Medical ozone is obtained by interacting pure oxygen with high electrical voltage with the help of a generator. About 5% of the resulting gas compound is ozone and the rest is oxygen. It is soluble in water, vegetable oil and plasma, saline (SF) and oxygen. Ozone is a molecule with three atoms and is more unstable than oxygen. Therefore, it is more effective than oxygen in generating biological response. With its strong oxidant properties, in all oxidizable organisms;

  • Greatly improves oxygenation of tissues and cells.
  • Increases white blood cell count and stimulates the immune system.
  • Facilitates the delivery of oxygen to tissues.
  • Cleans and destroys viruses, bacteria, yeast fungi in arteries and veins.
  • It increases blood flow and expels toxins in the body.
  • Cleans the blood and lymph system.
  • Normalizes hormone and enzyme production.
  • Reduces inflammation and pain.
  • It prevents autoimmune diseases and returns to a healthy state.
Healthy human cells love oxygen. Diseases caused by bacteria, viruses, fungi and parasites, AIDS, cancer viruses, arthritis microbes cannot survive in an environment with active oxygen.

Ozone has been used in medicine for a long time due to its effect on bacteria, fungi and viruses and its benefit in bleeding control. As an antimicrobial, it is effective against bacteria, fungi and viruses. This effect is selective against microbial cells and does not harm human cells. It can kill antibiotic-resistant bacterial species.

Ozone has a strong effect on the cellular and humoral immune system. It contributes to the proliferation of defense cells, immunoglobulin synthesis as well as the phagocytosis function of macrophages. By increasing the synthesis of prostoglandins, leukotrienes and interleukins, it reduces inflammation and accelerates wound healing. As a result, cytokines are produced and other immune system cells are activated. Accordingly, it is suggested that ozone therapy can be applied in patients with immune system failure.