HOT – Haematogenous Oxidation Therapy
The Haematogenous Oxidation Therapy should only be performed by an experienced practitioner. In this therapy, blood is removed from the vein, mixed with highly concentrated oxygen and finally irradiated with UV light. Eventually, this “treated” blood is injected back into the vein.
The Haematogenous oxidation therapy is an intense stimulation therapy. The idea is to trigger an intense stimulation in the body by greatly boosting the formation of free radicals (also called oxygen radicals) in the blood to force an immune response. HOT has had considerable success in connection with very specific syndromes such as circulation problems and immune system disorders, etc. Before this therapy is performed, patients should have more than adequate reserves of energy available, as initial reactions could otherwise lead to serious side effects.