Would you like to start performing ozone therapy at home? Is that possible? Is it safe? How do I get started? If these are some of the questions your asking about performing ozone therapy at home, then I hope to get you those answers. You see, ozone therapy isn’t something that is new and without scientific backing. Ozone therapy has been around since the early 1900’s and has hundreds of studies on the topic. In the past, the only way to take advantage of this awesome therapy was to make an appointment at the clinic and take time out of your day to go. However, now, you have the opportunity to do ozone therapy at home! How you may ask? Check out the O3 Vets Hummingbird Kit!
It’s really, really easy! For most of you, I’m sure, you’re new to ozone therapy and may not know a lot about it. I would encourage you to do some googling and watch some you tube videos for some general information. Also, check out our info center at the top of the screen to get a whole host of information! We have general information about ozone therapy, the uses of it, and the different modes of application.
Now, to answer the question directly. Ozone therapy doesn’t require any complicated equipment. All you really need is an oxygen tank and ozone generator to get started!
In order to start producing ozone, you’ll need the following items:
These items will only get you started producing ozone. You’ll need other items to get you started with producing ozone therapy at home. People often spend much time doing research and trying to find the correct information and equipment. It can be very overwhelming!
Luckily, we have everything you need just in a small kit called the Hummingbird Kit! In this kit, you’ll have everything you need to do ozone therapy at home.
You may have heard the term “rectal ozone” or “rectal ozone insufflation” and wondered, “Now how does that work!?” I’m here to tell you that although it may not sound all that wonderful, rectal ozone insufflation is a fantastic and simple way to do ozone therapy. There are at least seven different ways that a doctor or veterinarian can treat a patient with ozone therapy. Major Autohemotherapy, Vaginal insufflation, Rectal insufflation and ozonated saline account for the primary ways in which a health provider will treat many chronic and acute conditions. Some of the other methods are used in specific conditions but we’re not going to focus on them now.
If you have heard about ozone therapy and all of its health benefits it may interest you to know that you can perform either vaginal or rectal ozone insufflation on your pets in the comfort of your home! That’s right, you don’t even have to visit the vet. Rectal insufflation in particular has been used for many years as the primary form of ozone therapy administration used in Cuba. Because the government pays for all healthcare in Cuba, they searched for reliable and inexpensive treatment options and rectal ozone insufflation is one of those!
So what types of illnesses are treated with rectal ozone insufflation? You can treat almost anything that ozone therapy is used to treat using this method.
In fact, you can purchase a rectal ozone insufflation kit that has everything included to get going with ozone therapy for under $800! So why wait? Get going now and experience the power of zone! Have questions? Write to us at email@example.com for more information.
Istanbul Universitesi Veteriner Fakültesi Cerrahi Anabilim Dal 34320 Avc?lar ?stanbul
MEDICAL OZONE AND ITS USE IN VETERINARY SURGERY
Sorumlu Yazar: Özlem GÜZEL Istanbul Üniversitesi Veteriner Fakültesi, Cerrahi Anabilim Dal, 34320,
Geli? Tarihi /Received: 14.02.2011
Ozone is a molecule consisting of three oxygen atoms, formed as a result of oxygen being exposed to high-energy electric current and ultraviolet rays in nature. It is a powerful oxidising agent. Therefore, it has bactericidal, virucidal and fungicidal properties. Ozone treatment is a therapy method consisting of mixing pure oxygen and ozone at certain ratios (0.05-5% O3; 95-99.95% O2) and administering this combination to the patient via different routes. Ozone has an oxidising effect on the organism and activates the antioxidant enzyme systems. It implements the release of cytokines such as interferons
and interleukins by leucocytes and stimulates the immune system. Ozone has 30 different methods of administration which can be classified under main headings such as; intravenous, intramuscular, transdermal, rectal insufflation and inhalation. Ozone treatment is used in wound healing, tumours, peritonitis cases, orthopaedic disorders, eye disorders and dentistry. This review aims to share the therapeutic effects and easy administration of ozone with colleagues and present as a new treatment procedure to veterinary practice in our country.
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Discovery History of ozone
Although ozone was discovered in 1785 by Dutch physicist Martinus Van Marum (1750-1837) as he perceived a peculiar odor that was generated near electrostatic machines, it was not until May 1840 that the German chemist Christian Friedrich Schönbein (1799-1868) synthesized it.
Christian Friedrich Schönbein
In 1857 Werner von Siemens built the first superior induction tube with which Kleinmann made the first attempt to destroy microorganisms and also performed the first gas insufflations in animals and humans. In 1870, the German doctor Lender published the first paper ever on practical biological effects relating to water disinfection. The discovery of the antimicrobial properties of ozone revolutionized medicine during this time as it would still be seventy years before the emergence of penicillin.
In 1873 Fox discovered the ability of this chemical agent for eliminating microorganisms. According to Dr. Kellogg in his book on diphtheria, there is evidence to its use as a disinfectant since 1881. This discovery crossed the ocean to North America and in 1885, the Florida Medical Association published the first textbook on medical applications of ozone.
In 1893, the first facility in Ousbaden (Netherlands) for the disinfection and purification of water for human consumption and waste was created. To date, there are more than 3,000 water treatment plants with ozone in the Netherlands alone. Zurich, Florence and other cities have been acquiring these systems to disinfect water.
