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Very powerful disinfectant – it destroys bacteria, viruses, fungi, yeast and protozoa. 

Painless, no after-effects, very cost effective. Can be formed and administered with very basic equipment, even out in the open veld. Can be used by consumers in Third World countries to purify water. 

Ozone can not be patented. Therefore no profit can be made from research into and development of ozone treatments. Pharmaceutical companies are therefore not interested in ozone. This makes it natural healing’s best kept secret. 


What is ozone? 

About 20 to 30 metres above Earth, oxygen (02) is turned into ozone (O3) by the Sun’s ultraviolet rays. Ozone is also produced during thunderstorms when lightning is exposed to the oxygen in the air. It is also formed when waterfalls and sea waves (H2O) fall or break onto rocks. 

From a chemical point of view, ozone is oxygen with an extra ‘O’ molecule. In electrical terms, ozone is oxygen with a higher energy charge. For this reason, it is unstable – it easily reverts back to O2 – and also reactive. 


The history of medical ozone 

1857:    The first ozone generators are developed by Siemens. 

1870:    A report is published on the use of ozone to therapeutically purify blood. 

1881:    Ozone is used as an antiseptic during an outbreak of diptheria. 

1893:    The world’s first ozone water purification plant is installed in Holland. Today, more than
3 000 municipalities use ozone to treat and disinfect water – this is a much safer, quicker and
cheaper way than purifying water with chemicals such as chlorine. 

1896:    The electronic genius Nikola Tesla develops and patents the first ozone generator which is later sold to medical doctors. In 1920, he develops the cold plasma ozone generator that, 70 years on, still works. 

1898:    The Institute for Oxygen Therapy is founded in Berlin. 

1902:    Reports are published on the successful use of ozone therapy in the treatment of anaemias, cancer, diabetes, flu, morphine poisoning, strychnine poisoning and whooping cough.

1911:    Dr Berhart (Loyola University) treats tuberculosis, anaemias, whooping cough, asthma, bronchitis, hay fever, insomnia, pneumonia, gout and syphilis with medical ozone. 

1914-1918:        Ozone is used during the First World War to treat wounds, gangrene and the effects of poisonous gas. Dr Wolff (Berlin) uses ozone to treat colon cancer, cervical cancer and bedsores. 

1920-1929:        More papers and books appear on the use of ozone as medicine, written amongst others by the heads of all the large American hospitals. 

1926:    Dr Otto Warburg – the only person ever to receive two Nobel Prizes for medicine, and also nominated for a third – discovers that cancer cells are formed at cellular level due to a shortage of oxygen.

1932:    The Swiss dentist, Dr E A Fisch, uses ozone in dentistry and Dr Erwin Payr, a surgeon, uses it during operations. However, the ozone destroys the rubber tubes used to administer it. This problem is overcome with the later development of Teflon® and polivinyl tubes. 

1933:    The American Medical Association, with Dr Simmonds at its head, starts to destroy all medical treatments that are in competition with pharmaceuticals. The suppression of ozone treatment started then and still continues.


1934-1938:        French specialist physicians use ozone intravenously. 

1948-1977:        Ozone treatments are used widely as medical therapy by respected European physicians. 

1979:    Dr George Freibott treats an Aids patient with ozone for the first time. 

1980:    Dr Horst Kief reports on the successful treatment of Aids with ozone. 

1990:    The eye conditions glaucoma, conjunctivitis and retinitis pigmentosa (RP) are treated with ozone. 

1992:    Burns are treated with ozone with amazing results. 

Today:  Ozone therapy is recognised in many countries as medical therapy. The most common commercial use of ozone is for water purification. Both the FDA and EPA certify that ozone destroys 99.9992% of all harmful (pathogenic) organisms, while it also destroys 99.9992% of all toxins.


Ozone as therapy 

Ozone is a very safe medical therapy that can be administered intravenously (IV), orally (in water), rectally (as gas), or onto the skin (as gas, in water or in an oil base) for the treatment of hundreds of medical conditions. It can also be used in all these forms to prevent medical problems. 

Hundreds of diseases all have one thing in common – the underlying cause. This cause is a shortage of oxygen (O2), called hypoxia, at cellular level. The regular use of ozone in the home can give protection against general disease, eliminating the later need and high cost of treating the effects of toxic build-up.


How does ozone treatment work?

To understand how ozone (O3) works, one has to understand the function of O2

Oxygen is the most important component for life. A human being can survive for a week without water, and without food for a month, but can only survive for four minutes without oxygen before permanent brain damage occurs. O2 is the life-giving and life-supporting element, and it is required for all bodily functions. Through oxidation the body forms heat and energy from its fuel (food) and secretes microbes and waste products. 

The human body consists of water (of which 90% is lymph and 10% is blood) and O2. A cell functions by burning sugar in the presence of O2 to produce energy. The waste products resulting from this is carbon dioxide and H2O. If there is not sufficient O2, carbon monoxide and lactic acid is formed. Carbon monoxide prevents red blood cells from taking up fresh supplies of O2, and the body temperature lowers. Lactic acid builds up in the system, blocks nerve paths, calcifies and results in degeneration. More O2 is then needed to break down the toxins. Many toxins are carried through the bloodstream, and some are stored in fat cells. The water content of the body gets more and more polluted, resulting in disease. 

A cell that does not have sufficient oxygen is not capable of defending itself by forming a special layer of enzyme on the cell surface. This makes it easier for viruses and bacteria to infiltrate the cell. 

Oxygen therefore is needed for good health, and the more O2 there is present in the body, the more energy there is available to the body, and the more efficiently the body can rid itself of toxins and waste products.

 From this it is clear that oxidation is very important for the body’s metabolism, blood circulation, the respiratory system and the digestive system. Sufficient O2 allows the body to heal itself and helps to support the immune system.


What does ozone do?

 The role of ozone is manifold:

 §         It deactivates viruses, bacteria, fungi etc. Disease-causing germ cells do not have a protective layer of enzyme, allowing the ozone to enter these cells and oxidise them (destroying the cell membranes through oxidation). It also inhibits cell growth.

§         It stimulates the immune system: O3 causes elevated levels of red blood cells (RBC) so more O2 is released into tissue cells.

§         It clears arteries.

§         It improves blood circulation: O3 inhibits clumping of RBC, improving the capacity of cells to carry O2 and causing RBC to circulate better.

§         It cleanses blood and lymph: O3 oxidises toxins in the blood so the toxins can be broken down. The use of O3 in donor blood can prevent the transmission of hepatitis, Aids, syphilis and other infections. O3 has been used in Germany since 1950 to sterilise donor blood. The Canadian Red Cross is doing research on this use of ozone.

§         It normalises hormone and enzyme production.

§         It relieves inflammation and pain.

§         It stops bleeding.

§         It prevents shock and damage from strokes.

§         It improves cardiac arrhythmia.

§         It improves brain function and memory.

§         It chelates heavy metals.

§         It prevents degenerative disease and can cause a turnaround in them.

§         It prevents and treats infectious disease.

§         It prevents and eliminates auto immune disease.

§         It treats cancer: O3 inhibits the metabolism of cancer cells, it oxidises the cancer cell’s cell membranes to break down the cell, and stimulates the functions of phagocytes (killer cells that break down cancer cells).


Ozone is not manufactured by pharmaceutical companies, and is not the ‘golden bullet’ with which all disease can be ‘shot’. It is a therapeutic aid that helps and supports the body to heal itself. It is therefore important that the immune system is still functioning.