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Besides being found on the stratosphere that protects us, ozone is a gas with many different uses and is beneficial for the human body. Did you know that?
Many people already know about ozone therapy, an alternative therapy that has been used and studied for over 150 years.
According to researchers, ozone was found in 1840 and started being used in health in the 19th century by German doctors.
The procedure was disseminated throughout Europe, Canada, Mexico, China, Cuba, and in 23 states of the USA.
This therapy uses ozone both in the liquid and gas forms, which can be applied in many ways, like endovenous, intramuscular, and rectal, for treating different medical conditions.
The gas form has around 5% ozone and 95% oxygen and is produced by equipment called medical ozone generator.
Attention: It is important to know that only qualified professionals can prescribe the dose and way of application of ozone therapy.
Also, ozone is an unstable and harmful gas when inhaled. It needs to be created under specific methods and equipment.
People who do ozone therapy usually report some side-effects similar to a cold, with a reduction of symptoms in time.
In cases of rectal application, the patient may feel discomfort, cramps, and gas, but it is temporary.
It is worth remembering that you must never inhale ozone, as it may burn, cause coughing, nausea, vomiting and headaches. In some cases, it may cause respiratory complications.
Have you ever done ozone therapy? Do you know someone who has?
0:00 What is Ozone Therapy
1:03 Ozone Health Benefits
2:56 Ozone Therapy Side Effects
3:10 Ozone Risks and Precautions
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