Scientific And Medical References
Proving Ozone Valid Medical Treatment
Abbreviated List With A Concentration On Successful Aids Research
Compiled from "O3 vs. AIDS"
By Ed McCabe
Copyright (C.) 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994 by Ed McCabe
This is the most complete
set of English language Ozone Medical references available to
date. It took Ed McCabe 7 years of hard work against formidable
opposition to bring this into existence as a public service. Therefore,
he requests that his name always be associated with this publication.
It is copyrighted under: Ed McCabe 1994.
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1885 Florida Medical Association published "Ozone"
by Charles J. Kenworthy, M. D., M.R.S.V. from Jacksonville Florida.
This proves that ozone was in regular medical usage in the U.S.
before 1885, and therefore predates the 1906 Pure Food and Drug
Act, its subsequent revisions, and the FDA as well. Therefore,
ozone's medical usage is grandfathered in the United States, and
held as perfectly legal for any M.D. to use without censure. Ozone
generating medical devices are claimed by the FDA to be a separate
question. (Note: see commentary further on about Dr. Willner's
case in 1991)
1896 Sept 22 Inventor genius Nikola Tesla patents
the first ozone generator in the U.S.
1898 Institute for Oxygen Therapy-Healing started
in Berlin by Thauerkauf & Luth. First injection of ozone into
animals, first bonding of ozone to solid form products (Haemozon,
now Homozon). Proprietary bonding technology method still unknown
and unbelieved by all but certain American, German and Russian
scientists. The chemistry is substantiated in Russian texts.
1898 Dr. Benedict Lust from Germany practicing
in NY. He was the originator & founder of Naturopathy, and
wrote many books and articles on ozone.
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