What is Ozone?
Ozone is simply an oxygen molecule (O2) with an extra oxygen (O3). More than just a layer of the earth's atmosphere, ozone is a naturally occurring part of our body.
How does Ozone work?
Ozone is highly reactive in our bodies, triggering a long list of positive impacts. Ozone breaks down quickly into oxygen and a single oxidant.
Oxygenated blood fuels our cells. It boosts overall metabolism, reduces recovery time and accelerates the immune system's ability to fight infection. At the same time, the presence of oxidants causes our body to go into overdrive creating anti-oxidants, which helps fight many different types of bugs and clean-up our systems.
Additionally, viruses, bacteria, etc. cannot produce their own anti-oxidants. So if they come into contact with an ozone molecule, they are killed quickly. Best of all, bugs do not develop resistance to ozone. So it is just as effective now as it was in the 1950s when German doctors started using it to treat patients. A German biochemist, Otto Warburg, won the Noble Prize in 1931 for discovering that certain types of cancer cells die in an oxygen rich environment, making ozone therapy an important part of cancer treatments.
IV ozone is safer than aspirin, and most people feel a rather immediate boost in their energy, sleep and reduction in pain.