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Healthy blood flow and oxygen delivery to the tissues is essential for the health of an individual. Without sufficient oxygen delivery to the tissues, a functional hypoxia (low tissue oxygen levels) exists, causing degeneration of many organs within the body. This can lead to elevated enzymes of the liver, kidney, and pancreas. Low tissue oxygen levels can hasten the aging process in general. Ozone combats the hypoxia by allowing more oxygen to be released from the red blood cells at the tissue level, allowing the tissues to heal. But Ozone can do much more…
What happens when normal everyday oxygen gets passed through an electric coil, turning ordinary O2 into O3? You get a super-oxygen known as ozone. That extra free molecule is what makes ozone so beneficial and ozone, as a water-soluble gas, can be medically administered as an antibacterial, germicidal, and anti-fungicidal agent.
Ozone is nature’s way of detoxifying and purifying the environment. Negatively charged ozone is naturally attracted to positively charged pollutants and when the two meet, ozone wins the battle. Ozone is such a powerful detoxifier that since World War II, ozonation has become the primary method to assure clean water in Switzerland, West Germany and France with the U.S. unfortunately lagging behind in this safe form of water treatment. It has been said that ozone is thousands of times faster and more effective than chlorine at killing bacteria, molds, cysts and inactivating virus, yeasts and protozoa, while providing a purity and safety not achievable with traditional water treatment chemicals.
Ozone is one of the top oxidizers and has been used in Human Medicine and Veterinary Medicine to treat a variety of health conditions for many years.
How can we use Ozone Therapy in Veterinary Medicine?
Effects of Ozone Therapy and Cancer
Advantages of Ozone Therapy and Cancer