How Ozone Therapy works with Cancer Cells

Posted: November 17, 2014 in Home
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Below is a step by step explanation on ozone, oxygen, and basic cell mechanics. This was kindly put together by a good friend of mine Brooke Stern, who you can find on Facebook by following this link


How Does Ozone Therapy Work?
Ozone therapy has been in use for many years by thousands of West German doctors who claim, in hundreds of scientific and clinical studies, that they are able to inactivate AIDS and other viruses and cancer through ozone therapy. They explain that diseased cells have a lowered enzyme count in their cell wall or ‘lipid envelope’.

Looking at a diseased cell electrochemically, the first thing that differentiates it from normal cells is that the protein coating that surrounds it is contoured distinctly. The disease that has invaded the cell is parasitical, drawing off the cellular electricity or ‘life force’ of its host. This creates ‘cell stress’ and under these conditions, the cell can only manufacture a substandard protein coating for itself. When ozone is introduced into the blood in correct, stable concentrations it is immediately converted into hydroxyperoxides and other beneficial free radical scavengers. 

Ozone Is Safe and Non-Toxic
Medical ozone (the correct term is triatomic oxygen, but for simplicity we will call it medical ozone) is completely safe and non-toxic to humans when administered responsibly with precise technology. It is extremely important that the proper ozone generator be used to generate the ozone. One must ensure that the ozone is clean, pure, and free of contaminants. This is only possible if the ozone only touches a glass electrode (never metal or ceramic) while inside the ozone generator, and only possible if the tubing and fittings inside the electrode are 100% ozone resistant. If the ozone touches metal, plastic, rubber, or other materials that can be oxidized by the ozone, the byproducts of the breakdown of these materials will travel with the ozone, and contaminate the ozone.


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