Ozzy Osbourne has been plagued with a number of health problems in the last several years, including a Parkinson’s Disease diagnosis. On his radio show, the rock icon opened up about receiving stem cell therapy to help regulate the disease.

“I’ve just come back from the doctor after having some stem cells put in me,” he told his co-host Billy Morrison.

“The thing is, you have it, and you go, ‘I don’t feel that great,’” Ozzy explained about the treatment, “but I don’t know what it would be like if I didn’t have it.”

“This stuff that I have, it’s kind of like a super f–king stem cell, you know? They put three bottles in me this morning,” he added. “I had one about three months ago and this was a follow-up, and I’ve got to go in about six months from now.”

Ozzy began received his first stem cell treatment in 2020. In 2022, he detailed the horrors of living with Parkinson’s Disease. “You think you’re lifting your feet, but your foot doesn’t move,” he said of the toll it’s taken on him physically. “I feel like I’m walking around in lead boots.”

It’s also taken a mental toll, sending Ozzy into a depression on top of other side effects from medication, like short-term memory loss. “I reached a plateau that was lower than I wanted it to be,” he said of his mental state. “Nothing really felt great. Nothing. So I went on these antidepressants, and they work OK.”

Overall, the worst part about the disease is the fact that there seems to be no end in sight. “You learn to live in the moment, because you don’t know [what’s going to happen],” Ozzy said. “You don’t know when you’re gonna wake up and you ain’t gonna be able to get out of bed. But you just don’t think about it.”

Last month, Ozzy was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame as a solo artist. The induction ceremony is set to take place on October 19.