autohemotherapy (MAH) is a type of alternative medical treatment that involves the injection of ozone gas into the patient's blood (The blood is taken out of the body, treated with ozone and returned it to the bloodstream through the same canula). We do not administer Ozone DIV!

 This treatment is believed to enhance the body's immune system, increase oxygen delivery, and reduce inflammation. MAH has been used to treat a variety of medical conditions, including arthritic joints, Lyme disease, and chronic infections. It has also been shown to be effective in reducing discomfort for patients who may find chemotherapy and or radiotherapy impacts their quality of life.

How does Major Autohemotherapy work?

MAH works by introducing ozone gas into the patient's blood. Ozone is a highly reactive molecule that can stimulate the immune system and increase the delivery of oxygen to the body's tissues. When ozone is exposed the blood, it reacts with the red blood cells and triggers a series of biochemical reactions that can enhance the body's natural healing processes.

What are the benefits of Major Autohemotherapy?

MAH is believed to offer a range of health benefits, including:

Boosting the immune system: Ozone gas has been shown to stimulate the production of white blood cells, which are essential for fighting off infections and diseases.

Reducing inflammation: MAH can help reduce inflammation in the body, which is often associated with chronic conditions such as arthritis and autoimmune diseases.

Improving circulation: Ozone can enhance the delivery of oxygen to the body's tissues, which can help improve circulation and promote healing.
Treating chronic infections: MAH has been used to treat chronic infections such as Lyme disease, which can be difficult to treat with conventional medicine.

How is Major Autohemotherapy administered?

MAH is typically administered in a clinical setting by a qualified healthcare professional. The treatment involves drawing a small amount of the patient's blood, mixing it with ozone gas, and then re-infusing the blood back into the patient's body. The procedure typically takes about an hour to complete and is generally well-tolerated by patients.

What are the potential risks of Major Autohemotherapy?

As with any medical procedure, there are some potential risks associated with MAH. These may include:

Infection: There is a small risk of infection at the injection site.

Allergic reaction: Some patients may be allergic to ozone gas, which can cause a range of symptoms including itching, hives, and difficulty breathing.

Bleeding: There is a small risk of bleeding at the injection site, particularly in patients with clotting disorders.

Other potential side effects may include fatigue, dizziness, and nausea.

We use Ozone destroyers, so no surplus Ozone will contaminate the air in the treatment room which could cause breathing difficulties.

Major Autohemotherapy is an alternative medical treatment that has been used to treat a range of conditions. If you are interested in exploring MAH as a treatment option, we recommend speaking with a qualified member of our team to determine if it is right for you.