September 1, 2020

Ozone Uses

Practitioners of ozone therapy, use gas or liquid forms of ozone to treat different kinds of medical conditions and also used as a topical disinfectant. Other uses includes and is not limited too…

The treating of

  • treating arthritis
  • fighting viral diseases, such as HIV and SARS
  • disinfecting wounds
  • activating the immune system
  • treating ischemic heart disease
  • treating macular degeneration
  • treating cancer


An Ozone sauna is a highly affective manner of administrating ozone gas to a person’s body.  The person will be seated inside the machine with only the body covered, whilst being steamed with H2O and Ozone gas. The heat allows for the persons pours to open and raises the heart rate to produce personal sweating. The machine is set to maintain a constant temperature, and last for approximately 25 – 30 min. During the sweating phase the ozone gas penetrates the skin and passes through the persons body whilst removing free radicals and repairing cells through the charged oxygen particles. Once the process has been completed the machine is turned off and the person is free to climb out of the box. When leaving the box a person need to take care not to breath in the ozone air released once the doors are opened because ozone irritates the airways, large quantities of Ozone breathed in directly will have negative side effects.

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Side effects

Side effects associated with ozone therapy can vary depending on the type of treatment a person undergoes.

People should never inhale ozone. If it enters the mouth, nose, or eyes, it can burn and cause coughing, nausea, vomiting, or headaches. More severe exposure can lead to respiratory complications.

People who undergo ozone therapy sometimes experience the Herxheimer reaction. This can make the individual have flu-like symptoms and but only lasts for a short-term.