4 Conditions EBOO Treatments Can BenefitEBOO, which stands for extracorporeal blood oxygenation and ozonation, is a unique and innovative form of ozone therapy which has gained prominence over the last few years. It heals and detoxifies by stimulating oxygen metabolism, activating the immune system, and eliminating viruses, fungi, bacteria, yeast, and protozoa. EBOO is the most advanced form of ozone treatment available today. For over a century, EBOO has effectively and safely been utilized as a part of an overall treatment plan for many conditions. Here are 4 conditions that EBOO treatments can benefit.

1. Cardiovascular Disease and EBOO

Did you know that cardiovascular disease is still the number one cause of death amongst both men and women in the United States? In fact, 1 in every 4 deaths can be attributed to heart disease.

While most healthy bodies filter blood through the liver and kidneys, chemicals and toxins can build up and these organs aren’t able to filter out everything. These toxins therefore end up in places like the brain, heart, and elsewhere, and wreak havoc on our bodies.

The EBOO treatment involves filtering blood through an external filtration system while providing it with oxygen which helps the blood regain its energy before it goes back into your body.

2. Lyme Disease and EBOO

Lyme disease is transmitted through the bite of an infected blacklegged tick. Ticks can be found in grassy areas, and hikers are warned about them often. Symptoms of lyme disease can include fever, headache, fatigue, and a characteristic skin rash. If left untreated, the lyme disease infection can spread to joints, the heart, and the nervous system.

EBOO has been found to be an excellent reliever of Lyme disease symptoms including inflammation, fatigue, neuropathy, and brain fog. This disease can be absolutely debilitating for people and EBOO has given many a chance to get back to normal life.

3. Chronic Hepatitis and EBOO

Chronic hepatitis is the inflammation of the liver and can last for at least 6 months, and then persist for years or even decades. For some people with chronic hepatitis, continued inflammation over long periods of time can slowly damage the liver and lead to cirrhosis (severe scarring of the liver), liver failure, and sometimes liver cancer.

EBOO can help relieve common symptoms caused by chronic hepatitis such as feeling ill, having a poor appetite, and experiencing fatigue, which can help people suffering lead a more normal lifestyle.

4. Diabetes and EBOO

Did you know that 11 million Canadian are living with diabetes or prediabetes? Diabetes is a disease where your body either can’t produce insulin or can’t properly utilize the insulin it produces. Insulin regulates the amount of glucose (sugar) in the blood, which must be carefully regulated in order to keep your body running smoothly.

Diabetes symptoms vary depending on your blood sugar levels at any given time as well as which type of diabetes you have. Some symptoms can include fatigue, irritability, blurred vision, and frequent infections, all of which can have a negative impact on daily life.

EBOO treatments help diabetes patients by improving oxygen delivery to the tissues, resulting in improved circulation. It helps to reduce insulin resistance by correcting oxidative stress and gives the body better sugar and infection control.

What to Expect from an EBOO Treatment

These are just a few of the conditions that EBOO treatments can help. When you book an appointment for EBOO ozone therapy at American Regenerative Clinic, you can expect your blood to be drawn from one vein, passed through an EBOO dialysis filter, ozonated in stages, and then reintroduced to your body via another vein. The entire process takes approximately 1 hour to complete and it occurs within a closed system, eliminating the possibility of contamination.

If you think EBOO could be the right treatment for you, talk to your physician and then speak to us about it. Call us to book an appointment at American Regenerative Clinic, or if you have questions about any of our treatments.

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