Integrative Blood Health Protocols


The HHO® protocol takes place in 3 stages:

1.Hemoperfusion: advanced filtering of the blood 

2. Hyperthermia: controlled warming of the blood

3. Oxygenator: enriching the blood with oxygen.

In the first stage all blood is filtered multiple times via hemoperfusion. The blood is guided through a special cartridge resin filter. This special filter has an area of approximately 65,000 m2. The filter removes molecules within a defined size range from the blood. These can be, for example, blood clots, pollutants and proteins (eg Spike proteins, agonistic autoantibodies). Multiple environmental toxins and heavy metals can also be eliminated. There are a total of 9 different adsorber filter with high-tech polymer beads available to which the freely pollutants are attached and up to 3 filters can be connected in series per therapy session.

In the second stage there is blood heating is also known as hyperthermia. Hyperthermia is a therapy method that simulates the effect of natural fever through the controlled increase in body temperature. Fever is the body's oldest known defense system, which can disrupt the metabolism of harmful pathogens (for example, viruses), as well as the structural structure of their proteins. This increases the permeability of the membranes and maximizes effectiveness by transporting more toxins away. The formation of heat shock proteins (HSP) sends signals to the body‘s own killer cells, which recognize and eliminate harmful cells


In the third stage, by enriching the blood with oxygen (oxygenation), the cellular function of the organs is improved. High concentrations of oxygen in the blood can have a positive effect on the immune system. Parasites, viruses and bacteria can be reduced. Oxygenation allows the body‘s own repair and regeneration process to begin anew, forming new blood vessels, and more effectively removing toxins from the body with minimal strain on the patient.

The HHO® protocol is indicated in situations such as the elimination of toxins from the environment, contamination with heavy metals (for example, lead, arsenic, cadmiu, aluminium poisoning), support for oncological treatments in the case of tumors, post-Covid syndrome, post-VAC syndrome, kidney disease, liver disease, pulmonary disease, Sepsis, chronic infections (such as Lyme), chronic inflammatory diseases (for example, rheumatoid arthritis, Chron's Disease, Ulcerative colitis, Hashimoto Thyroiditis etc.), depression, burn-out syndrome, lack of sleep and longevity protocols.

Therapy services are performed only after a preliminary medical consultation.


In the modern era, the complex understanding of health does not stop only at treating symptoms, but penetrates the essence of the human body. The integrative protocols for blood health represent a holistic approach aimed at improving the general state of the individual by harmonizing physical, nutritional, emotional and spiritual aspects.

These protocols are developed based on a deep understanding of the interconnectedness of the factors that influence blood health. They include advanced evaluations, personalized therapies and integrated programs aimed at optimizing blood composition and improving the functions of the circulatory system.

Our working principles focus on the safety and effectiveness of the procedures, using modern technologies and innovative approaches. At the center of our concerns is the belief that maintaining the health of the blood is essential for the whole body and for the quality of life.

The HHO® 720° recovery protocol for blood health represents a commitment to the integral well-being of the individual, approaching health as a harmonious whole of its fundamental aspects. At Quantica720°, we are here to support your journey to optimal blood health and a life full of vitality.

The HHO® recovery protocol lasts 3 days, on the first day there will be intravenous chelation therapies, stimulation of the movement of toxins in the active circulation and drainage, on the second day the HHO® procedure will take place, lasting between 3-4 hours, followed by intravenous cocktails for the immune system, mineralization and cellular energy, and on the last day, on the land cleared of toxins and pathogens, intravenous - electromagnetic - hydrogen procedures will be performed for alkalinization, remineralization and natural antioxidants.

What does blood health involve?

The health of the blood is essential for the optimal functioning of the whole organism. The implications for blood health are varied and include:

1. Transport of Nutrients: Blood transports essential nutrients to cells throughout the body, providing the energy and nutrients necessary for their proper functioning.

2. Oxygenation: Through the hemoglobin in the red blood cells, the blood carries oxygen to the tissues and organs of the body. Adequate oxygenation is crucial for energy production and maintaining cellular functions.

3. Elimination of Waste: The blood takes the waste resulting from metabolic processes and transports them to the excretory organs, such as the kidneys and lungs, for elimination.

4. Maintaining the pH: Blood contributes to maintaining the pH balance in the body, ensuring an optimal environment for the functioning of enzymes and other biochemical processes.

