Ozone and Lyme Disease April 13 2016, 1 Comment

Ozone and Lyme Disease

*Disclaimer: A2Z Ozone Inc. is not trying to offer any kind of medical advice to our customers. The point of this blog is simply to educate our customers on how other individuals are using Ozone. Before using Ozone for medicinal purposes, please consult with your doctor or health care provider.


It’s summertime! That means we are enjoying the sunshine, being outside, swimming, and all kinds of outdoors activities! While the sunshine is great and the weather is fabulous, there are some small things that summer brings that aren’t so great.

I’m talking about bugs. Particularly, ticks. (Gross!)

Ticks are small creepy, crawly creatures that fall into the arachnid (spider) family. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, “Ticks live in moist and humid environments, particularly in or near wooded or grassy areas”. This is why they are most active during the summer months.

Now, when we get bitten by a tick, most of the time we just grab a pair of tweezers and pluck those little things right off our skin, put some rubbing alcohol on the area where they were and then continue on about our summer activities. However, for some, an itchy bite mark isn’t all that ticks leave behind. For the unlucky ones, ticks leave behind Lyme Disease.

According to LymeDisease.org:

Lyme disease is a bacterial infection primarily transmitted by Ixodes ticks, also known as deer ticks, and on the West Coast, black-legged ticks. These tiny arachnids are typically found in wooded and grassy areas. Although people may think of Lyme as an East Coast disease, it is found throughout the United States, as well as in more than sixty other countries.

Lyme Disease Bateria under microscope

(Microscopic view of Lyme Disease Bacteria)

While talking to Sonya who is our Administrative Assistant, she tells me that people have been using Ozone to help treat Lyme Disease! I hadn’t ever heard of this and decided to do some research on it.

While looking at NewsMax.com, I read the following:

…ozone therapy is broadly effective because it attacks and removes disease-causing agents, including viruses, bacteria, fungi, molds, yeast, and toxic metals.

Because ozone is an oxygen molecule without an electron, it is attracted to electron-rich microorganisms. After it strips away the organisms’ electrons, the cause of the disease dies. (NewsMax.com, March 2015).


When administering Ozone, there are two IV methods that differ. They are Major Auto-Hemotherapy (MAH) and Direct Intravenous Ozone Therapy (DIV). (NewsMax.com, March 2015).

Referring to NewsMax.com again, they say that “Although MAH improves many diseases and conditions, it rarely eliminates them. So many doctors prefer DIV, which is safer to perform, yet more powerful in its effects.” (NewsMax.com, March 2015).

Here are some diseases that Ozone is being used to treat:

“Infectious diseases such as candida, Epstein-Barr, hepatitis B and C, herpes 1 and 2, herpes zoster, HIV/AIDS, Lyme disease, measles, and pneumonia” (NewsMax.com, March 2015)

I love to see the many different uses of Ozone. I love to see how it is helping others and making an impact on the world in a positive way! If you have used Ozone under the guidance of your doctor or physician, or any other way, please shoot me an email and let me know! We would love to feature you on our blog and hear about your experience!


Happy Ozoning Friends!

Hannah Black – Media Coordinator



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