Monday, January 16, 2012

Ozone Therapy

Of all the therapies that I have done, I found that Ozone therapy to be the best hands down.  I purchased a medical grade device that uses a pure oxygen feed to generate high gamma ozone.  I purchased this from Ozone Services and use an oxygen concentrator (low lpm) to provide the oxygen.

Ozone is oxygen times 3.  Oxygen is O2 while ozone is O3, basically it is oxygen with a singlet oxygen molecule added.   It is an unstable molecule in that after 20 minutes or so, it dissipates.   Ozone is an oxidant and is the most oxidizing substance behind fluoride which you should never use, but that is another story.   Ozone was first discovered and named by German scientist Christian Frederick Schonbein in 1840.  In American circles, it has a negative connotation while in other parts of the world it is used extensively in medical circles.  It was widely used in hospitals in America and when the pharmaceutical interests became prevalent, it was derided due to the economic interests of western medicine.  Ozone has a wide range of benefits, mostly for treating infectious conditions, detoxifying harmful chemicals from the body and providing oxygen to bring healing to wounds, burns and other maladies.

Ozone is not a dangerous therapy, but is safe according a study done by the German Medical Society in which  Ozone, in which  644 therapists were polled regarding their 384,775 patients, comprising a total of 5,579,238 ozone treatments administered. There were only 40 cases of side effects noted out of this number which represents the incredibly low rate of .000007%, and only four fatalities. Ozone has thus proven to be the safest medical therapy ever devised. 1

What Does Ozone Do?

Ozone :

· Inactivates viruses; oxidizes bacteria, yeast, fungi, parasites, protozoa, cancer cells

· Stimulates the immune system, speeds healing

· Cleans arteries and veins, improving circulation

· Purifies the blood and the lymph

· Oxidizes toxins, facilitating their excretion

· Normalizes hormone and enzyme production

· Reduces inflammation

· Reduces pain, calms nerves

· Prevents shock

· Prevents stroke damage

· Reduces cardiac arrhythmia

· Improves brain function and memory

· Scavenges free radicals

· Chelates heavy metals, working well in conjunction with EDTA

· Stimulates production of protective cell enzymes (2)


credit Saul Pressman

**the above information should not be construed as medical advice, only your healthcare professional can make that determination, the information is provided as educational only and is not meant to diagnose or treat any medical condition. 

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