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The Science

Behind Medical Ozone Therapy

"Ozone is probably one of the most miraculous healing therapies available on our planet at this time. Through its oxygenating power, it successfully treats and cures a wide range of serious degenerative conditions including cancer, cardio-vascular disease, diabetes, liver and kidney disease."

                                                                                                             - Louise McClean

History of Ozone...

Ozone (O3), a gas discovered in the mid-nineteenth century, is a molecule consisting of three atoms of oxygen. Since it's discovery, through clinical trials, researchers now believe it has many therapeutic effects.

 

Ozone (O3) is formed from Oxygen (O2) 

An electrical charge is passed through the O2 molecule, breaking the 2 atoms apart to become O1. O1 is unstable in its singular form so creates a weak bond with an O2 molecule creating O3. When in contact with a microbe, O3 destroys the microbe and in the process the single O1 atom is consumed leaving the O2 molecule behind.

In clinical use the gas which is produced from medical grade oxygen is administered in very precise doses (never via inhalation), results have shown that it has excellent health benefits including, decrease blood cholesterol and stimulation of antioxidative responses, modifies oxygenation in resting muscle and is used in complementary treatment of hypoxic and ischemic syndromes. 

...How it works

Ozone therapy fights viral and bacterial infection to treat a range of illnesses and conditions, reduce pain and imflammation or to improve overall health and wellness.

  • Ozone carries increased oxygen to the cells, ensuring they can function and perform their role in the body properly

  • Reduces inflammation at a cellular level improving tissue repair

  • Enhances immune response, fighting infection

  • Kills most bacteria and viruses

References

McClean Louise, "The Miracle of Ozone Therapy" Health Freedom News, 2009. 

 

Elvis AM, Ekta JS. Ozone therapy: A clinical review. J Nat Sci Biol Med. 2011 Jan;2(1):66-70. doi: 10.4103/0976-9668.82319. PMID: 22470237; PMCID: PMC3312702.

Clavo B, Pérez JL, López L, Suárez G, Lloret M, Rodríguez V, et al. Effect of ozone therapy on muscle oxygenation. J Altern Complement Med. 2003;9:251–6.

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