5. Immune System: Blood cells, such as lymphocytes, are essential for the immune system, helping to protect the body against infections and other pathogens.

6. Blood Coagulation: Blood has the ability to coagulate to prevent excessive blood loss in case of injuries or wounds.

7. Temperature Regulation: Blood contributes to the regulation of body temperature, transporting heat to the surface of the body to be eliminated.

8. Hormones and Chemical Messengers: Chemical substances carried by the blood, such as hormones and other chemical messengers, play a crucial role in regulating cellular activities and body system functions.

Maintaining the health of the blood is essential for preventing diseases, maintaining energy and ensuring a general state of well-being.

Services offered for blood purification at Quantica720°

We are pleased to bring you more information about the newest procedures that are part of the HHO Protocol available in our clinic starting on February 22.

The HHO® protocol takes place in 3 stages: 1. Hemoperfusion: Advanced blood filtration, 2. Hyperthermia: Controlled heating of the blood, 3. Oxygenation: Enrichment of the blood with oxygen


Hemoperfusion derives from the words "haemo" and "perfusion", meaning "blood circulation". In this procedure, the blood is directed through a special filter, similar to the natural process in the body (ie whole blood). This filter has the ability to effectively remove harmful substances depending on their molecular size. In addition, the blood is heated and enriched with oxygen by means of a device called an oxygenator.

The special filter has an area of approximately 65,000 m². It separates blood molecules within a defined size range, such as microthrombi (blood clots) and proteins (eg peak proteins, agonistic autoantibodies). By heating (hyperthermia) and oxygenation (oxygenation) of the blood, the blood circulation (infusion) to the body organs is stimulated, thus increasing their functionality.

During the therapy, our experienced medical team temporarily creates an access through the vein, allowing blood to be extracted so that it can be filtered, oxygenated and slightly warmed, later being reintroduced directly into the body. The duration of the treatment is approximately 4 hours.


Hyperthermia is a therapeutic method that simulates fever through a controlled increase in body temperature. Fever is one of the body's oldest self-defense systems, responsible for disrupting the metabolism of harmful pathogens, such as viruses.

Also, the increased body temperature stimulates the production of so-called heat shock proteins and, implicitly, the activation of the body's own macrophages (cleaning cells).

In the usual hyperthermia procedures (such as on the Heckel bed), the whole body is heated to 42°C by external heat radiation, a process that not only takes a very long time (on average 8 hours), but is also extremely demanding for the body and involves many risks, such as skin burns or massive circulatory problems. Our hyperthermia method operates with temperatures up to 43°C and is relatively more delicate, mainly due to the significantly shorter duration of the treatment, of only 4 hours.


Blood oxygenation is the third crucial step in our therapeutic process. By enriching the blood with oxygen, also known as oxygenation, the cellular function of the organs is considerably improved. High concentrations of oxygen in the blood can bring significant benefits to the immune system, reducing the presence of parasites, viruses and bacteria.

Oxygenation has an essential role in triggering the body's repair and regeneration process. This process contributes to the formation of new blood vessels and the efficient elimination of toxins from the body, thus reducing the pressure on the patient.

Pathologies treated by our blood health protocols

  1. contamination with heavy metals (for example, lead, arsenic, cadmium, aluminum poisoning),
  2. elimination of pollutants
  3. Elimination of endotoxins
  4. elimination of environmental toxins and micro-plastics
  5. support for oncological treatments in the case of tumors
  6. Long-Covid syndrome
  7. post-VAC syndrome
  8. kidney disease
  9. liver diseases
  10. pulmonary diseases
  11. sepsis
  12. chronic infections (such as Lyme)
  13. chronic inflammatory diseases (eg, rheumatoid arthritis, chronic disease, ulcerative colitis, Hashimoto's thyroiditis, etc.)
  14. depression
  15. the burn-out syndrome
  16. chronic insomnia
  17. increasing longevity

Chronic conditions, such as diabetes, high blood pressure, or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), are long-term medical conditions that require long-term management. These can involve significant changes in lifestyle, treatment and constant monitoring to keep the health under control.

