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WHAT IS OZONE?

 

Ozone is known to be one of the most important gases in the stratosphere. It acts as a screen for ultraviolet radiation of short wavelength of 260-280 nm, thus protecting the living organisms on earth and absorbing infra-red radiation coming from the earth and, hence, preventing its cooling.
Protective ozone layer with its maximal width not exceeding 2-3 mm and ozone concentration of Img/m3 is found about 14-20 km above the surface of the earth. Diminution of ozone concentration in ozonosphere results in its depletion and developing of ozone holes. At the same time in the lower atmosphere under the influence of ultraviolet rays and in the presence of atmospheric oxygen ozone is generated from different components of the smog. Ozone concentration is used to estimate the intensity of industrious smog and air pollution. In contrast to ozone, generated from medical oxygen, ozone in the polluted air together with toxic nitrogen oxides produces harmful effect on the epithelium of the respiratory track.

 

Ozone is highly reactive chemical element. It is constantly formed as a colourless gas at about 20-50 km above the surface of the earth under the influence of vacuum ultraviolet (UV) light from atmospheric oxygen:
At present time the International Ozone Association(I.O.A.), incorporated in the United States of America, holds its World Congresses every second year in various parts of the world. Within the (LO.A.) framework physicians from different countries and of different specialities share their results and achievements through conferences, workshops, symposia proceedings and other public information media.
In Europe different companies manufacture different ozone generators meeting the needs of practical doctors.

 

World Ozone Congresses are held every two years by the IOA – the International Ozone Association, where new studies and procedures are presented and discussed. Countries such as Germany, Russia, Spain, Italy, Turkey, Austria, all hold yearly Ozone Conventions (or Congresses) where physicians from around the world attend to present their new findings, new procedures, and results of new studies.

 

Ozone Therapy has proven beneficial effects such as:

* increasing oxygen delivery to cells, tissues, and organs
* increasing blood circulation throughout the body
* detoxification
* boosting of the immune system
* sterilizing and healing external wounds (many of which would otherwise not ever heal)
* gangrene

 

Ozone is a naturally occurring component of fresh air. It can be produced by the ultra- violet rays of the sun reacting with the Earth’s upper atmosphere, which creates a protective ozone layer, or it can be created artificially with an ozone generator. The ozone molecule contains three oxygen atoms whereas the oxygen molecule contains only two. Ozone is a very reactive and unstable gas with a short half-life before it reverts back to oxygen. Ozone is the most powerful and rapid acting oxidizer man can produce, and will oxidize all bacteria, mould and yeast spores, organic material and viruses.

 

A Brief History Of Ozone

 

Ozone has played a significant role in the waste treatment process in the past and will continue to do so in the future. The utilization of ozone in industrial situations has a long and impressive history, one that pre-dates current environmental concerns. The American Indians, for whom fishing was a central industry, recognized a correlation between a successful catch and a strange odor released by the action of lightning after an electric storm. On the other side of the globe the ever astute Greeks had also noticed the odor (and so defined it “ozein”) and like the Indians, preferred fishing after a storm, which is still practiced today. The explanation for this natural phenomenon is that after an electric storm the upper layer of water in lakes is enriched with diluted oxygen and therefore naturally ozonated. The positive influence of ozone on the digestive system of different species of fish has been scientifically documented. The closed loop for fish-farming is only possible with ozone because of its ability to destroy viruses responsible for many diseases in fish culture. The most common use of ozone is for the treatment of water. In 1906 group of scientists and doctors studied the ozonation system at the Oudshoorn plant in Holland and later constructed a 19,000 m3/day (5 mgd) plant using ozonation for disinfection – at Nice, France. Nice is therefore referred to as “the birthplace of ozonation for drinking water treatment”.

 

Formation Of Ozone

 

The formation of oxygen into ozone occurs with the use of energy. This process is carried out by an electric discharge field as in the CD-type ozone generators (corona discharge – simulation of the lightning), or by ultraviolet radiation as in UV-type ozone generators (simulation of the ultra-violet rays from the sun). In addition to these commercial methods, ozone may also be made through electrolytic and chemical reactions.

 

Ozone And Its Applications

 

Ozone is not only a very powerful oxidizing agent but also a very powerful non- chemical disinfectant. It has the unique feature of decomposing to a harmless nontoxic environmentally safe material, namely oxygen. In Europe, ozone is used for many purposes: color removal, taste and odor removal, turbidity reduction, organics removal, microflocculation, iron and manganese oxidation, and most commonly, bacterial disinfection and viral inactivation. Most of these applications are based on ozone’s high oxidizing power. Ozone can be introduced at different points in the water treatment process, depending on its intended application. When used for iron and manganese oxidation or to induce flocculation, it is usually introduced early, and when used for taste and odor removal it is introduced at an intermediate point. In European water treatment practices, ozonation is recognized as a preferred method of virus inactivation rather then just an alternative to the use of chlorine for disinfection.

