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Ozone / Oxygen Therapy
What is Oxygen therapy and Ozone
therapy?
Oxygen therapy is an umbrella term for a number of closely related leading edge therapies that seek to promote healing by flooding the body with oxygen. Ozone therapy is probably the most powerful of the Oxygen therapies as ozone is more active than the other two main methods - hyperbaric oxygen and hydrogen peroxide therapy.

Ozone is an activated, trivalent (three atoms) form of oxygen. Oxygen is O2
whereas ozone is O3. Over a period of 20-30 minutes, ozone breaks down into two atoms of regular oxygen - by giving up one atom of singlet oxygen. Medical Ozone is made when Medical Grade Oxygen is electrically activated (using an Ozone Generator) to form Ozone. Ozone is germicidal, bactericidal, and fungicidal. Oxygen has these properties too, but less strongly. Ozone was discovered by Fridereich Schonbein and was described in a letter written in 1826 (R. Viebahn Haensler - “The Use of Ozone in Medicine” 3rd English Edition page 22). It has been used in medical and naturopathic medicine since the 1870's.

Under oxygenation is one of the main underlying causes of poor health. Oxygen/Ozone therapy seeks to redress this imbalance. Oxygen starvation is caused by poor breathing, de-oxygenated and refined foods, smoking, lack of exercise, environmental pollution and carbon monoxide poisoning (especially for those living in cities i.e. most of us) and the natural reduction in ambient oxygen that has been taking place since the Cretaceous era as confirmed by Science News November 7th 1987. Other treatments both conventional and alternative do work - as long as the blood stream is properly oxygenated.

From the Author of Oxygen Deficiency: A Concomitant to All Degenerative Illness "In all serious disease states we find a concomitant low oxygen state...Low oxygen in the body tissues is a sure indicator for disease...Hypoxia, or lack of oxygen in the tissues, is the fundamental cause for all degenerative disease."
Dr.Stephen Levine