OZONATED WATER

by | Mar 26, 2019 | 76 comments

 

WHAT IS OZONATED WATER?

Ozonated water is ozone gas dissolved in water. When ozone is bubbled through water it is able to be temporarily suspended among the water molecules. The colder and the purer water is, the more ozone it can absorb and the longer it can hold the ozone concentration. Drinking ozonated water is a great way to supply ozone to the upper gastrointestinal tract.

 

WHAT EQUIPMENT DO YOU NEED?

Here is what you need in order to ozonate water with an oxygen fed ozone generator and an oxygen concentrator (for the oxygen tank option, scroll down):

1. Oxygen source (tank or concentrator) with a pediatric regulator

2. Ozone generator

3. Trap

4. Beaker (or humidifier), preferably with an attached destructor

A O3 water setup with a refurbished Respironics Everflo oxygen concentrator, an external low flow regulator, an ozone generator, a trap and a water bubbler or beaker with a destructor attached to it. Placing the water bubbler with the water well below the ozone generator is an extra precaution against backflowing water which could damage the generator. 

1. Oxygen source:

Either an oxygen tank or an oxygen concentrator can be used which produces oxygen of at least 90% purity. Make sure your oxygen source comes with a low flow regulator. For a concentrator you will need an external low flow regulator. For a tank, you’ll need either a CGA 540 or a CGA 870 regulator.

2. Ozone generator:

Ideally, you’ll want an oxygen fed ozone generator. Most of the recommended generators on this page will do the job. The higher the maximum output of the generator, the stronger you can make your ozonated water. I suggest not to exceed concentrations of 100 to 120 mcg/ml.

3. Trap:

serves to prevent water from flowing back into the generator and damaging it. It’s essentially a small empty humidifier. When setting up your equipment, make sure you connect the tubing the right way. The line which transports ozone from the generator should connect to the “in” port on the trap which is the one connecting to the stem. The outflow of the trap is then connected to the beaker with the water.

4. Beaker or water bubbler:

This is where you pour the water in. Typically water bubblers have a small stone attached to their stem. When you pour water into the beaker, make sure that stone is covered. Instead of a beaker can use any type of humidifier, gas washing bottle, or simply an empty glass bottle, just make sure you protect yourself from the escaping ozone gas.

metal modified stethoscope

A trap to collect backflowing water and to protect the ozone generator. Make sure you connect it with the other equipment in the correct order. A more affordable way is to buy a gas washing bottle on amazon but you will likely need different sized silicone tubing. 

Teflon modified stethoscope

Above you see a 2,000 ml beaker or water bubbler from Promolife with an attached destructor. A destructor is very convenient. That way there is no ozone escaping into the room. You can also use any other glass ware like an old and clean glass bottle. Just make sure you leave the room while the ozone generator is on. 

ALTERNATIVE SETUP WITH AN OXYGEN TANK AND A CHECK VALVE

An alternative set-up for ozonating water with an oxygen tank and a check valve instead of a trap to protect the generator. One of the best solutions for oxygen tanks are the pre-filled cylinders

Teflon modified stethoscope

A check valve prevents water from flowing back through the tubing. 

 

HOW TO MAKE OZONATED WATER?

1. Plug the oxygen source (if it’s a concentrator) and the ozone generator into the power supply. Connect everything as shown in the pictures above. If you’re using a trap: make sure it’s in the correct order: the stem of the trap should be connected to the ozone output of the ozone generator.

2. Pour water into the beaker.

3. Open or turn on the oxygen source. If it’s a tank: open the valve of the tank and the regulator to a low flow of 1/8 LPM. If it’s an oxygen concentrator: let the machine warm up for a few minutes, then adjust the external regulator to 1/8 LPM.

4. Set the ozone generator to the maximum ozone concentration. I suggest not to go higher than 100 mcg/ml.

5. If the beaker has an attached destructor, you don’t need to do anything further. Just wait until the water is done. If you’re using an open bottle to ozonate the water, leave the room as long as the ozone generator is running.

