Hello, I've been on an upswing due to a mix of treatments, including Ozone--an oxygen therapy similar to hydrogen peroxide, but more gentle and immunosupportive (is that a word?). The IV tech infuses (diluted) ozone into my vein with a push syringe, like a Myer's push. I've experienced an immediate, noticeable benefit from only three treatments--a glutathione push (happened once), a myer's cocktail (happened once) and the Ozone (I often feel a bit high after treatment so it's hard to tell . I know it's contributing to my undramatic and slow overall improvement. I sense it's lightening my pathogenic load. Then a super smart CFS friend said ozone was dangerous; possible permanent lung damage. Wikipedia also mentions the lung danger. The FDA has a tight ban on ozone therapy, but it's widely practiced in Europe.... Please share your experiences with ozone.... Helped? Not helped? Harmed? Here's a link with the upsides--ozone as anti-viral, anti bacterial, anti fungal...increases tissue oxygenation, oxidizes and degrades petrochemicals, increases production of white blood cells (all claims I cannot prove) http://www.mold-survivor.com/ozone.html And then wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ozone_therapy Thanks. And yes, this is how I'm spending my Friday night. Oi. ME/CFS.