In simple terms, when a cell becomes stressed (by physical or chemical shock or by viral, bacterial or fungal attack) its energy levels are reduced and it becomes electro-positive. Ozone has a free radical electrical charge in the third atom of oxygen (O3) which is able to balance this unbalanced charge. Diseased cells, viruses, harmful bacteria and other pathogens carry such a charge and so attract ozone and its by-products.
When ozone is introduced into the blood, it reacts with these oxidisable substrates killing viruses, bacteria, and fungi. In addition, the metabolic waste products of these organisms are oxidized and an oxygen rich environment is provided within which healthy cells can thrive. Normal healthy cells can not react with ozone or its by-products as they possess a balanced electrical charge and strong enzyme system.
Ozone targets only diseased cells and pathogens.