6. Once the water is done, turn everything off. Drink the ozonated water as soon as possible. The longer you wait, the more ozone the water will lose. Hold your breath while drinking in order to prevent breathing in ozone gas.

 

FAQ

1. What type of water is the best for ozonating? 

If one wants to maximize the ozone retention and duration of the retention, the best water to ozonate is poor in minerals, cold, and acidic. So refrigerated distilled or reverse osmosis filtered water is ideal. The more minerals water contains, the less ozone it retains and the faster it loses the ozone charge. [Source]2. Can I make a larger batch of ozonated water, put it in the fridge, and drink it later?

You can, but keep in mind that even distilled water of 5 º C (41º F) loses more than half of its original ozone charge within 1 hour. So keeping ozonated water in the fridge will not prevent it from losing ozone, it will only slow it down somewhat. [Source]. Best is to ozonate water right before drinking it.

3. Can I ozonate alkaline water?

The more alkaline water is, the less ozone it retains and for a shorter amount of time. [Source] So, alkaline water is not ideal for water ozonation.

4. Do I need to buy an expensive oxygen fed ozone generator just to ozonate water?

No, you don’t. If all you want to do is ozonate your drinking water or wash your foods, this type of inexpensive air fed ozonator should work just fine.

5. Can I just ozonate my tap water and drink it? Won’t ozone remove all the bad stuff and make it super pure?

It’s not recommended to ozonate tap water, since tap water can contain bromide which through ozonation can turn into bromate, which is a known carcinogen [Source]. It’s better to use mineral water, but best to take either distilled or reverse osmosis filtered water.

6. I drank some ozonated water and now I experience bloating, cramps, and nausea. Why is that? I thought ozonated water is supposed to help with digestion. 

Ozonated water can react with undigested food in your digestive tract. That’s why it should only be drunk on an empty stomach, or 3 hours after eating. Wait 20 minutes after drinking ozonated water before you eat something again. That way you prevent bloating and cramping.

7. Do I need a fancy water bubbler for $150 in order to ozonate some water? I mean, that’s crazy. 

No, you don’t need a fancy water bubbler at all. You can just take any glass ware, either bottle, beaker, or even just a glass, dip the ozone output hose into the water and run some ozone through. The drawback is that there will be a lot of ozone gas escaping while you do that and you should avoid breathing it in. So either do it outside, leave the room, or put a mask on which will filter out ozone, if you chose to stay in the room.

8. Do I need a special stone for ozonating water?

No, you don’t need a stone. You can just directly dip the silicone output hose into the water. The stone is supposed to make smaller bubbles and so make sure that more ozone is dissolved in the water better. I have found though that it also works perfectly fine without any stone. You may need to ozonate your water for a bit longer, but it works.

9. How much ozonated water do I have to drink in order to get rid of Lyme disease?

Lyme disease tends to be a systemic infection which also requires systemic treatments. Drinking ozonated water is not a strong systemic treatment. It’s mostly a local treatment of the digestive tract, although if done in sufficiently large amounts and by very sensitive people there may be some small systemic effect. In order to treat Lyme disease effectively a more intensive approach may be necessary with intravenous ozone or ozone saunas, additional insufflations, and possibly other interventions. It’s unlikely that drinking ozonated water alone will eradicate the infection, although it may help with some symptoms to a smaller degree.

 

RISKS AND HOW TO AVOID THEM

Risks of drinking ozonated water:
  • accidentally breathe in the outgassing ozone (which escapes the water and collects on the surface)
  • painful abdominal bloating and gas when the ozone water reacts with food in the intestines
Solution:
  • hold your breath while drinking ozonated water
  • blow away the excess ozone on the surface before drinking
  • wait 3 hours after your last meal before drinking ozonated water.
  • after having ingested ozonated water, wait at least 15 minutes before you eat or drink anything
  • do not put anything else in the water. Just use pure water. Preferably mineral or reverse osmosis filtered water. Distilled water is fine as long as you supplement with minerals afterwards. Adding salt is ok, too. 

