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Ozone Therapy – Inhaling Ozonide for Respiratory Infections

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Dr Robert Rowan M.D. is one of the most experienced practitioners and researchers in the area of ozone therapy. Having traveled to Africa to successfully treat doctors and health care workers infected with Ebola, he has a hands on experience with lethal viruses as well as the myriad of infectious organisms that pose a threat to humanity. In the first video below he discusses the potential effect ozone gas has on coronavirus, COVID19. Have there been sufficient studies on the effectiveness of ozone therapy for respiratory infections such as COVID19? A search of pubmed.gov may help researchers to evaluate this with double blind studies.

There are many ways to utilize ozone therapy. Physicians around the world use it via IV injection of the ozone gas into blood and then drip the blood into the patient's vein.   Other routes of ozone infusion of the body include ozonating water or with proper training, through inhalation (ozonide only) injection into joints, extremity bagging, rectal insufflation, vaginal insufflation and in dentistry, through injection into gums of patients with periodontal disease.

There are many designs of ozone generators available for a multitude of uses. Because it is controversial and potentially harmful, it is important to be be educated on the safe handling of ozone gas and be sure to seek medical advise prior to using ozone for any condition.

Safe use of ozone therapy for respiratory infections

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Ozone therapy at home for coronavirus? A highly controversial and important debate.

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Articles such as this are starting to appear that explain how ozone therapy at home can be used to prevent infection and destroy viruses. Can the same be said for COVID19 coronavirus?

Ozone therapy has been used extensively worldwide. While it may not be commonly administered in the US, it is legal and in fact practiced by many physicians who inject ozone intravenously and intra-articularly (into joints). It has been used for every type infection as it destroys biofilms, rapidly reproducing cells and virus structures which have few antioxidant defenses and as an immunity boost stimulating ATP energy accumulation and DNA production of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory proteins. Dentists use it for gum disease, bone remodeling and healing and for abscessed root canals. Use of ozone therapy at home may be the best approach as the world deals with travel restrictions and self isolation. To use ozone therapy at home see the links below with instructional videos and ozone generator equipment available online.

While ozone/oxygen gas can be harmful when inhaled directly, ozonide is a safe to use form of the ozone gas. To do this it must be carefully "washed" by bubbling the ozone-oxygen gas through a suitable oil such as olive oil .If this is not done correctly however, the gas inhaled can be very irritating to the lungs. See this link for instructions. With ozone oil washing, the resulting ozonide gas can be inhaled, driving the anti-viral, anti-bacterial gas directly into the lung tissue. By getting ozonide deep into the alveoli and bronchioles, users have a beneficial home remedy to aid in the prevention and treatment of numerous pulmonary disorders.

Recent controversial comments from by President Donald Trump regarding injection of disinfectant have caused many to declare that he was referring to ozone therapy, the injectable form of O3-O2 gas. While we do not make claims regarding the effectiveness of ozone therapy for COVID coronavirus, there are articles that make such claims. Physicians have claimed that ozone therapy can cure serious viral infections. Robert Rowan MD, a pioneer in this field traveled to Africa to treat practitioners infected with Ebola. As he states, the treatment was very successful.

Reprinted from Thailand Medical News  
Feb 05, 2020

Ozone gas has been proven to kill the SARS coronavirus and since the structure of the new 2019-nCoV coronavirus (COVID 19) is almost identical to that of the SARS coronavirus, it is relatively safe to say that it will also work on the new coronavirus though it must be noted that there is no studies to date except one that is current ongoing n China at the Institute of Virology In Hubei with regards to this. Progress of that study has shown that it works and the study should be concluded by the end of this week and officially published in the journal Virology.

There are more than 17 scientific studies that show Ozone gas is able to destroy the SARS coronavirus.

Ozone is a naturally occurring gas created from oxygen atoms. The oxygen molecule is made up of 2 oxygen atoms. These oxygen molecules are broken into atoms by the corona discharge during lightning storms or by UV light from the Sun. Single oxygen atoms cannot exist alone without regrouping back into di-atomic oxygen molecules. During this recombination stage some atoms will regroup into loosely bonded tri-atomic oxygen. This new molecule is called Ozone or O3.

Ozone generators are able to make ozone from normal air and are normally used as room disinfectants.

The antipathogenic effects of ozone have been substantiated for several decades. Its killing action upon bacteria, viruses, fungi, and in many species of protozoa, serve as the basis for its increasing use in disinfecting municipal water supplies in cities worldwide.

