Oxygen is an essential structural element of organic materials used as essential nutrients by the body, such as fatty acids and vitamins. Oxygen also fills a critical role in waste removal. As people get older, their bodies become less efficient at extracting oxygen and delivering it to the cells. Cumulative effects of poor oxygenation is a reduction in the movement of nutrients to tissues, impairment of essential chemical reactions and resultant deficiency diseases. A wealth of oxygen facilitates health and wellness and oxygen deficiency leads to illness.
Ozone: The Basics
Ozone is oxygen in an allotropic form, which means the oxygen molecule is in its most active state and therefore provides a more abundant supply to cells.
Ozone is considered among the most useful and energetic agents recognized by science. Its therapeutic possibilities are attributed to its ability to provide blood oxygenation through the extra molecule of oxygen found in the O3 compound known as free radical. The extra oxygen molecule is transported to organs and tissues to be absorbed, which oxidizes waste, and facilitates its removal. Specifically, ozone boosts metabolism without expending vital energy. The fact is that ozone is a natural remedy.