Vaginal ozone therapy is the application of medical grade ozone/oxygen for a variety of vaginal issues and infections.
Break through the confusion and information overload with this simple comparison of every ozone therapy you can do at home.
Ozone ear insufflation is an easy, low-risk therapy with scientifically proven and anecdotal benefits. Here's how you can do it yourself.
Everything you need to know about using limb bags to expose your skin to the healing properties of ozone gas.
Everything you need to know about using glass ozone cups to expose your skin to the healing properties of ozone gas.
Ozonated ice baths combine the therapeutic effects of ozone therapy and cold therapy. But not all equipment is created equal.
Are ozone saunas systemic? Do they benefit the skin? Do they work at all? Where's the best place to get equipment? Find out right here.
Breathing ozone is dangerous unless it's bubbled through oil. Find out why breathing ozonated oil is beneficial and how to do it yourself.
Ozone oil pills are the most effective way to ingest ozone oil, and they help eliminate pathogens in the stomach.
Ozone oil suppositories are used primarily for rectal or vaginal infections, but anecdotes suggest potential systemic effects.
The concentration represents the strength of the ozone. It is commonly measured in ug/ml (micrograms per milliliter).
Rectal insufflation is the administration of medical grade ozone directly into the colon via the rectum.
IV ozone therapy is the administration of medical grade ozone and oxygen gas into the blood.
There's not much scientific data about drinking ozone water. But it's been proven useful in many areas and is easy to make at home.
Both rectal insufflation and IV ozone benefit your entire body, but they have some key differences. Check out our comparison.
It's helpful to know what you're getting into before you walk into an ozone therapy clinic. Here's a comparison of the different IV options.