Case Studies on Cancer using Ozone Therapy:
Twenty-year-old Richie was handed a death sentence after cancer surgery on his large intestine did not capture all the malignant cells. The attending veterinarians expected the cancer to grow again rapidly, and also metastasize. He was treated with intravenous (IV) ozone for more than 4 years, before being euthanized for multiple reasons. The postmortem showed that the tumor had not spread; it grew back only in the area where the cells had not been completely removed.
A few years earlier, IV ozone had successfully healed Richie's broken splint bone infection (osteomyelitis) without any other antibiotic, except colloidal silver.
Scooter is back to work as a pleasure horse after IV and topical ozone treatments helped heal his infected tendon sheath when he was 21. It had not healed properly after surgery, and some professional opinions were that he should be euthanized, as it was an antibiotic resistant infection.
Our small animal companions benefit from ozone, too. Emmy, a 16-year-old Jack Russell Terrier had ozone treatments rectally for a thigh tumor. It shrank from the size of a hockey puck to a flat spot in just seven weeks.
Medical ozone has been used to treat infections, wounds, and multiple diseases, and to disinfect drinking water. As an anticancer, antiviral, antibacterial, and antifungal agent, ozone is unsurpassed, especially because there are no appreciable side effects.
Ozone therapy has been around for more than 150 years. Heads of leading medical institutions in the U.S. contributed to a 1929 book, 'Ozone and Its Therapeutic Actions,' describing the treatment of 114 diseases using ozone.
HOW OZONE HELPS THE BODY HEAL
Oxygen deficit is key to the development and progression of all disease processes. Dr. Otto Warburg's work, confirmed by others, shows that this deficit and subsequent toxin buildup is the fundamental cause of all degenerative disease.
Ozone helps the body achieve more complete oxidation, helps maintain normal body temperature, and increases the effects of most hormones, vitamins, herbs, homeopathics, and drugs.
Antioxidants help the body protect itself from excessive oxidative damage caused by multiple free radicals, many of which are inactivated by ozone. The support of free radical scavenging systems is important but only oxygen can improve the deficit that makes cells vulnerable to oxidative damage in the first place.
HOW OZONE CAN BE ADMINISTERED
Ozone can be injected into a vein, acupuncture point, joint, or soft tissue for prolotherapy. It can be administered as a gas into the anus, bladder, rectum or vagina. For topical applications, ozone can be mixed with water, olive oil, saline solution or Lactated Ringer's Solution, then used to rinse an area. It can be consumed in water or olive oil as a drink.
Dosage and frequency protocols vary widely. Initial high dose treatments may 'jumpstart' the immune system, followed by lower doses. Some prefer 'starting slow and going low' with dosage and still have good results.
However, breathing ozone directly can irritate the lungs and direct treatment of the lungs by inhalation should be avoided.
Air (predominantly nitrogen) can form emboli and cause the bends or decompression disease. Oxygen/ozone mixtures cannot cause emboli when injected at reasonable rates because they dissolve and diffuse very quickly in body fluids.
OZONE COMBINED WITH OTHER THERAPIES
Long-term ozone therapy can be augmented by supplementation with antioxidants, but normally they should not be administered within 4 to 12 hours of ozone therapies.
Concurrent ozone administration reduces the amount of chemotherapeutic drugs needed to achieve effect by 25-75%. It complements chelation therapies and frequently improves the effect and sense of well being in patients, both human and animal.
OZONE USE GAINING ACCEPTANCE
Medical ozone therapy is legally used in 16 nations. More than 7000 doctors in Germany use it daily, and ozone generators are in ambulances for treatment of stroke victims. The incidence of permanent paralysis in these patients is much less than that in similar patients where ozone is not used.
Eleven states in the US (AK, CO, GA, MN, NY, NC, OH, OK, OR, SC and WA) have passed access-type bills to ensure that alternative therapies are available to consumers.
Ozone concentration is measured in u/ml or gm/L of oxygen; 5% or 70 u/ml is usually the maximum concentration used in clinical medical applications. High concentrations will damage red cells and inhibit growth of healthy cells.
The ozone concentration must be carefully controlled with accurate flow rates, requiring pediatric regulators for the needed slow flow rates to produce high concentrations. Therefore, homemade machines and lesser quality nonmedical devices are not appropriate.
Ozone works with the body's systems to help it heal itself. It is a safe and effective treatment that is being rediscovered in this country. Visit these websites for additional information.