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Medical Ozone Therapy

Jul 31, 2017 11:37PM

We all seem to know someone with cancer, an autoimmune disorder, an infection, EBV, shingles or other such illnesses. All these conditions and more may benefit from medical-grade Ozone Therapy. Ozone has been around for over 100 years, has scientific international recognition and is a safe and effective treatment against bacteria, viruses, yeast, fungus and parasites.

Ozone stimulates oxygen metabolism supporting the immune system. The way Ozone kills unhealthy cells (like cancer), and not healthy cells is through enzymes. All healthy cells have three enzymes that protect them from being oxidized. All healthy cells require oxygen to operate properly. Unhealthy cells don’t have these enzymes to protect them from being oxidized. This makes all unhealthy cells, including cancer, defenseless to ozone.

Ozone gives our cells more energy and reduces inflammation and acidity. It can also support detoxification in the body. By raising the amount of oxygen in the blood and cells, it is an “anti-aging” therapy. Each treatment is tailored to the individual’s issue(s), so it is not simply a one-size-fits-all method.

Ozone can be applied to the skin for diabetic ulcers, put in the blood to give a local effect or a full-body effect, used in the ears for earaches or sinus infections, and can also be injected into joints for pain relief and healing.

Dr. DeeAnn G. Saber is a naturopathic doctor at Transformational Medicine PLLC, with Basic and Advanced certifications in Ozone Therapy, as well as Ozone Injection Therapy. Connect at 520-209-1755, [email protected] or See ad, page 3.

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