Contamination with pollutants, heavy metals, environmental toxins

Exposure to pollutants, heavy metals and toxins from the environment can have a negative impact on health. This can contribute to various problems, from respiratory and dermatological disorders to damage to the nervous system. This can also contribute to affecting kidney and liver function, having a negative impact on the excretory system and metabolic processes. In addition, exposure to these pollutants can be associated with an increased risk of cardiovascular disease and damage to the endocrine system, potentially affecting hormonal balance and glandular function.

Autoimmune diseases

Autoimmune diseases are conditions in which the body's immune system attacks its own cells and tissues, mistaking them as foreign or dangerous. The immune system has the role of protecting the body against infections and other pathogens, but in the case of autoimmune diseases, it becomes hyperactive and attacks healthy tissues. These diseases can affect any part of the body and can vary in severity.

Autoimmune diseases, such as systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), rheumatoid arthritis (RA), Hashimoto's thyroiditis, type 1 diabetes and multiple sclerosis (MS), are conditions in which the immune system attacks the body's own cells and tissues, triggering a variety of symptoms and affecting different organs and systems.

Rheumatic diseases

Rheumatic diseases include a wide category of conditions, such as osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, systemic lupus erythematosus, gout, juvenile rheumatoid arthritis and ankylosing spondylitis that affect the musculoskeletal system, connective tissues and related organs. These diseases can affect the joints, bones, muscles, tendons, ligaments and other parts of the locomotor system. Many of these conditions cause pain, inflammation and stiffness in the joints and can have a significant impact on the daily functioning of the affected people.


Cancer, a disease characterized by the uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells, can affect almost any organ in the body. Early diagnosis, oncological treatment and supportive therapies play a vital role in the management of this complex disease. In addition, the emphasis on healthy lifestyle and prevention can contribute to reducing the risk of cancer.

The benefits of therapies for blood health

Improving blood circulation: Therapies for blood health can contribute to improving blood circulation, ensuring a more efficient distribution of oxygen and nutrients to the body's cells.

Maintaining optimal hemoglobin levels: Therapies can help maintain adequate concentrations of hemoglobin in the blood, essential for the efficient transport of oxygen in the body.

Reducing the risk of cardiovascular diseases: By improving blood quality and circulation, therapies can help reduce the risk of cardiovascular diseases, such as hypertension or atherosclerosis.

Stimulation of the immune system: Therapies can support the immune system, contributing to the production of healthy blood cells, as well as to the elimination of toxic substances from the blood.

Combating anemia: For people suffering from anemia, blood health therapies can be beneficial in correcting deficiencies of iron or other essential substances.

Contraindications and precautions in blood therapy

Allergies or adverse reactions: People may have allergies or adverse reactions to certain substances used in blood therapy, therefore it is essential to carry out compatibility tests before starting treatment.

Blood coagulation problems: Patients with blood coagulation problems should talk to their doctor before starting any therapy, as certain procedures may involve additional risks.

Infections: In the case of procedures that involve the handling of blood, there is a risk of infections. Patients with a weakened immune system or with a history of recurrent infections should be closely monitored.

Chronic diseases: People with chronic diseases, such as heart failure or kidney failure, should talk to their doctor about the potential risks and benefits of blood therapy in the context of their conditions.

Pregnant women: In the case of pregnant women, it is important to consider the impact of blood therapy on the pregnancy and the fetus. Consult a specialist in obstetrics before starting any treatment.

What role does therapy play in blood health?

Blood health therapy plays a crucial role in maintaining and improving the overall health of the blood. One of the main goals of the therapy is the correction of nutritional deficiencies, such as the lack of iron, vitamins or minerals, which can affect the quality of the blood. By administering these essential substances, the therapy contributes to restoring the balance necessary for the optimal functioning of the body.

Another important component of blood health therapy is improving blood circulation. Various techniques and treatments are used in this regard, with the aim of ensuring an efficient distribution of oxygen and nutrients to all tissues and organs of the body. This can contribute to the prevention of cardiovascular diseases and to maintaining an optimal functioning of the cardiovascular system.

Treatment of anemia is also an important aspect of blood therapy. Through this therapy, which may involve the administration of substances that stimulate the production of red cells or iron, the aim is to increase hemoglobin levels and improve the general condition of patients with anemia.

What pathologies can be identified and treated through our services?

1. Elimination of toxins: The HHO® protocol can be beneficial for the elimination of toxins that can affect health, ensuring an effective detoxification.

