Ozone Therapy

Overview

Ozone is a heavily oxygenated compound naturally found in the environment. Ozone therapy introduces the same ozone into your body through the bloodstream. This process delivers more oxygen in blood and to tissues, similar to Hydrogen Peroxide Therapy. By allowing more oxygen into your system you can alleviate many physiological conditions.

Another positive side effect of ozone therapy is the increased burning capacity of cells and the overall amount of fat burned at rest.

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Conditions It Manages

  • Improved Sleep Patterns
  • Reduces Inflammation
  • Fights Against infection
  • Improves Mitochondrial Function

Coronary Artery DiseaseWhen used in in conjunction with Chelation Therapy, it's a powerful combination to supply oxygen to the heart.

Cerebrovascular DiseaseImproves blood flow to the brain and oxygen delivery into the blood.

Macular DegenerationHelps to bring blood supply to adequate levels.

Auto-immune DiseaseAssists in management and effective when used in conjunction with anti-inflammatory herbs and correctional nutritional therapy.

CancerOzone and Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation is a combination that can help fight cancerous cells.

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Management

Ozone is added to the patient's blood using an IV under sterile conditions. Varying amounts of ozone therapy are administered depending on the condition. Ozone can be administered rectally, which can be beneficial for bowel inflammation or infection.

Ozone can be used supplementally with other therapies or in conjunction with Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation for added benefits of increased oxygen.

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