 

Nine out of ten diseases, including the common cold and the flu, are caused by water or airborne bacteria and viruses. Like chlorine, ozone kills microorganisms. The sterilization action of ozone is by “direct kill attack” and oxidation of the biological material. The rate of bacteria killed by Ozone is 3500 times faster than with chlorine. Virus destruction with ozone is instantaneous, safe and foolproof, as ozone is nature’s own purifier. Chlorine’s reactive oxidant is hypochloric acid which is formed when chlorine is dissolved in water. This powerful oxidant will have significant long term negative effects on our water sources. Ozone, on the other hand, has no side effects as far as the treatment of water is concerned. It has properly been described as the “add-nothing” sterilant.

 

In Eastern Canada, there are approximately 100 ozone plants for the treatment of municipal water, as well as many large industrial plants for water processing and waste water treatment. The principal applications for ozonation systems (single ozone generators are rarely sold) are as follows:

 

Air Treatment Fish canneries Process water Aquaculture Fish hatcheries Pools and Spas Bottled water Hot springs pools Potable water Cooling towers Industrial waste Therapeutic use Fish boats Odor Control Waste water There are hundreds of commercial applications and new emerging applications being developed.

 

How Does Ozone Therapy Work?

 

Ozone therapy has been in use for many years by thousands of West German doctors who claim, in hundreds of scientific and clinical studies, that they are able to inactivate AIDS and other viruses and cancer through ozone therapy. They explain that diseased cells have a lowered enzyme count in their cell wall or ‘lipid envelope’.

 

Looking at a diseased cell electrochemically, the first thing that differentiates it from normal cells is that the protein coating that surrounds it is contoured distinctly. The disease that has invaded the cell is parasitical, drawing off the cellular electricity or ‘life force’ of its host. This creates ‘cell stress’ and under these conditions, the cell can only manufacture a substandard protein coating for itself. When ozone is introduced into the blood in correct, stable concentrations ** it is immediately converted into hydroxyperoxides and other beneficial free radical scavengers.

 

Ozone Is Safe and Non-Toxic

 

Medical ozone (the correct term is triatomic oxygen, but for simplicity we will call it medical ozone) is completely safe and non-toxic to humans when administered responsibly with precise technology. It is not meant to be breathed directly, although small amounts in the air, in fact, a sterilizing technique. When introduced into the blood through rectal/vaginal insufflation or major autohemotherapy it has been shown to be completely safe even when a dosage many times greater than the proposed human dosage is administered.

WHAT IS OZONE?

 

Ozone is known to be one of the most important gases in the stratosphere. It acts as a screen for ultraviolet radiation of short wavelength of 260-280 nm, thus protecting the living organisms on earth and absorbing infra-red radiation coming from the earth and, hence, preventing its cooling.
Protective ozone layer with its maximal width not exceeding 2-3 mm and ozone concentration of Img/m3 is found about 14-20 km above the surface of the earth. Diminution of ozone concentration in ozonosphere results in its depletion and developing of ozone holes. At the same time in the lower atmosphere under the influence of ultraviolet rays and in the presence of atmospheric oxygen ozone is generated from different components of the smog. Ozone concentration is used to estimate the intensity of industrious smog and air pollution. In contrast to ozone, generated from medical oxygen, ozone in the polluted air together with toxic nitrogen oxides produces harmful effect on the epithelium of the respiratory track.

 

Ozone is highly reactive chemical element. It is constantly formed as a colourless gas at about 20-50 km above the surface of the earth under the influence of vacuum ultraviolet (UV) light from atmospheric oxygen:
At present time the International Ozone Association(I.O.A.), incorporated in the United States of America, holds its World Congresses every second year in various parts of the world. Within the (LO.A.) framework physicians from different countries and of different specialities share their results and achievements through conferences, workshops, symposia proceedings and other public information media.
In Europe different companies manufacture different ozone generators meeting the needs of practical doctors.

 

World Ozone Congresses are held every two years by the IOA – the International Ozone Association, where new studies and procedures are presented and discussed. Countries such as Germany, Russia, Spain, Italy, Turkey, Austria, all hold yearly Ozone Conventions (or Congresses) where physicians from around the world attend to present their new findings, new procedures, and results of new studies.

 

Ozone Therapy has proven beneficial effects such as:

* increasing oxygen delivery to cells, tissues, and organs
* increasing blood circulation throughout the body
* detoxification
* boosting of the immune system
* sterilizing and healing external wounds (many of which would otherwise not ever heal)
* gangrene

 

Ozone is a naturally occurring component of fresh air. It can be produced by the ultra- violet rays of the sun reacting with the Earth’s upper atmosphere, which creates a protective ozone layer, or it can be created artificially with an ozone generator. The ozone molecule contains three oxygen atoms whereas the oxygen molecule contains only two. Ozone is a very reactive and unstable gas with a short half-life before it reverts back to oxygen. Ozone is the most powerful and rapid acting oxidizer man can produce, and will oxidize all bacteria, mould and yeast spores, organic material and viruses.

