Ozone Therapy & Insufflations

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Ozone therapy is a versatile, powerful and natural therapy that helps almost any problematic condition in the body. From general health maintenance to major chronic illnesses, ozone therapy for many patients is the turning point in their health. Ozone has been used in other countries for many years and has a nearly perfect safety profile. There are thousands of published papers in medical literature showing its ability to kill viruses, fungi and bacteria.  In this age of pandemic viruses and antibiotic resistant superbugs, ozone should be integrated into our health regimens as there are no resistant organisms noted to date.

BOOO (Breathing Treatment) | $35

Sinus Insufflation | $25

Ear Insufflation | $25

All Types of Insufflation | $89

Member Pricing All Types of Insufflation | $75




“If nature designed a single antidote to illness, it is probably ozone. If there is a natural performance enhancer and tonic to support healthy cell function, then that is also ozone.”

-Dr. Frank Shallenberger, M.D., HMD, ABAAM

 BOOO (Breathing Treatment)

Ozone in it’s pure undiluted form is an irritant to the lungs. When filtered through extra virgin olive oil not only does the ozone retain it’s benefits but additional terpenes are created. This provides anti-microbial & anti-inflammatory benefits! These medicinal terpenes are healthy for the lungs,  sinuses and even the brain tissue! Great for allergies and brain fog!

All Types of Insufflation

Ear Insufflation: Helps all conditions of the ear! Helps with tinnitus, vertigo, swimmer’s ear, otitis media (ear infection), and brain fog!

Sinus Insufflation: Helps with allergies, sinus infections and chronic sinus conditions.

Vaginal and Rectal Insufflation : Helps with colon, rectal and liver disorders. Helps with Pelvic issues, vaginal and cervical infections, reproductive issues (PCOS, PID, Prostatitis)  bladder infections (IC), chronic infections, candida overgrowth, intestinal problems (IBS, Crohn’s, UC, cancer), headaches, sinus problems, vertigo, swimmers’ ear, tinnitus, skin conditions, and post-surgical sites. 


History of Ozone

Ozone (O3) is formed when the oxygen atoms (O2) are split and then recombined into a triplet molecule. When an energetic force, such as electricity or ultraviolet light is imposed upon a molecule of O2, the two oxygen atoms are temporarily split apart into two single oxygen atoms. In a matter of nano seconds, these highly unstable oxygen atoms will pair up again and reform back into O2 molecules. But a small percentage of them will unite in a triplet formation known as ozone.

When we use ozone in the human body, it immediately interacts with the tissues to form peroxides, which Doctors refer to as ozonides. These ozonides can last in the body from days to weeks and continue to exert their effects long after the treatment session. Ozone never produces free radicals in the body.

Ozone therapy is not a new alternative medicine. In fact, one of its most appealing aspects regarding medical use, is its remarkably long history in the world of medicine.

Ozone was first discovered in 1785 by Dutch physicist Martinez Van Marum. While working with electrostatic machines, he noticed a peculiar odor that was being generated by the equipment. The electrical charges he was working with were reacting with the room air to produce ozone. Years later, in 1840, German chemist Christian Friedrich Schonbein synthesized ozone in his laboratory and was able to describe exactly what it was. “The production of ozone by chemical means.” Liebig, a collaborator of his, suggested the term “ozonated oxygen” because in Greek, Ozien means “smelling gas”. These scientists immediately recognized they had discovered something unique and powerful.

It didn’t take long for doctors and scientists to realize that ozone had many medical applications including water sterilization and its use as a potent anti-microbial agent. In 1881, ozone began to be used as a disinfectant. Throughout the next 100 years, it continued to be studied and used in many applications, including dentistry. Nikola Tesla’s ozone company was the first to manufacture ozone generators for medical use. He was also the first to develop ozonated olive oil. It was also used during times of war to treat infected wounds, frostbite and gangrene.

In the past 30 years, more than 2500 papers on the medical use of ozone have been published in peer reviewed medical and scientific journals. You can access these articles by visiting www.aaot.us

So, you can see that just because the medical use of ozone is relatively unknown here in the United States, it is not because there is not a rich history for its use. Some of the brightest medical and scientific minds of all time have highlighted this amazing therapy.


Ozone Therapy is not FDA approved and is not an exact science. No guarantees can be made as to the outcome of your care, examination, and/or treatment(s) at PulsedOzone Cellular Solutions. We cannot claim cures.

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