Typically, viruses are small, independent particles, built of crystals and macromolecules. Unlike bacteria, they multiply only within the host cell. Ozone destroys viruses by diffusing through the protein coat into the nucleic acid core, resulting in damage of the viral RNA. At higher concentrations, ozone destroys the capsid or exterior protein shell by oxidation.

Numerous families of viruses including poliovirus I and 2, human rotaviruses, Norwalk virus, Parvoviruses, and Hepatitis A, B and non-A non-B are  among many others that are susceptible to the virucidal actions of ozone.

Most research efforts on ozone's virucidal effects have centered upon ozone's propensity to break apart lipid molecules at sites of multiple bond configuration. Indeed, once the lipid envelope of the virus is fragmented, its DNA or RNA core cannot survive.

Non-enveloped viruses (Adenoviridae, Picornaviridae, namely poliovirus, Coxsachie, Echovirus, Rhinovirus, Hepatitis A and E, and Reoviridae (Rotavirus), have also begun to be studied. Viruses that do not have an envelope are called "naked viruses." They are constituted of a nucleic acid core (made of DNA or RNA) and a nucleic acid coat, or capsid, made of protein. Ozone, however, aside from its well-recognized action upon unsaturated lipids, can also interact with certain proteins and their constituents, namely amino acids. Indeed, when ozone comes in contact with capsid proteins, protein hydroxides and protein hydroxides and protein hydroperoxides are formed. Viruses have no protections against oxidative stress.

The enveloped viruses are usually more sensitive to physico-chemical challenges than are naked virions. Although ozone's effects upon unsaturated lipids is one of its best documented biochemical action, ozone is known to interact with proteins, carbohydrates, and nucleic acids.

The new coronavirus is an enveloped virus.

Video on the safe use of ozone therapy for respiratory infections; Click Here:

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*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These articles are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Consult with your physician or trusted health care provider prior to using controversial therapies.

Treating oxidative stress with oxidative stressors; Ozone therapy for detoxification.

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Oxidative stress leads to mitochondria impairment and diminished levels of protective glutathione

Autism, is a a group of neuro-developmental disorders that manifest as repetitive behavior, restricted communication and impaired social interaction.

At present, ASD Autism is the fastest growing developmental disability in the United States. Typically signs include difficulty with relationships, repetitive verbal, behavior and motor patterns, hyporeaction responses to stimulation. ASD classically arise during childhood.  The cause of autism is not agreed upon and most treatments are limited to managing behavioral abnormalities; pharmaceutical medicines given to treat the symptoms are ineffective in curing the condition. A major reason for that is there are few to no medicines that improve biochemistry of mitochondria dysfunction, glutathione deficiency and DNA transcription.

Mitochondria are organelles primarily responsible for aerobic energy production in vertebrate eukaryotic cells [8]. In addition, they also play an important role in calcium homeostasis and signaling, regulation of apoptosis, and reactive oxygen species (ROS) formation.

Evidence of Mitochondrial Dysfunction in Autism: Biochemical Links, Genetic-Based Associations, and Non-Energy Related Mechanisms

To counterbalance ROS toxicity and to provide cytoprotection, cells are equipped with a variety of antioxidants such as glutathione (GSH), SOD, glutathione peroxidase, catalase, ascorbic acid, α-tocopherol, and β-carotene [66].

Decreased levels of other antioxidant enzymes, such as erythrocyte SOD, erythrocyte and plasma glutathione peroxidase, serum transferrin, and serum ceruloplasmin have also been described in autism [78, 79]. Importantly, a correlation between such reduced levels and loss of language skills has been established in children with ASD [79].

A number of studies have found that individuals with ASD display hallmarks of increased oxidative stress or abnormalities in redox regulation, supporting the notion of a mechanistic role for ROS in the manifestation of the autistic phenotype [7, 14, 62]. Such evidence of increased oxidative damage to DNA, proteins and lipids has been identified in blood, urine, and post-mortem brain samples from autistic individuals [62]. For example, markers of impaired capacity for methylation and enhanced oxidative stress, such as lower S-adenosylmethionine-to-S-adenosylhomocysteine  ratios and lower redox ratios of reduced glutathione-to-oxidized glutathione (GSH/GSSG), have been found in the plasma of children with ASD [73, 74].