 

CONTRAINDICATIONS

– transplanted organs

– untreated hyperthyroidism

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Information provided is for informational purposes only and is not a substitute for professional medical advice. No health claims for these products or diagnostic tools have been evaluated by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA), nor has the FDA nor any other medical authority approved these products to diagnose, cure, or prevent disease. Neither The Power of Ozone nor the manufacturers of these items are responsible for the misuse of this equipment. It is highly advised to receive professional council from a licensed doctor before using ozone therapy or any of the mentioned products or tests on yourself.

76 Comments

  1. Harold

    Do you see any value in using ozonated water as an enema following a coffee enema for detox purposes? Using 3 cups of saturated O3 water.

    Reply
    • paola d

      Hi Harold,
      I would do it the other way around: firs the enema with ozonated water, then a coffee enema. You want to prevent any ozone from reacting with coffee remnants.

      Reply
      • ron

        so I should not mix the coffee and ozone enama ?

      • Paola Dziwetzki

        Hi ron,

        I advise against mixing coffee with ozonated water.
        The coffee would neutralize all the ozone and create undesired byproducts which could lead to bloating, cramps, and pain.

        Best,

    • Biliana

      Hello Paula, i am too uncomfortable to drink ozonated distilled water if I am to drink litres of it daily, as distilled water is a chelator. What kind of mineral water do you recommend, so i get to buy something of a similar kind? I reside in UK.
      Thank you very much in advance,

      Best wishers,

      Xxxx

      Reply
      • Paola Dziwetzki

        Hi Biliana,

        the second best to distilled is reverse osmosis filtered water. It still retains some minerals.

        If you want to use mineral water, I suggest to get one with the least minerals. Read the labels and compare.

        Best,

  2. Chris

    I have a ozone generator that puts out 500mg/ hr how long should I ozonate 500ml of water?

    Reply
    • paola d

      Hi Chris,

      ozonate it for around 15 to 20 min. Make sure to leave the room while the machine runs.

      Best,

      Reply
  3. Brando

    Hi I hope you can help, my Ozone generator put out 8000mg hr I do have a Ozone Destructor from promolife. I use a Oxygen concentrator as well 5LPM is this to much Ozone? I cant convert Grams To Micrograms, well I have found a converter but I don’t understand the answer 8e+6. how can I compare this to Promolifes Generator at •Ozone output up to 110 Ug/ml (gammas) I’m lost,thanks for any help.

    Reply
    • paola d

      Hi Brando,

      this is definitely too much ozone.

      Your machine is not intended for personal use but most likely either for a swimming pool or to remediate homes. You should not be anywhere near it when it is on.

      Best,

      Reply
  4. Donna

    Thank you very much for this info! An 8oz glass of ozonated water lasts only 20 minutes if left standing, but after it’s ingested, how long does it take for it to do its job? I take Pine essential oil for 3 days in a row and then take a few days off. Should ozonated water be avoided on the days I’m using Pine essential oil?

    Reply
    • paola d

      Hi Donna,

      I feel the effect of drinking ozonated water up to an hour or longer …

      I would space the O3 water and the pine oil by a few hours, then you are likely on the safe side.

      Best,

      Reply
    • beverlyannsjoblom@yahoo.com

      Hi Donna, I’ve ordered my turpinetine oil (pine oil) –the one jennifer daniels MD recommends, and plan to use it along with ozone water. I agree to take them at separate times.

      Reply
  5. Chris Crane

    Hi Paola,

    I think I may try one of the inexpensive air fed ozonators from Amazon for ozonating water as you’ve suggested above. The company that sells the most popular of these units (one with a diffuser stone) shows customers standing over or next to the water while it’s being ozonated. If I read you correctly above, this isn’t safe. Am I correct in assuming that when one of the air fed units is on, I would need to leave the room? If so, for how long? Second, it’s not clear to me from what I’ve read above that the O3 Elite Single Stage, which I will likely be buying for insufflation, is powerful enough to ozonate water. Am I right?

