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Where Can You Find Affordable RHP / EBOO clinics?

by | Jan 29, 2020 | mercury, mercury chelation, ozone therapy | 30 comments

If you have read Ed McCabe’s book “Flood your body with oxygen”, you may be wondering where you can get it done without breaking the bank.

The most affordable clinics which offer EBO are in India, Indonesia, and Thailand where EBOO costs between US$80 and US$150.

Here are the exact locations:

Affordable ozone clinics:

1. Bali, Indonesia

There are 2 clinics in Bali, Indonesia, which offer RHP / EBOO, one in Ubud, the other in Kuta. The one in Ubud is strongly recommended over the one in Kuta. The area around Ubud is nicer. The one around Kuta seems to be less safe. They also offer other ozone modalities like RI (rectal insufflations), EI (ear insufflations), VI (vaginal insufflations), Vit C drips  


Phone: +62-(0)81238225508

Phone: +62-(0)361-8751923

Fax: +62-(0)361-767619  

This is the address of the clinic in Kuta:

Sunset Road #89,

Kuta, Bali


bali ozone clinic

Flyer of the Ozone clinic in Bali which offers RHP / EBOO sessions at around US$ 160 per treatment. Picture taken from


2. Heilen Medical Wellness, Philipines

Upper Basement 111 Paseo De Roxas Bldg.

Paseo de Roxas St. cor. Legazpi St., Legaspi Village

1229 Makati City, Philippines

Tel. no.: +632.541.1923

Mobile: +63.917.866.5226



EBOO / RHP: $120

Oxygen IVs (Oxyven): $60


3. East Coast Hospitals, India

No 1, Paris Nagar Moolakulam Puducherry – 605 010 INDIA

Call: +91-413-2297800, +91-413-2297801 +91-413-2297802  

Dr. G. Rabindranath, MBBS, FRCP (GLASGOW),

Senior Consultant Nephrologist for Second Opinion


Cost of one RHP / EBOO session: around USD 150  


4. Dr. Welly’s Clinic, Bali, Indonesia


Bellagio  Boutique Mall – UG-10

Kawasan Mega Kuningan Barat Kav E4-3

Kuningan Timur, Setia Budi, Jakarta Selatan 12950

Website :

For info :

For info :

Tel. (021) 300 66556,  

Mobile Tel. 0816904284

Cost of one RHP / EBOO session: around USD 125


5. Lotus Wellbeing, Bangalore, India


Cost of one RHP / EBOO session: around USD 97


6. LDr. K.R. Karnam, M.B.B.S., Mumbai, India

Karnam Clinic

Block 10, Row A1&2, Transit Camp

Dharavi, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400017


Tel: 91 22 24071894


Cost of one RHP / EBOO session: around USD 82


7. Dr. Pravin Patel’s Anti-Aging Clinic, Vadodara, Gujarat, India

A-1, Surbhi Bunglows,

Behind Overseas Avenue,

Opp. Cinemax,

Lilleria Restaurant Lane,

Race Course, Vadodara – 390007

Telephone (0265)-6585888
Cell + 91 99090 01785

Cost of one RHP / EBOO session: around USD 120

One EBOO treatment lasts around 1 hour 15 min, during which around 1,000 ml of blood are ozonated at a concentration of 3 to 5 mcg/ml.


Disclaimer: I’ve never visited any of the clinics listed below. In the Facebook group “The Ozone Group” you will meet people who have.

A great review of Indonasian EBOO clinics by a former patient can be also found on this page.

If you know of any other clinic which offers affordable RHP / EBOO treatments, please let us know at  


About the author:

PaolaI’m Paola the Crazy Old Ozone Lady behind The Power of Ozone. I’m a licensed naturopathic practitioner, natural health consultant, ozone therapy enthusiast, researcher, and ozone therapy analyst. I hold certificates in ozone therapy, hyperbaric ozone applications, Oxyvenierung, and the Andrew Cutler chelation. I own several ozone generators including a German hyperbaric 10 Pass machine. I have been using ozone for over 13 years, I’ve chelated with the ACC program for close to 5 years and I’ve been carnivore for nearly 1.5 years. This website serves as a resource for those who are interested in ozone therapy and other approaches to successfully manage chronic conditions. 

