Tulsa Major Autohemotherapy (MAH)

Major Autohemotherapy (MAH)

Major Autohemotherapy (or MAH) involves extracting a patient’s blood, mixing the blood with both saline and medical grade ozone gas, and returning the blood to the patient through an IV drip. By enhancing the patient’s cell biology through the interaction of blood with ozone, this service creates an overall healing effect while promoting general wellness.

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Benefits of Major Autohemotherapy | Dr. Washatka

Major Autohemotherapy has many benefits, including, but not limited to, the following:

 

  • Increases the patient’s ability to fight infections and disease
  • Increases the patient’s oxygenated blood and circulation of oxygen to cells throughout the body
  • Decreases the body’s toxic load
  • Encourages proper blood flow and formation
  • Increases the flexibility of the patient’s red blood cell membrane
  • Fights against viruses, fungi, and mold
  • Increases the efficacy of the patient’s immune system

 

A high-dose vitamin push typically follows each Major Autohemotherapy treatment. MAH has a cumulative effect. Because of this, patients will continue to experience the effects through subsequent treatments.

What is Major Autohemotherapy? | Dr. Washatka

While many of our patients are unfamiliar with Major Autohemotherapy, it is a time-tested approach that holistic practitioners worldwide utilize. Autohemotherapy, or self-blood therapy, is a safe and efficient way to stimulate the immune system, treat various diseases, and fight against disease and inflammation.

 

Major Autohemotherapy can be provided as a stand-alone service or combined with other treatments for a well-rounded treatment plan. As with any of our services, the ultimate goal is to treat the underlying cause of illness or pain while providing relief from the symptoms our patients are experiencing.

 

Dr. Washatka utilizes Major Autohemotherapy to treat a variety of conditions in patients of all ages. To receive this service, you must be an established patient of Dr. Washatka. For more information regarding Major Autohemotherapy or other services, contact our team today!