Ozone Therapy for Candida
Ozone therapy has many benefits, but one of the most important is its ability to fight candida infections. Candida is a fungus that can live in our bodies and cause various symptoms, including bloating and fatigue. It’s also responsible for yeast infections.
Ozone therapy is a non-invasive procedure that uses oxygen to kill bacteria, viruses, and other harmful organisms in your body. The process is relatively simple: we run ozone through your body, flushing out any infected areas along the way.
It leaves your body feeling refreshed and rejuvenated while also helping to fight off any additional infections that may have been present before treatment began.
Ozone and Ionising Radiation
While there are many ways to treat candida infections in addition to ozone therapy (such as using probiotics), this form of treatment can be especially helpful because it treats not just the symptoms but also the underlying issues that caused them in the first place—which means you might be able to avoid taking antibiotics or other medications for more extended periods of time than if you were treating symptoms alone!
The problem with most conventional treatments for Candida is that they focus on killing the fungus, which isn’t what you want to do when you have a fungal infection—or any infection, for that matter. You need to ensure your immune system is strong enough to fight off the fungus on its own and then keep it from returning by strengthening your defences against future infections.
To do this, you need a combination of strategies: some directed at wiping out the fungus and others directed at boosting your immune system so it can handle future attacks from Candida albicans or other pathogens. Ozone addresses all aspects of a 360-degree Candida albicans strategy.
Ozone therapy creates an environment where harmful bacteria cannot live while allowing beneficial organisms like Candida to thrive. It also speeds up the recovery time from illness or injury by stimulating your immune system to fight off invading pathogens more effectively.
What are the studies saying about using ozone for Candida? Let’s take a look.
- Ozone has effective antimicrobial properties.
- Ozone has been shown to eliminate Candida albicans, Enterococcus faecalis, endotoxins, and biofilms.
One study investigated the antifungal effects of the zone on different forms of Candida.
- The study tested ozone against fifty different forms of Candida.
- The report proved that ozone effectively killed Candida in yeast form and inhibited germination.
Another study conducted in 2018 showed that:
- When ozone was used on Candida in rats, ozone was shown to act as an excellent fungicidal agent and can also alter the immune system.
Candida overgrowth is often linked to severe cases such as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
In a review article which analysed 23 articles on ozone therapy for Candida, it was concluded that:
- Ozone has a significant antimicrobial action on Candida yeast.
- Ozone attenuates the curative response to a Candida infection since numerous studies have reported improving infectious conditions and decreasing colony-forming units.
One of the main mechanisms that ozone works to kill Candida is that Candida needs a hypoxic environment to thrive in, meaning an environment without oxygen, otherwise known as an anaerobic environment. So, when you begin to introduce oxygen molecules into the body in the form of O3 (ozone), this disrupts the environment by which the Candida needs to survive. The fungus cannot survive in a hyperoxic environment, an environment which is filled with oxygen and is known to be aerobic. Naturally, the Candida begins to die off during this process. Furthermore, a significant component of a Candida infection is the host’s immune system’s inability to control and rebalance the Candida population.
Candida, fundamentally, is not a pathogenic fungus and usually exists within our system synergistically alongside other bacteria and fungi. However, it is opportunistic, so when the host’s immune system is ‘out of wack’, the Candida overgrows. This overgrowth leads to symptoms such as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome as the Candida takes from the host’s resources and energy supply to feed itself and populate the entire body. When this pathogenesis occurs, we tend to see Candida popping up in other parts of the body. The Candida has successfully managed to grow to the point where it can break through the gastrointestinal tract walls, enter the bloodstream and create a population of fungi in other, damp areas of the body, i.e. the vaginal wall, the toenail and the mouth.
So, ozone positively modulates the immune system in several ways, thus allowing the body’s natural defence system to depopulate the Candida back to its synergistic levels. We are here for you at Nūūtro.
If you’re suffering from a candida infection, we know how frustrating it can be to feel like your body is out of balance and you can’t do anything about it. We want to help restore that balance so you can live your best life. We understand how Candida works to the deepest level.
Our protocols are designed specifically to help you take control of your health and feel better than ever before. Our team is dedicated to providing you with the highest quality modalities at affordable prices.
We have a wide range of avenues for you to explore on your healing journey:
- Ozone Therapy combined with UV light
- Intravenous Therapy infusions
- EBO2, one of the first units in Europe
- Intramuscular injections
Additionally, if you feel ready to undergo an aesthetic boost when overcoming your Candida infection, we also offer plasma-rich platelets. We understand that some individuals suffering from Candida for a long time can experience hair loss, which PRP is perfect for. If you have any questions or concerns about our products or services, please don’t hesitate to reach out!
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Amin, L. E. (2018). Biological assessment of ozone therapy on experimental oral candidiasis in immunosuppressed rats. Biochemistry and Biophysics Reports, 15, 57–60.
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