Ozone Therapy for treating a tumor on a paw

Dr. Jean Hofve

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How about an Assisi Loop? Slip it under the affected area when they are resting and likely to be in that spot for a while (treatment duration is 15 minutes). It would increase blood flow, and hence healing factors, to the area.
 

GinnyW

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I couId use some guidance here; I'm thoroughly convinced about the efficacy of the olive oil preparations. But wondering how to pick the best one. I'm not - yet - in a position to consider purchasing my own generator, but would like any tips on how to pick a product for general use and experimentation. Thank you in advance!

ginny
 

Dr. Jeff

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Great question Ginny. My inclination is to say. that the fresher the better. @ChristineL may have researched this.

Does your vet have an 03 generator? If she does, maybe she'll charge some olive oil for you.
 

GinnyW

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Nope, vet can't help. So I ordered some, since I got no info here either. I will, however, keep y'all informed as to what it does for us. No cancer here, but little skin stuff on us both.

Life is a great experiment.
 

ChristineL

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Hi @GinnyW So sorry for the delay in posting - I just saw this (didn't get the email notification).

I have a Hummingbird Kit by O3Vets - it's the most affordable generator out there based on my research about 2 years ago. O3Vets is recommended also by many holistic vets. However, you can always buy a "human" version (although they're the same). I don't make ozonated oil myself (to me, it's too much work) - I get them from PureO3. They're quite affordable.
 

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