Video: Treatment modalities at Oasis of Hope, part 2 of 4

Ozone therapy. This is the same minor or major autohemo therapy I told you Dr. Lodi does in AZ even though it is not yet FDA approved. (His staff injected it into my backside, though. OW. It’s on video. I just haven’t shared it with you.) In Mexico, they removed a bag of my blood, shook oxygen into it, and passed it through a tube under a UV light as it went back into my arm.

Check out the video here:

When ozone, or O3 (one more molecule compared to O2 known as oxygen), is added to blood, hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) is produced. Several exciting things happen that help healthy tissues and hurt diseased tissues. First, oxygen is increased in the tissues, especially in tumor tissues where there is little or no oxygen. Second, it dilates blood vessels, improving oxygen flow. Third, it inhibits angiogenesis, or the formation of new blood vessels to feed the tumor. Fourth, when hydrogen peroxide penetrates white blood cells, assassins called cytokines are produced. All of these are critical functions in killing a tumor or slowing its growth.

In addition to ozone’s potent effect by itself, it also strengthens the body if a patient will be undergoing chemotherapy. In Japan, patients are often prepared for two months before surgeries to strengthen the immune system. In some countries, patients’ tumor biopsy is tested (in a lab in Germany) with various chemotherapies, to find out which ones the cells are immune to, and which ones the cells are susceptible to.

When I learn of things like this, I am no longer surprised that the U.S. has only the 47th lowest mortality rate in the world. We are nothing short of callous in the way we treat cancer patients. It’s a national disgrace. We do nothing for them before, nothing for them after. The suffering is epic in scope. I am hoping for a cancer treatment revolution, where we focus on prevention and demand integrative care. Where we throw out the most expensive protocols which happen to be deadly and ineffective anyway.

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  1. Second question, have you learned anything about natural pain management in your travels like the chap in the previous video was talking about? I have heard for joint and back pain serapeptase and MSM is a good natural pain relief. I would guess cancer patients suffer a lot of pain so have you learned anything in your travels about natural pain relief that we can use?

    Cheers!

    NP

  2. Robyn, great video. What does this treatment cost? For those without cancer, would you suggest doing it on a regular basis and if so how often? Is there anywhere that does it in the US or do you have to go to Mexico to have it done? Of all your travels, is there anything you intend to add to your regular life as it were that you have taken away from your travels similar to this? Very enjoyable following your travels. NP

  3. Grace….what a nice comment you left. I too am tired of seeing folks die needlessly. Not here promoting any religion or anything but want to share God’s view on it all with all of you readers. Genesis 1:29 God tells us to eat from the garden and the nuts and seeds. God, the creator of all…should He know whats best for us? Give it some thought and pray on the issue.

    I also have witnessed folks die as a result of the chemo given to them, not the cancer they were battling. It is like an assembly line up there. 8 am and all chairs are filled and the medicine lines are dripping non stop. When one client leaves another QUICKLY fills that seat. I had the opportunity to view the box with the DAILY meds for that day in it. You could surely smell the sickening smell of that box of medicine. ( POISONS!)

    The cure does lie within ourselves for optimum health and healing. Remove the offending substances ( chemicals, meat, dairy, sugars, etc.)…and allow the body to fully heal with its own given mechanisms. My prayer is for all reading to gain wisdom to empower themselves to take accountablilty and become victors over disease. Go Green Smoothies…..I call them the Fast Food of the 2010’s!

  4. Hi Robyn, this is a little off topic also – I was wondering if you were going to be doing an update on your Vitamin D progress in the near future (after this winter is over)? I thought I recalled reading that you were going to up your intake to 5,000 IU and see how your numbers look. I want to take a D supplement but don’t know which brand I should go with to minimize possible side effects and whether D2 is really effective and safe as D3. Thank you…

  5. Hi Robyn, I was thinking of you this week. The lovely (I mean that sincerely) Paula Dean’s diagnosis of Type II diabetes. What an opportunity to take responsibility for your health! Instead, she said “I don’t blame myself,” and claimed that she was only making an effort to teach poor how to cook for their families. Well what do the poor do when they get diabetes? They certainly can’t afford the $500/month drug Ms. Dean is now promoting. (On a side note, I would prefer my tax dollars NOT go to researching, developing, and purchasing drugs for diseases that can be prevented, treated, and CURED with diet.) I think this story highlights why your work is so important. My argument for food is not only about my own health, but the welfare of our country, burdened by costly disease and an impractical food supply. Who is really trying to help budgeting families? That would be you. Thank you.

  6. If a single picture is worth a 1.000 words, then a 5 min. video is worth a 100,000! Excellent show and tell on ozone and ultraviolet therapies. I know you can’t do any of these medical procedures at home but my take away from your session is to up my vitamin C intake by a bunch of grams. (maybe Linus Pauling was correct after all). By the way the camera was starting to make you look a little queasy, so I hope all went well with the rest of the treatment.

  7. Wow, very informative stuff Robyn. I wish we could all do even a couple of these procedures as a preventative measure. I do loads of Green smoothies but my immune system still sucks. Working on building some of the good bacteria back up. 🙂

  8. Robyn,

    This is a little off topic, but I was wondering if you had any research about diet or other methods for ovarian cysts. Or, if you haven’t done any research, maybe you know of some good research out there you could recommend reading?

    Thanks!

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