What is ozone therapy?
Ozone is the higher form of oxygen produced from medical grade oxygen. Ozone therapy is a simple naturopathic medical procedure that improves both circulation and utilization of oxygen by the tissues. Circulation is improved as ozone decreases the thickness and viscosity of the blood, and stimulates dilation and relaxation of the artery walls.
Ozone therapy has been employed for over 100 years, and is now used in 24 countries. It is the most powerful cleansing modality. It is the treatment of choice for a wide variety of diseases, and has proven to be the safest medical therapy ever devised.
What Does Ozone Do?
Inactivates viruses; oxidizes bacteria, yeast, fungi, parasites, protozoa
Stimulates the immune system, speeds healing
Cleans arteries and veins, improves circulation
Purifies the blood and the lymph
Oxidizes toxins, facilitating their excretion
Normalizes hormone and enzyme production
Reduces inflammation, Reduces pain, calms nerves
Prevents stroke damage
Reduces cardiac arrhythmia
Improves brain function and memory
Scavenges free radicals
Removes heavy metals, working well in conjunction with EDTA
Stimulates production of protective cell enzymes
How can Ozone be used for preventive measures?
Ozone is such a powerful therapeutic tool because it deals with the underlying cause through both oxygenation and oxidation. Ozone taken
on a regular basis will safely clean all the fluid of the body, and furnish an oxygen-rich environment for all the cells in the body, providing high levels
of immunity for most common diseases and therefore preventing many chronic diseases like diabetes, hypertension, cardiovascular disease and cancer.
The cells function by burning sugar in oxygen to provide energy. The waste products are carbon dioxide and water. If there is insufficient oxygen at the cellular level, the burn will be incomplete, and carbon monoxide and lactic acid will be formed. The body cannot easily rid itself of monoxide; it prevents haemoglobin from picking up fresh oxygen, and the body temperature is lowered. The lactic acid will build up in the system, clogging nerve signal pathways, eventually solidifying and causing degeneration.
More oxygen is required to come in and oxidize these toxins, but if it is not available, they build up. The blood will carry a heavy load of sludge, and toxins will be deposited in the fat and the lymph. The water that composes the body gets dirtier and dirtier. Free radicals proliferate as toxins interfere with the normal neutralizing enzyme mechanisms for cleaning them up. Disease is the result.
The hundreds of different diseases named by allopathy (whether viral, bacterial, communicable, autoimmune or degenerative) are but symptoms of one underlying cause. That cause is hypoxia, or oxygen starvation at the cellular level, leading to internal toxicity.
What are the different application methods of Ozone?
Since ozone therapy was first practiced in the 1880s, many methods of administering ozone have been developed. They can be broken down into two categories:
- Systemic applications
Direct Injection therapy-into a vein, artery, muscle, joint; or directly into a tumour
Insufflation - in the ear, vagina, rectum, urethra
Ingestion - ozonated water
Inhalation - bubbled through olive oil
- Topical applications
The suction cup method
Rectal / vaginal insufflation
Transdermal steam sauna
Ozonated water as sprays
- What Clinical Conditions can be treated with Ozone?
Ozone acts by: Fungicidal action – Bacterial action - Virus inactivation Analgesic/Anti-inflammatory CARDIOLOGY • Improves circulation by clearing arterial plaque
• Rivitalizing heart tissue
• It increases the release and use of oxygen of the body
DERMATOLOGY • Herpes Zoster and Simplex
• Lipodystrophia (cellulites)
INTERNAL MEDICINE • Hepatitis
• Chron's diseases
NEUROLOGY • Depression
• Neurovascular diseases
ODONTOLOGIST • Treatment caries and disinfection post-operating ONCOLOGY • Immuno-modulating
• Adjuvant in the radiotherapy or in the chemotherapy for increment of the p O2 interstitial of the neoblastic tissue
REUMATOLOGY ORTHOPAEDICS • Herniated disk• Backaches• Gonoarthrosis• Rheumatoid arthritis• inflammatory conditions• degenerative conditions ANGIOLOGY FLEBOLOGY • Venous insufficiencies
• Diabetic ulcers
• Post-Phlebitic ulcers