Nikola Tesla (1856-1943) of Croatian origin and later on a US citizen, patented his first ozone generator in 1896 and in 1900 founded “Tesla Ozone Co., manufacturer of generators for medical use. Tesla was also the first to ozonate olive oil.
In 1898 Drs. Thauerkauf and Luth created the Institute of Oxygen-Ozone Therapy in Germany and publish the first studies in animals.
Medical Ozone in the XX Century
The first American therapeutic use of ozone was by Dr. John H. Kellogg in ozone steam saunas at his Battle Creek, Michigan sanitarium in 1880 as he wrote in his book, Diptheria: Its Nature, Causes, Prevention and Treatment.
In 1902, Dr. Charles Linder of Spokane, Washington was written up in an article in a local paper which stated that he had injected ozone as a part of his standard medical practice.
In 1904, “The Medical Uses of Hydrozone (ozonated water) and Glyzozone (ozonated olive oil) by Charles Marchand, a New York chemist, appeared in its 19th edition. Believe it or not, this book is in the Library of Congress with the US Sergeon General’s stamp of approval on it.
In 1911, A Working Manual of High Frequency Currents was published by Dr. Noble Eberhart, the head of the Dept. of Physiologic Therapeutics at Loyola University, Chicago. In Chapter 9, he details the use of zone to treat tuberculosis, anemia, chlorosis, tinnitus, wooping cough, asthma, bronchitis, hay fever, insomnia, pneumonia, diabetes, gout and syphilis.
In 1912, Dr. H.C. Bennett published Electro-Therapeutic Guide. In that publication, he described the use of Ozol (ozone breathed after running it through eucalyptus, pine or thyme oils).
In 1929, a book called Ozone and its Therapeutic Action was published in the US listing 114 diseases and how to treat them with ozone. Its 40 authors were leaders in many of the prominent hospitals of the time.
Finally, in 1933, the decline of a promising treatment began as the discovery of penicillin and insulin rocketed the drug market forward. Ozone and other treatments slowly lost favor as pharmaceutical giants heavy influence on the medical culture began a shift in power that still exists.
Today, there are hundreds of medical doctors and veterinarians here in the US who use ozone to treat their patients every day.
In 1913, Dr. Blass founded the first German association of ozone therapy. Meanwhile, the First World War in Europe had just exploded. In 1915, Dr. Wolf, chief surgeon of the medical services of the German army, extends its use for topical treatment of infected wounds, frozen foot, gangrene and decubitus ulcers.
in 1932, a Swiss dentist, Dr. Fish, published a paper on the applications of ozone in dentistry to treat caries, and also patented the first device specifically for this application, the Cytozon.
In 1935 Edwin Payr (Austrian-German) showed the wound healing effect of ozone. In Germany, after the outbreak of World War II, Dr. Wolf published “Medical Ozone”, which is considered THE classic book on ozone therapy.
Despite its obvious usefulness, ozone as a healing method for infectious diseases gradually fell into disuse. Moreover, in 1940, the U. S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) sealed the fate of medical ozone generators by promoting their own pharmaceutical industry which was reinforced after the acquisition of a pharmaceutical giant, German Bayer.
The emergence of ozone resistant plastics lead German physician Dr. Hänsler to manufacture the first modern ozone generator in 1957.
In 1961 Dr. Hans Wolff introduced major and minor autohemotherapy into his practice and in the early 70’s the German Society of Ozone Therapy was created which contributed to the momentum of ozone therapy and its application in various diseases.
In the 70’s the first communications from the Russians on the successful use of ozone in burned patients appeared. At the same time, in Minsk (Belarus), the first patients were successfully treated for bronchial asthma with ozonated steam inhalations.
The most enthusiastic students and researchers of ozone in this part of the world, have been scientists, members of the Central Laboratory of Scientific Research of the State Academy of Medicine of Nizhny Novgorod (former Gorki), under the direction of the academician Ramn B. A. Koroleva. There, on October 1977, the first experiment on dogs with ozonated saline solution was performed.
As the Russians studied the potential of ozonated saline, they also began to develop new methods for the application of ozone such as the use of ozone in the preservation
of blood, blood ozonation and the infusion of ozonated saline during periods of post-operative and post-resuscitation. (Ozone Therapy Manual, Nizhny Novgorod, 2008. Translation from Russian into Spanish Adriana Schwartz).
In 2005, the Russians were the first to record the use of ozone in dermatology and cosmetology at state level. Two year later, in 2007, they also reported its use in gynecology-obstetrics, neonatology, traumatology and burn treatment. Russia became the first country in the world to regularize and implement ozone therapy at the state level.
In 1982, ozone was already used in Cuba in water disinfection and other environments. At that time it started doing research on medical applications of ozone in the National Center for Scientific Research (CNIC), the most experienced scientific institution in the country.
In 1988, the First National Congress on Ozone Applications was held, involving many and in 1990, the 1st Ibero Latin American Congress of Ozone Therapy took place.
In 1992 the Ozone Research Center was created by the CNIC Department of Ozone.
Since 2009 ozone therapy has been applied throughout all of Cuba according to the Ministerial Resolution 261 issued by the Ministry of Public Health.
Ozone Therapy Throughout the World
At present there are more than 40 national and international associations
that bring together the professionals that practice this therapy as well as indexed specialized journals, continuing training courses and ozone conferences. In the US it is the American Academy Ozone Therapy (AAOT). There are also over 26,000 ozone therapists throughout the world.