and Side Affects
of any medicine is greatly increased when taken in conjuction with ozone
therapy, eg. aspirin 100 times; chemotherapy 10 times.
is incorporated into a holistic approach of cleansing there is virtually
no known side effect of ozone treatment if it is applied properly. However,
since ozone therapy is dose-dependent, it should be administered with supervision.
is no evidence that long term treatment on a daily basis has any detrimental
effect. Doctors who have used it for decades have only positive results
to report. There is no evidence of free radical
damage; in fact, ozone is the best free radical scavenger there is.
also stimulates production of superoxide dismutase, catalase and glutathione
peroxidase, which are the enzymes in the cell wall which protect the cell
from free radical damage, so ozone actually prevents free radical damage.
Horst Kief of Germany recommends taking Vitamin A and E supplements when
taking ozone treatments. It is known that Vitamin C is antagonistic to
ozone, although it has been shown not to break down Vitamin C in the body.
Persons taking megadoses should take the ozone treatment first, wait 30
minutes, then take the Vitamin C.