    Thanks for all the great information here,

    Reply
    • paola d

      Hi Chris,

      Yes, I recommend to leave the room for as long as the ozonator runs. Unless you use a water beaker with an attached destructor, then you don’t need to leave the room.

      Yes, the Single Stage is powerful enough to ozonate water, but you will not be able to reach as high ozone concentrations as with the Double Cell. But you might not need to get as high.

      Best,

      Reply
  6. Kelly Langham

    Hi Brando,
    After making ozone water can you store it for a few days or should you drink it straight away as it looses its ozone.

    Do you recommend only having one 250 ml glass in the morning as I’m using it as well as other alternatives to treat stage 4 lung cancer.

    Reply
    • paola d

      Hi Kelly,
      yes, you should ideally drink it right away.
      It will store in the fridge for some time but not at the same potency as when it was freshly prepared.
      One can drink 4 to 6 glasses per day or more.
      I would also consider doing BOO–breathing Ozonated Oil.
      Also find a practitioner who offers ozone IVs.

      Best,

      Reply
      • Chris

        Hey Paola, thanks for all the information.

        I have one question. My ozone generator puts out 47 gamma for 1/8 LPM from an oxygen tank. How long should I let it run for ozonating water to drink, I believe my glass bubble is 1 quart.

        Thanks!

      • Paola Dziwetzki

        Hi Chris,

        I’d give it 20 min.

        Best,

  7. Cezary

    Could you recommend a. Budget air fed water ozonator from amazon.co.uk in UK? Thank you.

    Reply
    • paola d

      Hi Cezary,

      this one is ok. But it tends not to last very long. A few months in my experience.

      Best,

      Reply
  8. Damian

    What would cause purified water to turn a bluish hue in color when ozonating water?

    Reply
    • paola d

      Hi Damian,

      I have no idea …
      Are you sure it was the water and not a reflection of some blue surface nearby?

      Best,

      Reply
    • beverlyannsjoblom@yahoo.com

      Are you using the blue bubbler stone. Those are made in China and not recommended for ozone water making.

      Reply
  9. Jas

    What if i prefer to ozonate 1 gallon of water, what will happen if i did not consume all the ozonated water? Is it still safe to drink? is it true that ozonizer produce alkaline water? Thank you

    Reply
    • paola d

      Hi Jas,

      see my previous answers. I hope I covered all your questions?

      Best,

      Reply
    • Mark

      What short and long term effects have you experienced from drinking ozonated water?

      Reply
  10. Jas

    Hi Paola ,
    I’m new to ozone therapy, i bought this ozonizer generator and have read different opinions from different websites..So my questions are:
    1. What if i ozonated water and im not able to drink it all, is it still safe to drink?
    2. so after 30 mins the effectivity of ozone is half life and after 2 hours is gone , so what is the state of water? is it remained alkaline?
    3. What will happen to the body if i drink ozonated water after every eating?
    4.Is it true that i can stock ozonated water for a weeks to a month? is it still pure?

    sorry for many questions.
    Thank you

    Reply
    • paola d

      Hi Jas,

      1. Yes, of course. Many bottled mineral waters are ozonated before they are bottled.
      2. After all the ozone is gone, you simply have ultra purified water, that’s all. Ozonation does not change the pH of the water, but the pH determines how for how long the water can hold the ozone.
      3. You should not drink ozonated water after food, but around 15 before. You should wait a good 3 hours after you have eaten, before you drink the water.
      4. Yes, you can stock it in the fridge, but it will keep losing the ozone. It will remain pure, yes. Unless it is re-contaminated.

      Best,

      Reply
  11. Steph

    Can I use filtered water from my fridge to make ozone water?

    Thanks

    Reply
    • paola d

      Hi Steph,

      I hope so. You may want to check if it filters bromides. If it does, it should be fine.

