Ozone Therapy

You know that fresh, clean smell in the air after it rains? That’s ozone, a powerful molecule that gets pulled from the atmosphere by electricity during a thunderstorm.

Ozone is oxygen, but it’s different to the oxygen molecules you breathe.

It’s one of the best ways to upgrade your mitochondria — the power generators in your cells — so they produce more energy, especially in your brain. I used ozone therapy years ago to get rid of damage from toxic mold. I still use it today to make my mitochondria stronger.

Ozone therapy floods your body with small amounts of ozone in a controlled way.

 

 

“Ozone is molecular O3, versus the regular form of oxygen we’re breathing right now, which is molecular O2, meaning that while regular oxygen contains two oxygen atoms, ozone contains three.”

Ozone therapy affects a lot of different systems in your body, depending on how you get the ozone.

Here are some of the benefits of ozone therapy:

  • Energy production. Low doses of ozone lipoperoxides gently stress your mitochondria, making them stronger and more efficient at producing energy.
  • Brain function.Lipoperoxides can cross the blood-brain barrier and reach your brain, which has a huge concentration of mitochondria. That could explain why ozone therapy helps people recover brain function after a stroke. Ozone therapy also increases blood flow to your brain, which will further boost your mitochondria. I felt a dramatic and almost immediate improvement in my brain function after doing ozone therapy.
  • Decreased inflammation. It seems strange that flooding your body with free radicals decreases inflammation, but it’s true. The key is getting the right dose. Low levels of ozone stress your cells just enough to make them stronger; they produce glutathione and superoxide dismutase.
  • Faster wound healing. Ozone speeds up wound healing, and is especially useful for chronic or treatment-resistant wounds.
  • Anti-mold, antibacterial, antimicrobial, and antiparasitic effects. Ozone treatment started out as a way to sterilize drinking water. Researchers quickly realized that it also treats bacterial infections, even when bacteria are resistant to antibiotics, and kills parasites. Ozone completely removes toxic mold and mycotoxins as well, which is why I originally got into ozone therapy. At the time, it was the only thing I’d found that helped me recover from toxic black mold exposure.
  • Strong teeth and gums.The combination of antibacterial and anti-inflammatory benefits makes ozone a powerful way to upgrade your teeth and gums.

 

What type of ozone therapy is best?

There are a lot of different ways to get ozone into your body. Which one is best depends on your goals.

1.UBI assists patients battling an infection and enables them to develop a direct, self-generated response. UBI can be used as a therapy in two forms, either as specific (i.e. psoriasis, lymph cancer) or non-specific (chronic infections, auto-immune diseases, etc.) Among other things, it has also proven to increase oxygen flow to the tissues. The vasodilation and microcirculation created provides for a new, supercharged immune response and an improvement of overall health.

  • Ozonated water/oilis the easiest form of ozone therapy. You put ozone in water or oil and swallow it, delivering ozone to your stomach. This option is good for clearing out pathogenic gut bacteria or parasites. You can also swish ozonated water or oil around your gums for better oral hygiene, or put it on skin wounds and infections.
  • Ozone injectionsare another options.  You can inject ozone pretty much anywhere and it will act locally near the injection site. Ozone injections are good for getting ozone to specific organs and, tumors., etc.
  • Rectal ozonationis exactly what you think it is: you insert a catheter and send about a liter of ozone gas into your colon. This is the option I chose to do to myself for my first ozone treatment. The ozone goes straight to the liver, which makes it good for enhancing detox and liver function, and it will reach parasites and pathogenic bacteria in your gut.

 

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