Medical Ozone Facts
Ozone has been used in
Germany since the 1870's to disinfect blood and has been found
effective in eliminating transmission of hepatitis, syphilis,
and most recently, HIV. The most common method of ozone administration
in Germany has been major autohemotherapy. However, intravenous
ozone therapy has been used since the early 1980s.
The main advantages of intravenous are:
1. Precise dosage.
2. Consistently better results compared with
autohemotherapy. Direct IV application produces much better results
and requires fewer applications. This is particularly apparent
in patients with lung cancer, allergies, and AIDS.
3. Prompt elimination of any allergic components
contributing to cancer formation and virtually all other degenerative
diseases, all vascular diseases, immune diseases, and allergies
of all types. This effect is much more consistent than with autohemotherapy.
The same applies to removal viruses, bacteria, and fungi that
may also be adjunctive factors for cancer and other degenerative
diseases. Direct intravenous ozone consistently removes unwanted
antibodies from the bloodstream.
4. Clean application of the ozone with simple
syringes without the requirement of using disposable bottles and
other equipment that could be contaminated.
When ozone is injected into the blood stream,
it immediately starts to react with any available type of oxidizable
substrate, most notably the lipids of the cell membrane. Lipid
peroxidation products of ozone include alkoxyl and peroxyl radicals,
singlet oxygen, hydrogen peroxide (peroxide burst is the mechanism
by which viruses, bacteria, and fungi are killed by macrophages
and microphages), ozonides, carbonyls, alkanes and alkenes.
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