After the first day of therapy, the ozone nurse, Yamile, was able to explain to my grandpa in Spanish that there was another way to do ozone therapy, and I decided to do it the other way because I didn’t like the massive needle she had to use — it’s similar to having plasma drawn.
Even though the ozone therapy process wasn’t fun, the results were so worth it! In addition to getting back vision, we learned that Cuba uses ozone for other things, including as a natural antibiotic. I discovered the great part of that too, as I usually get strep throat in February, and that year, I didn’t get sick at all. The effects of the ozone stayed in my system for at least 3 months, and it was wonderful to feel so good!
We loved learning about ozone therapy and its many benefits so much that when we returned to the States, we invested in our own ozone machine so I could continue to reap the benefits without needing to return to Cuba.