Dr. William Turska, 1951
Health is dependent almost entirely
upon a pure, healthy blood and good systemic circulation. Every
organ, nerve, tissue and cell depends on vital blood flow and
clean lymph, for nourishment and elimination of wastes. When these
vital fluids are impaired, the system begins a general degeneration
and alteration from the norm. The object of respiration is to
bring atmospheric oxygen in close relationship with the hemoglobin
of the blood and permit the interchange of oxygen with carbon
dioxide, thus eliminating this end product of oxidation along
with other products in minute quantities. In the process of respiration,
waste products are exposed to the action of oxygen and they are
combusted, producing body heat. In the living organism, heat is
continually being generated through the chemical action of oxygen
upon carbon. When the blood receives sufficient oxygen to unite
with the carbon, carbon dioxide is formed, which is in a suitable
state to be eliminated. The process of oxidation is complete,
the body temperature is maintained at normal, the organs perform
their functions properly and the system is in a condition to resist
the influence of microbes.
When, however, an insufficient amount of oxygen is received by
the blood, carbon is incompletely burned, and carbon monoxide
is produced. Through its poisonous influence, the system becomes
debilitated, or 'run down'. Carbon monoxide is an irritant to
the nervous system, it attaches to the hemoglobin in red blood
cells, and it interferes with organ functions. The body temperature
is reduced below normal which renders the system incapable of
resisting the influence of various bacteria, viruses and yeast.
Disease is the result.
Subnormal temperatures indicate under-oxidation, or hypoxia. The
under oxidized person will present a host of symptoms: headache,
backache, insomnia, vertigo, constipation, asthenia, anemia, and
non-specific gastrointestinal upsets. Under-oxidation renders
the system susceptible to a multiplicity of disorders, which will
worsen and become chronic over time.
Scientists long ago recognized the great oxidizing and antiseptic
properties of ozone, but owing to its irritating effects when
used in raw form, it was abandoned from the therapeutic calendar
except in a few instances. The therapeutic abilities of ozone
were in evidence, but the manner of application would not allow
ease of use or reliable results.
With modern equipment and protocols, ozone is now able to be used
to great therapeutic effect. It has been found that ozone potentiates
hormones, botanicals, vitamins and many drugs (especially aspirin)
by an amount ranging from 10 - 100%. In addition, it has been
demonstrated that ozone treatment of milk completely eliminates
any harmful bacteria without having to resort to pasteurization,
which destroys beneficial enzymes.
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