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Conditions treated by Ozone

Ozone works on the cellular level so it can be used in many conditions and in different specialties. The conditions that can be treated by ozone can be divided under the following groups:

  • Some viral diseases e.g. Hepatitis, AIDS and Herpes Zoster. Nowadays there are several studies on the use of ozone in the treatment of AIDS, based on its anti-viral action.
  • Some degenerative diseases and disturbances of the immune system e.g. Rheumatic diseases and Rheumatoid disorders. Ozone is not only an immuno-stimulant but also an immuno-modulator, as it also stimulates the production of interleukin 10.
  • Some bacterial diseases e.g. infected wounds, diabetic foot, infected burns, and chronic sinusitis.
  • Some vascular diseases e.g. Atherosclerosis, Burger`s disease, Reynaud’s disease and Peripheral Vascular Insufficiency.
  • Some allergic conditions e.g. bronchial asthma and eczema.
  • Malignancy in combination with chemotherapy and/or radiotherapy
  • Obesity and hyper-cholesterolemia.
  • It is highly efficient in managing exhaustion, nervous tension and pain in general.


Common Indications for the use of Ozone in Medicine

1A: Non Patients:
Athletes: Stimulates the performance and decreases the recovery period. It is not prohibited
Beauty: Systemic and local weight reduction. Stimulates skin vitality and elasticity.
To enhance physical and mental performance, detoxification and stress control.
2B. Prevention:
Reduce the possibility of Coronary Insufficiency and Diabetes if there is a family history.
Reduce the possibility of complications in cases of Diabetes.
Ameliorates the Aging process.
3C. Patients:

Ozone contraindications:

Ozone should never be used in Thyrotoxicosis and Favism.

Ozone contra-applications:

Ozone should never be given by inhalation unless through olive oil.

Ozone side effects:

Ozone is the safest line of treatment known in history provided that it is used properly by experienced doctors.

Methods of Application:

  • Injection: auto haemotherapy: Withdrawal of 80-120 ml of blood, adding a calculated amount and concentration of ozone in oxygen to the blood, then re-infusing the blood again.
  • Direct injection into a muscle, joint or directly into a tumor.
  • Insufflation: in the ear, vagina, rectum, and ureter
  • Ingestion: ozonated water
  • Transdermal: bagging, body suit, ozonated olive oil, cupping with a funnel.
  • Steam Sauna