By Dr. Daniel Riordan, ND
Dr. Shegeft and I just got back from Dr. Frank Shallenberger’s Ozone seminar where we learned more about Ozone and Prolozone.
Ozone is a gas that is made up of Oxygen molecules. Typically when we think of oxygen, it is 02, or 2 molecules of oxygen bound together. This is the most stable form of oxygen.
However, when an electric force is applied, those molecules break apart and when they recombine, can form O3, or Ozone.
Fun fact: 90% of earth’s Ozone layer is made by the sun’s ultraviolet light, however 10% is generated by the Catatumbo Light Storms in Venezuela which is a phenomenon that produces over 1 million light strikes a year (look up some YouTube videos of it)!
The exciting part is not really what Ozone is, but more about what ozone can do. Continue reading