Ozone IV therapy, also known as ozone therapy or ozone intravenous therapy, is a medical treatment that involves infusing ozone gas into the bloodstream through an intravenous (IV) line. Ozone (O3) is a molecule composed of three oxygen atoms and is a highly reactive form of oxygen. Ozone therapy has been used for various medical purposes, although its acceptance and usage vary among different medical communities and regions. Ultraviolet (UV) light is sometimes used in ozone therapy. In this procedure, a small amount of the patient’s blood is drawn, mixed with medical-grade ozone, and then exposed to specific wavelengths of UV light before being reintroduced into the patient’s body. The UV light used is usually in the UVB range, which has wavelengths between approximately 280 to 315 nanometers.
It’s a potent extracellular and intracellular detoxifier and boosts the immune system to get blood to and through the small capillaries of the brain, delivering oxygen. This oxygenation of the system feeds the mitochondria, which produces increase in energy, but also improves the healthy function of every organ and tissue in the body. Anaerobic bacteria nor virus can survive in the presence of ozone. Ozone is an activated form of oxygen, more energetic and oxidative. It simply destroys bacteria, viruses, parasites, and fungus. It helps wake up the immune system to make it function better, helps our cells make energy, by increasing the amount of oxygen that is delivered to the cells. Ozone helps to Revitalize cellular energy production. Oxidation is normal but when out of control disease process begins, and ozone helps increase the levels of antioxidant enzyme in your body to lower and balance the oxidation levels.
Improved Oxygenation: Ozone is thought to increase the delivery of oxygen to cells and tissues, potentially enhancing overall oxygen utilization by the body.
Immune Support System: Ozone therapy is believed to stimulate the immune system which may help the body fight infections and illnesses more effectively.
Anti-Inflammatory Effects: Ozone has been proposed to have anti-inflammatory properties, which could contribute to reducing inflammation and promoting healing in certain conditions.
Anti-Oxidant Effects: While ozone itself can be a potent oxidant, some proponents argue that it can stimulate the body’s own antioxidant defenses, potentially helping to counteract oxidative stress.
Detoxification: Ozone therapy is claimed to assist in the detoxification process by promoting the breakdown and elimination of toxins and waste products from the body.
Enhanced Circulation: Ozone may have the potential to improve blood circulation and blood flow by increasing the flexibility and health of red blood cells.
Pain Relief: Some individuals suggest that ozone therapy can provide pain relief by reducing inflammation and improving circulation.