      Best,

      Reply
  12. beverlyannsjoblom@yahoo.com

    Hi Paola, thank you for what you do. I’m a huge ozone user as well (love Toby at Promolife) and have learned a lot from you. I’m on a water fast “water only” and have been using ozone water for a couple of days as mouthwash since nothing is allowed in the mouth which could stimulate digestion (not even salt water). Do you think if I DRANK or or even SWOLLOWED some ozone water it would stimulate digestion? I want to stay away from stimulating digestion for stimulation prolongs the hunger pangs and other issues.

    Reply
    • paola d

      Hi Beverly,

      I strongly discourage you to drink ozonated water while on a water fast.
      It could spur on your metabolism and trigger a hypoglycemic episode.

      Best,

      Reply
  13. beverlyannsjoblom@yahoo.com

    Thank you!

    Reply
  14. Giselle

    I have to take some supplements (like pancreatic enzymes) on an empty stomach. Is it okay to do it with the ozone water?

    Reply
    • Paola Dziwetzki

      Hi Giselle,

      no, wait 20 minutes after drinking the ozonated water before you take the enzymes.

      Best,

      Reply
  15. Sam George

    Hi,
    I had chronic physical and brain fatigue features.
    Like turning off a light switch, normalcy restored after drinking ozone water using air fed Ozonator from Amazon. I could not believe this. 30 years of suffering and worsening went off. This needs to be part of mainstream medicine.
    I am so thankful to the people, who have shared their experience for others to benefit.

    Reply
    • Paola Dziwetzki

      Hi Sam,

      great to hear about your experience!

      Best,

      Reply
    • Student-Of-Life

      That’s awesome! Thanks for sharing. Sounds like this has potential for helping many others as well.

      I’ve heard similar stories from several others including curing RH arthritis Lyme etc or at least putting it in remission. Many did it w just water & cheap O3 units, which is great?

      I have similar issues, but reversed many w other methods. I haven’t been using O3 that long and haven’t tried 03 water yet.

      How long did it take in ur case? How much did u use and how often?

      Reply
  16. Bill Chesterton

    Hello Paola,
    Thank you for the good work you do and all the awesome information you provide!!!
    I am using the various ozone modalities to maintain good health (although I did get great remedial benefit to my knees via ozone injections to the knees.)
    On the point of drinking ozonated water I am limiting myself to one glass only (daily) due to my fear of damaging my good gut bacteria. This subject most people seem to avoid, please can you comment! Some people recommend drinking two liters in one go, does this not risk putting the good gut bacteria at risk?

    Reply
    • Paola Dziwetzki

      Hi Bill,

      you can’t damage your gut biome by drinking ozonated water since there are no gut bacteria in the small intestine. But that’s where the ozonated water lands after you drink it.

      All the good gut bacteria reside in the large intestine. It’s unlikely that the ozonated water would reach that part, and if it did then at that point it wouldn’t be ozonated anymore but will have reacted with the liters of secretions of the small intestine on its way to the large intestine.

      So, chug away!

      Best,

      Best,

      Reply
      • Bill

        Thank you Paola,
        I suspected that so thanks for the confirmation. And if I recall biology the small intestine is about 2m long so that is a significant buffer.
        And I guess the answer to the rectal insufflation is that the ozone does not get high enough in the large intestine to monkey with the majority of the good bacteria.?
        I was rummaging around on the internet and found one research article that demonstrates that ozonated water to drink and rectal insufflation bring the gut biome into a healthy balanced condition where it started off unbalanced – the paper is a bit above me but you may find it useful.
        https://www.researchgate.net/publication/326372120_The_use_of_ozonated_water_and_rectal_insufflation_in_patients_with_intestinal_dysbiosis/link/5b48c12a0f7e9b4637d5ce8c/download
        Again many thanks

      • Paola Dziwetzki

        Hi Bill,

        in humans the small intestine is 6 to 7 m long, or around 20 feet.
        The large intestine is around 1.5 m long, or around 5 feet.

