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GSE What is Ozone Therapy? - Simple Instructions

Ozone (O3) Therapy - “Powerful Bio-oxidative Healing Tool”

What does ozone therapy offer us for restoring health?

An appropriately dosed ozone therapy protocol is a therapeutic biooxidative therapy:

Biooxidative Therapy - Oxidative / Oxygenating

✔   Deals with toxins and microbes in the body

✔   Enhances immune system function

✔   Oxygenates

✔   Increases cellular energy output

Ozone's Beneficial Health Functions

International M.D.'s List 33 Major Diseases Successfully Treated With Ozone - (also ozone removes viruses and bacteria from blood, both in vivo and stored)

Ozone Successfully used with:





Cirrhosis of the liver


Cardiovascular Disease


High Cholesterol

Cancerous Tumors



Ozone Highly effective with:

Rheumatoid and other Arthritis

Allergies of all types

Multiple Sclerosis

Ozone Ameliorates:

Alzheimers Disease



Ozone Effective with:



Prostrate problems




Externally, Ozone effective treating:



Leg ulcers

Open sores




For a complete list of health problems treated with ozone:

Health problems helped with ozone therapy

Ozone in nature and industry

Nature uses ozone to protect the earth from the sun's harmful UV rays and cleanse the atmosphere of pollutants

Industry has many applications for ozone.    These include food preservation, sewage/water treatment and sterilization

What happens in ozone Therapy?

Ozone (nicknamed “Active Oxygen”) is applied topically or introduced into the body in low, controlled amounts as a biooxidative therapy.   Being unstable, ozone decays back to O2, within 30 mins. or so, and in so doing, it releases an Excited oxygen ATOM O1* and a “fighting tiger” (microbe-destroying) singlet oxygen MOLECULE (1O2*), which itself emits health beneficial near infrared energy. At appropriate doses, all of these products can be safely put to work to rid the body of toxins, improve circulation, immune function and energy production, and even to destroy cancer cells.

Ozone has a Short Life.   If ozone does not find something to oxidize, then after about 45 minutes it reverts to oxygen, which the body can certainly use to its benefit

Ozone therapy can be done in a clinic or at home

Either a Cold Plasma or Corona Discharge ozone generator is used to produce ozone from oxygen.   The cold plasma generator is preferred for therapeutic purposes and is readily available for sale to the general public -it produces greater amounts of ozone, is more durable and has less problems. In fact, the original cold plasma generators were invented by Nikola Tesla in the 1920s and still work 80 years later. UV lamp ozone generators are more suitable for air purification.

Clinical use of ozone therapy in the treatment of infected tissues and wounds began in WWI Europe.    Today Germany has several thousand doctors applying ozone therapy, and after extensive research ozone has entered the mainstream in Russian healthcare. Its use is now spreading to other parts of the world too -E.g. Cuba has a very active ozone program in its health-care system. Ozone therapy has not been established in North America because, compared to the current high-profit solutions involving pharmaceuticals, radiation/chemotherapy and surgery, ozone's profit-making ability is negligible and does not warrant the cost of the expensive research required by the FDA.

In the U.S., recently passed legislation allows physicians to legally apply ozone therapy in their practice without fear of prosecution, in Alaska, Arizona, Colorado, Georgia, Minnesota, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Carolina, and Washington.

“Do-it-Yourself”- With the right equipment and know-how, ozone therapy can be applied at home.

How to apply ozone (O3) therapy at home

Ozone therapy safety record

The medical use of ozone has an excellent safety record with a lack of toxic side effects.  After millions of treatments over nearly 100 years.

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