What is it?
Ozone is an activated form of oxygen found naturally in our environment and provides us with many surprising health benefits. Ozone Therapy is a medical therapy that has been used worldwide for over 50 years with dramatic success and safety. It increases the ability of your red blood cells to carry oxygen and deposit that oxygen and additional nutrients to your tissues. When combined with Oxygen Therapy the benefits of each are magnified.
How Does It Help?
Healthy cells need oxygen to survive and unhealthy microbes thrive in an oxygen-poor environment. Your body can become deprived of oxygen by polluted air, a sedentary lifestyle, or poor diet. A poor diet which requires a lot of oxygenation for elimination and encourages unhealthy microbes to multiply. Over-growth of harmful microbes will lead to abnormal chemical reactions in your body, toxic buildup, and ultimately cell death. Ozone is one of the most powerful oxygenators. It has been shown to reverse this process and provide a clean environment for your healthy cells to live.
An important benefit of ozone is that it increases the effectiveness of your antioxidant system, which cleans up excess free radicals in the body. Free radicals are unstable atoms that can latch onto other molecules and damage cells, tissues, and organs causing illness and aging. They weaken physical vitality and can damage body systems, including the nervous, cardiovascular and immune systems.
In short, oxygen helps to protect cells from free radical damage and thus prevents premature aging, abnormal cell formation, heart dysfunction, and many other degenerative conditions. Additionally, people in good health can use ozone to rejuvenate cells so that can stay younger longer.
Elimination of Abnormal Cells
German biochemist Dr. Otto Warburg who in 1931 received the Nobel Prize in medicine, wrote In his book, "The Metabolism of Tumors" (London: Constable and Company. 1930), Dr. Warburg demonstrated that the primary cause of cancer was the replacement of oxygen in the respiratory chemistry of normal cells by the fermentation of sugar. The growth of cancer cells is a fermentation process, which can be initiated, only in the relative absence of oxygen. Ozone is one of nature's most powerful oxidants. When combined with Oxygen Therapy a powerful combatant of abnormal tissues is created.
It is well documented that ozone can activate white blood cells (immune syten cells) and their chemical messengers such as interleukin, interferon, tumor-necrosis factor.
Ozone Therapy also helps you eliminate petrochemicals i.e. industrial solvents, oils, gas, and plastics and other toxins that could enter the body from the environment or the food you eat. It helps dissolve and eliminate them from the body, and lightens the body's toxic load. Fewer toxins = more energy.
Oxygen provides cells and organs with what they need to function optimally. The easier your cells can receive and utilize oxygen the more energy they will produce.
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