What is Ozone?

Ozone is a molecule consisting of three atoms of oxygen.  It is commonly known as an unstable portion of our atmosphere.  Ozone is also well studied and used in intravenous and oral remedies for many conditions.

Is Ozone new?

No, Ozone has been studied for over a century and was regularly used as a remedy for many common ailments.  It was discovered in the mid-nineteenth century.

What is Ozone used for?

Ozone has been used for improving the immune system by delivering increased oxygen supply to the body and forming more red blood cells.  Research has indicated that ozone is capable of deactivating bacteria, viruses, fungi, yeast, and protozoa.  

Ozone has also been used to correct oxidative stress associated with spinal conditions and diabetes.  Oxidative stress is the balance in the body between free radicals and antioxidants. 

How can I use Ozone?

We have added multiple Ozone products available for use in your holistic health program:

  • Ozonated Toothpaste
  • Ozonated Deodorant
  • Ozonated Oils for topical use
  • Ozonated Suppositories for rectal and vaginal use 
  • Ozonated capsules, to be taken orally

Ask me at your next visit how ozonated products might be helpful in your daily self care routine. 

Yours in health and longevity, 

Kristen Clore, OTRL

I-MD & PhD student in Integrative Medicine & Quantum Physics

Holistic Occupational Therapist, Master Nutrition Response Practitioner ®

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