In medicine, ozone therapy is used to disinfect and treat diseases by limiting the effects of bacteria, viruses, fungi, yeast, and protozoa.
What is Ozone Therapy?
Ozone gas treatment has many applications in the field of health and can help to treat many problems, either as an individual treatment or combined with other conventional medicines.
The benefits of ozone on the body include strengthening the immune system, stimulating white blood cells, preventing infections, and immune system deficiencies by destroying fungi, bacteria, and viruses. It also helps to counteract cell mutations.
What conditions can be treated?
Due to its multiple benefits, there are many health applications for ozone therapy. The ozone used in therapy is mixed with oxygen and can be used in many ways depending on the area of treatment.
Some of the most common applications include subcutaneous injections to treat pain and inflammation in localized areas such as joints and muscles. It can be administered intravenously with a saline solution and can be injected to treat varicose veins and other circulation problems.
How does it work?
It helps red blood cells to transport oxygen and improves circulation and general cell function. As well as being a powerful antioxidant, it helps to eliminate toxins.