In 1856, just 16 years after its discovery, ozone was first used in a health care setting to disinfect operating rooms and sterilize surgical instruments. By the end of the 19th century the use of ozone to disinfect drinking water of bacteria and viruses was well established in Europe. In 1892, The Lancet, the world's oldest and best known general medical journal, published an article describing the administration of ozone for treatment of tuberculosis. Ozone was used during the First World War for disinfection of wounds.
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Ozone possesses the third atom of oxygen which is electrophilic. Ozone has a free radical electrical charge in the third atom of oxygen. The ozone molecule seeks to balance itself electrically with other material with a corresponding unbalanced charge. Diseased cells, viruses, harmful bacteria, and other pathogens carry such a charge and attract ozone.
When ozone is introduced into the blood, ozone reacts with oxidizable substrates destroying viruses, bacteria, and fungi. In addition, the metabolic waste products of these organisms are oxidized and an oxygen rich environment is provided where healthy cells can thrive. Normal healthy cells do not react with ozone or its by-products as normal healthy cells possess a balanced electrical charge and strong enzyme system. Ozone targets only diseased cells and pathogens.
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