What is Intravenous Ozone?
Intravenous ozone therapy involves administering ozone gas into the bloodstream to support the immune system and help treat diseases or wounds. The oxygen that we breathe contains two atoms (O2), while ozone gas contains three bonded oxygen atoms (O3). When ozone gas is added into the bloodstream, it increases blood oxygen levels, reducing stress on the lungs and leading to numerous health benefits. It was discovered in 1785 and synthesized in 1840. As far back as 1881, it was used as a disinfectant.
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