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    • Paola Dziwetzki

      Hi Tina,

      in that article I also included an update. It is right at the top of the article. Did you read it?


    • naz

      Hi Paola,
      I have looking into ozone therapy to help my son who has autism, Lyme, candida, PANs, aged 10.
      We recently traveled to Cyprus and did twice a week 20 pass sessions for 2 weeks only. In that time no changes we considering trying EBOO but maybe also do additional 20 pass sessions.

      Your article has me worried too !, due you have any experience or knowledge of successful protocols to help children with autism?
      many thanks

  1. Karl

    Hello Paola… Di you KNow If EBOO will filter out Gadolinium? Thanks for the help

    • Paola Dziwetzki

      Hi Karl,
      I’m sorry I don’t know this …
      But if I was gadolinium poisoned I would probably do a liver detox with a low Vitamin A diet, no Vit A supplements, lactoferrin, ALA, thiamine, zinc, magnesium, milk thistle.

    • Karl

      Thanks Paola…More and More of these clinics are offering eboo in the usa. One just got a machine down the road from me in Irvine, Ca. I’m trying to get them to test and see if it will filter out the nano sized toxic gadolinium ion. Out of curiosity how much do these machines cost if you know? I heard Mercola the other day say he just bought one.

      Why no Vitamin A by the way ? I eat carrots every day :/



    • Karl

      Thank you Paola….you have been much more helpful than my local eboo clinic. At $1500+ a pop they are making up that $20K in no time !

  2. Alex Turbiner

    What to do for those who do not have money to use ozone therapy? only for myself! in this way plants and animals survive; they cannot show solidarity and compassion for other plants and animals. But animals and plants are just intermediate organisms created by Nature to achieve the main goal – the appearance of Homo sapiens. Our being at the level of satisfying the instincts of plants and animals has already led to mass degradation of humanity, and this is only the beginning of the process. There is no doubt that very soon people will face total self-destruction of each other. I believe that it is better to die, but not live according to the norms, laws of the state and morality established by bandits, thieves and mentally retarded degenerates. Everyone who takes part in the election of state power is a criminal, a murderer and a moronic creature ..

  3. NAEL

    Is EBOO allowed in the U.S., and if so do you know of any clinics offering it in the U.S.?

    • paola d

      Hi Nael,
      I don’t know of any clinics in the US who offer this, sorry.
      I believe there are some in the Caribbean though …

    • Sherry

      There is one in Scottsdale, AZ
      Detox for

    • Paola Dziwetzki

      How much do they charge, do you know?

    • Paola Dziwetzki

      Awesome, thanks!

  4. Eoin

    Hi Paola, Do you know if there is anyone in South America, Central America or Mexico doing EBOO RHP treatments? Cheers 🙂

    • Eoin

      Thanks 🙂

    • paola d

      and also this place: . I believe they are in Mexico, US$ 1,200 / 1,800 for one EBOO.

    • Eoin

      Cool. Could you take my last name out in my previous question as I like to remain anonymous and just be Eoin 🙂 Cheers. So I guess you would recommend 10 pass over EBOO/RHP right? Cheers 🙂

    • paola d

      Hi Eoin,

      I took out your last name.

      It depends what one is treating.

      Right now there is a good amount of hype around the 10 pass. Which reminds me of the hype around RHP from a few years ago. One needs to wait and see if it is justified.


  5. Medical Travelling

    Hi Paola. This is Tuukka, the guy from Finland. I don’t know if you still remember, but I was in contact with you some years ago concerning the Enaly ozone machine and Kröber O2. I see from your latest post you’ve got the Kröber too:) I have made my own site out of my experiences. It’s more travel oriented, but there are some general tips for home use as well.

