Within the cell, the oxygen can stimulate the mitochondria to produce energy at the cellular level. Increasing this production results in healthier tissues, more efficient metabolism, and increased resilience to infection. Ozone also has a direct antimicrobial effect. It can treat bacterial infection, viral infections, Lyme disease, and parasites. Regular use of ozone therapy slows aging by increasing oxygen utilization to the brain, muscles, skin, and internal organs. Please visit www.aaot.us for the American Academy of Ozone Therapists website for data on Medical Ozone’s health applications.
Conditions that should show positive results from ozone in research include:
Coronary Artery and Cardiovascular Disease
Gangrene/vessel claudication/Diabetic ulcers and neuropathy
Ozone is delivered to the GI, urinary tract, or vagina using a small catheter attached to a pre-filled bag of ozone. The patient inserts the catheter themselves. These methods are used to treat infections with candida, parasites, bacterial overgrowth, menstrual cramps, endometriosis, Interstitial Cystitis, prostatitis, and autoimmune colon diseases.
Major Auto-Hemotherapy (MAH) involves the injection of medical grade ozone gas into blood drawn from a patient. The ozone is allowed to mix with the blood for a period of time and is then intravenously infused back into the same patient.
It appears that when ozone is injected into the treated sample of blood, it destroys any pathogens, and when it is injected back into the person, it may have the effect of an autogenous (self- generated) vaccine although more research is necessary to better understand this potential effect.
MAH is a specific, medical procedure that must be performed by properly trained, medical professionals in accordance with strict protocols.
When properly performed, MAH is comfortable, safe, and effective. It has a cumulative effect so that each treatment builds on and enhances the effects of previous treatments.
Ozone is introduced to the nose and ears to access the sinuses, brain, lungs, mouth, thyroid, and other issues. Ear and nasal insufflation is used to treat sinus infection, respiratory allergies, asthma, cognitive decline, head trauma/concussions, migraines, and common headaches.
These are ways of delivering ozone to particular areas of the body. Ozone cupping can be used over single wounds to simulate healing. Limb bagging of the hands can be used for arthritis and local infections of the fingers, while limb bagging of the feet can be used for diabetic ulcers, athlete’s foot, toenail fungus, and neuropathies.
In this natural treatment, ozone gas is injected under the skin, around the site of injury or inflammation.