PROFESSIONALS ON OZONEK®
During the past fifteen years, the anti infection effects of the ozone and its use in the pharmaceutic industry, have become highly regarded. Ozone as a component of various specimen has recognisable cleansing effects and functions as a disinfection that is able to rid the skin and mucous membranes of all present patogens. Due to the higher concentration of oxygen in ischemical or infected tissue, the degradation of ozone derivatives benefits local metabolism and proliferation of tissue, which is necessary for achieving results in treatment of mucous membranes (or) skin.TRAVAGLI, V., ZANARDI, I., BOCCI, V.. Topical applications of ozone and ozonated oils as anti-infective agents: an insight into the patent claims, 2009. Recent Pat. Antiinfect. Drug Discov. 4, 130-142.
When applying locally, the ozone olive oil has striking cleansing effects along with the oxygenation and the healing effects on various skin deceases and wounds (inflicted and post operational wounds, burns, abscess, diabetes boils, bedsores, radiotherapy wounds).VALACCHI, G., FORTINO, V., BOCCI, V.. The dual action of ozone on the skin. British Journal of Dermatology, 2005. 153, s. 1096-1100.
Ozone is generally recognised as one of the best bactericidal, anti-virus and fungicidal products. That is why its use in the form of an ozone olive oil is both practical and beneficial. It is possible to sufficiently determine the peroxide levels.VALACCHI, G., FORTINO, V., BOCCI, V.. The dual action of ozone on the skin. British Journal of Dermatology, 2005. 153, s. 1096-1100.
Currently the ozone oil is used to treat local anaerobic and herpetic infections, boils, burns, cellulite, abscesses, anal wounds, bedsores, fistula, furunculosis, gum infections, infections of the vulva and vagina.BOCCI, V.. Ozone: A New Medical Drug. Dordrecht: Springer, 2005; 32-5, 102-3
When applying the ozone olive oil on all types of acute and chronic skin infections, the ozone is gradually released, which, as opposed to traditional lotions, has the effect of disinfection and stimulation which leads to fast healing.VALACCHI, G., FORTINO, V., BOCCI, V.. The dual action of ozone on the skin. British Journal of Dermatology, 2005. 153, s. 1096-1100.
Recently the scientist have begun pointing out the possibility of using ozone for healing purposes. Ozone has already been used in complementary and alternative medicine for a long time. Undoubtedly it is one of the most curious healing methods available nowadays. The usage of ozone is based on its known antimicrobial, antihypoxic, analgetic, and immunity stimulating properties. These effects, proven by many evidences and scientific studies, make ozone treatment applicable in various fields of medicine. It has been proved that the oxidation properties of the ozone can greatly help to heal an entire spectrum of deceases, including many chronic infections, for which not many effective ways of treatment are available.BHATEJA, Sumit. The miraculous healing therapy - “Ozone therapy” in dentistry. Indian Journal of Dentistry, 2012, vol. 3, no. 3, s. 150-155.
Matsumoto et. al. have tested the effects of ozonized olive oil in treatment of intractable fistula and chronic wounds after surgical operations. The ozonized oil has been a successful treatment for 27 out of 28 patients, without any side effects.MATSUMOTO, A., SAKURAI, S., SHINRIKI, N. et al. Therapeutic effects of ozonized olive oil in the treatment of intractable fistula and wound after surgical operation. Proceedings of the 15th Ozone World Congress, London, UK, 11-15 September 2001, Medical Therapy Conference (IOA 2001, Ed). Ealing, London: Speedprint MacMedia Ltd, 2001: 77-84
The beneficial effect of ozone has been observed even when treating radiotherapy skin reactions on patients with cancer.JORDAN, L., BEAVER, K., FOY, S.. Ozone treatment for radiotherapy skin reactions: is there an evidence base for practice? Eur J Oncol Nurs 2002; 6:220-7
If we look at alternative therapy we can see that during the last decade ozone has been used for treating various deceases. The doctor reports about successful application of ozone for treatment and studies about its effects are responsible for the increasing interest in ozone therapy. Among the factors that contribute to its increasing usage is its simplicity of application, the absence of negative side effects the fact that the patients receive the treatment well, also the high medical, social and economical effectivity.BHATEJA, Sumit. The miraculous healing therapy - “Ozone therapy” in dentistry. Indian Journal of Dentistry, 2012, vol. 3, no. 3, s. 150-155.
The unstable molecule of ozone can be stabilised in the form of an ozonide in place of a double bond of an unsaturated fatty acid, e.g. oil acid.BOCCI, V.. Oxygen-ozone Therapy: a Critical Evaluation. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2002.
Ozonized olive oil is stable for 2 years, if stored at a 4°C temperature, it appears to be the ideal ozone treatment for healing chronic skin and mucous membrane infections.VALACCHI, G., FORTINO, V., BOCCI, V.. The dual action of ozone on the skin. British Journal of Dermatology, 2005. 153, s. 1096-1100.
Ozone is a well known bactericidal tool and its beneficial wound healing effects could be a result of this property. Due to the fact that ozone itself does not penetrate into the cells, but immediately reacts with unsaturated fatty acids, its effects should then be the results of oxidation. Because of this the ozonized oil could be a means of supplying the skin tissue with ozone.VALACCHI, G., LIM, Y., BELMONTE, G., MIRACCO, C., ZANARDI, I., BOCCI, V., TRAVALGI, V.. Ozonated sesame oil enhances cutaneous wound healing in SKH1 mice, 2011. Wound Rep Reg, 19, 107-115.
Ozone is generally known to be one of the best bactericidal, antivirus and fungicidal tools and is clinically used for treating chronic wounds.
It is presupposed that the beneficial effects of ozone are its results in the elimination of bacterial infection, the enhancement of healing the skin wound or the results of a higher oxygen pressure during the exposure to ozone on the wounded area.
Ozone does not penetrate down to the cells, but reacts immediately with the unsaturated fatty acid and creates oxygen radicals, as is hydrogen peroxide for example, which, by activating the reductive transcript factors such as NfkB, can induce the synthesis of reproduction and speed up the cell cycle. It has been recently suggested that using the ozonated oils could serve as means of supplying ozone to designated tissues, namely the skin. This effect is provided by the properties of the oil that stabilise the ozone, which becomes an ozonid in place of a double bond of an unsaturated fatty acid. This could be very beneficial for the local usage of ozone, when treating chronic infections of skin and mucous membrane, because ozonid can transport the resulting oxygen deep into the wound. Ozonated oil is used locally to treat various types of wounds.