What is Ozone?

Inactivates or eliminates all kinds of pathogens such as bacteria, fungi and viruses microorganisms.

It is a special triatomic variety of oxygen, which is formed naturally in the upper layers of the atmosphere and was discovered in 1840. Initially it was used as a germicide for its high potential. For medicine application (ozone) is produced from medical oxygen specially designed generators.


It increases the ability of the blood to absorb and transport more oxygen around the body, improving circulation and cellular functions in general. It also stimulates the enzymes involved in its metabolism. It stimulates glycolysis (use of sugars), which is the main energy source for all cells, thereby improving their overall functions.

Antioxidant (free radical scavenger)

It is the only way, to the known present, which is capable of stimulating all antioxidants cellular enzymes that are responsible for eliminating free radicals and other harmful oxidants body (Glutathione peroxidase, Catalase, Superoxide dismutase and other to ensure the functioning of the above). This is the most natural and effective means of achieving this, since the enzymes are much more efficient than any other vitamin or substance for this purpose. Therefore, also it retards the cellular aging processes.


It is able to promote the regeneration of different types of tissue, which is very useful in healing lesions from healing in ulcers of various kinds, in articular tissues, in aesthetic medicine, etc.

Analgesic and anti-inflammatory

In local application, it has these effects, acting neutralizing neurochemical mediators of pain sensation, and facilitating the metabolism and elimination of inflammatory mediators such as histamine, kinins, and interleukins.

Sprains, dislocations, fractures, muscle tears, tennis elbow, shoulder baseball, football knee and other applications of the active muscle metabolism by removing lactic acid produced by major sporting endeavors.

Many diseases can be successfully treated by ozone.


  • Angiology and Phlebology
  • Orthopedics
  • Geriatrics or adulthood
  • Neurology
  • Rheumatology
  • Dermatology
  • Gastroenterology
  • Endocrinology
  • Immunology

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