Ozone therapy has been used to treat a variety of diseases including cancer. It releases additional oxygen in the body which causes pathogenic microorganisms to die without affecting healthy cells. Ozone therapies slow the development of tumors and decrease metastasis.

Detailed Information

Many people are familiar with atmospheric ozone and ground-level ozone in smog, but fewer people realize the potential health benefits of medical ozone in cancer treatment and the treatment of other serious diseases including:  



Ozone or O3 is produced from pure medical oxygen via silent electrical discharge and then it is administered in various forms. While human cells thrive in a high-oxygen environment, pathogens that cause disease are only able to thrive in lower-oxygen environments. By administering ozone, the oxygen levels in the body go up and pathogenic organisms as well as cancer cells are killed. Indeed, ozone releases some of the most powerful reactive oxygen species currently used in Reactive Oxygen Species Medicine to cure cancer and kill infectious pathogens. Many alternative cancer researchers have observed a mycobacterium that is responsible for causing normal, healthy cells to turn into cancer cells. Ozone therapy can be used to eradicate carcinogenic microorganisms while also targeting cancer cells themselves because cancer cells dislike an oxygenated environment and are infected with a mycobacterium that has hijacked the cell’s DNA  [3][6][8].


Using ozone therapies, cancer can be cured, tumors stop growing, and metastatis does not occur. A variety of mainstream scientific studies have shown that ozone, an oxidant cancer treatment, can be beneficial in treating cancer. Inside the body, ozone turns into oxygen as well as singlet oxygen species that are extremely powerful against unhealthy, acidic human cells. Both ozone and hydrogen peroxide are oxidant treatment strategies that can complement each other, but that should never be used with anti-oxidant cancer treatments because antioxidants will cancel out the oxidant effects of ozone therapy[1][2].


Chemistry of Ozone

Ozone is an unstable molecule made up of 3 oxygen atoms. Normally, oxygen atoms prefer to live in pairs. So, when ozone is injected into the blood or body, that third oxygen atom is liberated, leaving one single oxygen atom (a singlet oxygen species) and one paired molecule made up of 2 oxygen atoms. This single oxygen atom is bactericidal, fungicidal, and viricidal and it works in a manner very similar to Chlorine Dioxide Solution and Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide. It helps activate the body’s own natural antioxidants and free-radical scavengers and it enhances blood circulation by oxidizing plaque in the arteries. Ozone also reduces the amount of prostaglandins in the body, which reduces pain and inflammation [7].

Ozone can be injected into prolapsed inter-vertebral discs (slipped discs) to relieve pressure by breaking down the proteo-glycan bridges in the jelly-like material inside the disc. This makes it hard for the jelly-like substance to hold water, which causes the environment inside the disc to dry and the disc size and shape to return to normal. Research has indicated that up to 85% of slipped disc surgeries could be avoided by using ozone therapy instead [7].


Ozone therapy should only be done under the direction and supervision of experts who are experienced at working with this treatment strategy. Ozone is a delicate substance that needs to be administered at the correct concentration. Find a knowledgeable and skillful practitioner to administer ozone or take the time to study how to administer this substance safely. It has a much higher oxidation potential than Chlorine Dioxide Solution or Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide so it must be used with care [1]. Ozone therapy is often administered as part of a comprehensive treatment plan that involves several different therapeutic approaches to treat cancer [9].



Ozone therapy was developed in Germany by Werner von Siemens in 1857. In 1870, also in Germany, C. Lender used ozone to therapeutically purify blood. During World War I, ozone was used to treat wounds, trench foot, the effects of poison gas, and gangrene. It was also used to treat war wounds during World War II [7].


In 1915, Dr. Albert Wolff of Berlin used ozone to treat the following:



Today, ozone therapy is in common use in Germany, Italy, France, Romania, Russia, Poland, Czech Republic, Hungary, Bulgaria, Israel, Cuba, Japan, and Mexico. Though not in widespread use, it is in available in five U.S. states [7].


The development of ozone resistant materials and better data as to the ideal concentration of ozone for use in medicine has made ozone therapy more popular [7].


Safety and Effectiveness

In 1980, the German Medical Society for Ozone Therapy polled 644 therapists about their work with 384,755 patients. The doctors reported only 40 cases of side effects that occurred over the course of administering 5,579,238 treatments [7].


Ozone has been used with excellent results to diminish pain for the following diseases:


Ozone has been particularly noteworthy in terms of its ability to cure AIDS/HIV as well as memory, nerve, and mood issues including Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease. Ozone injections are also used to treat slipped vertebral discs [3][7].


How Ozone Is Administered

Ozone can be administered via infusion bottle, the ozone RHP technique, as rectal ozone, or intravenously. All of these therapies must be administered by a trained medical practitioner. Typically ozone is administered from twice weekly to twice daily depending on how advanced the patient’s cancer is. Ozone treatments are given over the course of several weeks or months [1][5].

Ozone has a half-life of 55 minutes in a 50 mL disposable ozone-resistant, siliconized injection syringe. Because of its short half-life, it must be prepared on site for its specific use [6].


Ozone Infusion Bottle / Ozone Autohemotherapy

This treatment protocol involves removing part of the blood from the body (usually 1 pint), saturating it with oxygen in the form of ozone, and then returning it to the body in an oxygen-rich form [1].


Intravenous Ozone (Ozone I.V.)

Intravenous ozone involves the administration of ozone into the body via a fluid that’s been saturated with it. Rather than removing the blood from the body to use as a transport vehicle for the ozone, a fluid that already contains the ozone is administered intravenously [1][5].


Ozone RHP Technique

Pure molecular oxygen (O2) and ozone (O3) are put directly into the bloodstream using a device that’s similar to a dialysis machine. The patient’s blood is infused with oxygen and ozone and then re-introduced back into the body in repeated cycles during the same treatment session. Treatment sessions typically last 60 to 120 minutes [1][10].

The RHP Technique is lauded as an improved form of conventional Ozone Therapy. It works as a full body and blood purification system [10].


Rectal Ozone Therapy

In this treatment, ozone is administered into the rectum in gas form to specifically target organs such as the colon and oxygenate the entire bloodstream [5].


Possible Negative Effects

The German Medical Association of Ozone Application in Prevention and Therapy says that ozone is contraindicated in the following situations:

  • Uncontrolled hyperthyroidism
  • Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency (favism, acute haemolytic anaemia)
  • Pregnancy in the first trimester
  • Leukemia [6].

If you have one of these diseases or disorders, consider instead using Chlorine Dioxide Solution (CDS) and DMSO. These two substances (CDS and DMSO) are safe for use in pregnant women, lactating women, infants, and leukemia patients to cure cancer.


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