    Here is my review of the Bali clinics that you have listed in this post for those who are interested to have a closer look at the place.

    I also referred and linked to your site on that article if people want to get critical reference besides the hype.

    • paola d

      Hi Tuukka,
      yes I remember you!
      Great blog and great article. Thanks for the shout-out 😀 .
      I added a link to your article into my article.
      By the way: feeling great on oral DMSA is significant for mercury toxicity. Doesn’t matter if one never had amalgam fillings. Many people are profoundly mercury toxic without ever having had amalgams …
      The link to the interview with Dr. Maslennikov is not working though. I would love to listen to it. Do you have a working one by any chance?
      And yes, I now also have a Kröber machine. It works great.
      Great to hear from you!

    • paola d

      I read your story in the About section. So you’re on the Cutler protocol, too! Great.
      And great that you came around the “right way” how to do it.
      Just a note: EDTA can bind to mercury and cause mobilization and redistribution, so it’s not recommended by Cutler.

      How many rounds have you completed already?

    • Medical Travelling

      Thanks for the response, support and hint about the broken link! I corrected it.

      Anyway, I guess the EDTA thing is somewhat controversial. Like I wrote I got good results even if I took relatively high single doses of ALA and DMSA on those days when I received the EDTA drip. I took them like 2-3 times a week. I think it was like 200-300mg ALA and 200mg DMSA given before the drip started and everything went well for two months when I was in India. Or actually I took the ALA every day before breakfast before going to the clinic and the DMSA caps right before the drip only on those days when getting the IV EDTA. But later when I messed up things on my own I experimented taking 300mg ALA multiple times per day and that was huge mistake although it felt great the first week or two. EDTA was not used that time. So it was my fault and not related to any of those clinics I reviewed.

      Maybe I should change the line where I wrote EDTA IV can be taken simultaneously with correct Cutler protocol as I haven’t tried it like that, but I made conclusion of the experience as described above with higher single doses.(too high frequent ones are not good though) In my experience those substances do not chemically counteract, but work like dividing the tasks; DMSA draws more mercury while EDTA draws more lead and other stuff. And while it may also lightly bind with mercy on it’s own, it won’t matter so much as DMSA is present to take care of it if taken simultaneously. But I haven’t checked the half life of both whether they are equivalent, but I think EDTA is taking longer to get out of the system. Both are heavy stuff for our bodies so maybe it’s better not to do them the same time, or just take DMSA with EDTA to prevent problems with mercury, either one higher dose at the time of administrating EDTA or try the frequent low dose way when some amount of DMSA is surely in blood until EDTA is gone.

      I don’t know, this is just my experience, maybe it’s not correct and I don’t argue if someone has got worse by such protocol.

      Probably the Cutler protocol is enough for most heavy metals, but EDTA can do other good things so that’s why I find it highly beneficial.

      I am now at around 29th round, but I may have miscounted. It can be 30th or 28th:-) I had some failed rounds when I had to stop as my alarm did not work or I did not wake up when it alerted over night. And sometimes, at least twice, I have waited 11 days between the rounds.

    • paola d

      I would like to contact you via email. Do you still check your h****** email account? I have some questions regarding the ozone generator you promote on your blog …

    • Medical Travelling

      Yes, that e-mail still works. Feel free to use it.

    • John

      Dear Doctor,
      I have been very interested in RHP, but now there seems to be so many side effects.
      I would like information from you.
      Thank you very much.
      Cell Phone. 424-350-9046
      Calif. Time.

    • paola d

      Hi John,

      not sure who you are addressing, because I’m not a doctor.
      Not sure you read the article, and especially the Update at the beginning.
      RHP/EBOO do not have many side-effects, it’s the other therapies which are often given together with RHP which are risky, not the RHP itself.

      If you’d like to have more information, feel free to book a Skype call with me:



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