Ozone Therapy

A Natural Health Solution for Optimal Wellness

The best way to optimize your health is to oxygenate every cell in your body. The more oxygen you have in our system, the more energy you produce, and the more efficiently your body operates. Oxygen is the life-giving, life-sustaining element. All body activities require oxygen and good health is dependent on healthy oxygen level in your body. Oxygen is vital to metabolism, circulation, respiration, digestion, purification and elimination. Oxygen purifies the blood, keeping it free of cellular waste and toxin build up.  Sufficient oxygen allows your body to rebuild itself and maintain a healthy, robust immune system. Oxygen starvation on a cellular level will result in under-performing bodily function and is scientifically established to be the major cause of illness and life threatening diseases including cancer! 

Ozone is an ‘activated’ form of oxygen where there are actually three atoms of oxygen attached together, forming a molecule that is “O3”. Ozone is far more energetic and oxidative than Oxygen, which is what makes it so valuable to us.

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Benefits of Ozone Therapy

Immune system regulation
Improves circulation
Stimulates oxygen uptake
Mitochondrial stimulant
Increases antioxidant protection

Health conditions that may benefit from ozone therapy include:

Allergies and sinusitis
Autoimmune (e.g. fibromyalgia, Rheumatoid arthritis)
Chronic fatigue syndrome
Degenerative joint disease
Digestive (e.g. Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis)
Ear infections
Heart disease
Lyme disease
Respiratory (e.g. bronchitis)
Shingles, herpes
Wound healing
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