Oxygen particles have a strong affinity to bind to each other. As stated, prior, ozone’s chemical formation is O3, meaning it has an extra particle over oxygen (O2) making it super sticky. When Oxygen is mixed in blood it attaches itself to the hemoglobin within a matter of seconds. This may then create a “trickle effect” throwing your body’s defense system into hyperdrive. Ozone is known for the possibility to stimulate the immune system, which gives it the potential to be effective against infections. In addition, ozone can also be anti-inflammatory, and can help promote wound healing. Chronic inflammation is the cause of many diseases and ozone’s anti-inflammatory effect can also help in these circumstances.
Ozone has the capacity to promote an increase in the uptake and use of oxygen in the blood, which further promotes healing especially in conditions that result from poor circulation. Ozone also can simulate an increase in antioxidants which prevents further conditions from developing. In addition, ozone has the capacity to have a regenerative effect on tissues and stimulate stem cells.