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Ozone is a medical treatment

Ozone is a medical treatment

  • Ozone within the body has powerful antibacterial, anti-viral, and anti-tumor benefits with very few side effects.
  • Ozone adds oxygen to the body
  • Ozone has been used successfully in medicine since the 1800’s
  • Precisely made medical grade ozone is used therapeutically

How does ozone work in the body?

Ozone acts in the body in two ways: by oxidation and oxygenation. When ozone (O3) is administered to the body, its third unstable oxygen atom readily attaches itself to bacteria, fungi, mold, parasites, and tumors, and in the process of doing this, it oxidizes or destroys them. This is oxidation. It then reverts to O2, which adds much needed oxygen to the body. This is oxygenation. This oxygen has a high PH of between 7 and 9 needed to balance an unhealthy body. These pathogens are lower life organisms and are mostly anaerobic; that is, they cannot survive in an oxygen/ozone rich environment. Ozone within the body has powerful antibacterial, anti-viral, and anti-tumor benefits with very few side effects.

History of medical ozone

1840 (Germany): Ozone was first discovered by Christian Friedrich Schonbein.

1857 (Germany): First ozone generator constructed by Werner von Siemens and successfully used against pathogenic germs in animals and humans.

1900 (Germany): First ozone treatment plant was constructed after a severe cholera epidemic in Hamburg killed thirty thousand people.

1915 (Germany): Ozone used extensively during WWI for battle wounds

1943 (U.S.A.): Medical-grade ozone was learned about from a German POW scientist during WWII by pediatrician, Dr. Robert Mayer. He used ozone safely and effectively on over 12,000 people throughout his 45 year medical career.

1979 (U.S.A.): Medical-grade ozone first used on AIDS by Dr. George Freibott.

1983 (U.S.A.): Medical-grade ozone being used successfully to treat over 33 major diseases including AIDS, cancer, herpes, hepatitis, and mononucleosis as reported in the 6th World Ozone Congress proceedings in Washing-ton, DC.

1986 (U.S.A.): “Ozone Decontamination of Blood and Blood Products”, Patent No. 4,632,980 granted to Medizone. Medizone states that HIV and other diseases can be eliminated in stored blood by their application of ozone and even though it has been used medically on humans for over 100 years in the U.S. and in Germany, FDA did not approve human testing.

1987 (Germany): Medical-grade ozone used successfully on 3 AIDS patients (Stage 8 to Stage 1) by Dr. Horst Kief, using major autohemotherapy treatments with virtually no side effects.

1987 (Germany): “The Use of Ozone in Medicine”, a book published by Karl F. Haug lists 225 ozone medical references and over 48 diseases commonly treated with ozone

Today some 10,000 physicians routinely use ozone therapy in their practices with the majority practicing in Germany. Germany is one country that teaches ozone therapy in their medical schools. Some of the most exciting research in ozone therapy is taking place in two unlikely countries: Russia and Cuba. As citizens of both countries have had socialized medicine for decades, private drug manufacturers have traditionally played a small or nonexistent role in determining the direction of the health care system. In countries like the United States where large drug companies are directly involved in all medical research and lobby to influence government policy, there is no interest in researching the possibilities of ozone therapy.

Medical-grade ozone

Medical-grade ozone is produced by passing 100 percent pure oxygen across either an ultraviolet light source or an electrical arc. In these reactions, only a small percentage of oxygen (from 1 to 5 percent) is converted to ozone for medical use. Oxygen is then passed through a tube to the ozone generator where exactly defined percentages of ozone and oxygen are mixed. It then passes through a second tube to the user. Ozone is administered by intravenous drip, injections, rectal and vaginal applications, and topical applications.

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