        If you’re worried that RI could damage the gut biome – I believe this is a valid concern especially the higher the ozone concentration and the larger the ozone volume is that one uses. This is why I suggest to not go above 200 ml.

        The study you posted did NOT look at the gut biome. They did not examine the gut bacteria prior nor post ozone administration. This becomes clear when you read the whole text.
        What they looked at were symptoms like bloating, pain, gas etc. which they ASSUMED were because of a disturbed gut biome without having verified or falsified that assumption.

        The improvement in symptoms and digestion could have been because of improved intestinal peristalsis or blood circulation. It’s possible the RI DID harm the gut biome of the study participants but that other positive effects of the ozone overrode the negative ones. We don’t know since, as mentioned, they didn’t check the gut biome.

        Best,

  17. Brian Maltby

    Alright, I’ll bite…

    Supposedly, ozone therapy helps to reset an overactive immune system…

    Everything on the net, that I’ve come across, states that hyperthyroidism (or Grave’s disease, etc) is a contraindication to using ozone therapy, and seems to be that copy and paste that is so prevalent in articles from different sources; however, NOBODY gives supporting information about why this is so – especially since one of the benefits of O3 therapy is supposed to be a normalizing of the immune system which is what hyperthyroidism is – an attack on the thyroid by an overactive immune system – it would seem that O3 therapy should be beneficial and not a contraindication.

    What are your thoughts or have you come across any supporting information for the contraindication indicated in this article (and others) about hyperthyroidism being a contraindication?

    Reply
    • Paola Dziwetzki

      Hi Brian,

      I can only repeat what I’ve been taught during my certification course as an ozone therapist: that patients with an overactive thyroid which is NOT well controlled by medication (meaning if the patient is not taking any meds, or if he does but he doesn’t respond well to them) should be watched carefully when doing ozone therapy. So they can still do it, but they should start very low and observe the response closely. The reason for this being is that ozone apparently can stimulate the production of hormones. So this could lead to a hyperthyroid crisis.

      Best,

      Reply
      • Brian

        Thank you Paola,

        Except for your response, I haven’t been able to find anything, anywhere.

        So, the thought is that ozone may cause an increase in thyroid hormones (as well as others) and could possibly cause a thyroid storm? Have you seen (outside of your certification course) any supporting documentation, studies etc? My assumption was that it could cause an increase in heartbeat or affect rhythm, which is uncontrollably fast (when condition is not under control and is one of the defining characteristics of hyperT) and could result in heart failure, seizure, or faintish.

        I find that the prevailing behavior, of both allopaths and alternative practitioners, is to recommend against any non-pharma, surgical or generic “accepted practices” – assumably due to liability issues and FDA interventions as well as plain old ignorance – and therefore, cannot rely on them (if one could afford it in the clinical setting) for “experimental” procedures.

      • Paola Dziwetzki

        Hi Brian,

        no, I haven’t seen anything else, no studies, and I have never heard of anyone going through a hyperthyroid crisis due to ozone. It’s possible that this is more of a theoretical warning without there being any real life cases to support it.

        “I find that the prevailing behavior, of both allopaths and alternative practitioners, is to recommend against any non-pharma, surgical or generic “accepted practices” ” – I’m not quite sure I understand: are you saying that you see both allopaths and alternative practitioners recommend against surgical or accepted practices? Not sure I can agree to this, certainly not when it comes to allopaths?

        But both sides have certainly their biases.

        Best,

      • Brian

        No…I was saying that they tend to refuse to accept that there may be alternatives to “standard care”, such as ozone therapy. While some alternative practitioners may embrace new theories or procedures, they tend to, en masse, quantify it with a disclaimer such as: “you need to check with your regular medical doctor” etc…with the allopath response almost always being to reject the procedure UNLESS it is “standard of care” ie: such as surgical or pharmacological in nature.

