Scientific And Medical References
Proving Ozone Valid Medical Treatment
Abbreviated List With A Concentration On Successful Aids Research
1900 Medical ozone was used in the U.S. by Nikola
Tesla who formed the "Tesla Ozone Company" which was
the first company to use high voltage, high frequency, low amperage
AC systems and was granted many ozone patents. Medical ozone and
ozone products were used widely in the beginning of the century
and their use actually predates the FDA's inception in 1906.
1902 J.H. Clarke's "A dictionary of Practical
Materia Medica," London, describes the successful medical
use of "Oxygenium" in treating Anemia, Cough, Cancer,
Diabetes, Influenza, Morphine poisoning, Canker Sores, Strychnine
poisoning, Whooping-cough. Oxygenium is ozone charged water.
1902 Dr. Chas. O. Linder M.D. was written up
in Spokane, WA "Centennial" magazine as injecting medical
ozone and commonly using state of the art ozone equipment in his
1904 Ozone charged olive oil has been sold in
pharmacies for years all over the U.S. and used by thousands of
physicians under the trade name "Glycozone." As reported
in nineteenth edition of "The Medical Uses of Hydrozone and
Glycozone" by Chas. Marchand. The New York Chemist's 339
page book is in the Library of Congress with the U.S. Surgeon
general's stamp of approval on it.
1910 (+/-) Tesla's "Violet Ray" ozone
producing device commonly sold all over U.S. under many brand
names and configurations, even finding its way into the Sears
catalogue. Many had provisions for therapeutic breathing of strong
concentrations of ozone after bubbling it through certain organic
Violet Ray now available through all beauty supply shops in the
Copyright 1911, 13, 15, 16, 19, 20 Noble M.
Eberhart M.D., Ph. D., D.C.L. was published by New Medicine Publishing
Company. "A Working Manual Of High Frequency Currents"
Chapter 9 Ozone; Nature; Physiological Action; Methods of Administration;
Diseases In Which It Is Indicated. Dr. Eberhart was head of the
Department of Physiologic Therapeutics, Medical Department Of
Loyola University. Professor of High Frequency, Illinois School
of Electrotherapeutics. Head of Department of Electrotherapy,
Chicago College of Medicine and Surgery. Member of Chicago and
Illinois State Medical Societies, American Medical Association,
American Medical Editor's Association, Victoria Institute or
Philosophical Society of Great Britain.
He used ozone in Tuberculosis, Anemia and Chlorosis,
Chronic middle ear deafness and Tinnitus, Whooping Cough, Asthma,
Bronchitis and Hay Fever, Insomnia, Pneumonia, Nervous Disability,
Diabetes, Gout, and "Its beneficial action in syphilis has
been attested by many physicians."
"Ozonizing the air of a patients room is
the best method of employing ozone in this disease (tuberculosis)."
"In one sense of the word, since oxygen
is so essential, it might be easily claimed that ozone was indicated
in any bodily ailment... there are some diseases in which it is
of particular benefit. Among these are anemia; all diseases off
the respiratory organs, including tuberculosis; infectious diseases;
and all conditions where there is imperfect oxidation and
"H. de LaCoux, Chemical Expert to the Council
of the Prefecture of the Siene, Paris, says: "In the application
of ozone for tuberculosis, it is an undeniable clinical fact the
number of bacilli in the sputum diminishes after the second or
third treatment, even before the general condition of the patient
"Dr. George Stoker, London, reports nine
cases of tuberculosis treated within a year at the Stoker Oxygen
Hospital, of which eight were discharged with the disease definitely
1913 Eastern American Association for Oxygen
Therapy formed by Dr. Blass & German associates
1914 Nov 20th, Dr. Charles O. Linder was advertising
the availability "At a great expense" on his part, of
his new medical ozone machine in the Vol 1 No. 1 "Not yet
named Magazine" at the Apple Show near Spokane, WA. He was
passing the ozone through Eucalyptus, Pine, and Cedar oils as
scrubbers before inhalation of the gas.
1920 Dr. Charles S. Neiswanger, M.D. publishes
"Electro Therapeutical Practice" Ritchie & Company,
Chicago. "A Ready Reference Guide for Physicians in the Use
of Electricity and the X-Rays." Chapter 32 "Ozone as
a Therapeutic Agent." Dr. Neiswanger was the President and
Professor General Electro-Therapy Illinois School of Electro Therapeutics;
Chicago Hospital College of Medicine. "Ozone acts as a powerful
antiseptic in contact with diseased mucous surfaces, consequently
its beneficial action is quickly apparent in the treatment of
bronchial and laryngeal affections, catarrh, hay
fever and all diseases of the respiratory organs."
