Ebola is heavily featured in the news these days, bringing lots of fear and concerns. Can anything be done to successfully treat or prevent this horrific and highly lethal disease?
Dr. Robert Rowen who is a leading expert on oxidative therapy, offers an intriguing answer in this interview. By invitation of the President of Sierra Leone, he’s going there to teach health care workers how to treat Ebola using ozone.
"Ozonated olive oil is an effective adjunct treatment for inflammation of the skin, such as dermatitis and seborrhea. Ozonated olive oil is helpful in bacterial infections of the skin, including carbuncles, cellulitis, eczema, erysipelas, folliculitis, furuncles, granuloma annular, impetigo, paronychia, psoriasis, ringworm, skin yeast, staphylococcus, sweat gland infections, and tinea versicolor. It is also helpful for bed sores (decubitus ulcers) and for the post-surgical treatment of wounds to prevent secondary infections."-- Dr. H.E.Sartori
The progress of today medical science is oriented to development of new technologies allowing not only highly effective treating diseases, but also preventing them, increasing the vital potential of the organism.One of such progressive approaches is ozonated oil therapy.It has a wide range of action in dermatology, urology, internal medicine. It would be strange if ozonated oil would not be put into use in cosmetology - one of the most progressive fields of its application. In methods of treatment with ozonated oil a particular attention is paid to improvement of microcirculation, oxygenation, energy supply of cells, proper trophism and protection...