F. SWEET, M.D., 1990

Ozone therapy combines inexpensiveness and effectiveness. In this day of high-priced medications, surely ozone demands careful analysis

Working Summary: Combined with proper diet and other lifestyle changes, ozone therapy can be used against cancer. However,other forms of oxygen therapy (hydrogen peroxide and hyperbaric chambers) are more frequently used.

About one-fifth of the air you breathe is oxygen in its two-atom form (O2). Ozone (O3) contains three oxygen atoms and is a less stable form. Because of the added oxygen molecule, it more quickly enters into reactions in the body to oxidize other chemicals. During this process, the extra oxygen molecule breaks away, leaving a normal O2 molecule. This increases the oxygen content of the blood or tissues. For this reason, ozone therapy involves both oxygenation therapy and oxidation therapy.

Careful laboratory research by Dr. F. Sweet and his associates has shone that human lung, breast,and uterine cancer cells are inhibited by ozone(F. Sweet, M. Ka, and S. Lee, “Ozone Selectively Inhibits Growth of Cancer Cells,” Science, 2009 (72) 931, 1990). Yet ozone therapy, as an alternative remedy for cancer, is still in its formative stages. We should not place reliance on it yet.

Jonathan Wright, M.D., of Kent, Washington,finds ozone very effective against a number of diseases,when combined with dietary changes and high doses of intravenous ascorbate (a form of vitamin C). He says that vitamin C must be given with any oxidative therapy, in order to prevent uncontrolled oxidation which is detrimental to the body.

It should be noted that ozone therapy is not used in the treatment of cancer, as much as it is used for other diseased conditions (such as inflammatory infections, arterial circulatory problems,allergic diseases, arthritis, hepatitis, herpes infections, joint problems, fungal infections, leg ulcers, infected or poorly healing wounds, and burns. Professional help is needed when ozone is taken internally.

Keep in mind that adverse effects associated with intravenous ozone have been reported to include phlebitis (inflammation of a vein), circulatory depression, chest pain, shortness of breath, fainting, coughing, flushing, cardiac arrhythmias, and gas embolus (bubbles). Rectal administration can lead to inflammation of the lower intestinal tract. Although easily tolerated in other tissues, in high concentrations ozone causes inflammation of the lung tissue.

Obviously, there are other alternative cancer remedies which are less problematic.


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