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What is Medical Ozone Therapy?
Medical Ozone Therapy is the use of ozone in medicine. It can be used outside the body (on the skin) and also inside the body (referred to as "systemic" Ozone Therapy Treatments). Ozone is used openly in medicine around the world, mainly in Europe, Asia, and South America. It is also gaining a foothold in North America. It is mind boggling how many different uses ozone has in the field of medicine, from disinfecting and healing external wounds, burns, and rashes, boosting of the immune system, to the successful treatment or control of internal systemic diseases of all kinds, from the common cold and flu through to chronic degenerative diseases that can scare, and disable us all.

To use Medical Ozone Therapy one has to use the proper ozone generator. As described in one of the previous sections "Where Does Ozone Come From (?)" there are many different types of ozone generators on the market, and unfortunately most (close to all) are not suitable for medical applications. To use ozone medically, you need to ensure that the ozone you are using is pure and free of all possible contaminants, and the only way to be certain of this is to ensure that the ozone does not come into contact with any plastic, rubber, metal, or ceramics while inside the ozone generator. You also need to ensure that the ozone is in precise concentrations (or ‘strengths’). Just like using the wrong dose of a medicine, using the wrong dose of ozone could lead to the ozone not providing you with any benefit (the concentration is too low). Proper knowledge about the proper concentrations is essential, and ensuring the ozone generator you are using produces pure ozone at the proper concentrations is also essential.

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What Does Ozone Do When Used for Medical Ozone Therapy?

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