Ozone therapy has been in use in the United States since 2009. It is based on a discovery by the Dutch physicist Martinus Van Marum and was later synthesized to treat a variety of illnesses in both humans and animals. Many animal lovers and veterinarians alike seek alternative treatments to ailments ranging from gangrenous lesions to urinary tract obstructions to cancer. Holistic treatments such as Ozone Therapy can and should be explored as a safe and effective way to care for the animals that we love. Many ozone treatment options should be done under the care of a knowledgeable veterinarian. However, some ozone treatment options can be performed at home, like Ozone Rectal Insufflation.
What is Ozone Rectal insufflation?
In the 1930s, Payr and Aubourg, European physicians, were the first to introduce rectal insufflation as an Ozone application method. Ozone Rectal Insufflation is one of the safest methods of ozone application, making it an ideal holistic treatment option for many types of diseases afflicting animals. Side effects are virtually non-existent and little to no pain and discomfort is experienced.
In this method of application, ozone is applied to the animal inside the rectum. After being applied to the rectum, the ozone is absorbed into the intestine. Administration is very easy, and many people can treat their animals in their own home in a loving and friendly environment.
What materials are needed to get started?
The O3 Vets Ozone Administration Kit contains the ozone resistant insufflation bag, catheter, and syringes. You will also need:
- oxygen tank (with oxygen tubing)
- ozone generator
What do I need to know to get started?
If you’re new to holistic therapies, it’s very normal and expected to be nervous about it. Rectal insufflation is practiced around the world and is very easy and safe.
Concentration: 35 μg/ ml
Total ml to administer: 35 ml per lb
Frequency: 2 times per week
# of Treatments 10-20
You will need to set your machine to produce the proper concentration of ozone. Afterwards, connect your insufflation bag to the device and produce the ozone. Once the bag is filled, disconnect the bag from the ozone generator and connect the catheter. Use a lubricant such as olive oil to lubricate the catheter. Insert the catheter into the rectum and slowly apply the ozone. Check out the following links or contact us for more information!
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