I’m Paola and I’m an ozone junkie.

Ozone is a pretty cool gas. It will kill every bacteria, virus, fungus, yet if kept at a low enough dosage it will be beneficial to humans. It’s used to disinfect water, treat cancer, auto-immune conditions, or make your refrigerator smell fresh.

Ozone is electrified oxygen. It naturally occurs in nature after lightning strikes or when oxygen is exposed to sunlight.

Ozone is beautiful, pure, simple.

Yet it can deliver a powerful punch if one doesn’t show it the respect it deserves.

I’m here to guide you through the process of buying the right ozone equipment, putting it together, and using it, and all that in a dummy proof step-by-step process. To help you not get punched in the face by ozone. Because it’s not fun when it happens. In my 11+ years of dealing with this gas I received a few blows and I learned how to dodge them. Now I’m here to show you how to stay in the safe o-zone.

And if after watching all the videos, reading all the information, and looking at the drawings, you still have doubts about how to use your machine, you can book a skype session with me and I will show you live how to make it work. So that you can also become an ozone junkie ;-).

If you’re a novice to home ozone treatments, I recommend reading the following links first:

What is ozone therapy?

How to protect yourself from breathing ozoneVERY IMPORTANT

How is ozone produced?

Connectors and tubings in ozone equipment

Once you got that covered, you have options. You can either pick from a list of ozone applications (hover over “Protocols” in the menu above) to learn about the various ways how to use ozone equipment at home, or you can go straight to the equipment section. There is more to come though, so stay tuned …

The idea for this website was born out of the many questions, ideas, and calls for simpler information, mostly from people in the Facebook group “Ozone to Health”. This is where I derive my ideas and inspiration from. I realized that there was a need for this kind of resource, so I decided to answer the call. The information presented here is born out of a dynamic process. The more feedback and questions you give, the better this page can serve people who are interested in taking their health into their own hands.

Let me know what you think.

Welcome to the o-zone!

Except for the Ozonette, none of the ozone generators presented on this website have been approved for medical purposes. Any application of the machines for other than water purification is at the sole risk of the user.

Legal Disclaimer

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. Since every person is unique, we highly recommend you to consult with your licensed health care practitioner about the use of ozone products in your particular situation. 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.


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    • paola d

      Hi glen,
      no sorry, I’ve never used Brown gas.
      I know nothing about it.

  1. glen

    Look into would love to know your opinion on it.

  2. Sergio

    Hi paola where can i buy an iv ozone machine do i can put shots and iv on myself .do they sell tjose if ur not a doctor or nurse.i live in pasadena tx.

    • paola d

      Hi Sergio, many doctors use the machines presented here https://thepowerofozone.com/equipment/ozone-generators/ for IVs (except the first one, the Stratus 2.0). Those are all non-medical machines. They’re officially water purifiers. So if you decide to use them for other purposes than water purification, you’ll do so on your own risk …

    • John Seward

      IV surely should only be undertaken by a qualified Medic with many years experience in IV O3 administration and in a setting where any unwanted sequelae can be adequately dealt with, it should not be used by lay people in my opinion.

  3. mozart

    how can anyone without medical license make use of ozone? I dont have license to buy oxygen tank

    is there a way around this? i just want to ozonate water.

    • paola d

      Hi mozart,
      in most places one does not need a medical license to buy an oxygen tank or an oxygen concentrator.
      Where are you located?

  4. Sarah

    Hi there! Is there any precautions with ozone therapy and pregnancy? I normally do one infusion of major autohemotherapy a week but since I have learned that I am pregnant Im not sure if there is research that shows its okay to do while pregnant. Thank you

    • paola d

      Hi Sarah,
      I would not continue ozone therapy while being pregnant.

  5. Sergio

    Hey Paula! Thanks for making available the content on this site. This is very useful for all!!!

    • paola d

      Thank you, Sergio!

  6. Rendi

    hi paola im happy to read all the things you made in your blog. i know many sources say this and that about ozone, but you are descibe all the things from your journey in ozone.

    anyway, i have seen that you are the one who use EBOO method to use ozone. i have read from some place regarding madrid declaration that EBOO is an old school mechanism to use ozone.

    I’m not a doctor, but since we are a same junkie, i need to know from your perception about EBOO and Ozonosan technology in ozone.

    I hope you had a time to reply this.

    Thank you

    • paola d

      Hi Rendi,
      I have never had EBOO performed on myself. Maybe you mean something else?
      I also have no experience with Ozonosan except for a workshop I attended where it was demonstrated.


  7. Hakimeh

    Iam an ms patient can ozone help me?

    • paola d

      Hi Hakimeh,

      yes, ozone could potentially be of great help in managing MS symptoms.


  8. Fred

    Hi Paola. Really like your videos and website. When you did the ozonated saline IV in Russia.

    1. How many ml saline did they use?
    2. How long did they ozonate the saline before starting the IV?
    3. How long to complete the saline IV session?
    4. You mention it was between 1 to 2 mg/ml. Do you think is possible to use between 3 – 4 mg/ml for saline IV?

    Thank you so very much ahead of time.


    • paola d

      Hi Fred,

      1. They used 250 ml saline if I recall correctly.
      2. They didn’t, or maybe just for some moments, just as long as it took to finish setting up the equipment. The saline was basically being ozonated during the IV.
      3. I don’t recall, but it wasn’t long. Maybe 10 min?
      4. Yes, I think so. I think 1 to 2 mcg/ml is too low. Apparently, practitioners in the West use much higher concentrations with good effect.


  9. Glenn Bryant

    Hello Paola,
    I’ve recently started the ozonated oil breathing and ozonated water protocols. I’m happy to report I am enjoying good results. I am interested in adding an iodine supplement and wanted to be sure there would be no conflict with the ozone protocols…

    this is the iodine supplement I plan on using…
    Detoxadine Certified Organic Premium Nascent Iodine Supplement by Global Healing Center – Deep-Earth Sourced Nano-Colloidal | Supports & Detoxifies Thyroid

    Thank you,

    • paola d

      Hi Glenn,
      I am not sure.
      If I had to guess, I would say it should be fine …
      But I would not take too much of it.
      500mcg per day should be plenty, or at least that’s what Andrew Cutler used to recommend.


  10. Mike

    Hi Paola,

    I always thought that Vit C was a pro-oxidant at high/mega doses, especially given IV. However, I’m reading Primal Panacea, and the author says Vit C is always an antioxidant, regardless of the dose. I’m wondering, if high dose Vit C is an antioxidant, do ozone and Vit C cancel each other since, if I’m correct, ozone is a pro-oxidant.


    • paola d

      Hi Mike,

      it appears that Vit C in high doses is in fact a pro-oxidant which stimulates the production of hydrogen peroxide, H2O2, which is probably what gives it its anti-cancer properties.

      Still, what one observes is that people who overdose on ozone when they’re given Vit C right away, it immediately cancels out the adverse reaction to ozone, which leads to the conclusion that Vit C does indeed cancel ozone out. For that reason, I personally would space Vit C and ozone out by several hours.



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