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What is ozone? 

Ozone is a naturally occurring gas produced in our atmosphere.  It attaches to pollutants in the atmosphere and destroys them, acting as an air purifier. 

Clinical uses 

As we age, our body loses its efficiency in the transportation and utilization of oxygen. Medical ozone therapy provides oxygen to the body, increasing the total amount of oxygen available to the tissues. It enhances circulation, stimulates oxygen delivery, activates the immune system, is anti-bacterial, antifungal and antiviral. Ozone therapy has been found to be an extremely safe medical therapy, with little side effects. Medical ozone can be administered through a variety of methods including:


IV Ozone (Major autohemotherapy): This method delivers ozone into systemic circulation, allowing every cell, tissue and organ to be exposed to the immune regulating, antimicrobial properties of the ozone. It can also be used in conjunction with chelation therapy (chelox therapy)


Rectal ozone: Ozone is delivered into the rectum via a cannula, allowing the ozone to be absorbed directly into circulation. This is ideal for patients who have an aversion to needles. 

Medical ozone has be used to treat a variety of health conditions including: 

  • Anti-aging

  • Autoimmune diseases

  • Cardiovascular disease 

  • Circulatory disorders

  • Diabetes

  • Chronic fatigue

  • Chronic infections (including Lyme)

  • Liver disease

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