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Benefits of Ozone Therapy
There have been promising studies examining how ozone may be beneficial to health:
- Inactivating bacteria, viruses, fungi, parasites, yeast, and protozoa
- Stimulating the immune system to speed up healing
- Improving circulation by cleaning the arteries and veins
- Having anti-inflammatory properties
- Reducing pain
- Stopping bleeding
- Limiting stroke damage
- Reducing the risk of complications from diabetes
What is Ozone?
Ozone is a colorless gas made up of three oxygen atoms. It is used as an alternative therapy to improve the body's intake and use of oxygen and to activate the immune system.
In medicine, ozone therapy is used to disinfect and treat diseases by limiting the effects of bacteria, viruses, fungi, yeast, and protozoa.
How Ozone Therapy Works & Is Used in Medicine
Ozone therapy has been found to be useful in several ways in medicine. When it was first used more than 150 years ago, it was to disinfect and treat diseases. During the First World War, its application to wounds showed not only its ability to disinfect but also to aid blood flow and produce anti-inflammatory effects.
Today, it is used for treating the following:
- Infected Wounds
- Circulatory Disorders
- Geriatric Disorders
- Macular Degeneration
- Viral Diseases
- Rheumatism and Arthritis
- Ulcerative Colitis
- Sinus and Lung Issues
Types of Ozone Therapy
This ozone therapy been has used in the treatment of over 150 diseases. This IV therapy elicits the maximum cytokine production from the white blood cells.
Pain Management – Prolozone
Prolozone Therapy is a non-surgical procedure to eliminate or drastically reduce pain by facilitating the body’s own natural ability to heal itself.
As the name suggests, “Rectal Insufflation” refers to introducing ozone into the body through the rectum. This sounds like a very strange thing to do, but it's effective.
"Bagging" with ozone refers to the method of isolating a body part by surrounding it with a bag (such as hand, arm, leg, foot, torso, pelvis, etc.) and introducing ozone. This can be used to treat:
- diabetic foot ulcers
- bed sores
- wounds that are infected, slow healing or those that refuse to heal
Ozonated Oil is used around the world for a variety of uses:
- acne, eczema, skin lesions
- burns, leg sores, bed sores
- fungal infections (eg. of the toe nail)
- herpes, cold sores, STDs
- and many others