Ozone is a blue colored form of oxygen (it’s what makes the sky blue), and unlike regular oxygen, it is composed of three oxygen atoms instead of two. It is the addition of the third oxygen atom that makes ozone “supercharged” oxygen, and gives it all of its remarkable medical properties.
Medicinal Properties Of Ozone
The use of ozone to treat various medical conditions was first developed in Germany in the early 1950’s
Ozone has five properties that account for why it works so well not only for macular degeneration, but also for most other chronic age related conditions as well:
Ozone improves circulation by enhancing the flow characteristics of blood as a liquid. This enables the oxygen carrying hemoglobin to more easily perfuse and oxygenate the tissues.
Ozone increases antioxidant protection more than any other therapy including vitamin C. The majority of people with chronic diseases have deficient antioxidant defenses.
Ozone is a powerful mitochondrial stimulant which results in increase energy production. This lack of energy is an underlying cause behind all degenerative disease from diabetes to heart disease to cancer.
How Is Ozone Administered?
Autotherapy is the most common, and in most cases the most effective way ozone is administered. The patient has from 6-12 ounces of blood removed into a sterilized bottle. Then ozone is infused into the blood allowing the red and white blood cells to absorb the ozone. The ozonated blood is then returned to the body. The entire procedure takes about 30-40 minutes.
What Conditions Can Ozone Treat?
It is important to realize that ozone therapy is not a panacea or some kind of magic bullet. Although it is often an indispensable modality in the great majority of cases it should be combined with an individualized program of other alternative and natural therapies, such as nutrition, homeopathy, acupuncture and detoxification.
Ozonated blood infusion is used to treat the following diseases: