Ozone, Oxygen, and Oxidation...

Ozone (O3) is an allotropic form of oxygen. It is oxygen in its most active state. Through the action of the lightning flashes and the the sunıs radiation on oxygen, nature produces ozone to purify the air. Ozone also destroys the organic decay upon which disease germs and bacteria thrive.

Like oxygen, ozone is a healthful gas. It has, however, a much greater oxidizing, antiseptic, and germicidal power. For these reasons, is being used with great success for the relief of various diseases.

The FDA and other organizations recently have been trying to debunk the beneficial and life-sustaining qualities of ozone by telling the public that it is poisonous and a deadly part of "smog" that it is dangerous and detrimental to the human body.

In reality, the opposite is true when ozone is used in safe and controlled concentrations. For more than 50 years, physicians from around the world have used ozone to treat and cure the disorders of countless people. Famous physicians like Dr. Rokitansky in Vienna, Dr. Eugene Blass of Germany, and many others have demonstrated the importance of this tremendous, naturally-occurring gas.

Ozone is one of the most energetic and useful agents known to science. Oxygen by itself is the fuel the body uses to oxidize wastes and microorganisms. Ozone is a higher form of oxygen and allows for an accelerated level of oxidation because of its third atom of oxygen (ozone=O3   oxygen=O2).

How does it work...?

When ozone enters the blood stream, it is carried to the various organs and tissues of the body and absorbed. The third oxygen atom of ozone, also known as a "free radical," immediately begins to seek something to combine with and oxidize. Viruses, bacteria, mold, yeasts, fungi, toxins, waste products, diseased cells, and other pollutants are primary targets. What remains when this third atom breaks off is pure Oxygen (O2), which the body gladly uses in a myriad of functions, including oxidation and basic cell metabolism.

Ozone is a completely natural remedy. During respiration, waste products are exposed to the action of the oxygen in the air and they are burned up and produce heat, very much as if they were put into a stove.

What's all this about "hot and cold"?

In the living body, heat is continually generated through the chemical action of carbon and oxygen. When the blood receives sufficient oxygen to unite with the carbon, (proportionally, two atoms of oxygen to one of carbon, oxidation is complete and carbon dioxide (CO2) is formed. It is eliminated from the body primarily through the lungs. This continual process of heat-producing oxidation is what keeps the body temperature at 98.6. With sufficient oxygen, the body is then properly able to resist the toxic influences of various bacteria, viruses, and environmental and industrial pollutants which otherwise could lead to disease.

However, when an insufficient amount of oxygen reaches the blood, carbon monoxide (CO) is formed which is NOT readily eliminated by the body. Carbon monoxide is a poison and can lead to trouble. Carbon monoxide is actually a de-oxidizer. It acts as an irritant to body organs and body temperature is reduced to below normal. The system is then incapable of adequately resisting the toxic influences of viral and bacterial microbes, pollution, and toxins. This can then result in disease and illness.

So prevalent is subnormal temperature among people who are "rundown," that nine out of ten will show a below normal temperature by thermometer. There have been several commonly accepted explanations for subnormal body temperatures in recent years. They range from "thyroid insufficiency" to "hypothalamus disorders."

These explanations are often correct only to a degree. The actual cause of many - if not most - cases of subnormal temperature is inadequate oxygen intake and assimilation. So, the thyroid, hypothalamus, or other endocrine organs named as the cause of subnormal temperature are really simply being hindered in their normal function by the oxygen deficiency of the body.

The correct way to address the problem is to increase the bodyıs oxygen content. The clinical thermometer is actually the best way to determine the existence of under-oxidation and should be used routinely. The temperature of one who is under-oxidized will be found to run from a fraction to several degrees below normal.

The under-oxidized and subnormal temperature person will often present one or more of the following symptoms:

Headache, dizziness, insomnia, constipation, faintness of feeling, loss of appetite, palpitation of the heart, bad kidney action, sporadic and related menstrual problems, cold hands and feet, and various other symptoms
...all of which are due to an oxygen-poor blood supply.

The symptoms or conditions that arise from a subnormal temperature are not necessarily in proportion to the degree of that subnormal temperature. A person showing even a fractional part of one degree of subnormal temperature may present the symptoms or conditions of disease to the same extent as someone else with a temperature of several degrees below normal.

It has also been suggested that a subnormal temperature may be a "normal" condition for some people. This deduction can be disproved by placing anyone with a subnormal temperature under active oxygen therapy. This will usually rapidly bring the temperature back to normal.

How will more oxygen help me?

A sufficiency of an active form of oxygen for the blood means:

Better blood, circulation, assimilation of nutrients, body temperature balance, vasomotor activity, digestion, better elimination of waste products, less chance of auto-intoxication or toxemia (the keynote of many diseases), better ability for the body to repair and restore itself during sleep, and less chance of infection and disease.
Two things have been clearly and irrefutably established about ozone therapy:
  1. One of the most common and important conditions that someone suffering ill-health needs to correct is the weakness and incapacity produced by an impoverished or diminished blood supply
  2. Under-oxidation produces bad health primarily because insufficient oxygen guarantees that of carbon monoxide will be prodced.
Carbon monoxide is a de-oxidizer, hemoglobin destroyer, an irritant, and a poison which devitalizes the blood and paves the way for a host of acute troubles - many of which become chronic, severe health problems.

Almost all forms of nervous, functional, respiratory, and blood disorders can be successfully corrected or mitigated by natural oxidation restoration. Over 50 years of continual oxygen/ozone treatment in Europe shows that poor oxidation is the cause of a multitude of disorders. Keeping the bodyıs oxidative processes running smoothly and the body temperature normal permits many health problems to correct themselves and quickly disappear.

How can extra oxygen be added to the human body
quickly and easily?


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