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Ozone therapy at home

Discussion in 'Alternative Therapies' started by fireflymd, Apr 14, 2017.

  1. fireflymd

    fireflymd Senior Member

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    Anyone here doing ozone therapy at home?

    My doc recommended IV ozone therapy or UVBI but I have been unable to find someone near me who does either therapy.

    I have read about doing insufflation with ozone.

    If you are doing this, which machine did you purchase?
     
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  2. Colin

    Colin

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    I use the Synergy WPS-100 at home. It goes for $500 and a uses cold corona discharge whereas other $2-3k units use plasma. I mostly do rectal insufflation and occasionally saunas with a simple foldable sauna that my head pops out of. I have not been doing it very long but what I gather is that you need to do it pretty regularly as in 4-7 days a week for awhile to have a benefit.
     
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