Blood Ozone Therapy and Cancer
Ozone is a colorless gas composed of three oxygen atoms. It is an anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and anti-viral agent. Blood ozone therapy offers an alternative to antibiotics, without the toxic side effect. By increasing the oxygen level in blood, it oxygenates the tissues in the whole body.
Blood Ozone Therapy Benefits
Ozone therapy is used in the disinfection and treatment of diseases by limiting the effects of viruses, bacteria and fungi, among others.
Studies have shown the promising health benefits of ozone therapy including improving circulation, boosting the immune system to speed up healing, purifying blood and the lymph, minimizing pain and stroke damage, stopping bleeding, normalizing hormone and enzyme production, preventing shock, reducing abnormal heart rhythm and the risk of diabetes complications, and improving cognitive functions.
Ozone therapy is also used by frequent travelers to boost their immune system. Changing sleep patterns, hectic schedules, as well as low oxygen and recycled air inside airplanes, can weaken the immune system and make people prone to sickness. Ozone therapy can help strengthen the body against contaminants.
As a portion of the blood is mixed with oxygen and ozone, it increases the oxygen saturation of the blood and stimulates anti-inflammatory enzymes needed to neutralize cancer cells. Not only does it positively affect the appearance of our skin, but it also helps our body’s healing process.
It supports blood and liver detoxification and is also anti-aging. It is administered intravenously or rectally. For therapeutic purposes, a program of 10 sessions is recommended.
Blood Ozone Therapy As Part Of Cancer Treatment
Ozone was discovered in 1840. For over 150 years, it has been used to treat different conditions.
How is ozone therapy applied?
When ozone is mixed with an equal amount of blood, ozone becomes oxygen and the blood has a concentration of approximately 33% more oxygen than normal—a level not possible when while exercising with an oxygen mask. The white blood cells produce cytokines and interleukins in response to ozone.
Cytokines are proteins, peptides and glycoproteins secreted by certain cells in the immune system. They are a category of signaling molecules and their functions include regulating immunity, inflammation and hematopoiesis. Interleukins are a subset of cytokines and they regulate cell growth, differentiation and motility.
When the blood is given back to the patient, their immune systems become supercharged. Blood ozone therapy creates an oxygen-rich environment in which cancer cells cannot survive. It also stimulates more cytotoxic lymphocytes to fight off cancer and other chronic conditions, like microbial infections and other causes of chronic inflammation.
Blood ozone therapy and cancer treatments are an essential and important part of our cancer care program. This is part of our metabolic therapies protocol.