Ozone is three atoms of Oxygen, while normal Oxygen (O2) is only two atoms. This makes Ozone an unstable molecule that is determined to become stable O2. When ozone is mixed in equal parts of blood, and gently swirled, it is converted into oxygen (o2). This causes the blood to have an above average concentration of oxygen, and white blood cells to produce cytokines and interleukins (substances that enhance the immune system). When the blood goes back into the body, the patient becomes highly oxygenated and their immune system becomes supercharged.
Ozone is used commonly in cancer treatments, due to its production of an oxygen-rich environment, that cancer cells cannot survive in, as well as its effects on boosting immune function.