Ozone therapy is growing in popularity around the world, despite being one of the most misunderstood therapies available. It is freely used and studied by medical societies cheap in Austria, Italy, Germany, Switzerland and France, including the International Ozone Association, the Medical Society for Ozone Application, the Swiss Medical Society for Ozone and Oxygen Therapies, and the International Medical Ozone Society. So what is ozone therapy, what does it do and why is it so controversial?
A lot of the questions that arise about ozone have to do with pollution and the ozone alerts we have become so familiar with. When you hear words like “ozone alert” it’s easy to wonder about the safety of something called ozone therapy. How can “pollution” be good for the body?
It can’t, but ozone is not pollution – it only serves as an indicator of pollution. The burning of fossil fuels produces hydrocarbons that can gather and cause the pollution we are currently battling. When the ultraviolet rays of the sun hit hydrocarbons, ozone is one of the byproducts. Because ozone is much easier to detect, it is used as a reference point for hydrocarbon levels, but ozone itself is not the problem.
Some ozone critics point out that people have died after receiving treatments from unlicensed practitioners. This is true of any therapy when used improperly (some of the deaths we found were as a result of non-ozone therapies performed by people who called themselves ozone practitioners). When used properly, ozone is extremely safe, one of the safest therapies in the world. By contrast, according to the 2003 report, Death by Medicine, approximately 783,936 people in the US die from conventional medical mistakes every year and of those 106,000 are due to prescribed drugs (a number that may be under-reported).
Velio Bocci of the University of Sienna Department of Physiology in Italy, a leading ozone researcher, says, “it has been demonstrated that the judicious application of ozone in chronic infectious diseases, vasculopathies, orthopedics and even dentistry has yielded such striking results that it is deplorable that the medical establishment continues to ignore ozone therapy.”
Ozone can be created for use in ozone therapy by using an oxygen tank or oxygen concentrator with a good ozone generator capable of creating ozone in concentrations between approximately 10 mg/ul and 60 mg/ul. A concentration of over 70-80 is not recommended and lower levels are more suitable for internal use. The ozonator essentially attaches an extra oxygen molecule to the traditional double oxygen molecule (O2) which becomes ozone (O3). Almost immediately, that single molecule will break off and start attaching itself to the walls of viruses, bacteria, fungi, molds, parasites, pesticides, chemicals, poisons, rotting matter, odors, yeasts and weakened cells.
The singlet neutralizes the pathogens, turning them into dead debris that can then be eliminated from the body. Cells that are susceptible to ozone are those that have weak or simplistic enzyme coatings – healthy cells cannot be penetrated. Unhealthy cells are destroyed and carried away by the circulatory system where the elimination organs can get rid of them. This process takes time, which is why it is better to use lower dosages of ozone over a longer period of time instead of high doses in a short amount of time.
If you have been searching the internet frantically as thousands have been for gas saving methods or devices you would have discovered literally hundreds of sites yapping about HHO gas or as some call it Brown’s gas. You would have seen the fantastic stories of astounding gas mileage increases and seemingly impossible gas savings and you would have been thinking to yourself is this really possible? or is it the usual internet fairy tale.
HHO (Brown’s) gas is also known as OxyHydrogen and is the product of the electrolysis of water. It is simply a mix of Hydrogen and Oxygen with the cathode(negative pole) of the electrolysis cell liberating Hydrogen and the anode(positive pole) liberating oxygen, the resulting combination of the two gases being HHO or Brown’s Gas. The name Brown is associated with Professor Yull Brown after whom the gas was unofficially named. Since water is the primary raw material then the potential for the production of such a fuel is enormous and added to this the facts that on ignition Hydrogen will expand to eighteen hundred times its original volume and pound for pound Hydrogen is three times more potent than Gasoline.