What is Ozone Therapy?

What is Ozone Therapy?

by biocharged staff
Ozone therapy refers to the process of administering ozone gas into your body to treat underlying conditions or symptoms. Popularized by Nikola Tesla over a century ago, ozone therapy is used to treat a variety of chronic diseases including cardiovascular disease, diabetes, Lyme disease, herpes, chronic fatigue states, auto-immune diseases, Crohn’s disease, and more.

Is Ozone Safe?
Ozone is a molecular species of oxygen known primarily for its ecological role in the Earth’s balance. It’s a form of oxygen that has three oxygen atoms in its molecule instead of the usual two oxygen atoms. The third oxygen atom is what makes ozone “supercharged,” and gives it all of its remarkable medical properties. When used according to medical guidelines, pure ozone is completely safe. There are a variety of different ways ozone can be used to treat medical issues. Most notable are direct intra-arterial and intravenous application, rectal insufflations, major and minor autohemotherapy, ozonated water, ozone bagging, and of course, ozonated oil.
When used according to medical guidelines, pure ozone is completely safe. There are a variety of different ways ozone can be used to treat medical issues.
Direct intra-arterial and intravenous application
No longer widely practiced, this method involves the injection of an ozone/oxygen mixture directly into an artery or vein with a hypodermic syringe.

Rectal Insufflations
First pioneered in the 1930s, this method involves a mixture of ozone and oxygen introduced through the rectum and absorbed into the body through the intestine. Traditionally administered in the presence of a doctor, this method has become popular in the United States for self-treatment of cancer, AIDS and other diseases.

This is the most commonly practiced method of ozone therapy, wherein a patient has 1 – 5 ounces of blood removed into a sterilized bottle, which is then injected with ozone. The bottle is gently shaken, allowing the red and white blood cells to take up the ozone. The ozonated blood is then returned to the body, taking about 30-40 minutes in total.

Ozonated Water
Ozone gas is bubbled through water, which is then used externally to bathe wounds, burns and slow-healing skin infections, as well as to cure infection in dentistry.

Ozone Bagging
This non-invasive method uses a specially made plastic bag that is placed around the area to be treated. An ozone/oxygen mixture is pumped into the bag and used to treat leg ulcers, gangrene, fungal infections, burns, and other slow-healing wounds.
why ozone therapy?
Why Resistor? Of course, perhaps the easiest and most wide-reaching method is that of ozonated oil. Used topically to treat skin ailments, its most effective benefits come from digestion via capsule. With Resistor, the delayed-release capsules target gut health in a way that’s both convenient and safe. The Charged formula introduces ozonides to supercharge the body’s mitochondria and strengthen cells at a micro level, triggering your body to produce beneficial compounds, which help your body fight against disease, illness, and more.
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