April 27, 2011
Cure an infected tick
When Stacy (not her real name) first came to see us in January, her shoulder was a mess. On Sunday, January 15, a tick bit her shoulder. She removed the tick, but the bite immediately blossomed into a major problem. The site became ulcerated. An ugly, painful, purple rash extended from the bite down to her elbow. She was unable to raise her arm to comb her hair.
My wife and I heard of the problem the next day and encouraged her to see us that day. As a close personal friend, we were even willing to treat her at home. We told her she’d see results that she could never believe possible. “You’ll call them miraculous at first, but they’re not miracles, just getting the body to heal.” But she had worked as a medical assistant in conventional doctors’ offices, so she was more comfortable waiting until Tuesday when the office was open.
When she arrived, the wound was really nasty looking. I don’t know if the tick carried Lyme disease — but this was not Lyme. Lyme doesn’t cause such an acute and violent reaction. I suggested ozone or UBI (ultraviolet therapy). She chose ozone for its speed.
We started her treatment at 11:00 a.m. By 2:00 p.m. the ugly purple rash had retreated halfway up her upper arm. By 5:00 p.m., she could do jumping jacks with her arm. When I saw her again on Thursday, nothing was left but a very small healing scab at the bite site. Stacy had experienced her own “miracle.”
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A fellow oxidative physician reported at a meeting how he used oxidation on a brown recluse spider bite. Brown recluse bites, while not fatal, are a nightmare. Tissues in the area of the bite become necrotic (dead). Local tissue damage is extensive. Conventional medicine has little to offer. Using UBI for one or two sessions, he completely cured the bite!
In our case, we were able to give Stacy the most advanced form of ozone therapy available. It’s called “hyperbaric ozone therapy.” We literally pump oxygen/ozone gas into a bottle containing about 200 cc of blood under pressure. This gives a far better mix than conventional ozone treatments.
I’ll admit, even I was taken aback by how fast this one worked. I didn’t expect one treatment to do the job on such a nasty wound. Ozone is one of the best activators of the immune system, and improves circulation.
I train doctors across the planet in this particular ozone method and will soon be posting a list of those so trained on the newsletter website www.secondopinionnewsletter.com. If you’d like to get your integrative physician into “hyperdrive,” please take him/her this article. He’ll know how to contact me.
In the meantime, I always suggest that you learn where the closest doctor is who does oxidation therapy. Insect and spider bites can happen to any of us at anytime. If there’s not one close by, a non-oxidative integrative physician can get you significant help with high-dose intravenous vitamin C, which acts as an oxidation therapy. You can find doctors who practice oxidation at www.acam.org, www.icimed.com, and www.oxygenhealingtherapies.com.