Infusion bottle with IV solution in hospital

Autohemotherapy is a technique used all over the world to boost the immune system.


The technique is very simple. A small amount of blood is withdrawn from a vein, and re-introduced into a muscle by injection. This creates a tiny inflammatory response which acts very much like a wound. Muscle is slightly injured by the injection, since the needle used (no matter how small the gauge) is larger than capillaries. Injured capillaries leak calls platelets into the tissues, thus triggering the release of growth factors and inflammatory proteins. The immune system is now activated. If there are foreign proteins in the blood, these proteins are picked up by antigen presenting cells and given to the T cells of the immune system to make the appropriate antibodies.

And voilà – effectively we have created a vaccine. If the proteins belong to cancer cells, we have created an effective vaccine against cancer. And because we repeat the autohemotherapy frequently, every injection contains fresh proteins. We are not risking making a vaccine to something which is no longer relevant – the major drawback of conventional cancer vaccines.

Major autohemotherapy or MAH

MAH is similar to an IV vitamin drip.  The difference is that your blood is first withdrawn from your vein into an IV bag, then medical ozone is infused into the bag.  After your blood and ozone are mixed together in the bag, the mixture will be dripped back into your vein.  As a result, no Ozone actually enters your bloodstream.  Rather the biological byproduct of the external mixing of your blood with ozone (ozinides, etc.) are actually creating the healing effect.

What are the Indications for MAH?

  • Chronic Fatigue and CF
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Chemical Sensitivities
  • Chronic Allergies
  • LYME Disease
  • Osteo and Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Auto Immune Disease
  • Heart and Vascular Disease
  • Peripheral Artery Disease
  • Dementia and Cebreal Vascular Disease
  • Post Stroke
  • Diabetic Circulatory Disease
  • Cancer (Complementary concept in oncology)
  • Asthma and COPD
  • Hepatitis B and C
  • Herpes simplex and herpes zoster (shingles)
  • Eye Diseases especially retinopathies
  • Infections (viral, bacterial, fungal)
  • Low Immunity
  • Acute hearing loss (vascular only)
  • Tinnnitus (vascular only)

Who cannot receive MAH?

  • Those with a Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency (favism, acute hemolytic anemia).  This is a rare condition pre-screened prior to treatment.
  • Hyperthyroidism if not controlled
  • The first 3 months of pregnancy
    MAH is not indicated in leukemia

How often and how many treatments are required?

The frequency is usually 1-3 times per week.  The number of treatments can be up to 20 depending on the severity of the condition, age, and associated health problems.

Are there any side effects with the treatment?

You may experience slight detox symptoms especially if you a have viral, bacterial or fungal component to your illness.  This is usually characterized by short term fatigue, hot and cold sensations, muscle or body aches (flu like symptoms).

What should I expect after a treatment?

MAH is an extremely beneficial medical therapy that has a long history of use in the US and especially Europe.  The reported benefits are increased energy, enhanced immune function, improved circulation, and less pain.