Disclaimer: The content here within is not medical advice. Consult your medical practitioner before attempting ozone therapy or an ozone water therapy protocol. Ozone therapy is not FDA approved.
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Ozone water has a very short half life, so it is best if you drink it right after you make it in order for it to be as effective as possible
There really is no hard data on how much ozone water a patient can or cannot drink as of this writing, but it is widely believed that ozone water is not harmful.
Make sure your patient does not use a plastic cup to drink ozone water as ozone can react to some materials. Glass or stainless steel cups are best.
There are people who like it strong and others who like it very weak, so the titration part of ozone water is critical to find what works best for each patient.
Some patients can experience headaches or scratchy throat after drinking ozone water, if this happens to your patient, lower the gamma and time by half for their next treatment or discontinue.