Like fuel filled jetpacks, hologram conference calls and a new species of purple llama discovered in a bathtub in Nepal, great advancements are being made in technology and especially in the health field. Today’s Groupon pays ode to medical advances with an Ozone therapy session at Figureline Ozone Therapy for R120.
Said to detox and rid your body of bad juju, Ozone therapy has recently been the most sought after treatment to naturally rid your body of viruses and is helps relieve allergies. At Figureline Ozone Therapy, the professionally trained technicians use pure medical oxygen, instead of ambient air, to treat your tired body and mind. Also the therapy equipment used has infrared treatment so while you are having your ozone therapy session, you will experience the benefits of infrared as well. Infrared light therapy has been proven to provide different health benefits ranging from skin care to injury rehabilitation. The infrared therapy involves exposing infrared light radiation to a specific area which will work to reduce discomfort or improve the skins appearance.
The friendly technicians at Figureline Ozone Therapy will make you feel at ease, talking you through the process of Ozone therapy. This advanced modern therapy has several benefits including increasing body metabolism, detoxification, weight loss assistance. It also relaxes and loosens sore muscles, improves blood circulation and alleviates stress and muscle tension. With today’s Groupon at Figureline Ozone Therapy it will also assist with the elimination of toxins in your body, stimulate the immune system, dramatically increase oxygenation of the tissues and cells, increase oxygen and nutrient delivery within the body and purge the body of accumulated toxins such as pesticides, acidic waste and much more.
This Ozone therapy session is a spring-cleaning for your body; leaving you feeling revitalised and rid of harmful toxins. Many people seek Ozone therapy to help release stress and tension and get their body’s feeling brand new.
Health fact: Health practitioners in Guatemala have stumbled across the idea of using kiwi fruit to treat allergies. They slice the kiwi fruit in two and make the patient eat one half and toss the other over their right shoulder while saying an ancient Mayan chant.