How to Do an Ozone Sauna
In order to be able to do ozone saunas at home you need your own ozone equipment: an oxygen source, an ozone generator, and a sauna box which allows for the head to stick out. The sauna box can be either a foldable steam or infrared sauna tent, or a hard shell sauna.
By combining the two set-ups: the ozone generator and the sauna box you create an ozone sauna.
Ozone saunas administer ozone transdermally and can have a powerful systemic impact. Being able to perform ozone saunas at home gives you access to one of the most effective ozone treatments.
Ozone saunas can be performed with any type of oxygen source or ozone generator. What you see on this page is just one possibility out of many.
Whatever setup you choose, it should consist of the following four parts:
- Oxygen source (oxygen concentrator) and external regulator
- Ozone generator
- Sauna tent with heater, chair, 3 pieces of silicone tubing, 4 male luer locks, towels
- Towels, mask, fan
Scroll down to find a list with the recommended equipment.
1. Put towels on the floor. (You can add another layer of protection and put a plastic sheet underneath)
2. Open the sauna tent and set it on top of the towels.
3. Put towels on the floor of the sauna tent.
4. Set a chair inside and put towels on top of the seat.
5. Prepare another towel that you will later put around your neck.
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6. Connect the plastic container which came with your foldable steam sauna inside the sauna tent.
7. Fill the steamer pot with water. (Distilled or reverse osmosis filtered water is preferable to not create a calcium deposit.)
8. Plug the steamer pot into the power supply.
9. Connect the steamer pot with the outside of the sauna tent.
10. Turn the steamer pot on, select the time (45 min) and temperature level (maximum).
11. While the water is starting to boil, set up the rest of the equipment: Take a 3 feet (1 meter) long silicone tubing and push one end of it onto the oxygen out port of the oxygen concentrator.
12. Push a male luer lock connector into the other end of the silicone tubing.
13. Connect the silicone tubing with the “O2 IN” port on the external low flow regulator.
14. Take another, shorter piece (20″, 50 cm) of silicone tubing and push a male luer lock connector into each end.
15. Connect one end to the “O2 OUT” port on the external regulator.
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16. Connect the other end with the “Oxygen IN” port on the ozone generator.
17. Take a long piece of silicone tubing (4 to 5 ft, 120 to 150 cm) and push another male luer lock connector into it.
18. Screw the silicone tubing into the “Ozone OUT” port on the ozone generator.
19. Plug the oxygen concentrator into the power supply.
20. Make sure the OFF lever on the external regulator points towards the regulator.
21. Turn the oxygen concentrator on.
22. Set the oxygen concentrator to 2 LPM (Let it run for a while until the steamer pot water begins to boil).
23. Put the other end of the silicone tubing through the neck or arm hole into the sauna
24. Plug the ozone generator into the power supply.
25. Put a fan in front of the sauna.
26. Get undressed, put a bathrobe on while you wait for the water in the steamer pot to boil. Once the water starts boiling, put a mask on.
27. Turn the OFF lever on the external regulator down, the oxygen now flows into the regulator.
28. Adjust the flow to 1/2 LPM on the external regulator.
29. Select the desired ozone concentration, I choose 22 mcg/ml.
30. Turn the ozone generator on. Put the first dial to 5, the second to 2.
31. Turn the fan on and position it in a way that it will blow in your face once you sit in the sauna box.
32. Set the timer or put a clock in front of you to watch the time.
33. Step into the sauna and put a towel around your neck.
34. Zip yourself up.
35. Sit in the sauna for 30 minutes.
36. When you’re done, unzip yourself, and step out of the sauna.
37. Turn the fan off.
38. Turn off the ozone generator.
39. Turn off the oxygen concentrator.
40. Turn off the steamer pot.
41. Wipe everything dry.
42. Open the window to air out any excess ozone. Take a shower if you like.
This is the equipment I used in the pictures above:
2. Ozone generator: Promolife O3Elite Dual Cell ozone generator
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I’m Paola the Crazy Old Ozone Lady behind The Power of Ozone. I’m a licensed naturopathic practitioner, natural health consultant, ozone therapy enthusiast, researcher, and ozone therapy analyst. I hold certificates in ozone therapy, hyperbaric ozone applications, Oxyvenierung, and the Andrew Cutler chelation. I own several ozone generators including a German hyperbaric 10 Pass machine. I have been using ozone for over 13 years, I’ve chelated with the ACC program for close to 5 years and I’ve been carnivore for nearly 1.5 years. This website serves as a resource for those who are interested in ozone therapy and other approaches to successfully manage chronic conditions.
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