What is Ozone Therapy?
Ozone is a highly-charged molecule with oxygenating properties. When taken into the body, it delivers higher levels of oxygen to tissue, improving its ability to regenerate, boosting the immune system’s ability to fight infection, and increasing overall metabolism.
Ozone therapy has been commonly used in Germany since the 1950s. Doctors and medical practitioners use it to treat a variety of degenerative conditions including cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and liver and kidney disease. Biochemist Otto Warburg was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1931 for discovering that anaerobic cancer cells die in oxygen. This discovery makes ozone therapy an important modality in cancer treatment.