Ozone therapy is all-natural, easy and provides a number of potential benefits.
Ozone therapy is most popularly used via steam, insufflations, drinking and applying topically. Below you can find out what you need to use ozone but first a short explanation of what ozone is typically used for.
Note: If you want to treat yourself with ozone we can help you find the equipment you need and help you get it set up. We can not give medical advice and we are not licensed doctors. If you would like information on the benefits of ozone, let us know and we can provide third party articles for your information.
What is ozone?
Ozone is also known as activated oxygen. Oxygen is O2 and Ozone is O3, meaning it contains three oxygen molecules instead of two. After a short time, that third molecule will break off and start the work of ozone therapy.
Ozone has been in use in medical applications since the early 1900s. It is used around the world in countries like Russia, Italy, Germany, Cuba, Mexico and more. Some states in the US also approve it for therapy.
What about side effects?
Ozone has been shown to be free from major side effects and extremely safe. A 1980 study in Germany for the German Medical Society polled 644 therapists about 384,775 patients. In this group over 5.5 million ozone treatments were done. Only 40 cases of side effects and four fatalities were shown in the entire group. That's a side effect rate of 0.000007%, worlds safer than many other therapies. Compare it to other modern therapies and see how ozone ranks.
You may also be interested in our Ozone Therapy guide. Or view our complete Ozone Therapy YouTube playlist by clicking the graphic below.
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