Plasma Filtration Detox
Anatara Medicine offers advanced blood-based oxygen therapies.
Our world, more than ever before in human history, has become increasingly and often irreversibly more toxic. Most people are terribly depleted in essential nutrients while concurrently being exposed to toxic inorganic chemicals, pesticides, heavy metals and biotoxins. In turn, humans have become far more susceptible to chronic infectious diseases, chemical sensitivities, immune, endocrine and/or metabolic dysregulation. In the setting of such toxicity, patients now require more foundational and targeted treatments to achieve the same results that decades ago were solved with less aggressive medical interventions.
Plasma Filtration Detox at Anatara Medicine is one of the only clinics in the world capable of implementing this new cutting-edge application of traditional EBOO (Extracorporeal Blood Oxygenation and Ozonation) whereby instead we use a true plasma separation filter to remove plasma. Unlike the traditional EBOO filter which is designed to increase surface area of blood to ozone but not appreciably removing toxins, this procedure can effectively remove plasma which harbors many toxins from mold, pesticides, airborne solvents/pollutants, inflammatory proteins, and autoimmune antibodies while simultaneously ozonating the blood. Like more traditional EBOO, the procedure has an outflow line and an inflow line requiring an IV placement in each arm. The amount and concentration of ozone is significantly less than with other EBOO-based procedures. Due to the relatively low amount of ozone, this procedure is well-tolerated and beneficial for patients with multiple chemical sensitivities, complex chronic diseases including Lyme/Bartonella, histamine/MAST cell syndrome, post-vaccination injury and post-COVID/long-haulers syndrome. The goal is to be able to effectively and gently filter out inflammatory proteins, autoimmune antibodies and toxins trapped in the plasma portion of the blood in a safe out-patient setting. This average 1-hour procedure is significantly better tolerated versus hospital-based 4–6-hour apheresis/plasmapheresis (3,000ml) due to less overall plasma extraction (400-700ml) hence faster recovery time.