Chances are you have never heard of ozone therapy. Or even really know what ozone is outside of that invisible shield protecting the earth that the environmentalists talk about. Ozone therapy is a method of saturating the body with oxygen to enhance oxygen delivery and consumption, which happens to be the most important factor in overall health and healing. Ozone therapy rebalances the complex systems in the body. It is simply oxygen or O2 plus an extra molecule.

Ozone’s first documented uses came in 1871 during WWI to treat wounds and became scientifically studied in the 1960s. Ozone has continued to increase in popularity. Its rise of use comes not only from what it can all do but its safety profile as well. A European study showed a 0.0007% risk of side effects in nearly 5.5 million treatments. And typically, those side effects such as low-grade fever, fatigue, nausea, or rash in those with an ozone allergy, are very mild and short-lived. 

So why should you care about ozone and oxygen levels in your body?

When oxygen levels are suboptimal our bodies do not function at full metabolic capability, which can impact every system. Every step of every reaction in the body requires oxygen. A sub-cellular deficiency can be detrimental to our overall health and function, as well as our ability to fight off illness and chronic medical conditions. High-level- ozone treatment increases the stability of healthy cells and destroys deformed or unhealthy cells. It is the best antioxidant and free radical scavenger that exists. Ozone therapy is directly toxic to pathogens such as bacteria, viruses, parasites, and fungi. Promoting a faster immune response without damage to you and your healthy cells.

At the cellular level, ozone treatment increases ATP production and mitochondrial function, which are the energy powerhouses in the body. This leads to more available energy to repair deficiencies and damages in the body. It improves red blood cell flexibility so that blood flows better and circulation is enhanced. Ozone therapy also modulates the immune system by decreasing inflammation and promoting healing of damaged or injured tissues. Bringing the immune system to a healthier point of balance. Ozone therapy can be administered systemically in IVs, or locally at the site of a wound, rash, or injury.

What can Ozone Therapy treat?

The list of what ozone therapy can treat is vast and long. That lists includes autoimmune conditions, cancers, acute and chronic infections including sinus infections, mold toxicity, Lyme’s disease, chronic fatigue, gut issues such as IBS and Crohn’s disease, inflammatory conditions, and beyond. Ozone is also used by many for prevention and enhancement of their current health such as high-level athletes, anti-aging, or anyone wanting to focus on their wellness. It is important to note that ozone is not a drug, nor it is promoted to cure any disease states. Ultimately, Ozone treatment is helping your body restore balance and enhance its ability to function at the highest level.

Ozone Therapy Cured Me

I can say from personal experience that ozone could have saved me a lengthy and expensive trip to the ER. After failing to give me a diagnose or option for severe chest wall pain despite labs and imaging, I decided to give ozone a try. Within 90 minutes I was pain-free with no return in symptoms ever. Ozone therapy cured me. Ask yourself, what do you have to lose? What do you have that could be alleviated or improved with ozone? Time to invest in your wellness. Learn more about Ozone https://re-newinstitute.com/ozone-therapy-2/


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  • Dr. Melissa Loseke

    Dr. Melissa Loseke is an innovator in medicine and a dedicated physician specializing in anti-aging and regenerative medicine, peptide therapy, cellular repair and optimization, sports medicine, tissue, and joint repair. She is widely considered an expert of women’s and men’s hormonal health, sexual health, aesthetics, and overall wellness.

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