Combined Effect of Ozone and Xenon against Lyme-like symptoms

At the 2019 International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society ILADS Conference in Boston – the largest Lyme disease conference in the world – Dr Dulitsky, Phd MD from The Ozone Clinic Australia gave a presentation on the topic: ‘The Combined Effect of Ozone + Xenon against Lyme Disease.’

Speaking at the conference, Dr Dulitsky was well received because integrative practitioners and patients are always looking for new, effective treatments because conventional treatments for Lyme disease such as antibiotics are not working for many people.

There are millions of people all over the world with chronic Lyme disease and antibiotics have been shown to be largely ineffective in the treatment of this disease. In his presentation, Dr Dulitsky showed the results from a study carried out by the Krasnoyarsky State University in Russia, which found this new treatment of the combination of ozone and xenon to be effective – but also gentle on patients so they were able to have the treatment without suffering a strong Herxheimer reaction.

Lyme LDAA Blog - ozone and xenon comparison

This slide shows a patient’s blood before (left) and after they received a series of treatments consisting of xenon gas inhalation and salinated ozone IVs. The study found a high percentage of people were much better after receiving this treatment. Dr Dulitsky explained how the combination of ozone and xenon is able to target most of the existing infections a patient has including intracellular parasites, mould, fungus, bacteria and viruses.

He said the detoxifying effect of the treatment helps with general recovery.

Some extra points Dr Dulitsky made were:

  • Borrelia and co-infections are increasingly resisting to common antibiotics.
  • Long term use of antibiotic therapy suppresses the immune system.
  • Immune system improvement is one of the most important goals in the strategy of treatment of Lyme disease and Coinfections.
  • Ozone and xenon are also effective in treating intracellular parasites, mould, biofilm and opportunistic infections.
  • The changes in microbiota and microbiome triggers dysregulation in multiple functions in our organism.

What is Xenon and how does it work?

Dr Dulitsky explained that xenon (Xe) is an inert gas which has multiple applications in modern medicine. He said most of the research on the medical use of xenon has been done in Russia and it’s been found to have a broad spectrum of therapeutic effects.

“According to multiple studies in Russia, xenon has demonstrated a number of therapeutic properties: analgesic, anti-hypoxic, immune-modulatory, anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidative, anti-viral, antibacterial, neuro-protective, anti-depressive, etc,” he added.

“This broad spectrum of therapeutic effects, combined with the safety of xenon, make it an ideal therapeutic agent. At the same time, multiple publications have shown that medical ozone has powerful antibacterial, anti-viral, and immune-modulating properties as well. Ozone therapy already has shown itself to be a powerful tool against tick-born infections so when you combine it with xenon, the treatment becomes even more powerful,” said Dr Dulitsky.

After Dr Dulitsky’s presentation at ILADS, many doctors and other practitioners from around the world asked him for more information about these treatments for their patients.

These therapies are available at the Ozone Clinic Australia in Castle Hill, Sydney.

Dr Dulitsky’s full presentation