posted on Jun, 29 2016 @ 02:26 PM
Hello. This is part 2 about a new technique called, sort of, HB03. This technique is so new that it doesn't even have an official name yet, as not
that many doctors are doing it, but at least a very good link to it is in your neck of the woods.
So, I was saying earlier that cancer does not like oxygen. Also, by the time that "cancer" is diagnosed, we can often expect that a number of other
factors have taken place such as some unknown or undiscovered viruses or fungal or bacterial concerns. Not always, but sometimes. Consider that the
immune system is somewhat compromised so such nasties are there, ready to be a secondary or tertiary concern, and your body needs all of its best
resources right now.
Cancer "hijacks" the body's metabolism, turning into an anaerobic system, rather than an aerobic energy efficient system, as it was before. Any of the
oxidative therapies are aimed at reversing this, but HB03 is the best technique that we have seen to date.
Here is how it's done:
The newest technique is "Dr. Lahodny's technique" whereby an IV catheter is inserted into the patient. About 200 cc's of blood are withdrawn into a
sterilized vacuum bottle. Once there, it is mixed with ozone produced from medical grade oxygen, under pressure (please, this is against all you've
heard about ozone, I get that, but this is not the same ozone you hear about with air pollution). The blood is then put back into the patient via the
same IV catheter. Immediately, more blood is removed via the same technique, and treated with this ozone/oxygen under pressure, also known as
hyperbaric ozone therapy, and a few other names, again, as it is that new. Dr. Lahodny's technique will do up to 10 of these passes in one outpatient
office visit. The number of treatments total would be up to the doctor and the condition being treated.
A variation of this technique, that we did in our own clinic for many years, was to take the withdrawn blood that was in the vacuum bottle and to then
introduce ozone into it via a y-connector, and then to pass this blood through a thin crystal tube that was then exposed to UV light. This blood was
then reintroduced back into the patient. We would do just one pass, perhaps three times a week, but this would vary.
Here is some of the listed effects:
The immune system is activated
It improves oxygen utilization
It helps create ATP (energy production in general)
It inactivates Viruses, Bacteria, Yeast, Parasites and Protozoa
Normalizes hormone and Enzyme Production
Reduces Inflammation and pain
Oxidizes Toxins, Facilitating their excretion
Cleans arteries and veins, improving circulation
Dissolution of malignant tumors
Scavenger free radicals
Also, at this conference that we are in the process of returning from, the doctors there were of the opinion that Dr. Lahodny's technique stimulates
stem cell production but I don't know what their thinking was behind this -- just that they were of one accord in that thinking, and they are in the
process of getting blood work done to verify that theory.
It if were us, we would be looking for a combination of Dr. Lahodny's technique, plus IPT, along with a hair analysis to see what unknown toxins may
be present or what proportions the minerals may be imbalanced from, as 100% of our cancer patients were suffering from mineral deficiencies but you
need to know which ones. And finally some sort of allergy testing as we also discovered that 100% of our cancer patients had hidden allergies, and we
are trying to address a full court press to offset the total body burden.
I am writing this from the train platform in California and it will take three days to get back to Texas where we will get some links off of our main