The human body is 2/3 water. Of that, 90% is lymph and 10% is blood. The cell functions by burning sugar in oxygen to provide energy. The waste products are carbon dioxide and water. If there is insufficient oxygen at the cellular level, the burn will be incomplete, and carbon monoxide and lactic acid will be formed. The body cannot easily rid itself of monoxide; it prevents hemglobin from picking up fresh oxygen, and the body temperature is lowered. The lactic acid will build up in the system, clogging the nerve pathways, eventually calcifying and causing degeneration. More oxygen is required to come in and oxidize these toxins, but if it is not available, they build up. The blood will carry a heavy load of sludge, and toxins will be deposited in the fat. The water that composes the body gets dirtier and dirtier. Disease is the result. This is where ozone shines -- in eliminating toxicity from the body. Ozone taken on a daily basis will, over time, clean all the fluid of the body, safely. Ozone has been used to clean water for large cities for over 100 years. The water engineers have a value that they use to measure the effectiveness of ozone in cleaning water. This is the CT value. It is a product of concentraton x time. (CxT)
Data Has Been Overlooked by Doctors
This information has been overlooked by the medical fraternity. The time that ozone is in contact with human tissue is of great importance. Ozone therapy has only considered concentration and total volume of ozone, and has ignored the time factor. Also overlooked is the body weight of the patient, which must be given due consideration. When doing rectal insufflation, if the concentration is 30 ug/cc, and the length of time of exposure is 2 minutes, the CT value will be 30 x 2 = 60. If however, the exposure time is 5 minutes, the CT will be 30 x 5 = 150. A higher CT value is a more desirable figure, because more oxidation work can be done. In order to be able to lengthen the time of exposure, it is necessary to have a very low flow rate. The ozone industry has generally rated its equipment with a flow rate of 1/2 litre/minute. However, by using a regulator producing a flow rate of 1/32 of a litre per minute, it is possible to get exposure times of 30 minutes. Since ozone concentration is inversely proportional to flow rate, the lowest flow produces the highest concentration. For example, at 1/32 litre/minute, our Model 2040 generator produces 50 ug/cc. Rectal insufflation for 30 minutes will produce a CT value of 50 x 30 = 1500. It is clear that there is an advantage to low flow rate insufflation, and the low flow rate prevents the problems of cramping or colon distension. There is also the addedbenefit of very low oxygen usage. Remember that oxygen by itself does not produce the therapeutic effects of ozone. The patient often needs to have a series of colonics before beginning insufflation, and an enema before each insufflation, The patient taking rectal insufflation needs to take quality acidophilous.