Hardly a difficult choice given humans can not survive without oxygen. But, hang on, do you think you could survive without your tech? You misplace your mobile phone and all hell breaks loose in your urgency to find it. And the relief when you do. It seems that our dependancy and servitude to tech is as important as the oxygen that sustains life.

So, it has to be tech and oxygen.

Have you heard about Ozone? Maybe you have heard that the ozone layer protects us from the harmful effects of the sun (more at https://www.nationalgeographic.org/encyclopedia/ozone-layer/).

Do you know that Ozone is also effective in treating a range of medical conditions and alternative to medicines?

Is this important? YES for three reasons:

  1. It is cheap compared to medicine. The UK’s NHS budget for 2020/21 is £200Bn (see https://www.kingsfund.org.uk/projects/nhs-in-a-nutshell/nhs-budget). And if you read mainstream media it is never enough to meet the demands on the service and with the national debt fast inflating due to Covid something is going to give. What is that something? A two-tier health system where the treatments available to you are dependant on your ability to pay? That already exists in the UK. A discriminatory system – come back when you have lost 30kgs and then we will consider treating you. That already exists. Treatments that are not life saving will be unavailable – IVF, boob job, sex change – unless you can pay. That already exists as NHS Trusts curtail treatments to balance the books.
  2. Spending on medicine is growing fast.Estimated total NHS spending on medicines in England has grown from £13 billion in 2010/11 to £17.4 billion in 2016/17 – an average growth of around 5 per cent a year. These figures are uncertain due to gaps in data, but the rate of increase is substantially faster than for the total NHS budget over the same period.’ Source: https://www.kingsfund.org.uk/publications/rising-cost-medicines-nhs. Antibiotic resistance is a major concern to quote the WHO: ‘Antibiotic resistance is one of the biggest threats to global health, food security, and development today.’ Source: https://www.who.int/news-room/fact-sheets/detail/antibiotic-resistance Is this growth is spend on medicine sustainable? Of course, your tax will be jacked up! Less money in your pocket but that’s OK your medicine is subsidised.
  3. Underfunded NHS. On a per capita basis the UK’s spend (what you government decides will be spent) on public health services ranks low against other OECD countries (last reported at 81% against OECD average spend). Why? Is there anything more important than the nation’s health? Read 1. above. The NHS is being progressively privatised – you pay! You may end up paying twice – tax and when treatment is not available to you from the NHS you pay to go private – if you can afford it.

Ozone – A hidden source of disease prevention and treatment.

What is a low cost alternative to prescription medication was available to treat a range of medical conditions? And more, that alternative was cheap and effective.

Who would want that? I put my hand up as someone who has received ozone treatment.

Would would not want that? Every pharmaceutical company as it is a threat to their profits. The largest drug company in the world has revenues of $82Bn and profit margin of $17Bn. The healthcare technology industry has a profit margin of 21% — making it the most profitable major industry in the world.

So, as all things in life, if YOU FOLLOW THE MONEY you will always uncover the agenda presenting (and sometimes inhibiting) your choices.

So, what to know more about Ozone? Run an online search. It remains controversial and you will find proponents and antagonists lined up to defend their respective interests. Work goes on to explore the potential of Ozone to combat disease and our desire for a health that is not so reliant on medication (see 2. above to understand why drugs are not always the answer).

Did you know that Italy who have one of the highest rates of mortality from Covid is using Ozone as a therapy? https://thepowerofozone.com/which-countries-use-ozone-therapy-for-coronavirus-infections/

My job here is not to attack nor defend any position, rather to open up discussion. After all, we don’t know what we don’t know.

You may know the George Bernard Shaw quotation, “The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man.” Thanks to Wikipedia.

I’ll take tech and oxygen and Ozone.