        I appreciate your candor and I will go with your thought of, “…possible…this is more of a theoretical warning without there being any real life cases to support it”…

        Thank you, Paola

      • Paola Dziwetzki

        I guess both sides are trying to cover their asses, which is understandable.

        Best,

      • Brian

        I see what you mean…I left off the negatives. It should have said,

        “…is to recommend against any non: pharma, surgical or generic “accepted practices”.
        or
        “…is to recommend against any non-pharma, or non-surgical, or not considered a generic accepted practice…”

        Oops…my bad : )

  18. Bob

    Might this cure my STI? My penis is burning. If so, how much should I drink?

    Reply
    • Paola Dziwetzki

      Hi Bob,

      I’d rather do ozone saunas with cupping, and penile insufflations.
      If you can add ozone IVs at your doc’s, do that too.
      Drinking ozonated water may not be the best approach here, but if you want to give it a try, drink 4 to 6 glasses per day.

      Best,

      Reply
      • Bob

        thanks Paola. What do you think of bladder irrigation with ozone water? i found a case study of a woman who cleared a UTI this way. would that work as well as penile insufflations? i am having trouble finding a clinic near me that can do all these things. 🙁

      • Paola Dziwetzki

        HI Bob,
        if with bladder irrigation you mean injecting ozonated water into your bladder instead of gas, yes, that could help, too.

        Just make sure to use a higher ozone concentration that you would usually, since only a fraction of the ozone stays in the water.

        I’d use O3 concentrations of 70 to 80mcg/ml to treat the water, possibly more, depending on your response.

        Best,

      • Bob

        Hi Paula,

        thank you for your help. sorry but just one last question. what would the benefit of cupping be vs regular sauna? either way, it would get inside right? just wondering because i think most clinics offer saunas but not cupping service.

      • Paola Dziwetzki

        Hi Bob,
        cupping is an ozone application. It’s best done in an ozone sauna.
        I don’t know how to compare ozone cupping with a regular sauna. I doubt regular saunas would be of any benefit for your condition.

        Cupping is a topical ozone application that can penetrate the skin and have profound systemic and local effects.

        You could also do soaking baths with 2 to 3 cups of 30% H2O2. That would have a similar effect like ozone saunas.

        Best,

  19. Ray Dean

    Hi Paola,
    I have ongoing Eustachian tube /Sinus issues due barotrauma.Would ozonated water sinus irrigation be a viable option.

    Reply
    • Paola Dziwetzki

      Hi Ray Dean,

      it appears that barotrauma is due to a mechanical issue? If so, I doubt ozone would help … but you can try it.

      If you found this information helpful, please consider contributing to my campaign: https://thepowerofozone.com/ama

      Best,

      Reply
  20. Jojo

    Does drinking ozonated water help with SIBO? How often and what doses would you recommend?

    Reply
    • Paola Dziwetzki

      Hi Jojo,

      I would recommend 2 to 4 glasses per day, daily. Together with Oxypowder which you can get here: https://amzn.to/2PcA8kR
      Make sure you drink the water on an empty stomach or give it at least 3 hours time after eating something. After drinking the water, wait 45 min (I originally suggested less time, but I think it’s better to wait longer to allow the stomach acid to go back to normal).

      There are no studies which show the efficacy of this for SIBO, but I think it’s worth a try. I have reason to believe that I had a mild form of SIBO or h. pylori infection and those two options helped resolve some issues. There can be die-off reactions though!

      If you found this information helpful, please consider contributing to my campaign: https://thepowerofozone.com/ama

      Best,

      Reply
  21. Sharon

    Hi Paola,

    1, Since I want to drink several glasses of ozonated water throughout the day, and drink them right after ozonating, can I re-ozonate what is in the bubbler right before I drink a subsequent glass? This way I can fill up enough water to cover the bubbler even though I’m not drinking it all. (I was told by promolife to set my reg to 1/8 and go maximum, which on my Dual machine gives me 75 gamma.)