2. Contamination with heavy metals: The HHO® protocol is recommended in the treatment of contamination with heavy metals, such as lead, arsenic or cadmium, offering support in the elimination of these substances from the body.

3. Support for oncological treatments: The HHO® protocol offers support in the case of oncological treatments, especially in the case of tumors, contributing to the improvement of patients' health.

4. Post-Covid Syndrome: This protocol addresses the problems related to post-Covid syndrome, helping patients recover after infection with the SARS-CoV-2 virus.

5. Post-VAC syndrome: The HHO® protocol is also applicable in the case of post-vaccination syndrome, offering support in the management of potential side effects or post-vaccination symptoms.

6. Kidney, liver and lung diseases: The protocol can be used in the treatment of various diseases of the kidneys, liver and lungs, contributing to maintaining the functionality of these organs.

7. Sepsis: The HHO® protocol can be applied in the case of sepsis, a severe life-threatening infection, to support the body in fighting the infection.

8. Chronic infections (eg Lyme): Recommended for the treatment of chronic infections, such as Lyme disease, helping to manage these conditions.

9. Chronic inflammatory diseases: The HHO® protocol can be beneficial for chronic inflammatory diseases, including rheumatoid arthritis, Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis, Hashimoto's thyroiditis, etc.

10. Depression, burn-out syndrome and chronic insomnia: Services can provide support in managing mental health problems, such as depression, burn-out syndrome and chronic insomnia.

11. Longevity-increasing protocols: The HHO® protocol can be included in protocols dedicated to increasing longevity, contributing to maintaining optimal long-term health.

12. Treatment of anemia is also an important aspect of blood therapy. Through this therapy, which may involve the administration of substances that stimulate the production of red cells or iron, the aim is to increase hemoglobin levels and improve the general condition of patients with anemia.

13. Blood therapy also has a role in stimulating the immune system. By promoting the production of healthy blood cells, the therapy can support the body in the fight against infections and diseases.

In addition, blood therapy can include detoxification procedures, aiming to eliminate toxic substances or degradation products from the blood. This can contribute to maintaining a healthy internal environment in the body.

Blood therapy also has a role in stimulating the immune system. By promoting the production of healthy blood cells, the therapy can support the body in the fight against infections and diseases.

Is blood purification therapy compatible with other treatments?

Blood purification therapy can be compatible with other treatments in certain situations and under certain conditions.

Blood purification therapy integrates harmoniously with PAPIMI, thus representing an effective alliance in the recovery of oncology patients. The PAPIMI device, known for its innovative method, focuses on the health of muscles, nerves, tendons, ligaments and cartilage. It not only has an anti-inflammatory effect, but also contributes to the recalibration of the membrane potential, opening cell receptors. Through this synergistic action, the aim is to reduce pain, reduce inflammation and stimulate cell regeneration, thus providing significant support in the recovery process of patients affected by oncological diseases.

The compatibility of blood purification therapy is also extended to hydrogen therapy. This form of medical treatment involves the use of molecular hydrogen (H2) to bring significant health benefits. Molecular hydrogen, being the smallest molecule in the universe, possesses strong antioxidant properties. The integration of molecular hydrogen therapy into the treatment plan contributes to combating oxidative stress and supporting cellular regeneration processes, thus strengthening efforts to improve the health of patients.

This combined approach, based on blood purification therapy, PAPIMI and hydrogen, enjoys beneficial synergies, addressing not only the symptoms, but also the deep causes of the ailments.

When is blood health therapy not recommended?

As for when blood health therapy is not recommended, there are several situations in which it may be contraindicated or risks may arise. These may include:

Blood clotting problems: Blood purification therapy may involve procedures that can affect normal blood clotting. Patients with coagulation disorders or taking medications that affect coagulation may be at increased risk for complications.

Kidney failure: Certain blood purification therapies involve using the kidneys to filter the blood. In the case of patients with kidney failure or other kidney diseases, these procedures could be contraindicated or should be specially adapted.

Active infections: In some cases, blood purification therapy may involve the use of medical devices or invasive procedures that could increase the risk of infections or worsen existing infections.

Serious pre-existing conditions: Patients with serious pre-existing medical conditions may be less suitable for blood purification therapy or may require a more careful medical evaluation before starting such treatments.

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