Ozone therapy belongs to bio-oxidative therapies. It involves administering small amounts of diluted ozone into/onto the body for prevention of a disease.
Ozone is an unstable, strong oxidizing gaseous molecule comprised of 3 oxygen atoms.
The philosophy behind bio-oxidative therapies is a simple one. The use of ozone for therapeutic purposes is based on the concept that the accumulation of toxins in the body is burnt up by the process of oxidation (a substance is changed chemically due to the effect of oxygen on it). Oxidation breaks the toxins down into carbon dioxide and water, and eliminates them from the body.
If the body is low on oxygen (through lack of exercise, environmental pollution, improper diet and poor breathing), it cannot eliminate toxins adequately and a toxic buildup occurs. When poor oxygenation continue it leads to increased toxic body burden and consequently it causes a wide range of diseases.
Ozone is a powerful oxidizer and at appropriate doses provides the body with active forms of oxygen orally, intravenously (in the clinic) or through the skin. Once in the body ozone breaks down into various oxygen subspecies. When the body becomes saturated with these special forms of oxygen, it reaches a state of purity (microorganisms are killed, while the underlying toxicity is oxidized and eliminated).
According to Frank Shallenberger, MD, president of The American Academy of Ozonotherapy ozone therapy affects the human body in the following ways:
Removes toxins from the body
Directly kills microbes in the body
Enhances immune system function
Oxygenates the body and increases cellular energy production
Increases antioxidant enzyme systems in healthy cells
There are several active oxygen (ozone) application methods that can be done in the clinic or after proper instruction safely and effectively applied at-home. According to Dr. Frank Shallenberger: “The concept of at home preventive therapy with ozone might just be one of the biggest breakthroughs of this decade”.
With the right equipment and know-how, do-it-yourself at home simple and non-invasive ozone therapy applications methods are as follow:
OZONATED WATER used TOPICALLY or for IRRIGATION
We do not discuss in here INJECTIONS as they need to be perform in the clinic under doctor supervision.
Ozonated lemon, orange, or aloe vera juice
OZONATED WATER used TOPICALLY or for IRRIGATION
Colonic irrigation, retentive enema, vaginal douche
Dental / oral applications
Hand or foot soak
Balneotherapy (bath in ozonated water)
Breathe ozonol (ozone bubbled through oil)
Ambient room air purifiers
Cupping with funnel
Ozonated aloe vera juice
To “do-it-yourself-at-home” preventive ozone therapy you would need to acquire the needed equipment:
ozone generator (to produce ozone)
oxygen source (tank, concentrator)
accessories (for different applications)
A Cold Corona Discharge ozone generator is used to produce ozone from oxygen . No cooling fan is required. Generator is affordable, compact, portable and very easy to operate.
It has its own regulator and on/off switch to adjust ozone levels (ozone levels are also adjusted by changing oxygen flow).It is built for continuous, efficient and silent operation in harsh environments. It is fused for short circuit protection. Ozone generator systems are built in the USA and are customizable to include the components you need to start using ozone right away. EVERY ozone generator comes with a LIFETIME warranty!
The original cold plasma generators were invented by Nikola Tesla in the 1898 and still work today. Tesla did not patent the idea, but instead gave it freely to mankind for medical therapy.
For at home preventive therapy ozone applications the oxygen source used should be at least 90% pure. The choices are:
An oxygen tank (100% oxygen)
A good quality oxygen concentrator (90% oxygen)
Many materials are not ozone resistant and break down but some are compatible with ozone and safe to use (Teflon®, silicone, glass, Kynar®, HDPE and Viton®).
Make sure that all your accessories are always made from ozone safe materials.
Clear tubing-to connect oxygen tank/concentrator to ozone generator input
Silicone tubing – to connect ozone output to applicator/treatment area
Connectors – to connect tubing and accessories to ozone generator
Adaptors – to secure connection between tubing and accessories
Destructor – to pass excess ozone through it and neutralize it into oxygen
Glass flasks – for ozonation of liquids and oils
Ozone diffusers – to bubble ozone into water or oils
Humidifier bottles – humidify ozone for ozone insufflations
Funnels – for cupping
Insufflation bags – for rectal and vaginal insufflations
Catheters – for rectal and vaginal ozone insufflations
Earscope – for ear insufflation
Bags – for limbs bagging