    2. Can I do an ear insufflation while I’m creating the ozonated water? That would mean an ear insufflation of 75 gamma, unless I turn it down to 24 during the ear insufflation and then turn it back up. Similarly, can I do a humidified nasal insufflation during?

    3. Can I use the water for anything else? Rinsing my face, body?

    4. Can my cats drink the water?

    Reply
    • Paola Dziwetzki

      Hi Sharon,

      1. you HAVE to re-ozonate the water. Otherwise it won’t contain much ozone. If I’m understanding correctly, then what you’re doing is: ozonating a big batch of water in the morning and then drinking it throughout the day, yes? If so, what you drink several hours after the ozonation won’t contain much ozone. So you have to make the batch new each time. If that means having to add more water for it to cover the bubbler stone, then that’s what you have to do. You can leave the water that you won’t be able to finish for the next day and re-ozonate it then. 1/8 LPM and max ozone concentration – those are good settings.

      2. Rather turn the O3 concentration down during the EI. But yes, you can do multiple ozone treatments at the same time including NI, if it makes you feel better. That’s the ultimate gauge: if you benefit from it, keep doing. Otherwise stop.

      3. Sure.

      4. I can imagine they won’t drink it voluntarily … but if they do, it won’t hurt them.

      If you’d like to express your appreciation, feel free to donate to my campaign: https://thepowerofozone.com/ask-me-anything

      Best,

      Reply
  22. Kia

    Thanks Paolo for this great information.

    I love your opinion regarding using inexpensive machines that do not have direct oxygen feed, for ozonating water. Is there a concern about producing nitrous oxide gas (due to nitrogen in the air) when using such machines? Is there a concern about ingesting this gas at all?

    Really appreciate your perspectives on this.

    Tnx.

    Reply
  23. Peter

    Have you had any experience with ozonated saline for eye drops?

    Reply
    • Paola Dziwetzki

      Hi Peter,
      no, no personal experience.
      Best,

      Reply
  24. Sharon

    Thank you so much Paola I have just learnt so much on this page and through these comments.??♥️

    Reply
    • Paola Dziwetzki

      Hi Sharon,
      great to hear!

      Reply
    • Paola Dziwetzki

      Hi Franco,

      if the company knows how much the machine puts out with pure oxygen, then they should have a chart with oxygen flows and the resulting ozone concentration.

      This is something that can not be calculated without knowing the flow.

      It can be only measured. The company needs to provide you with this information.

      Best,

      Reply
      • Franco

        Thanks, Paola!

        Ozonated water or oil is measured by weight in grams per hour (g/hr) or milligrams per hour (mg/hr) from what I read, but I need to convert to micrograms per milliliter (gamma #), do you know of a conversion table or links or references, etc?

        Thanks,

      • Paola Dziwetzki

        Hi Franco,

        the ozone output in air fed ozone generators is measured in g/hr or mg/hr.

        This cannot be converted, it can only be measured and it’s something that can either be supplied by the manufacturer of the ozone generator, or not at all.

        I explain in this video: https://odysee.com/@thepowerofozone:f/crazy-ozone-lady-answers-questions-3-how:c

        Best,

  25. Carrie

    Hello!
    Thank you for this article. I started drinking ozanated water and my throat became sore and scratchy, is this ok?

    Reply
    • Paola Dziwetzki

      Hi Carrie,

      this sounds like you may have breathed in some ozone while drinking the water.

      Always make sure to take a deep breath first and hold it while drinking it.

      Start taking lots of vitamin C, this may help.

      Best,

      Reply
  26. ANDI

    HI PAOLA

    I wonder if one has composite resin tooth filling, will the ozone in ozonated water oxidise the tooth filling ?

    Thanks

    Reply
    • Paola Dziwetzki

      Hi Andi,

      I don’t think so. I have a whole bunch of composite fillings and I’ve drunk tons of ozonated water in my life, and so far I have not lost any of the fillings …

      Best,

      Reply

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