 

A Brief History Of Ozone

 

Ozone has played a significant role in the waste treatment process in the past and will continue to do so in the future. The utilization of ozone in industrial situations has a long and impressive history, one that pre-dates current environmental concerns. The American Indians, for whom fishing was a central industry, recognized a correlation between a successful catch and a strange odor released by the action of lightning after an electric storm. On the other side of the globe the ever astute Greeks had also noticed the odor (and so defined it “ozein”) and like the Indians, preferred fishing after a storm, which is still practiced today. The explanation for this natural phenomenon is that after an electric storm the upper layer of water in lakes is enriched with diluted oxygen and therefore naturally ozonated. The positive influence of ozone on the digestive system of different species of fish has been scientifically documented. The closed loop for fish-farming is only possible with ozone because of its ability to destroy viruses responsible for many diseases in fish culture. The most common use of ozone is for the treatment of water. In 1906 group of scientists and doctors studied the ozonation system at the Oudshoorn plant in Holland and later constructed a 19,000 m3/day (5 mgd) plant using ozonation for disinfection – at Nice, France. Nice is therefore referred to as “the birthplace of ozonation for drinking water treatment”.

 

Formation Of Ozone

 

The formation of oxygen into ozone occurs with the use of energy. This process is carried out by an electric discharge field as in the CD-type ozone generators (corona discharge – simulation of the lightning), or by ultraviolet radiation as in UV-type ozone generators (simulation of the ultra-violet rays from the sun). In addition to these commercial methods, ozone may also be made through electrolytic and chemical reactions.

 

Ozone And Its Applications

 

Ozone is not only a very powerful oxidizing agent but also a very powerful non- chemical disinfectant. It has the unique feature of decomposing to a harmless nontoxic environmentally safe material, namely oxygen. In Europe, ozone is used for many purposes: color removal, taste and odor removal, turbidity reduction, organics removal, microflocculation, iron and manganese oxidation, and most commonly, bacterial disinfection and viral inactivation. Most of these applications are based on ozone’s high oxidizing power. Ozone can be introduced at different points in the water treatment process, depending on its intended application. When used for iron and manganese oxidation or to induce flocculation, it is usually introduced early, and when used for taste and odor removal it is introduced at an intermediate point. In European water treatment practices, ozonation is recognized as a preferred method of virus inactivation rather then just an alternative to the use of chlorine for disinfection.

 

Nine out of ten diseases, including the common cold and the flu, are caused by water or airborne bacteria and viruses. Like chlorine, ozone kills microorganisms. The sterilization action of ozone is by “direct kill attack” and oxidation of the biological material. The rate of bacteria killed by Ozone is 3500 times faster than with chlorine. Virus destruction with ozone is instantaneous, safe and foolproof, as ozone is nature’s own purifier. Chlorine’s reactive oxidant is hypochloric acid which is formed when chlorine is dissolved in water. This powerful oxidant will have significant long term negative effects on our water sources. Ozone, on the other hand, has no side effects as far as the treatment of water is concerned. It has properly been described as the “add-nothing” sterilant.

 

In Eastern Canada, there are approximately 100 ozone plants for the treatment of municipal water, as well as many large industrial plants for water processing and waste water treatment. The principal applications for ozonation systems (single ozone generators are rarely sold) are as follows:

 

Air Treatment Fish canneries Process water Aquaculture Fish hatcheries Pools and Spas Bottled water Hot springs pools Potable water Cooling towers Industrial waste Therapeutic use Fish boats Odor Control Waste water There are hundreds of commercial applications and new emerging applications being developed.

 

How Does Ozone Therapy Work?

 

Ozone therapy has been in use for many years by thousands of West German doctors who claim, in hundreds of scientific and clinical studies, that they are able to inactivate AIDS and other viruses and cancer through ozone therapy. They explain that diseased cells have a lowered enzyme count in their cell wall or ‘lipid envelope’.

 

Looking at a diseased cell electrochemically, the first thing that differentiates it from normal cells is that the protein coating that surrounds it is contoured distinctly. The disease that has invaded the cell is parasitical, drawing off the cellular electricity or ‘life force’ of its host. This creates ‘cell stress’ and under these conditions, the cell can only manufacture a substandard protein coating for itself. When ozone is introduced into the blood in correct, stable concentrations ** it is immediately converted into hydroxyperoxides and other beneficial free radical scavengers.

 

Ozone Is Safe and Non-Toxic

 

Medical ozone (the correct term is triatomic oxygen, but for simplicity we will call it medical ozone) is completely safe and non-toxic to humans when administered responsibly with precise technology. It is not meant to be breathed directly, although small amounts in the air, in fact, a sterilizing technique. When introduced into the blood through rectal/vaginal insufflation or major autohemotherapy it has been shown to be completely safe even when a dosage many times greater than the proposed human dosage is administered.