Plain and simple – healthy cells need oxygen. Most infections occur because of the invasion of anaerobes that do not thrive in an oxygen-rich environment. Deprivation of oxygen to the body, for example through polluted air, sedentary lifestyle, or junk food diet, which requires a lot of oxygenation for elimination, encourages anaerobic microbes to proliferate. Over-growth of harmful microbes (i.e. virus, bacteria, fungus, mold, yeast) will lead to breakdown of enzymatic reactions, overload of metabolic wastes and ultimately cell death. Under similar anaerobic conditions, cells tend to mutate to more primitive life forms, turning from aerobic to anaerobic respiration for energy synthesis. Nobel Prize winner Dr. Otto Warburg in 1928 demonstrated that the primary cause of cancer is the replacement of oxygen in the respiratory chemistry of normal cells by the fermentation of sugar. The growth of cancer cells is a fermentation process, which can be initiated, only in the relative absence of oxygen. Ozone is one of nature’s most powerful oxidants. At the higher range of concentration ozone exhibits a strong germicidal effect by oxidative destruction. At concentrations below approximately three and a half per cent, the three main resitutional properties of ozone can be observed by its oxidative influence on the oxygen metabolism, the induction of specific enzymes and the activation of immunocompetent cells. It is these systemic influences of ozone that cause it to be such a potent therapeutic tool, because most of the diseases affecting humans today can be traced to diminishing levels of oxygen and a compromised immune system.

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