Ozone by definition, is a molecule with 3 oxygen atoms as opposed to the 2 oxygen atoms present in the air we breathe. Oxygen in this state is present in higher concentrations in our atmosphere, and gives it the blue coloration that we see when we look up on clear days. The third oxygen atom makes it unstable and lends to a super-charged response by our body to initiate and accelerate healing.
Ozone therapy has been around and used medically throughout Europe since the 1950s. Over the last several decades the use of ozone has been spreading across the United States as a cheaper and cost effective method of treating many types of illnesses. There are currently about 3,000 medical studies that have been completed which prove ozone’s efficacy and safety. If you would like to see more about this information, please refer to the American Association of Ozonotherapy (AAOT) website.
Medical ozone is made by using medical grade oxygen and a generator. As the oxygen passes through the generator, an electrical current is passed through the oxygen, breaking the oxygen into single atoms. These unstable atoms come back together in a nanosecond and form both O2 and O3, which the generator monitors to ensure an accurate concentration of ozone needed to have the desired effect.
Ozone is one of the most versatile medical treatments known, as it exerts its effect at the deepest cellular level. It can be used in/on the joints, skin, blood, bladder, intestines, and sinuses. The desired effect will determine the application.
Because oxygen is so fundamental to the human body, ozone’s effect is broad and far reaching, lending it’s benefit to a broad range of medical concerns. Some examples of concerns that ozone is helpful for include: herpes, Lyme disease, diabetes, fibromyalgia, macular degeneration, chemical sensitivity, macular degeneration, intestinal disorders, and auto-immune conditions.
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