Ozone is not new in its use as medicine. Reactions initiated by contact with unstable ozone molecules damage the cellular walls of a number of microbial populations, including bacteria, viruses, fungi, and yeast. Ozone has anti-inflammatory properties and serves to regulate the immune system. Learn the whole story including diseases treated and how O3 is administered.
Oxidative Therapy involves treating the body with extra oxygen. There are several treatment methods including mixing the blood with ozone gas (O3 instead of the O2 we breathe), injection of ozone under the skin to treat scarring, injection into joints for pain, and forcing additional oxygen gas (O2) into the lungs under pressure (hyperbaric oxygen). This addition of extra oxygen has many benefits for both prevention and treatment of disease.
Ozone is a gas that can be used medically for its therapeutic properties. In low concentrations, ozone has been proven safe and effective in treating and preventing a variety of diseases. The invention of medical grade generators has made ozone an inexpensive and accessible therapy that can be used at home.
Learn about ozone and how you can do treatments yourself. This article covers instructions on various applications and therapies for those who wish to treat at home.
The purpose of this article is to explain in simple terms the incredible physiological effects of oxidation therapy, particularly ozone, and why it might be of help to so many problems.
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