Ozone therapy is a form of medical therapy and not the ozone as we know of that is “contaminating” the world.
Ozone is the combination of three oxygen particles (O3). The air that we breathe is made of two particles (O2). Ozone particles are not stable and will quickly disintegrate to reform the more stable oxygen particle (O2). This means, ozone does not stay operational in its unstable state, it rapidly turns back into oxygen. Its function lies in its the transformation from O3 to O2.
Ozone therapy harnesses the transformation of three oxygen particles to two. As ozone is delivered into the body, it quickly transforms into a stable state, forming various types of activated oxygen forms. These active forms exert a “nudging effect” on the body’s most basic engine – the mitochondria.
The mitochondria, simply put – is the body’s power generator. When the generator runs inefficiently, the body operates poorly. During this time, diseases creep up and though initially these can be cleared up easily, these problems continue to pile up. As time passes, chronic diseases develop and become permanent problems in the body. Ultimately, chronic diseases that are not managed become cancerous.
Ozone through its transformation and the production of activated oxygen forms gives the mitochondria a “reboot”. When the mitochondria restarts, it is like changing the car engine oil. As a result, biological wastes trapped inside the body can be removed from the body and chronic diseases have a good chance to be treated and cured.
Medical ozone is generated from medical grade oxygen which is usually only available in a clinic or hospital setting. Ozone has to be made “fresh”. It cannot last long in the environment.
The benefits of ozone therapy is far and wide. It can positively influence many components of your blood, your body’s metabolism, many chronic infections and the dysfunction of many organs in your body such as cancers. Ozone therapy can be used as regular management to continuously boost and regenerate your body. It can be used to treat resistant infections deemed “incurable” by western medicines. It can also be used in tandem with more toxic but sometimes necessary therapies such as chemotherapy.
You must be curious by now as to what “specific” problems can Ozone therapy “cure”? Here are some chronic diseases we encounter frequently in our animal patients; the list is by no means exhaustive:
- Skin infections (fungal, bacterial, ulcers, decubital ulcers, injuries)
- Ear infections (fungal, bacterial)
- Liver disease
- Kidney disease
- Respiratory disease
- Chronic diarrhea
- Chronic pain
- Bladder infections
- Immune system dysfunction
- Wound management
Does your pet have have chronic problems that medicines cannot seem to fix? It’s time to come have a chat with us.
Call us on 2915 2095 for a consultation!