what is ozone
Oxygen is the single most important nutrient for the body and your health. The body can survive weeks without food, days without water, but only minutes without oxygen. Every cell of the body requires a continuous supply to generate energy, detoxify the body and maintain healthy cells. Any reduction in the availability of oxygen to the body, whether by poor posture and breathing, deoxygenated water and refined foods, smoking, stress, lack of exercise, environmental pollution or exposure to
carbon monoxide, reduces the optimal performance of these essential cellular functions. A lack of sufficient oxygen is a major cause of poor health, leading to conditions such as arthritis, low immunity, constant fatigue, cancer, regular colds and flu’s, hay fever, migraine, low vitality etc. When the body is flooded with an activated form of oxygen, namely ozone, people consistently report that these conditions as well as their general health, wellbeing and energy levels dramatically improve.
Ozone (O3) is activated oxygen (O2), and in a short period of time the O3 molecule will revert to oxygen. During this short half life cycle, the O3 molecule can therefore be utilized for sanitation and sterilization purposes. Ozone inactivates viruses, bacteria, yeast, fungus and protozoa.
Oxygen starvation is caused by:
Common symptoms of oxygen starvation:
INSUFFICIENT OXYGEN CAN RESULT IN CANCER
The link between insufficient oxygen and disease has been firmly established.
Insufficient oxygen can result in anything from mild fatigue to life-threatening disease. Dr. Otto Warburg was awarded the medical Nobel Prize in 1931 for discovering the cause of cancer.
He said, “Cancer has only one prime cause. The prime cause of cancer is the replacement of normal oxygen respiration of body cells by an anaerobic (oxygen-less) cell respiration.”
Once the level of oxygen available to a cell drops below 60% of normal, the cell is forced to switch to an inferior method of energy production. The cell can never be returned to the proper oxidation system, and loses its governor on replication. It begins to reproduce copies of itself wildly, a condition we call cancer.