Gu et al. found decreased activity of glutathione peroxidase, glutathione-Stransferase, and glutamate cysteine ligase in the ASD cerebellum. In other work, supplementation with antioxidants such as N-acetyl-L-cysteine (a precursor to glutathione), coenzyme Q10, ubiquinol, ascorbic acid, α-tocopherol, methylcobalamin, and carnosine also improved behavioral symptoms associated with autism [122–129]. In a randomized doubleblind placebo controlled trial, a formulation of multivitamins combined with mineral supplements (containing multiple mitochondrial cofactors, vitamins, and antioxidants) improved plasma or erythrocyte levels of methylation, glutathione, oxidative stress, sulfation, ATP, nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NADH), and nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide phosphate (NADPH) and improved overall behavior, hyperactivity, tantrums, and receptive language in children and adults with ASD [126, 127]. Trials involving other antioxidants such as the phytochemical sulforaphane and the flavonoid luteolin also improved ASD symptoms, however no metrics of oxidative stress were examined [130, 131].

Other Metabolic Targets. Folic acid is important for redox metabolism, methylation, and mitochondrial homeostasis [132, 133]. Disruption of folate receptor α activity occurs in autism due to autoantibodies and mitochondrial dysfunction and results in CNS folate deficiency [134]. Severe reductions in cerebral folate levels can lead to neurodevelopmental regression and the autism phenotype [119]. Importantly, targeted

treatment with folinic acid has been shown to partially or completely improve communication, social interaction, attention, and stereotypical ASD behavior in patients with autoantibodies to folate receptor α [135–137]. Thus, targeting various causes and effects of mitochondrial dysfunction in autism may rescue behavior and minimize the clinical manifestations of ASD.

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD); A genetic disorder affecting glutathione and detoxification.

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Oxidative stress leads to mitochondria impairment and diminished levels of protective glutathione

Autism, is a a group of neuro-developmental disorders that manifest as repetitive behavior, restricted communication and impaired social interaction.

At present, ASD Autism is the fastest growing developmental disability in the United States. Typically signs include difficulty with relationships, repetitive verbal, behavior and motor patterns, hyporeaction responses to stimulation. ASD classically arise during childhood.  The cause of autism is not agreed upon and most treatments are limited to managing behavioral abnormalities; pharmaceutical medicines given to treat the symptoms are ineffective in curing the condition. A major reason for that is there are few to no medicines that improve biochemistry of mitochondria dysfunction, glutathione deficiency and DNA transcription.

Mitochondria are organelles primarily responsible for aerobic energy production in vertebrate eukaryotic cells [8]. In addition, they also play an important role in calcium homeostasis and signaling, regulation of apoptosis, and reactive oxygen species (ROS) formation.

Evidence of Mitochondrial Dysfunction in Autism: Biochemical Links, Genetic-Based Associations, and Non-Energy Related Mechanisms

To counterbalance ROS toxicity and to provide cytoprotection, cells are equipped with a variety of antioxidants such as glutathione (GSH), SOD, glutathione peroxidase, catalase, ascorbic acid, α-tocopherol, and β-carotene [66].

Decreased levels of other antioxidant enzymes, such as erythrocyte SOD, erythrocyte and plasma glutathione peroxidase, serum transferrin, and serum ceruloplasmin have also been described in autism [78, 79]. Importantly, a correlation between such reduced levels and loss of language skills has been established in children with ASD [79].

A number of studies have found that individuals with ASD display hallmarks of increased oxidative stress or abnormalities in redox regulation, supporting the notion of a mechanistic role for ROS in the manifestation of the autistic phenotype [7, 14, 62]. Such evidence of increased oxidative damage to DNA, proteins and lipids has been identified in blood, urine, and post-mortem brain samples from autistic individuals [62]. For example, markers of impaired capacity for methylation and enhanced oxidative stress, such as lower S-adenosylmethionine-to-S-adenosylhomocysteine  ratios and lower redox ratios of reduced glutathione-to-oxidized glutathione (GSH/GSSG), have been found in the plasma of children with ASD [73, 74].

