Intravenous Ozone therapy is quickly gaining popularity in the western world. Intravenous Ozone therapy is the use of ozone gas to cure medical conditions. The treatment is popular in treating diabetes, cancer, heart disease, Parkinson’s disease, spinal diseases and macular degeneration. Other infections and abscesses are treated using Intravenous Ozone therapy .It is often used by dentists to prevent dental cavities from spreading.
Intravenous Ozone therapy works by introducing small doses of Ozone to the body. Just like in stem cells knee treatment, small doses of ozone are injected into the problematic area. These small doses increase natural occurring antioxidants the same way IV glutathione does. These antioxidants are believed to help fight off cancer and other diseases. They can be injected the same way vitamin c IV is done. Despite this, it is wise to remember that Ozone is a strong oxidizing agent and high mixtures can be dangerous to the body and other living organisms.
What are the uses of intravenous ozone therapy?
Ozone therapy has a number of benefits to the general health of the body. Aside from curing, it also increases antioxidants which are important to the body. These antioxidants help the body fight off infections and diseases. By administering small amounts of ozone into the body, different diseases can be cured. The diseases that can be cured include:
- Heart Disease
- Slipped Disks on the spinal area
- Macular degeneration
- Dental Cavities
- Parkinson’s Disease
Side effects of intravenous ozone therapy
Intravenous ozone therapy is safe and has minimal side effects. As long as the doses are regulated and moderate the body experiences no side effects. When huge doses of ozone are injected in the body they can cause blood clots. Ozone gas mixture should never be introduced via an air way because of its toxic levels and the effect it has on the respiratory area.
When using intravenous ozone therapy, ensure that ether and other derivatives are not used alongside. A trial procedure is important to study how the patient reacts to the therapy. Other effect of ozone therapy is the introduction of leucocytes in the peripheral blood which causes a decrease on the thrombocytes. The use of wrong methods of administering intravenous ozone therapy can cause gas embolism which has been known to increase the frequency of side effects. However, medical practitioners are being extremely careful to avoid these side effects.