1929 "Ozone and Its Therapeutic Action."
Book names 114 diseases and applications of ozone and prints the
research from the centers and doctors centers using ozone. Armor
Research Foundation Institute of Technology, IL, American College
of Physical Therapy, Berlin University, Behren Memorial Hospital,
Glendale, CA, Board of Education, St. Louis, Bouvicant First
Hospital Paris, British Army Medical Service, London, Chicago
College Of Medicine and Surgery, Chicago, Harvard University,
Cambridge, MA, Polytechnic Institute, Brooklyn, NY, Physical Chemistry
University, IL, Post Graduate Medical School, NY, S. California
University of Los Angeles, Salaberry Hospital, Buenos Aires, Spaulding
General Hospital, Portland , OR, Western Reserve University, Cleveland,
OH, Washington University, Seattle, WA. A 40 page book with a
different medical paper from a different expert on each page.
1930 May 3rd, Journal of The American Medical
Association article: "The Therapeutic Use of Oxygen in Coronary
Thrombosis" by Robert L. Levy, M.D., and Alvan L. Barach,
M.D. Oxygen tents help oxygen starved heart attack victims.
1930 German dental physician E.A. Fisch was
regularly using ozone in his dental practice in Zurich Switzerland
and writes large number of ozone papers in Italian, French, &
German. Patents the "Cytozon," the first dental use
1931 Dr. Otto Warburg wins first Nobel Prize
for work proving cancer is caused by a lack of oxygen in the cells.
He states in "The Prime Cause and Prevention of Cancer"
that the cause of cancer is no longer a mystery, we know it occurs
whenever any cell is denied 60% of its oxygen requirements. This
through a buildup of pollution or toxicity within and around the
cell which blocks and then damages the cellular oxygen respiration
1932 renowned Austrian surgeon Dr. Erwin Payr
receives ozone therapy and thereby learns of medical ozone by
treatment from E. A. Fisch. Goes on to use ozone in his medical
practice, increasing its acceptability in surgery.
1935 Nov. Societe Francais d'Electrotherapie
et de Radiologie publishes M. Sourdeau (Le Mans) paper on "Ozone
in Therapy" Four machines to produce ozone have been installed
in the Electro-Radiology service in Beaujon-Clichy.
1938 Parisian Medical Bulletin - Bul Med Paris
52 or 42:745-749, Paul Aubourg, Honorary Electro-Radiologist in
the Hospitals of Paris, publishes "Medical Ozone: Production,
Dosage, and Methods of Clinical Application Using rectal insufflation
he noted that of 465 patients, the colon capacity varied from
150 to 800ccs (no megacolons), so everyone was x-ray photographed
ascertain the proper dosage without forcing the ilio-caecal valve.
Ozone injections into wounds last for 6 to 15 minutes, verified
by laboratory bacteriological results. Vaginal insufflations were
common. Breathable concentrations of ozone were routinely applied
to infected sinuses. Intermuscular injections were abandoned as
too painful and ineffective. In
8000 applications of ozone, there were no accidents or harmful
1938 Paul Aubourg "Results of 119 cases
of coliform infection treated by ozone in Beaujon-Clichy."
Presse Med 1938; 46:1987-1900.
1940's German Doctor Hans Wolfe wrote the book
1940's FDA starts seizing ozone machines, and
this policy continues to this day.
1940's "Polyzone," "Aetheozone,"
and other ozone machines were marketed in the U.S.
1942 "Gordon Detoxification and Hydro Surgery
- Theory and Practice" book published covering medical uses
of ozone as colon cleanser.
1943 During the Second World war, Dr. Robert
Mayer treated the FBI prisoners of war in the Ellis Island, NY
POW camp. Dr. Mayer subsequently learned of medical ozone from
one of the German prisoners and has since been applying ozone
to patients in the United States for over 45 years. Dr. Mayer
pediatrician, and has safely and effectively given ozone therapy
to over 12 thousand people, most of them children. He pioneered
the technique of ozone being injected directly into the spinal
fluid to end meningitis. Dr. Mayer has authored many medical papers
"Using Ozone As A Chemotherapeutic Agent
For the Treatment Of Diseases" Out of compassion, he recently
came out of retirement (he's in his seventies) and began treating
hundreds of AIDS patients with medical ozone.
1944 Dr. Otto Warburg wins second Nobel Prize
for his work linking cancer to damaged cell respiration due to
a lack of oxygen at the cellular level.
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