Gu et al. found decreased activity of glutathione peroxidase, glutathione-Stransferase, and glutamate cysteine ligase in the ASD cerebellum. In other work, supplementation with antioxidants such as N-acetyl-L-cysteine (a precursor to glutathione), coenzyme Q10, ubiquinol, ascorbic acid, α-tocopherol, methylcobalamin, and carnosine also improved behavioral symptoms associated with autism [122–129]. In a randomized doubleblind placebo controlled trial, a formulation of multivitamins combined with mineral supplements (containing multiple mitochondrial cofactors, vitamins, and antioxidants) improved plasma or erythrocyte levels of methylation, glutathione, oxidative stress, sulfation, ATP, nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NADH), and nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide phosphate (NADPH) and improved overall behavior, hyperactivity, tantrums, and receptive language in children and adults with ASD [126, 127]. Trials involving other antioxidants such as the phytochemical sulforaphane and the flavonoid luteolin also improved ASD symptoms, however no metrics of oxidative stress were examined [130, 131].

Other Metabolic Targets. Folic acid is important for redox metabolism, methylation, and mitochondrial homeostasis [132, 133]. Disruption of folate receptor α activity occurs in autism due to autoantibodies and mitochondrial dysfunction and results in CNS folate deficiency [134]. Severe reductions in cerebral folate levels can lead to neurodevelopmental regression and the autism phenotype [119]. Importantly, targeted

treatment with folinic acid has been shown to partially or completely improve communication, social interaction, attention, and stereotypical ASD behavior in patients with autoantibodies to folate receptor α [135–137]. Thus, targeting various causes and effects of mitochondrial dysfunction in autism may rescue behavior and minimize the clinical manifestations of ASD.

Silvia Menendez Cepero MD – Ozone Therapy in Cuba

Silvia Menendez Cepero, MD - Cuban Physician

The practice of ozone therapy is popular in Cuba. Dr Cepero discusses the biochemistry and anti-oxidant science behind ozone therapy.

Dr Cepero introduced ozone therapy in Cuba in 1986. She is a consultant the field of ozone medical applications. Her accomplishments include 40 theses of medicine in the areas of biology, pharmacology, medical urgency, traditional and natural medicine, bioenergetic medicine and in dentistry urgency. Cepero is the author of more than 50 articles, published in peered review journal and holds two patents and two medicine registrations for oral and topical OLEOZON® and a new therapeutic indication (topic OLEOZON® for the treatment of impetigo). 

Prolozone Therapy for Joint Inflammation

Prolozone for joints and musculoskeletal inflammation

Ozone generated oxidizes pure oxygen from an oxygen tank into ozone/oxygen. Doctors worldwide use Prolozone for arthritic and inflamed joints. This is considered to be a non-toxic remedy to improve immunity and restore damaged cartilage.

Frank Shallenberger MD – Video Lectures on Ozone Therapy

Frank Shallenberger MD - Ozone Therapy Pioneer

Dr Frank Shallenberger is an ozone therapy pioneer in the US. He explains benefit as a boost to mitochondria and energy production.

IS OZONE THERAPY FOR ME?

According to Shallenberger on his medical website, "ozone can be used as part of a therapeutic plan for almost every disease.

It is invaluable in the treatment of heart disease and circulatory disorders.Chronic infections such as hepatitis-C, herpes, Lyme, and AIDS respond very favorably to ozone.It is also very helpful in chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, and autoimmune diseases.

It is important to realize that ozone therapy is not a panacea or some kind of magic bullet. Although it is often an indispensable modality, it is only rarely effective by itself. In the great majority of cases it must be combined with an individualized program of other alternative and natural therapies, such as nutrition and detoxification."

Ozone Therapy – How to Use Ozone at Home

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Ozone at Home - Instructional Series

Marcus Freudenmann shares what he has learned from his research and interviews with doctors around the world. He is not a doctor and as he states neither he or this article are intended to diagnose, treat or provide medical advice. This information should be researched by each user for their specific needs and consult with a medical practitioner for proper use and application.

According to most, ozone therapy administered at home is as effective as IV therapy in a doctors office.  And certainly no doctor will tell you that Ozone cures cancer or any other medical condition for that matter. But there is a tremendous amount of peer reviewed research that strongly suggests that it improves conditions that coexist with many cancers and thereby enhances the persons chance of treating cancer with medicines or natural remedies.

The use of medical use of ozone in the US is controversial and in fact not allowed in some States. However in Germany, Russia, Cuba, India and other countries around the world ozone therapy is a regularly practiced safe therapy for many conditions.

 

 

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*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These articles are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Consult with your physician or trusted health care provider prior to using controversial therapies.