Blood Purification Care in Chandler
UBI & Ozone Therapy Can Treat Illness & Disease
Ozone is a chemical compound consisting of three oxygen atoms 03. It is a highly energetic form of normal diatomic atmospheric oxygen (O2). At room temperature, 03 is a colorless gas with a characteristic odor (it smells like the air after a thunderstorm or near the ocean).
Medical ozone is always a mixture of purest ozone and purest oxygen. It has highly pronounced bactericidal, fungicidal and virostatic properties.
Cells in our body make energy using a biochemical process known as cellular respiration. Most of the cells in our body thrive off of aerobic (meaning with oxygen) respiration as oxygen is used in the process to yield the most amount of energy in the form of ATP.
Cancer cells, however, have been described to become more aggressive in tissues that lack oxygen, a condition known as hypoxia. One study by Höckel et al. indicated that in a group of 89 patients over 5 years had a decreased chance of disease-free survival with tumors that lack oxygen when compared to patients with non-hypoxic tumors (Höckel et al., 1995).
Strengthening Your Immune System
Ozone (O3) Major autohemotherapy is the process of infusing ozone molecules with your own blood that has been removed out of the body by a closed sterile process and then transferred back into the body. Studies indicate that ozone stimulates flow of Oxygen (O2) between tissue membranes thereby increasing the efficiency of cellular respiration (Madej et al., 2007). It has also has been shown to increase blood circulation and delivery of oxygen to tissues lacking oxygen (where some cancer cells thrive) (Bocci et al., 2011). As a result, ozone has the potential to create an unfavorable environment for cancer cells, while favoring healthy cells.
Clinical Research and Studies
Studies indicate that Ozone (O3) could promote an increase in production of naturally produced antioxidants (Inal et al., 2017). Research also indicates that Ozone could boost the body’s natural immune system by promoting an increase in the production of special messengers called cytokines, such as Interferon, tumor necrosis factor, and interleukin-2 (chemical signaling molecules in the body) (Elvis and Ekta, 2011).
Luongo et al. suggest that ozone therapy could enhance the action of chemotherapy while also reducing side effects such as nausea, vomiting, opportunistic infections, mouth ulcers, hair loss and fatigue. As a result, ozone therapy could also “improve physical and mental well-being, resulting in a higher quality of life” (Luongo et al., 2017).
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Elvis, A. M., & Ekta, J. S. (2011). Ozone therapy: A clinical review. Journal of natural science, biology, and medicine, 2(1), 66.
Höckel, M., Schlenger, K., Aral, B., Mitze, M., Schäffer, U., & Vaupel, P. (1996). Association between tumor hypoxia and malignant progression in advanced cancer of the uterine cervix. Cancer research, 56(19), 4509-4515.
Luongo, M., Brigida, A. L., Mascolo, L., & Gaudino, G. (2017). Possible Therapeutic Effects of Ozone Mixture on Hypoxia in Tumor Development. Anticancer Research, 37(2), 425-435.
Madej, P., Plewka, A., Madej, J. A., Nowak, M., Plewka, D., Franik, G., & Golka, D. (2007). Ozonotherapy in an induced septic shock. I. Effect of ozonotherapy on rat organs in evaluation of free radical reactions and selected enzymatic systems. Inflammation, 30(1-2), 52.
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