What is ozone?
We’ve all heard of the ozone layer that is naturally produced in the stratosphere, 10-15 kilometers above the Earth’s surface. This 10-inch-thick layer of gas is vital for life on Earth as it absorbs the sun’s ultraviolet radiation.Buy O3 Ozone Power Bundle Now
Ozone is Earth's natural cleanser, to clear the air of pollutants. The unstable form of Ozone dissolves immediately when the job is done.
In the human body, in order to achieve the more stable form, an ozone molecule is desperate to give away an atom of oxygen resulting in a process called oxidation. The small amount of ozone that is induced during therapy triggers in healthy cells a moderate oxidative stress when interacting with fats found in our body and cells.
Disinfecting and therapeutic properties of Ozone
Ozone was first used to disinfect operating rooms in 1856 and subsequently for disinfecting water in 1860. During World War I (1914-1918) the German army used ozone to treat battle wounds and other infections.
Otto Heinrich Warburg (1883–1970), a German physiologist, medical doctor, and Nobel laureate, proposed that diseases like cancer grew in anerobic (low oxygen) conditions, suggesting that ozone could counteract anerobism.
Ozone has very unique properties, and all microbes are susceptible to its oxidizing abilities. This includes ALL bacteria and viruses, including the Covid-19 virus. Ozone also counteracts fungi, parasites and yeasts such as thrush.
Today medical use of ozone is common throughout Europe (specifically Germany and Eastern Europe), Mexico, Cuba, Dominican Republic and Bahamas. Ozone therapy is gradually increasing in Canada and USA. There are over 40 international organizations representing thousands of practitioners who use ozone therapy in their practice.