Ozone therapy


Ozone molecules are composed of three oxygen atoms (O3). Ozone exists high in the earth's atmosphere and absorbs solar radiation.
Reports of using ozone for medicinal purposes date to the late 19th Century. In modern times, ozone therapists have used different forms of ozone to treat a wide variety of conditions. There has been little scientific study of ozone as a therapy.
Ozone has recently been subjected to criticism regarding its toxicity and effectiveness for a variety of conditions. Its use is increasingly widespread, often according to well-defined and generally safe protocols.
Currently, there is a lack of good scientific evidence for the use of ozone therapy for any indication.

Related Terms

AHT, autohemotherapy, Cyotozon™, O(3)-AHT, OHT, oxygen atoms, oxygen therapy, ozonated autohemotherapy, ozone, ozone autohemotherapy, ozonotherapy, OzonyTron®.