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Ozone Therapy

Ozone is a colorless, pungent, and unstable molecule that consists of 3 natural oxygen atoms. It is an
important natural oxidizer. Ozone is a very powerful disinfectant and an antimicrobial
immunomodulator. It has a strong oxidative property but is not itself an oxygen radical. It activates
the antioxidative enzyme system (glutathione peroxidase and cytochrome oxidase dismutase), which
neutralizes free oxygen radicals, and has an antioxidative effect.
The half-life of ozone is 45 minutes at room temperature.
Because ozone is a corrosive gas, it is used with glass, Teflon and silicone materials.

Medical ozone is a mixture of 95% oxygen and 5% ozone. It is made from sterile oxygen with special
ozone generators.

Medical Effects Of Ozone

  1. Ozone ensures increased oxygen supply to tissues and cells. Increased elasticity of red blood cells allows for faster movement in the capillaries, which eliminates the oxygen deficit in the surrounding tissue.
  2. Ozone strengthens the immune system and increases resistance to infections. It also kills viruses, bacteria and fungi.
  3. It decreases blood consistency and increases fluidity.
  4. It supports classic cancer treatments such as chemotherapy and radiation therapy by oxygenating tissues and providing metabolic balance. It also reduces the side effects of such treatments.
    in the form of an increase in tissue sensitivity and a reduction in side effects.
  5. Ozone accelerates cellular respiration and energy production, which makes the person feel more vital.
  6. It supports the body's detoxification function and is used as a supplement in the treatment of heavy metal detoxification.

Areas Of Application Of Ozone Therapy

  1. Wound and burn treatments.
  2. Circulatory disorders and vascular occlusion.
  3. As support for cancer treatment.
  4. Treatment and prevention of infectious diseases.
  5. Liver diseases.
  6. Chronic diseases such as high blood pressure and diabetes.
  7. Pain treatments.
  8. Disorders of the immune system.
  9. Respiratory diseases.


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