“So smart she’s leading me to ozone…”
from ‘Can’t Stop’
Who is Sat Hari?
Sat Hari is a nurse who accompanied the band on tour and administered intravenous ozone to Flea, and then to Anthony:
One of my main soul mates is Sat Hari. Flea brought her on tour to administer intravenous ozone therapy to him. Sat Hari is a nurse, an American Sikh, a sweet, incredibly sheltered, turban-wearing young lady. She looks like a female version of Flea, with the same gap-toothed smile, the same shape of face, the same color eyes, the same little pug nose. She’s maternal and she’s warm and she’s loving and she’s unassuming, a complete breath of fresh air and female energy, and I don’t mean sexual energy, at least not for me. For me she’s like a sister and mother and caretaker and nurse all in one.
Sat Hari endeared herself to everybody in the band and the crew, and she became the den mother to the entire organization. Everyone used her as their ultimate confident, spilling their guts to her all day and all night about their deepest, darkest, most untellable secrets… During the By The Way tour, Sat Hari and John and I shared a bus, and it was a cozy, moving cocoon of happiness.
Scar Tissue; page 462
Source: Q (216) July 2004
Kiedis still gets injections of ozone, a controversial treatment he believes “eradicates bacteria and viruses from the system.
Source: GQ November 2004
He used the treatment to give him energy to perform on stage too:
Anthony sits back; a nurse in a hot-pink sweater, who travels with them, is kneeling with a syringe, injecting pure ozone into his bloodstream. It purifies, she says, destroys viral infections; soon his blood will be full of energy.
Source: The Sunday Times Culture Magazine 2003