by Caroline Carter
"The beauty of Ozone is that when this molecule, almost as old as primordial life, is applied in small precise doses, it is able to simultaneously trigger or reactivate many functional activities that have gone astray during a chronic disease."
Dr. Velio Bocci, Professor Emeritus of General Physiology, University of Siena, Italy.
While everyone understands we would quickly die without oxygen, few understand the vital role it plays in maintaining a healthy body, free of disease.
Oxygen makes up approximately 21 percent of the air we currently breathe. 100 years ago, available oxygen was estimated to be about 38%; 30 years ago, about 22%. Today, the oxygen content of our air has dropped to an average of 19%-21% in even relatively unpolluted environments.