Hi-Tech Air Purification System May Help Prevent Flu

DEERFIELD BEACH, Fla. -- While government and health officials try desperately to replenish the diminishing supply of flu vaccinations, people are turning to preventative measures to strengthen their immune systems as flu season quickly approaches.  A Florida-based company has developed a way to sanitize indoor air using a high-tech air purification device.  This device is called the O*ZONELite, an energy-efficient 23-watt light bulb coated with titanium dioxide.  When illuminated, O*ZONELites photocatalytic action eliminates airborne bacteria, viruses, fungi, mold, smoke and offensive odors.

Jane C. Morrison, owner and director of a Peaceful Place Massage & Wellness Center in New York, suggests the bulb as a tool for fostering good health during the flu crisis.  As everyone knows, taking vitamins, drinking water and exercising are all good places to start, but people also need sunlight to keep their immune system healthy and the O*ZONELite not only produces light therapy, but it also has the added benefit of eliminating the viruses and bacteria in the air, she said. And with the new O*ZONELite Full Spectrum, you can now enjoy the benefits of full spectrum light for light therapy while attacking airborne bacteria, viruses, fungi, mold, smoke and offensive odors.

O*ZONELite uses a natural occurring mineral and light to destroy airborne pathogens and viruses that may cause health problems, explained O*ZONELite CEO David deMartino. Its been tested in medical and industrial settings and has proven successful at zapping these pollutants.

As patients demanding flu vaccines that dont exist swamp healthcare clinics, consumers will have to resort to over-the-counter medicines and herbal medicines.

Often times these over-the-counter medicines are not enough, but with the added help of an air purification system that kills the harmful pathogens in the air, it definitely increases the probability of eliminating the virus in your home, said O*ZONELite president William Stone.


Source: O*ZONELite

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